Danger Days, Chapter 1“Up, Up, Up!” Party Poison shouted, moving through the diner, poking his head into the makeshift bedrooms, rousing everyone inside. “Come on guys, if we’re gonna make it out to that outpost before any of the gangs do, we gotta move now!” Fun Ghoul shouted profanities from his room, and Poison simply chuckled to himself as he made his way to The Girl’s room. She was lying on her side, blinking into the sunlight streaming through the window.“Oh good, you’re awake! Time to get moving!”She giggled and sat up. “Yeah I know, I heard you yelling at everyone.”Poison laughed in reply, leaving to return to his and Kobra Kid’s shared bedroom. Kobra, as usual, was still sound asleep. Poison sighed, made his way over to the bed and, getting a devious grin on his face, knelt next to the head of Kobra’s mattress, licked his pinky finger, and stuck it into Kobra’s ear. He jolted awake, his legs flailing and kicking
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When they know- One -APH-Frankly, he was a beautiful, beautiful man. She couldn't help but sigh as she stared at his amazing blonde locks swaying ever so gently in the wind, that little cowlick always sticking straight up.Honestly
he wasn't the sharpest tool in the shed; at least he had never been whenever she talked to him, which luckily was almost daily. But he had such an infectious energy that just swirled around him. When he was excited about something, be it politics or hamburgers, he would just talk. Just talk and talk with his beautiful melodious voice, entrapping those around him in the excitement as well.She sighed. He was the only reason she kept insisting on morning shifts, and since the morning shift required her to wake up five in the morning to open up shop at seven, people were more than willing to allow her to take the job if it made her happy. And oh, she was very happy about it.Breaking her thoughts was the light jingle of the door opening. It had been slow that morning- as per usua