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933892 No. 933892 ID: f7fe08

Congratulations young lady, and welcome to the Cherub Safety scouts. A thrilling summer ripe with science, fun, and most importantly safety awaits you here in Cerebrum City.
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No. 947250 ID: e51896

Bonnie was so sleep deprived, she doesn't remember meeting Molly at all. "Hi, I don't think we've met before and this is the first time I've seen you. I'm Bonnie!"
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No. 947252 ID: 1ed92d

>>947216
Say hi to Mildred, apologize for making a bad impression last night.

Talk slow, she already hates your guts, but you want to publicly get the moral high ground in being socially attacked immediately after your introduction. This will gain public sympathy and taint Mildred's attempts to spread poisonous rumors.

...I mean, she might be nice to you if you apologize as well, but you know what they say about pessimism: It means you'll always be pleasantly surprised if things DON'T go the worst possible way.
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No. 947262 ID: 7517c3

I think maybe we called her a bad word and should apologize for it, unless it wasn't and she was just so happy she had to leave. Or both!
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No. 947263 ID: 3ed3c3

>>947216
"I'll be honest and tell you that I have no idea what that word means. I'm sorry if I offended you, and I'm sorry if I disturbed you before. In my defense, I hadn't slept at all, I wasn't thinking clearly, and I had just had one of the most upsetting and dangerous days of my life. I know you don't know me as we've only just met, but I'd like to be your friend, and It'd be just awful if we started on bad terms. May we please start again?"
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No. 947271 ID: 9876c4

>>947244
This is what I'm talkin' about.
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No. 947279 ID: acfea1

>>947263
Woah good one Bonnie
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No. 947627 ID: 977456

Compliment her hair.
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No. 947894 ID: 965b25
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947894

It’s that girl we called a-oh….oh yeah! We better apologize. Trying our hardest to control our tongue and not call her a whore again methodically we say “Hi! You’re uh... the girl I called... Oh yeah! Funny, I dunno even what that word me-“


“Shut up! You’re annoying!”
Molly barks cutting us off
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No. 947895 ID: 965b25
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947895

Trying her hardest to not fully explode, she continues “You’re Mean! You're RUDE! And I don’t like you! I don’t like your dumb mouse and! And! And…”


“…”

“SHUT UP!” She hisses before preparing to launch her second wave of insults.
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No. 947897 ID: acfea1

>>947895
We're in a room full of potentially sympathetic adults! Time to cry! Cry like a baby!
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No. 947898 ID: 3ed3c3

"I'm trying to apologize to you and explain myself while you're yelling at me and poking me, which hurts. Please stop."
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No. 947903 ID: 9876c4

Look, we feel horrrr-rible about the whole thing?

Let's just start over.
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No. 947904 ID: b1b4f3

Poke back.
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No. 947905 ID: 977456

"Did you eat fish last night?"
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No. 947906 ID: 18b0ae

>>947898
"Huh, ok."
Just go interact with another adult. Dealing with the consequences of our actions like a mature kid don't sound cool. Not at all.
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No. 947908 ID: b5fb67

>>947895

Ignore insults by collapsing onto the ground in exhaustion and passing out.
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No. 947911 ID: c9c450

>>947908
Exactly what the situation calls for
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No. 947969 ID: e51896

I wouldn't collapse asleep, because then we would miss the opportunity to talk to one more person (narration said we have time to talk to two people in the room. Of course, unless Molly counts as the second person, go ahead and collapse, lol)

>>947904 yes! innocently boop Molly's nose.
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No. 948188 ID: 0a7f21

Poke her nose. Not hard, she's crouched down and thus in range, index finger, right on the snout.
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No. 948190 ID: d5a6bc

>>947895
Rub noses with her
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No. 948191 ID: fd2d31

>>947895
pimpsmack that whore 'till she knows her place.
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No. 948462 ID: 0a7f21

Why can't we read HER thoughts?
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No. 948463 ID: 719d94

She may interrupt you, but just agree with her. I mean, she's right. Just in the past day or so you've done plenty of mean and rude things! And she's well within her rights to dislike you.

Listen to her patiently, and if she ever lets you get a word in, just agree with her. Nobody knows how to react if they're insulting you and you just calmly back them up on it.
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No. 948473 ID: ce39da

Combining some suggestions:
"Yup, correct! You'll probably like me a lot better when I'm awake. Boop!"
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No. 948525 ID: 094652

Begin to cry but realize you used up the last fumes of your stamina and fall unconscious.
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No. 948631 ID: 965b25
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948631

We…we gotta…her nose…

Boop!

As we slip into an early rest, we feel Molly’s arms catch us before we hit the ground. Some panicked gibberish can be heard but that doesn’t concern us, not now. Goodnight.
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No. 948633 ID: 965b25
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948633

I find myself awoken by the harsh lights of the overly sterilized medical room. A harsh knocking echoes in the back of my head much fainter than that dreadful night before.

I take a quick glance across the room to see if I’m alone.

“yep it’s just me” I sight to myself

We Rose now.
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No. 948635 ID: b1b4f3

>>948633
What's that in the duffel bag?
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No. 948636 ID: 9876c4

Attend to your vibrating blue dot.
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No. 948637 ID: af1a4b

Be suddenly overcome with an overwhelming sense of dread and impending doom for seemingly no reason.
Shrug it off and look at the flashing light.
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No. 948638 ID: e29ced

I'm not sure there *is* such a thing as "overly medicalized" when your entire organization looks like a mix of Girl Scouts and nurses.
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No. 948639 ID: 397e4a

Become once again grumpy after remembering y-you were called a whore by that kids mom.
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No. 948640 ID: 977456

>Search vase
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No. 948641 ID: 094652

>>948640
Throw vase.
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No. 948644 ID: 2ba9d1

Look for water or Tylenol, surely they would have left some out
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No. 948647 ID: e51896

>>948641
steal remains of broken vase in the bag so no one notices.

ok not really. Just open and check inside the bag. Be careful not to let the cat out of it.
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No. 949161 ID: 965b25
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949161

The feeling of dread, like something really really bad is about to happen creeps back onto me and the queasiness from earlier returns. And like that its gone again, leaving you with an uneasiness in your head and stomach.
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No. 949162 ID: 965b25
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949162

I take a quick second to recollect myself and try not to throw up again

That pot? Something about it piques my interest so I decide to take a look inside,hmm something squishy?! Something warm...It’s…Surprise!!! a rat
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No. 949163 ID: 965b25
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949163

EW EW EW oh my god EW. It touched me!!! what the hell! I thought I was rat free! How’d it get here! WHY IS IT HERE!?! And shoot ...the vase…
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No. 949164 ID: 965b25
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949164

To only make matters worse it sounds like someone heard me break that vase. A ferocious woman's roars can be heard from directly outside the door.

I gotta think fast...what am I gonna do about mickey fucking mouse over there! What about the vase!
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No. 949170 ID: 3ed3c3

The rat actually seems pretty tame, so you should be able to just move it out of the way and hide it. That or scare it off.
The shards can be hidden under the bed for now. You can figure out what to do about them later.
As for the "ferocious woman," I imagine it's your newest recruit's mother come to teach you a thing or two about proper childcare. With her fists. Good luck with sorting that out.
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No. 949171 ID: 094652

> Rat
I think she likes you! Stop panicking.

> Mother
Scratch that, you may panic now.

Okay, you need to distract her from her rage long enough to have a conversation... hm...

Got an idea; pretend you sleep in the nude and act embarrassed with the blanket.
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No. 949175 ID: 9876c4

Ratinadrawer
Ansferthedoor
sweepupthefloor
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No. 949176 ID: 0fae41

Hide it down your shirt. You couldn't possibly get more jittery right now.
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No. 949177 ID: 977456

Rats like burrows? Try opening your bag so it has somewhere to hide. "Out of sight, out of mind" and all that.
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No. 949179 ID: ed37dc

The rat in a pile of broken shards, the commotion behind the door... Is there gonna be a fire? Grab the rat, hide it in your bag, and check the blinking thing in there while you’re at it. Someone freaking out at the rat and being way too liberal about extermination, and whatever that mysterious blinking object is... those are the only two remotely viable causes of fire that we can see and affect at the moment. If both are tended to, and nobody is bursting through the door, pick up the bag and exit; if this fire(?) is going to start outside our range of control, the least we can do is not stay in a room with just one exit.
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No. 949209 ID: e51896

blame the rat for the broken vase.
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No. 949247 ID: 0bb011

>>949164
Negotiate with the rat to help you hide in exchange for helping us hide.
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No. 949248 ID: 0bb011

>>949247
>help us hide in exchange for helping us hide

Ugh...

>help us hide in exchange for us letting him live with us in safety as a pet.
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No. 949254 ID: d5a6bc

>>949164
Grab the rat and escape through the window
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