To think her first day had went by so smoothly. And despite the location of her occupation being a school, it was rather fun. Working at the desk was tedious, but when it came time to hand out reports and files to other staff members it became an adventure in and off itself. Rollerblading down the school grounds and performing all kinds of sweet moves that would make Abdiel Colberg’s head spin. Yeah, all in all this job had it’s merits for allowing her to do what she did best. The downside?
Burritos. The burrito she had consumed earlier on in the day came right back to haunt her and she’d spent almost an hour in the bathroom. This was to be taken as a lesson. A lesson that she should never, ever eat another burrito during work hours ever again. At the very least she had gotten it all out of her system, much to her delight. A few air freshener sprays here and there to eliminate any unwanted odors and she was off to continue her job.
Wait, who the fuck is that?
“Dude. You’re in the wrong bathroom.”
This is not happening, this is not happening, this is happening! There goes his whole rumor free career. He will forever be entitled as the guy who sneaked into the girl’s restroom. Aw crap.
He waved his hands in a panic as he tries to excuse himself to the blue haired girl.
” No, it’s not what you think! I was gonna go to the boys restroom but then I kinda took the wrong one and…. “
He jerked the door handle. Trying to open the door with the best of his possibilities. To no avail. The door was truly stuck.
” And now the door jammed and I can’t get out, ahaha~ ”
However his bowels made a very grumpy, churning sound as it growled at the bad luck boy. Clinging onto himself he looked at the girl with a constipated look.
” E… Excuse me. ” He said in a swift manner before running into one of the stalls. He rather be known as the guy who went into the girl’s bathroom than the guy who shat on the floor while being there. Slamming the door and locking it after him he unbuckles his pants and slid them down, open the lid and takes a rightful sit. Letting out a relaxed sight.