The Paradise Hunter
Sydney was having too good a time chucking down water. But amidst her fun, she almost failed to hear someone shouting up to her from the foot of the building. She had just let go of the water, which then dropped straight onto the head of the lightening haired male who had tried to speak up to her. She looked down as he was shocked at being hit. The girl could not help it as she let out a wheeze of a laugh at his reaction. Poor bastard. He seemed different from the rest of the crowd, mostly because he seemed to have intended to speak to her rather than scream or give her the ‘I’Ll CaLl tHe CoPs!’ which always gave her a laugh.
“So sorry about that, must run! Toodle-loo!” she gave him a little wave as she then turned with the intention to leave. She stooped to grab her rum but paused as she thought she heard something that made her stop.
“Will you do the honours? I could use a lift.”
Sydney’s eyes darted a little. Okay what? She wanted to turn around to look back down but something told her that was a bad idea. Dropping the rum, she grabbed her jacket.
“Okay so… You’ve gone quiet down there and I dunno what you’re planning so… I think it’s about time we all mosey on home and Idon’tlikehowyouain’ttalkingsoI’mjustgonnahead-AH!” She yowled as the man seemed to appear behind her and on that note, she jumped down from the roof currently standing on and onto another.
“I DIDN’T KNOW YOU COULD FLY!” she yelled at the man as she roof-hopped. Seriously, how many people could do that?! After all technology they threw into all those stupid drones to catch stupid criminals you would think they’d develop the ability to fly. The necklace jangled against her neck, but at this point. the woman had forgotten what the thing could do. She had only been running and jumping for a few moments but was already tired, but she’d rather drop from exhaustion than get caught. She knew these roofs better than he would. As she landed on the next roof in a roll, she made a sudden right diversion to throw her chaser off and it appeared to give her a window of time. With a mocking laugh, she turned around to face the man. Unbeknownst to her, the pair that had accompanied him were following her every move.
“Oooooooh he went off to be a whore; Hung this sing upon his door; A dollar each and three for two; To take a crack at my ring-dang-do-DAUGH!” In the midst of stupid mocking, Sydney seemed to miscalculate how big the roof was, causing her ankle to clip the edge of the roof. With a yelp, she felt gravity doing its dirty work as her misstep caused her to trip and fall from the roof.
But the ground seemed to hit her quicker than she had expected. She opened her eyes as she felt herself land on what she could only imagine to be a sack of potatoes. She was greeted with the face of a curvy platinum blonde and a man with brilliant pink hair. The two people from before. Oh.
“…This is a very off day for me so,” she groaned slightly from the impact, “If one or both of you stunning creatures could accompany me to that place there, y’know the one with the big neon X’s and stuff? Well… Maybe not cause, I can’t read and I assume you cant too but I’ve been in there before and woot it’s a riot. Y’know, get in there, Get buzzed, get drunk, get crunked, get fucked up. Unless yer no’ into that that’s cool this alley is nice enough. Could do with some music or… Candles? Big ones. I know a place.” At this point, Sydney’s brain had gone to the shops and left the mouth running. The entire time the woman had been making some bizarre hand gestures, another indication that she was talking out her ass. Where was her rum? Maybe she could knock them out with it. Oh, and drink it. Win-win.
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