David peeked out from the back room, whining softly at the lack of customers around the storefront. Didn’t look like they were going to get much business today. The boss would be pissed. And she was already one mean ass Asari on a good day.
Then, lo and behold. Someone seemed to be walking towards the shop. Smoothing down his hair, he put on his best grin and crept out to greet them.
No. I’m not going to sell you a pet if you’re just going to eat it. I don’t care if you have the money; I’m not going to do it.
In front of me, of all things. Jeez. That is the last thing I wanted to see.
Next time I’m calling C-Sec, a’ight?