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Daredevil’s plus mall equals disaster
The end of the siku was finally over, and I was shaking with enthusiasm. At first we were going to Lara’s house, but then we decided to go a mall (that I didn’t know existed until now) that was close to my house.
“First things first, were going to the arcade.”
“Arcade? wewe guys always hog the games.” Corrie complained. “How about we eat first?”
“FOOD!” Yelled all the boys.
Lara and America rolled their eyes, while Cali and I grinned. We made our way to the chakula court, which, as always in every single mall known, was crowded. People were bustling and there wasn’t many seats left…scratch that there was no seats, none that I could see anyways.
“Where are we going to sit?” Cory asked.
“Food first, sitting later.” Donnie said, dragging America, our piggybank to the chakula areas, with the rest of us in tow.
“So what do wewe guy’s want?” America asked, unfolding her money.
“Doesn’t matter, your paying.” Xavier said.
“How about pizza? au we can have a nice juicy burger with fries?”
“How about popcorn, nachos with the cheesy stuff, candy, pizza, and drinks?” Cali asked, we all looked at her. “What!?”
“That…is…brilliant!” Gregori said, “who’s with her say here!”
“Here!” We all shouted.
“Okay, I’ll get the stuff,” America said. “You guys find a place, oh and I’ll need help, Lara?”
“Sure!” Lara said, bouncing happily away with America to the movie theater for most of the food, while Donnie helped out and went to the pizza parlor for our pizza.
“Now back to my original question, where are we going to sit?” Cory asked, again.
“We can sit, no, not there. Oh, how about- no not their either…” Gregori trailed off, his brow scrunching.
“How about we sit on the floor, up against that wall?” I suggested, pointing to the ukuta closets to the garbage and restroom, it was also the side of a store, but it wasn’t a window wall.
I felt my moyo beat as silence followed, but I let out a breath of relief when Corrie said. “Not bad, let’s go!”
At those words, we all raced to the wall, I bet we looked crazy but it was so fun and exhilarating, that I didn’t care. We all laughed and ignored the strange and amused looks people gave us, we were just having fun. We don’t need a bunch of people ruining that. We all cheered as America, Lara, and Donnie came back with the food.
Lara laughed. “Looks like were at the fun …area.”
“Yeah,” America said, grinning while looking at some of the people’s gazes that were drifted to us. “It looks like we are.”
We all laughed and dug in the food, soon enough we were throwing popcorn at each other and reciting some of the lamest pick up lines. People would continue looking at us, some annoyed and other’s wanting to jiunge us.
By the time we were done, we were full and drained. But of course, that didn’t stop us.
“Okay, okay, okay.” America sputtered out, shaking with laughter. “Who wants to do something devious.”
“On a scale of 1 to 10, how devious?” Gregori asked, smirking evilly.
“10,” America whispered, and the rest of us squealed in agreement.
“What do wewe have planned?”
America opened her mouth, but Cali beat her to it.
“Ooh! I got one!”
“What?” Cory asked.
“Okay, so wewe know how the mall has tons of bathrooms?”
“We can mess with some people in there, like I still have that slimey goo wewe made my dog fake sneeze up.”
“And we put the goo in the toilet for the inayofuata victim!”
“Or we flush all the toilets for the biggest collision!”
“But what if we get caught?” I asked.
“Sweetie, we have never been caught.” Lara explained. “We do this thing every time we come here, there services and security are just not good.”
“Hey, since your new, wewe get to the pick the prank we’ll do.” Cory offered.
I nodded, eager to please. I racked my head for suggestions. “How about we go to the movie theater au the bathrooms here and we dump water balloons on people.”
One Mississippi, two Mississippi, three Mississippi.
They all exploded in laughter, nodding eagerly and cheering while jumping up and down saying yes.
“You, my dear, are a genius.” Donnie stated, and I blushed.
“Let’s do it!”
In the end we went to a store nearby, and stacked up on water balloons. We mgawanyiko, baidisha up into groups of four and five, the four were Cory and Corrie, and Xavier and Cali, who went to the restrooms and hid in the stall waiting for the victims.
The rest of us, Lara, America, Gregori, Donnie, and I, all sneaked into a movie that was already in progress. The security guard was a bit distracted kwa the infestation of remote controlled cars that the people were freaking over.
We all shook with laughter as we went to the highest and empty seats where we hid, armed with our wet balloons.
When the movie started the muziki got into that scary muziki before something happened. It was inching up into that part that would make wewe jump, as the muziki went boom!
Gregori grinned at us as he held a water balloon ready, waiting for the precise moment. After a few seconds, he arched his arm and threw.
It flew…and flew…and flew…and…
The water balloon hit the victim at the precise moment the boom scene happened, and the person screamed freaked out because of what had happened on the screen.
Gregori turned to us, with a grin he said. “Run.”