OOC: "I'm sorry about that. Nee. I don't know why I put that there." o-o'
"I'm sorry about your door, Dave," Mika said with a bow, "I have a bad habit of breaking things." She smiled innocently at Dave. The blue haired girl walked over to the boy and looked around. The pupils in her eyes expanded and shrunk quickly as she scanned her new environment. "Where is your brother?" she asked curiously, "And when would you like to go to the mall?"
After asking the questions Mika got to thinking of how Tiffany might get lost and when everyone should get to the mall. Mika listened to Dave patiently when he responded. It could have been a malfunction in her system, but she picked up the boy and ran to the mall. Mika didn't seem over encumbered by his added weight. She still was going incredibly fast.
"HEY!" Tiffany said with an enthusiastic smile, "How are you, John?" She was a bit more cheery than yesterday. "I'm sorry about yesterday. I'm not always that way. I was just a bit nervous from the moving. I've.. never.." the redhead spoke but stopped to look around John's house. "I've never moved out of my mother's house or lived on my own before. Well.. I'm living with Mika, but that's still a bit scary," Tiffany added, "Nice house you have here."
The girl gave John a friendly nudge. "Let's get going to the mall. Knowing Mika she's probably already there," Tiffany said.
At the mall...
"You finally made it, Tiffany!" Mika exclaimed ass her redheaded friend came withen sight. The aqua haired girl stood by the mall entrance while holding Dave like a sack of potatoes. "You... seemed to... have gotten... even faster!" Tiffany said as she tried to catch her breath, "Why... are you holding Dave.. like that?" Mika set Dave down and smiled nervously. "Whoops," she said, laughing afterwards. The younger female looked at her friend with a bit of convern. "What's the matter? Why are you breathing heavy?" Mika asked. "Nothing. Let's go get.. that ice cream as I promised," the older female responded.
"And pizza!" Mika added. She smiled as she watched her friend to make sure nothing would go wrong. The two girls lead the two boys to the dinning area of the mall where various stands from various companies sold their food. "A Better Crocker in a mall? I've never seen that before," Tiffany commented as she passed by a stand for the company's backed goods.