Page 211 - Not Very Good Rolls

20th Nov 2017, 8:00 AM in Holiday In the Fog
Page 211 - Not Very Good Rolls
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MagicMixture 20th Nov 2017, 8:00 AM edit delete
You know, just what is in those open containers? Why would you keep them open at a school?! I know some chemicals aren't dangerous unless you ingest, inhale, or mix them with another, but... what the heck is in those barrels? Nothing good, I can tell you that much.


[Jim lounges on a folding chair sipping a can of soda. He observes Jeremie washing off the spray paint picture. Sissi sits on a bench nearby doing her homework.]
Ian: Ah, yes. This is the life.
Ian (Jim): A little more elbow grease, Jeremie!
Stein: Did we use permanent spray paint? I hope not.
Taylor (Mike O’Reilly): Better that you clean it up than me!
Eric: Who is that?
Rachel: Probably that Mike O’Reilly.
Taylor (Sissi): You know, my father says that it’s good to take a break and manual labor helps your brain. I’m having a little trouble so maybe I should give Jeremie a hand.
Ian: Sense motive.
Ian (Jim): Good idea, Sissi. I guess you have some brains after all.
Andy & Rachel: <snicker>
Ian (Jim): I’ll get you a sponge so you can keep it up.
Taylor: When you get to the storage area, give me a spot check, Ian.
Ian: Ah ha! Found the sponge. Easy.
[As soon as Jim leaves, a spectre emerges from an electrical socket and hovers over several metal barrels.]
Taylor: Yes, yes, very easy.
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Rastaba 20th Nov 2017, 5:30 PM edit delete reply
Is there ever anything good left in open containers like that? It's why chests are always shut and likely even locked. Good things are kept in secure places, NOT open easily accessible things!
Anvildude 17th Jan 2018, 4:56 PM edit delete reply
Those could easily be barrels of, say, used cooking oil. The school's got a caffeteria, and you'd be surprised how much Industrial Cooking looks like Industrial Waste.
Guest 7th Jun 2018, 5:30 PM edit delete reply
make me think of that simpsons episode with the Krusty camp, where the kids where served gruel. thoses barrels must be full of gruel.
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