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She works the busiest hours of the day. And the slowest. Every weekend is her oyster and then a mad morning rush of customers come through before she has to go to class on the weekdays. Still, it’s a job and Darcy would rather work than not.
Though she doesn’t get paid enough for people flirting with her over the counter. And after a frat comes through, thinking she owes them her number with their coffee, she feels like punching this whack-a-doodle. She doesn’t but it’s a close call, the guy on his cell phone and talking rapidly in a language she didn’t understand. Get off the phone and order! Last of the longest line of the century (or today. It’s been a long day, okay!?), Darcy just wants him to move on.
"No! You can’t have his leg! Jesus, I have to go. Don’t do anything I wouldn’t. Yeah, yeah."
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