Saitama, a disgruntled and overworked businessman who never gets a moment to relax, gives himself three days to choose whether to quit his job or not. The first night, he decides to drink himself stupid and chances upon a high class bar. He goes in and settles in at the bar for a night of terrible drinking. Halfway through his first drink, he hears the most beautiful, hypnotizing voice he had ever heard. It throws the stress from his shoulders, makes him forget about his job, and makes him, for the first time in ages, feel okay. He turns around and sees a young, gorgeous blond singing into a microphone. He asks the bartender who that is and she tells him that’s Genos, their resident lounge singer.
“Just, ah, thought I’d let you know that Cameron and the baby are back in their room.”
“Oh, thank you.” I tell him and he goes to leave. “Oh, hey. I really appreciated the way you handled the whole situation.”
“Well, I’ve been in a few of those situations before.” He tells me sadly.
“Does it get any easier?” I ask him.
He comes and takes a seat in front of me and exhales. “No.” He tells me. “Just more familiar.”
“I’ve been trying to work out what to say to Cameron.” I admit to Peeta. “I’ve been thinking about… what would have helped me… when I lost Thom. Whether there was anything that anyone could have said or done.” I sigh. “I can’t think of anything.”
Peeta nods, understanding exactly what I mean. “You’ll think of something.”