latte rps

A Whole Latte Love

Muse A is a supervisor in a small coffee shop with few employees. The shop is personable, and the employees know the regulars well, and would often have their drinks made by the time the customers would enter the shop.

Muse B is a teen in need of a summer job, who applies for a job at the shop. Needing the help, Muse A calls them for an interview, and they hit it off right away. With Muse B hired, Muse A is tasked with training them in.

After a few shifts alone together, Muse A and Muse B bond significantly during training. Muse B is clever and figures things out quickly, and Muse A is gentle and patient, making Muse B drinks and giving them advice.

Even after the training shifts are finished, Muse A and Muse B have several shifts together, and tend to work the same hours. Since both are some of the few employees who are willing to work closes, they both find themselves in an empty shop, talking and cleaning to keep themselves busy. 

In time, a romantic bond forms, but company policy bans a relationship between a supervisor and a lower-ranking employee spending time together outside of work or forming a romantic relationship. 

Will Muse A risk their job to be with Muse B? Sneaking kisses in the parking lot after closing and trying to suppress their feelings when other employees are around? Or will there be lingering feelings left unacted upon?

Zootopia Sentence Starters (Part Seven):
  • "Because I am gonna make the world a better place!"
  • "If you wanna talk about making the world a better place, no better way to do it than becoming a carrot farmer."
  • "Your dad, me, your two-hundred seventy-five brothers and sisters, we're changing the world."
  • "All right, well I'd say the case is in good hands."
  • "Us little guys really need to... stick together, right?"
  • "Just call me if you ever need anything, okay?"
  • "What happened?"
  • "He was an animal."
  • "Down on all fours."
  • "Oh, I think you said plenty."
  • "It's not like a bunny could go savage."
  • "Right, but a fox could?"
  • "We're on the same team."
  • "Aren't you sick of it?"
  • "We'll be unstoppable."
  • "Oh, you've actually—you've actually got... There's a..."
  • "Give me the pen, please..."
  • "Gosh, if only there were a moron around who were up to the task."
  • "I did what you asked! You can't keep me on the hook forever."
  • "Look at these dum-dums."
  • "Bet ya a nickel one of them's gonna howl."
  • "And there it is."
  • "Maybe that's just hail?"
  • "Don't stop, keep going!"
  • "No! No! Please stop!"
  • "One with the soil, just getting covered in dirt."
  • "It's great to have dreams."
  • "Just as long as you don't believe in them too much."
  • "You've always got a friend at City Hall."
  • "I will give you 48 hours."
  • "But! You strike out, you resign."
  • "You have the app too?"
  • "Wow, I'm impressed!"
  • "You don't understand! I was trying to protect the city!"
  • "I'm gonna name her Judy."
  • "We've got your latte!"
A Latte like Coffee


“Okay,” Vie told herself, mostly because there was no one else to tell her things will be fine. She removed a flyer folded and unfolded so many times from one of the books she was returning. Madam Puddifoot’s tea shop was holding a promo for Valentines Day: buy a cup of tea or coffee, get the another one for your date free. Last night she already decided she will ask Cormac out but now her resolve was wavering again. Nobody dies of hearing no for an answer, right? 

She muttered a few lines as she put the books (1 out of 3 read)  back to their shelves, trying to find which one sound right. “I would like to invite you out for coffee.” Too formal. “You should have coffee with me.” Imposing. “Madam Puddifoot’s holding a Valentines promo. I was wondering if you might wanna have coffee there with me tomorrow?” That’s decent…