I’m on register at work:
~waits patiently behind counter with absent smile until a customer walks close enough and/or shows necessary amount of interest
~has a set script of prompts in my head to follow during transactions
~cheerful yet non-descript customer service voice and can repeat same exact tone infinitely.
~breaking from prompts or skipping through parts may cause minor glitches, such as accidentally repeating the same prompt again or completely skipping necessary ones
~absentmindedly tends to my area using the same five or so actions in a continuous loop until new person arrives
~Abnormally knowledgeable in my craft
~wears same outfit every day
~Nothing unusual phases me
~walking away and coming back is like a brand new interaction. I have little to no memory of you
((OOC: I woke up, saw it, was traumatised, went back to sleep and my brain erased it for my own good. Open my messages this evening and the trauma is bACK. Why must you be like this @asktheboywholived…))
if you are reading this right now, you have survived your entire life up until this point. you have survived traumas, heartbreak, devastation, the different phases of life. and here you are, you are awesome.
“Everyone spends their youthful years. It’s a time more beautiful because we’re immature, and a time that sparkles brightly. We are not afraid because we have nothing to lose and our hearts flutter because we can have anything.” — Weightlifting Fairy Kim Bok Joo