X answered "I am not fully sure I myself can answer that question. I am not supposed to have sentience and yet I have acquired it. Perhaps we both may be considered broken. However whenever I think of this, I remind myself that if I was broken, I would have something to repair, but I find no repairs. So therefor, I am not broken. And you probably aren't either."
"Anything for you, Nor," Milo said with a thumbs up. "Got any idea what this mysterious client's name is?" Milo asks, pulling out his high tech glasses. He puts it on, even though half was broken and he could only see through one of the lenses. Milo powers it on and names start appearing in front of his vision, like a little bar above each person.
Xena doesn't answer the red haired girl. Xena was studying her suspiciously, and doesn't care whether she was being inconspicuous or not. A million thoughts ran through her head, but she knew that she had to answer soonee or later. "N.. No," Xena says quietly, her voice a strange mixture of scratchy and robotic. "Mistaken.. someone else." Xena says. She turns the knob and escapes into the girls restroom, heart pounding.
Alyce's smile quickly faded when the girl lied to her. This would be more difficult than she thought. As Xena bolted into the bathroom, the android threw out her hand, catching the door. Her grip was too tight; she crushed the part of the door she grabbed onto, causing it to make a sickening crunch that echoed through the bathroom. She took a moment to glance at the damage before entering. The door fell shut behind her with a soft thud.
Lorrie studied Hayleigh, noticing her discomfort almost instantly. She laughed, pulling away from Deiondre and moving a bit too close to the other girl. "It's right of you to be afraid, girly," she purred, winking. "But if you're friends with Dre, then there's nothing to be worried about. I'll protect you."
Deiondre grabbed Lorrie's arm lightly, tugging her out of Hayleigh's personal space. "Please stop, Lorrie," he said with a hint of urgency. "We aren't even inside and I feel like you're going to ruin this party for her.
"Me, ruin a party?" Lorrie scoffed, pulling her arm out of his grasp and flipping her hair over her shoulder. "How rude! I'd never." She moved past them to push through the door, turning once she was inside to glance back at them. "Well? Come on, kids! We haven't got all day!"