Thread Topic: Alternate ending
"Not particularly," Rasia commented.
"Thank you!" Axel yelled, shooting a look at Felix. "See? I'm a tough boy!"
"Although I don't think you'd be able to take Felix up in a physical fight," Rasia relented.
"Well, obviously. He's too tall." Axel snorted.
(I don't know what to say next)
(I'll go again.)
They arrived at a restaurant.
Chickens Pot Kitchen.
"Oooh, I remember this place!” Axel exclaimed, clapping his small hands in excitement.
Felix looked just as happy as Axel.
"Yeah, they have the best pot pie!" Felix said, rubbing his hands together.
"I haven't had one in ages," Rasia said.
"Then this is the best place to start having them again." Felix said. Felix linked his arms with Rasia and went inside the building.
A waitress with long, straight as a stick black hair greeted them at the door.
She wore a red apron with a clear pouch that was covered in glitter. The apron said, "Welcome to Chickens Pot Kitchen"!
"Hello, table for three?" The waitress asked.
Rasia nodded. They'd probably think that Axel was their son, but oh well.
The waitress gave them a big grin, her white teeth shining.
"Follow me," she chirped, turning around and walking to the back of the restaurant.
Rasia followed the woman. This seemed like a nice homely place.
She led them to a booth.
"All right! What can I get you to drink?" The woman took out a notebook from her pouch and clicked the pen.
"Just some water," Rasia said.
The waitress nodded and wrote down 'water' in her book.
Then she turned to Felix.
“What drink would you like, sir?"
"Dr. Pepper, if you have it."
"We do! And you, small lad?"
Axel wrinkled his nose. He wasn't fond of being called fancy things.
"Just some hot chocolate, please."
The waitress wrote the rest of the drinks down into her notebook and grinned a happy smile.
"Okay! I'll be back with your drinks in a few seconds." The waitress said enthusiastically, dashing off to go get the drinks.
(I say 'Little lad' instead of small lad at work lol)
Rasia seemed to be lost in her own thoughts. She couldn't believe it all was over. Surely there had to be something else, some little catch that they missed. But looking at the young Axel, she was unsure. After all, he was living proof that it was all over. But something felt like it was missing, like the last puzzle piece that you can't find and are looking for the dog to see if he chewed it up.
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