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Alice stood at the front door to her house, her large purse balanced on a bended knee as she dug through its many contents. She had long since ignored her younger sister’s voice that echoed through the phone she had tucked into her cleavage, the speaker setting giving her the ability to use both hands to search through her purse.
”So I need a favor”
”What else is new?” Alice sighed heavily, frustrated with the fact that she couldn’t find the keys to her house. She grew annoyed when she realized that her best friend/roommate may have been right about needing to clean out her purse.
She didn’t have to physically see her sister to know that the girl was rolling her eyes, ”Oh whatever. I haven’t asked for a favor in forever”
”Yeah, if seven days counts as forever” Alice said mater-of-factly as she dropped to her knees and began to empty the contents of her purse all over the porch, hoping to find her keys easier that way.
”I need you to get me into The Planet this weekend”
”Um, no” Was the reply without hesitation despite the fact that Alice had been barely paying attention to her sister, having been distracted trying to find her keys. She finally found them tangled with her headphones and threw them into the air, catching them effortlessly. ”HA!”
”Two things” Alice said as she threw everything back into her purse and got to her feet to unlock the door, ”One, you’re underage and two, The Planet is a gay bar”
Alice entered what she thought was an empty home, the muffled sound of moaning proved that thought wrong. Alice made her way through the house, bypassing a closed door where the moans grew louder. She rolled her eyes and switched off the speaker setting on her phone before bringing it to her ear.
”I know that it is” Her sister replied with another sigh. She probably rolled her eyes again too, ”What’s your point?”
”My point is that you’re not gay, Tina” Alice said with another roll of her eyes. They definitely shared that habit in common. She made her way to the kitchen island, ”You’re just going through a college experimental phase. It happens to everyone”