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Alice knew Bette was in a complete disagreement and even disliked the idea of a bachelorette party so the mere mention of it would certainly send the conversation down another path. Besides there was no one more blind than Bette when it came to certain issues, especially the Tina related ones.
”Alice… how many times do I have to say that… I do not want that party?!”
Bette was convinced she had had that conversation with Alice like ten thousand times before, and yet she was also sure she was going to get that damn party. Because she was pretty much aware that once something got in Alice’s head there was no way of convincing her otherwise.
The brunette´s cell phone rang. Her face went from slightly mad to incredibly annoyed when she looked at the caller’s ID.
”I’m sorry… I have to take this call…” Bette excused herself releasing a huge amount of air.
”Kit… make that coffee to go please…” Alice ordered more than asked, aware they just had been saved quite literally by the bell.
”And what do I do?” Kit asked, truly concerned for she didn’t want to be left alone with her sister at that particular time.
”Well you could try not to look so guilty… for a start..”
”Rrright… easy for you to say… you are leaving me here, behind enemy lines!”
”Well Kit… you know what… I don’t wanna die so young and pretty… just go find something to do, but do not mention any of this to your sister okay?… I’ll call you later”
And with that Alice grabbed her coffee and headed for the door, not before stopping in front of Bette slightly shaking her coffee in front of her, muttering that she had to run and she would call her later. After all she didn’t want to look so suspicious.
”Hi Kit… what is wrong with Alice?” Bette greeted her sister after a few moments once she disconnected the call.
”I don’t know… maybe she had to work?” Kit was trying to sound and act as normal as possible.
”Right… like that would ever happen this early in the morning” Bette was starting to be suspicious of those two.