[BCOLOR=transparent]Eagle. Similar to all your trendy clothing stores, Eagle has a very relaxed environment when it comes to its decorations and clothing styles. With white walls that bounce off the soft, yellow lights of the store, the clothing store is very welcoming to onlookers passing by. Not to mention, the retail working in the store caught many people’s eyes, sometimes even braving to flirt with some of them. The store is very popular among young adults and teens, but it remains one of the underground unique shops located only in Driscoll County’s largest mall. No one questions the extremely gorgeous people that work behind the register, in the aisles, or in an office, which our fellow retail workers appreciate, but sometimes, things can go out of hand. [/BCOLOR] “What do you mean you don’t have this in a size eight? Are you calling me fat?” [BCOLOR=transparent]A blonde, petite teenaged girl with lips bigger than Kylie Jenner’s stood in front of Anari, who was impatiently waiting for the female to storm off to another store or choose another item. With a sigh, Anari put on her plastic smile as taught by her fellow human friends, Roman, Rumi, and Seonadra. “Ma’am, I never called you overweight. I am simply stating that we do not have this pair of jeans in a size six in stock anymore. We can order-"[/BCOLOR] [BCOLOR=transparent]"Ugh, no need." The teenager looked up and down the other blonde, who was much taller and intimidating than her. "I hate this place. I'm never coming back here again." She raised her voice as if to get the rest of the store riled up with her. "You hear that, Mr. Manager?! Never!"[/BCOLOR] She attempted to spell it out, but before she mixed up the 'e' and the 'a' before the 'r' for the fourth time, Anari interrupted, noticing her fellow coworkers shaking their heads in pity and sympathy from a distance. The goddess of Buri was growing hot red because of this customer, but not due to the fact that she was embarrassed. She was pissed as hell, keeping it in by gritting her teeth. Anari didn't understand the people of this planet and their stubbornness. Her people were never like this, always appreciating what they had and what she did for them. Keeping the same smile (well, sort of), she continued. "Ma'am, I ensure you that we can order these specific pair of pants in your size and can get it shipped to your house within five business days." "Five days? You expect me to wait five days for a stupid pair of pants to arrive in my mail, all ruined and shit?" Anari noticed one of her coworkers, Rumi, a few feet away rolling their eyes at the customer and mouthing something along the lines of "bitch". Trying not to smile, the pixie haired girl attempted again to persuade the customer to not leave the store on such a sour note. "You can get it sooner if you come back-" "Um, no thanks." The ignorant and stubborn girl gave her another once over, before turning her head dramatically and hitting Anari with a face full of hair. "I don't want to deal with your pretty little ass anymore. Go shove this up." She flipped the bird before swaying her hips just as dramatically as she turned away, starting to walk out of the rather small shop when someone stopped her in her tracks.