Subject: Kat darted out of the way as soon as she heard the commotion, losing only her witch’s hat,
Posted on: 2018-11-02 10:04:39 UTC

but Edward was too intent on his zombie impression to move until it was too late. His hunched position made him harder to knock over, but the speed of the collision and the weight of the other person sent them both flying in opposite directions.

Kat ran forward and grabbed her hat, which was now rather squashed. She began carefully manipulating the fabric, trying to repair the damage.

Edward stood up very slowly. “That,” he said, “is why I don’t like parties. Now I’m going to get a drink.”

“Edward,” said Kat reproachfully, “you know you shouldn’t drink! Remember the time you flooded the entire room?”

But he was already gone. Kat shrugged, and decided she couldn’t be bothered to chase after him. There was a fun night to be had.

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