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SIGH’S MANY SHOPS: Episode 2
The c-corner store, the m-m-mini m-mart, the c-co-convenience s-s-store. W-whatever you c-ca-call it, its a n-nice pwace to g-get just ab-bout anything. S-sure it m-ma-may cost a b-bit m-more, but its w-worth it to n-n-not have to g-go to the s-s-supermarket. But w-what h-h-happens if the c-corner store has an ex-excwu-excwusive item? And it-its the w-wast one? What d-d-do you d-do in the s-situation? W-well see j-j-just how some c-cu-customers handle th-that vewy s-scenawio.
A local convenience store, Raja’s Mini Mart. A place to get just about anything you need, for a slightly higher price than the name brand stores, due to the convenience of it. But something seems wrong at this shop. Everything appears to be thrown about. What’s happened here? Let’s take a closer look.
Zebra: Oh my. I can’t believe they’re acting like this. They’ve practically destroyed the place!
Little Rabbit: What’s going on? Why is the store a mess? And what’s with them at the register?
Zeb Zeb: I think it’s something to do with that new ice cream drink that came out. There’s just one left and they all want it.
Little Rabbit: Really? Is that really worth tearing the place apart?
Zeb Zeb: It was really bad earlier. At least it’s calmed down some now.
Customers going crazy over a new product? Have you ever seen this happen? It seems like a crazy situation, to say the least. I can’t imagine throwing things around simply to be the one to get the last of a new product. Would you ever do something like this? I should hope not.
Madame Mammoth: I demand that you give the last ice cream drink to me!! \
Puppers: No!! I was here first, give it to me!!
Trey: You were not! I was here before either of you!! Give me that ice cream drink!!
Raja, the cashier, can’t get a single word in as the trio of irate customers continue to argue. She wishes she had never started carrying this new drink. She tries and tries to plead with the customers, but her words continue to fall on deaf ears.
After about thirty minutes of constant bickering, Raja decides that enough is enough. “You want this?” she growls at the three troublemakers, “Then go and get it!” She tosses the drink out the door and watches as they run out, each trying to get it. The rest of the customers clear out of the store afterwards. Raja looks around at her shop. It’s a complete mess.
Raja: Oh dear…this will take me forever to clean up. I guess I’ll be getting home late tonight.
Raja sighs and starts to clean. But she soon gets a surprise as two customers come back inside. The two customers, who introduce themselves as Seymour and Zebra offer her apologies on behalf of the three troublemakers.
Seymour: We’re so sorry that they wrecked your store.
Zebra: Yea, we came back to help you clean up.
Raja: No, you don’t have to do that. It is my store, after all.
Zebra: Maybe so, but it’s not your mess.
Seymour: Besides, you’ll be here all night if you do this alone. Let us help you.
Raja smiles at the two and nods. The three of them start cleaning up.
In what seems like no time at all, they get the shop back in order. The three collapse on the ground and start to talk. Raja soon realizes that she has a lot in common with Seymour and Zebra, and the three become fast friends. And though she decides to stop carrying the ice cream drink immediately, she is glad that she made new friends because of it.
A n-new d-dwink caused a h-hu-huge pwobwem for W-w-waja. Th-tha’s a b-bit mind b-bo-boggwing isnt i-it? B-but in the e-end she m-ma-made a couple of n-n-new fwiends. So it a-all worked out in th-the end. B-b-but if you w-w-wun a sh-shop of your o-own…j-j-jus be caref-ful of any n-new pwoducts you s-start to c-cawwy. F-f-for they could b-bw-bwing thare o-own p-pwobwems.