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Re: [SS] Chasse au Lapin

Post  Kira Kohaku on Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:29 pm

It would normally be considered poor etiquette to stop and stare. Such actions generally made people lose faith in the humanity of others, both due to the combination of bystander effect and the forceful violation of dignity it caused to the focal point of attention. At the very least, that was what counted for normal. But, certain times, nobody could blame people for stopping and staring.

At the very least, that’s what Higuchi Pharmacies Neuropharmaceutical Department’s young lobby receptionist, who was all ready close down shop for the night were it not for the boss’s stringent hours, let run through her head. After all, one can’t violate dignity when the focal point had willingly stripped themselves of it on their own. That was how she (and anyone else whose gaze had fallen upon the sight in question) probably rationalized it.

Regardless, as her gaze darted over the absurdly dressed girls (especially the blonde who seemed to be doing everything she could to maintain composure), she chortled for a beat (much to the blonde’s dismay) before returning to a calm and trying to figure out what to do.

After all, this was well outside of protocol.


Something’s not right here at all.

Of course, that thought understated the absurdity of what was unfolding. Clearly, this was not just some pimp and her prostitutes paying a visit to a client. These girls didn’t exude the proper aura for that kind of work, especially the antsy blonde one.

Maintaining her affected, professional smile the best she could, she spoke up. “Please hold a second.”

She picked up the landline on the desk and dialed a number before waiting a few seconds. She waited as the phone rang and rang on the other end until the voice mail finally intervened. With that, she realized that the person who she was calling was not available and remembered something.

“I’m terribly sorry. I think the president said a while back that he would be heading out early. He’s currently nowhere near his desk and his receptionist doesn’t seem to be answering. Would you like me to direct you to someone else?” She said to her guests with a professional’s patented smile, all while keeping the twitching blonde in her eye.
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