Continuing from the last Villains Delight green
“Next time you want me to do this, please tell me what i’m getting into,” you begged, walking down the road.
>You decided that after your session with Trixie, if you can call it that, you thought it would be good to take the long way home.
>It was also a nice a calm night so there shouldn’t be any problems with it.
> “Sorry about that, Anon. Figured you could help her though,” Vinyl replied from the other end.
“Your confidence is me is nice, but I would like to be prepared next time you do this,” you muttered, walking past a bakery and a clothing store.
>It's been a bit too quiet for your tastes as the only thing you could hear was your own voice.
>And Vinyl on the phone, but that doesn't count.
>Just as you passed an alleyway, something crashed onto the ground causing you to look.
>From what you saw, it was just a trash can that fell as the lid was spinning like a coin.
> “Something wrong, Anon?” Vinyl wondered.
“Just a trash can falling over,” you simplified, walking away from the alleyway a little faster.
> “Maybe it was a stray,” Vinyl suggested.
“A stray would try and eat some of the garbage, Vinyl. There was no stray there,” you explained, feeling that everything was against you at the moment.
> “It probably got scared once the can fell over. You know how jittery animals are,” Vinyl guessed.
>Thinking about that, you had to agree with her.
>You've seen it happen plenty of times with Fluttershy and the animals she took care of.
>To be fair though, she did jump just as much when something fell over or surprised her.
“Guess that sounds right,” you admitted, shaking your head in an embarrassed manner.
> “Of course I'm right and don't forget it,” Vinyl joked, getting you to chuckle weakly.
>If there’s one thing you’re happy for it’s that Vinyl can ease your mind without trying.