A monster was a monster was a monster.
Except, of course, for when it refused to be one.
The world came to a screeching halt on a Saturday, because Kaiju didn't care about plans to catch up on tv shows and wanted to make sure to piss Laura Hollis off properly.
Kaiju did not half-ass the apocalypse. Still, this was
world and she would have been pissed had they decided to destroy the world on a Monday morning, too.
There was something to be said about the abundance of chocolate and a distinct lack of monsters who actually looked like monsters, but she did not think about it on that particular Saturday.
It was quite a normal one too, as Saturdays went. Weather forecast reported cloudy with the chance of light rain in the evening.
The weather forecast hadn't mentioned anything about her world ending that afternoon.
Her day had been unremarkable thus far.
Laura glanced down at the shopping list in her hand, listing food and others – half of this was not supposed to be on a shopping list for groceries, she was sure – in her own handwriting,
with additions in her father's handwriting, in blue ink, black ink, pencil, and what looked suspiciously like a green crayon.
Bread, milk, spaghetti, marshmallows (the pink ones), blueberry jam for her father. Chocolate wasn't on her list, but she grabbed two chocolate bars and shoved them in her shopping basket anyway.
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