Undyne awoke to the sound of her alarm blaring. She growled and sat up straight, glowering at the clock with fury in her eyes.
She smacked it to the ground, and it made a final ring before shutting off.
So much for finishing a pleasant dream.
Undyne flopped back onto her pillow. Her eyes were glued to the ceiling, and she felt that regular annoyance return to her.
She didn't want to be frustrated with her normal, boring life again. She was sick of it, almost to the point where she could probably puke. This town was too small for her.
If she didn't get any action soon, she was sure that she would die from unamusement.
Yet she found herself getting out of bed and preparing herself for the day.
Undyne sat at her desk, fiddling with a piece of blue string that came off of her button-up. She tied it around her finger a few times before realizing how bored she truly was.
Fed up with her ennui, she hopped out of her seat and walked over to the filing cabinet in the corner of the room. She opened it, searching through the yellow files.
She was hoping to see a new piece of paper, but alas, she found none.
In a spout of rage, Undyne screamed through her teeth and slammed the drawer shut. Her force rattled the entire cabinet. She covered her eyes with her hands and slid down to the floor.
She stomped her foot in irritation. "This freakin' sucks." She stomped her foot again. "This freakin' sucks!"
There was a hesitant knock at the door. "Undyne? You okay in there?"
Undyne looked up and through the window, she could see the blurry shape of a police officer. She sighed, her hands dropping to her sides.
"Yeah, hold on." She rose to her feet and walked over to the door. She opened it, revealing an ice elemental.
He offered a smile of pity and jutted his thumb near the desks. "I heard you scream, so I came over." He looked over her shoulder. "You, uh, good?"
"I'm fine, don't worry about it, Vendi," she reassured him, dryly. "I...I think I'm gonna head home soon."
Vendi looked at Undyne with worry in his white eyes. He leaned against the doorway, concerned. "You sure you're okay? You've been kinda weird lately."
Undyne faked a smile. "I'm okay, dude. Just a bit frustrated it all." She scratched at the back of her head. "I'm sure a little sleep will fix it."
Vendi began to walk away from the door. "Alright, just don't push yourself too hard tonight." He turned on his heels and walked back to his desk.
Undyne closed the door and gnawed at the bottom of her lip. She looked out the window, noticing that the night sky was appearing. She massaged her temples.
At least she could go home to another dream.