Lets go to base.
Speeding in a car is fun, but speeding in a car through the desert is a lot more fun! Out here in the desert, no rules apply at all, besides two... which is not to get ghosted and to not get brainwashed. But besides those two you can do whatever you want!
You can drive a car as fast as you want without the risk of hitting something, that is if you count a Drac as a thing then yeah that's a risk... but it's funny to run them over! And then there are cactuses which are an actual pain in the ass... I should know. Also there is no speed limit in the desert so you don't get pulled over if you pass the speed limit. You don't even have to slow down for anything unless you need to stop. When you're a killjoy you get to do anything, like kill idiots for fun! And, what makes driving a beaten up old Trans-Am better now? Well, it's the hilarious view in the back!
I would look through the rear view mirror once in a while, watching Spike be goofy. It was just entertaining to watch a dog in a car because of their reactions when they stick their head out the window.
Spike had his head out the open car window, his tongue sticking out and flapping through the wind blowing on his face. His eyes were squinting and his ears blew behind his head. And it looked like he was smiling and nothing is as funny than a doggy smile.
I giggled a little, putting my focus back on the "road". I couldn't wait to have the gang meet Spike! This dog is going to change everything back at base! Not only can Spike kick ass and scare Dracs, but he could cheer everyone up.
I smiled at the thought of the gang's reaction. I then noticed the diner up ahead, getting closer as I drove, slowing down a little.
Now, now. The diner is important for one reason. Us Fabulous Killjoys have our base... in the diner! Well, not exactly in the diner, it's more like under it. The diner is basically just a kitchen area.
You see, there is a secret the diner has that nobody but us killjoys know about. There is an underground tunnel that leads to the actual base. Our underground base, which is home, a training ground. It's just awesome! And only we know how to get there. Korse and his goons don't know how to get there, passing killjoys don't know. It's just us!
"We'll be there in a minute Spike," I told the dog, who wasn't paying any attention at all. He was enjoying the wind in his face and I could tell by his smile. Silly dog...
I pulled to a stop in front of the diner once I reached it, pulling the keys out of the ignition. Spike pulled his head back in the car, whining a little. I looked at him. "I'm sorry Spike. I know you liked the wind but I had to stop, okay? We're here..." I then looked out of the windshield, looking at the diner. "At your new home."
Spike barked as if he was cheering, and I smiled, opening the car door to let myself and Spike out. I looked at Spike. "You need to go to the bathroom before we go inside?" I asked, running my pale hand through my rainbow hair. Spike barked and ran behind a nearby bush, doing his business. I'm guessing boys need privacy too... even though they do walk on all fours...
I giggled and went inside the back of the car a second to get my backpack of supplies, checking through it. "Food, weapons, girly needs... dog hair. Wait..." I looked up, noticing something that made my eyes wide. "Holy shit that is a lot of dog hair!" Dog hair was on the back of the driver and passenger seat. I then looked behind me and saw dog hair as well. There was even dog hair in my backpack!
"Oh man! Party is gonna freak!" I got my backpack and got out of the car, closing the door and threw the bag over my shoulder. I then started to think. Party is going to flip out when he sees all that dog hair... hmmm... looks like I'm going to laugh my ass of tonight.
I walked to the diner door and remembered that Spike was behind a bush. "Spike!" I called, watching the dog run up to me. "You ready to go inside and meet the crew?"
Spike barked and I opened the diner door, letting him inside. I closed the door behind me when I got inside, putting on the alarm system. I'm just surprised that the alarm didn't go off. Oh well, someone was probably just a lazy ass.
I pointed to the back of the diner so Spike can go there. "Back here Spikey." He walked to the back as I followed and saw that he looked confused when he just saw a blank wall. Spike just sat there, his head tilted with one ear up, it was an adorable sight. I laughed at Spike as I went to go find the light switch to the hall.
Once I found the light switch I pressed on it instead of flicking it. A door then revealed itself on the wall, causing Spike to jump back and growl at the once invisible door. "Spike it's okay." I started to pet the dog to calm him a little. "It was only invisible to hide the base."
Yeah, we are sneaky killjoys. That door is our secret door to hide where the true base is. That's why nobody else knows about the secret. The door turns invisible then reappears if you press a certain switch.
I opened the door and went through it, looking at the steep and spirally staircase. I told Spike to run down and I watched him go down the fancy stairs. That is the only thing I don't understand about the underground base. Why is the staircase the spiral kind? What if something really bad happened and we needed to evacuate the base immediately? The world may never know why there is a fancy ass staircase.
I closed the door and saw the red button on the wall that we use. It works like the light switch. It makes the door appear, or disappear. It goes both ways baby! Ha, I make myself laugh.
I pressed the button and ran down the stairs and saw the long tunnel to go to base. And Spike was also chasing his tail, not giving a single fuck about anything. I whistled and got Spike's attention. "No butt chasing now boy! We still have a long way to go."
I walked up to the dog and told him to stay by my side, continuing to walk down the long tunnel. The tunnel is always my favorite part. We keep our weapons and masks in capsules on the wall. It's very cool to see all the things and whenever we go to battle, we get our things on the way.
Spike and I reached a dead end to the tunnel and I giggled. Here's another trick! "Spike, stay here. I'll be back," I told the dog. Spike whined a little bit, making me giggle even more. I then backed up a little and started to run for the wall. Spike barked at me as if to tell me to stop, but I continued and then I was through the wall, in base.
"Hey guys! I'm here!" I shouted. I immediately tackled to the floor by Radio Harlequin, the one we call the little sister of the group for a reason. "Hi Radio."
"Did you get it?" she asked, obviously talking about the chocolate bar I said I would get her. "Did you? Did you? Did you? Please tell me you did."
"Yes! And if you get off of me I'll give you it."
"Yay!" She jumped off of me and I got up, getting my bag and pulling out a candy bar she snatched out of my hand instantly. "Thanks!" She then skipped off. What a crazy nineteen year old.
I giggled and saw Nightmare Fuel, one of my best friends of the group that I can call a sister. "Hey Fuel!"
She looked at me and smiled. "Sup!"
"I have a question."
"Do you know where Party is, I need to ask him something."
Yeah, I'll try to update tonight since this was sucky. R&R!