Smirking, despite herself, she nodded to Logan. "Right." Her lips closed tightly. She kind of hated him for bringing that up. Hated it in a good way, not in a murderous way. It wasn't fair. But she'd heard somewhere that life actually wasn't fair at all. Why would this be any different? They should have drawn up contracts before 'working' together. Then she could simply tell him to stop breaching the rules of agreement.
Um. Then again. Both Logan and her tended to break all rules of polite society. Dammit. No wonder they were so hated.
"The shopping cart isn't an investment. It's got wear and tear, that's how we know it's served customers like us loyally for years." She patted the handle. "It's not the wobbly part that scares me, it's the thought of all the germs." Yea, she hoped that freaked him out. He wasn't a germaphobe (to her knowledge), but he was in new territory nonetheless.
"I see myself as more of a supporter of The Powerpuff Girls, sadly I think they're out of style." Sauntering through the aisles of clothing, leaving Logan to push the cart, she thumbed at flimsy-looking T-shirts. The aisles were narrow, but a cart COULD get through them.
She was price-conscious, looking at the clearance stuff. She wondered ever-so-idly if she should consider getting something 'cute', dare she say, 'sexy-ish'. But getting caught 'trying' to look like anything would hurt her pride so she grabbed a couple basic T-shirts, one with blue stripes. She snatched things quickly - socks, the full gamut, piling them together in a corner of the cart. Veronica was soon done, Logan looking around like the lights were too bright and aware that he'd missed out on some golden opportunities to mock her when she'd had to find underwear in her size, put together in a plastic package of four.
Sucking on the inside of her lower lip she waited for him to say something. She didn't want to be bossy. But he was taking too long, looking off in the distance at a TV display that was showing clips of Disney movies. "Stop hallucinating and move?" she suggested, a bit of bossiness in her tone.