"Oh," she said. So he wasn't a mutant, then. She had been sure, but if it was magic, that did kind of rule it out. Well, not like that was such a huge thing. It just meant that she could cross Get Rufio to come to terms with his mutant identity off of her to-do list. And it wasn't like. It being able to fly was the worst thing to ever happen to a person, right? Okay, so it would be for her, and I had been for a bunch of her friends. Maybe he was really devastated by it, like M-day all over again. She decided to try making him laugh. Humor was good for moments like these, right?
She grinned. "I'd offer to dust you, but I've never seen mine make anyone fly. And I don't think you'd feel up to talking after. Not talking normally, anyway, people tend to babble and it never makes any sense to me."
She giggled. "Yeah, maybe. Maybe I should pick my next job like that. 'Most likely to let me show off in front of everyone, especially people I'm currently upset with.'"