Rules? Psh. Just one more obstacle to get through, most times. At least, that's how Sarah thought of them. She didn't much like things that restricted what she could do. It was hard enough following the rules that the immune had to follow in the first place. Anything past that, she'd find away to get around. "That kinda sucks. But you know what...you're tough. You'll get through it fine. With people to talk to, it won't be that bad. And if you do get too bored, I will tell you more jokes in person. Because I have a lot more where the ones in the notes came from." She grinned some. "You'll be ready to deal with the water soon enough. If it puts you anymore at ease, I'm going to curb stomp the next zombie I see that comes out of the water."
The retaliatory poke earned Rae a double poke. One to both her sides, and at the same time. "Boo-hoo, you're sick. I will poke you whenever I feel like it. It's in the best friend rights, or something." She stuck her tongue out at Rae, knowing full well that it was immature. But really, who cared? No one, that was who. "Nick won't do anything. He's a pansy." Technically, that wasn't true. Not by any stretch of the imagination. She just like saying things like that about her brother for the pure fun of it. That was definitely in the little sister rights, no two ways about it.
It's not like that and you know it. Ha. And ha, ha. Sarah actually couldn't keep herself from laughing a little bit. It was just too hard to keep it back. "First off, you should know that 'stop', 'don't', and 'no' are three words that don't register to my brain. Secondly...that might be what you think about it, but what you think and what I know are two completely different things." Denial was more than a river in Egypt. And Rae was up to her eyeballs in it. "I know you. Therefore I know that that's a lie."