Re: Pre into Post-Lockdown, Outside, Open.
She couldn't help but laugh slightly at his advice, though not a lot of humour managed to make it through. "Oh please, like the bollocks isn't my fucking go to place. I'll make sure I get some damage in for you." She wondered if she sounded calm, if she sounded like this was all perfectly fine and she knew what she was doing, or if he could hear her shaking.
Still there was no way she wasn't getting out of this in one piece, so far as she could tell no one had been hurt, with was comforting. It was all going to be fine. "Yeah-yeah, I'm gone. I'll see you soon, Malc," she called, one last pathetic touch of the door in front of her before she moved away, still half listening out him, just in case.