"Yeah, they keep decent enough food downstairs. All the basics and stuff. Ham and bologna for sandwiches, but not turkey or roast beef like I like, but that's because those aren't the most common sandwich preferences out there." Or, Stephanie noticed, the most inexpensive sandwich meats. Why the hell did roast beef cost so much anyway? "But on the other hand, now I have to buy all the stuff instead of just putting it on the grocery list for my mom to pick up later so I now get to see how expensive some of my favorite foods are compared to others. Meaning, I'll be eating ham instead of roast beef for a little while now anyway." But that didn't really bother Stephanie all that much anyway. It wasn't like switching sandwich meats was the biggest sacrifice ever.
"Already used to fighting the big fight, huh?" Stephanie said with a grin and a slight chuckle. "That just sounds like something else we've got in common." Granted, it wasn't like Xander was the only person she ever met she had that in common with. Far from it, actually. And it wasn't quite apocalypses that Stephanie fought against, but some of the criminals she'd faced could easily be considered monsters.
But what Xander said about a girl having a job at a comic shop being an appealing trait, that actually made Stephanie laugh some. She wasn't exactly known for being the most popular girl in the world in the guy department, after all. "Appealing, right. A lot of these guys, I've got to admit. They're probably just thrown by seeing a real life human girl, because they really seem like the kinds of people that have spent way too much time on the computer in their mom's basement." Several of them came off as really creepy, too. But sadly not in a way that meant she could just punch them. "And I've flipped through the first couple issues of my comics, it seems to be a while behind me. I don't even have my Batgirl suit in them yet. But over all, I can't really say I've read much in the way of comics since I was a kid." After all, once you started wearing a mask yourself it kinda seemed to make reading about superheroes kinda... pointless.