A bubble bath was vaguely terrifying to Elphaba. Well actually, it was more than vaguely terrifying. She hadn't liked the bubble Galinda had traveled by in Oz, she hadn't liked the bubble she'd been accidentally trapped in. Why did Bonnie think that she'd like a bath full of bubbles? The only redeeming part of this was the friendship bracelet making. She'd never even heard of such a thing before, let alone think things like it existed. But once Bonnie had explained it to her, she really thought it was a nice way to show friendship. It was something to keep with her anywhere she went, and she did like that thought.
Elphaba was standing in her room, playing and tugging at the ends of her long dark hair a bit nervously. She was nervous for the whole getting in the bathtub because that involved taking off clothes and Elphaba didn't like that thought. She liked keeping herself as clothed as possible, showing as little skin as she could. The less green that showed, the better. When she heard the knock, followed by Bonnie's voice, she looked up and couldn't help but arch an eyebrow.
"I'm as ready as I'll ever be," she replied, a little smile crossing her face. It was strange, this smiling thing, but she wasn't averse to it. "So, how does this work? The bubble bath, I mean." She couldn't help but be skeptical of anything that concerned bubbles.