Two years seemed like a lifetime, but it seemed as though Kon didn’t want to dwell on that topic and Lois wasn’t about to force the issue. She couldn’t help but laugh at his comments about the football team. She had the same assessment for the ones at the number of high schools she had attended over the years and while it was definitely a stereotype and not all of them were idiots, the ones who gave the sport a bad name seemed to be much more vocal about it. At least in her opinion they were.
“Just think though, only one more year of school and then the world is yours to do with as you please,” Lois pointed out, polishing off her slice. Though she wasn’t sure how much anyone could really accomplish during an Apocalypse, but it wasn’t like that little mess was stopping her from trying to do what she could at the small city paper. So if Kon had a dream he wanted to accomplish, she didn’t see any reason he couldn’t do it. “Unless of course you want to do more school and go on to college. I hear some people are forever students. That could be you.” She steeled her expression at that comment, trying to sound very serious even though she was cracking up on the inside. She’d seen from his post just how much he despised attending school and the idea of him being a lifelong student was amusing.
She quirked her lips at him, gathering up her trash to throw away. “And please, Kon, you wouldn’t make it one mile if you tried to kidnap me to India.”