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It was a fine Saturday morning in the city of Detroit as the techno-organic autobots made their way down the street. They had all decided to hang out since Cassandra had managed to get the day off. Cassandra stretched her arms to help herself relax.
"Glad to have the day off, Cassie?" Aurora asked.
"You have no idea, Auro," Cassie replied, "It gets really hectic at the bakery sometimes."
"I bet. So what do you guys think we should do with this fine day?" Mittie said.
"Oh! Oh! I have an idea!" Kia said raising her hand in the air.
"Oh boy," Lisa sighed.
"This can't end well," Tamara replied.
"Hey, I haven't even said anything yet," She said indignantly, "How do you know you're not gonna like it?"
"Your calls aren't the best, shortstuff," Tamara said accusingly.
"Shortstuff? Say that to my face!" Kia said angrily.
"I would but I don't feel like crouching," Tamara retorted.
"Crouching?!?" Kia waved her hands towards Tamara trying to get a hold of her, bu
TF: Welcome to your new homeKnockout did not usually yell and leap backwards, then scramble for cover behind a medberth, but when he does, he almost drops his buffer. Almost being the key word. "What is that... THING?" asked the medic, clear distaste on his face as he kept the berth between himself and his assistant.TF: Welcome to your new home in General Fiction
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"He's a sparkling," said Breakdown, smiling happily. "Isn't he cute?"
"That thing is not cute, Breakdown. My aft is cute," said Knockout, sniffing as he looked down his olfactory sensor at the sparkling, finally straightening up.
"Mmmhmmm. Well I still think he's cute."
"That's lovely. Get rid of it."
"No!" said Breakdown, looking horrified. "I can't do that! He was all alone!"
"Breakdown, you do not just pick up things that are 'all alone'."
"Okay so I tried to lose him at first, but he was scared and upset! What did you expect me to do?"
"Ground bridge back and leave him where he was." The sparkling looked up then, at Knockout, who promptly gave him a look of disgust. "That thing is not the least b