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"Not good enough! You just did it again!"
"I'm doing the best I can here!"
"Then do better!"
A repressed growl built up in the back of Turbo's throat, but he held it there, instead contenting himself with simply glowering at Vanellope. It was his third day of glitch training, and so far, the only thing he had achieved was succeeding in not breaking down again or showing his mounting frustration in a form other than anger. It wasn't just the glitching that grated on his nerves, but also everything else about his new lifestyle: the isolation of being forced to spend every day under strict supervision in the castle, the constant suspicious glares that Ralph and Sergeant Calhoun (the crazy soldier lady) were subjecting him to, and the disorienting transition of trying to come to terms with the loss of his game and his coworkers. But in its own devious way, being a glitch was the worst part of it all.