Levi could feel his body tensing with each drop of water, hunched over his desk with his eyebrows furrowed, tired eyes scanning what had to be one of the dumbest legal cases he had ever seen in the history of time. He pushed his reading glasses up so he could pinch the bridge of his nose with his fingertips, the incessant plink of water falling into the tub reverberated in his eardrums. If he did not escape the obnoxious water flowing from his bathtub he was going to murder somebody.
Shooting up from his chair in a fit of wrath he stalked over to his bathroom and kicked the bathtub faucet with the heel of his boot twice. Th
Never before had an inanimate object been on your list of mortal enemies, but the consistent pestered ticking of the black oval clock on the wall above your desk dug itself deep into your skin. Each click it shot out into the quiet space of your office was like a slap in the face, mocking and mimicking you while you sat behind the jail cell of a desk you had been practically chained to since the accident on the zip line. It wasn't bad the first few days, Erwin let you help supervise the simple activities and since every Wednesday was a free day you were able to bask in the sun by the lake while everyone else swam and raced in the water. Sa
A faceless demon that mercilessly paired up with karma so that whatever action you had ignored would somehow bite you straight in the ass. To you, taking a titan head on seemed more inviting than endless loads of paperwork. You could think of nothing worse than sitting on a wooden chair that felt as though it was truly made of broken glass armed with an itchy quill that would ultimately lead to hand cramps. Finding reasons to negate your clerical work as a lieutenant had been surprisingly easy, mostly because of your lack of pickiness over what task needed done.
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