After Mindy had paid she waited at the other side of the cash registers, keeping her hands behind her back and looking to see if Gavin was approaching. She was a bit nervous, she wasn't sure if Gavin would like it, but she hoped he would. At least it was practical.
Penalopy brushed passed Gavin to let him know she was there, but flew ahead to the exit and joined Mindy. "He's on his way," she whispered to her. "Ooohhh, whatyagot there?"
"Shht," Mindy whispered back. "It's a surprise for Gavin."
"Ah, that's so sweet~"
Mindy glanced around, while she could hear the Meloetta, she couldn't see her anywhere. She was probably still invisible, which was for the best.
"It's...not working?" Whitney said when she saw the glint in Li's eye. The Pokémon didn't seem captivated at all. Instead it looked angry.
Then the Hurricane hit the Miltank. Just as the Thunder Fang, how did a Poochyena know that, hit her Tauros.
"Miltank, Rollout!" Whitney quickly called.
The panting Miltank rolled up in a ball and went straight for Li, but it didn't seem to be as energetic as before.
The Tauras was also getting tired.
"Quick," Michael said when he noticed Whitney choose to give her Miltank an order first. "Finish it with a Tackle!" It seemed they actually had a chance to win this and defeat the larget Tauros.
"Come on, you can do it!" Bear shouted from the sideline, jumping from one foot to the other. "Show them what a strong Poochyena you are!"
"Your sister left," Saruya growled. "And you can't defeat us both."
Right now standing was hard enough, but she refused to show any signs of weakness to this defeated Mightyena. Embers etched around her mouth. "Scram!" she barked.
"Tea is always the safe choice," Andy agreed. "You can't boil water the wrong way and they just give costumers a tea bag to drop in. But Mitch is definitely my kind of Pokémon. Will you believe that none of my Pokémon care for coffee? Not one. Well, maybe Bear, but he gets all hyperactive from caffeine and he already is an energetic Primeape, so that's not a good idea."
"It takes two to flirt," Kim sighed. "If this will escalate it will also be Andy's fault." At least he would stop with flirting. Or at least Frosiien wouldn't let it get any further than that. Right? Suddenly worry that it might get further hit her. "Ehm, Mitch..." she whispered, making sure the humans walking in the front wouldn't hear her, but they seemed to be focussed on each other so the chances of that were low. Frosiien... only likes to flirt with humans, right? I mean, noting else, right?"