Dulga gave Jett a hard stare as he teleported between his words. Seemed like his quirk was back now, but gone haywire. She wondered if this was normal for him but put that thought aside. He didn't seem to be in any peril and certainly hasn't shown that he's needed his quirk. As for the talk with his mother, Dulga just shrugged. "She wanted to talk about the the last Hero class training. We had a disagreement." Dulga had no intentions of fully discussing what had happened. Chances are Mina might've heard some of the things Dulga had said; Dulga herself was too emotionally charged to have bothered keeping herself quiet or paying attention to her surroundings. Plus she wouldn't be surprised if her discussion with Adriana eventually gets discovered by everyone else. Dulga didn't care to keep secrets, but she wasn't going to talk freely about it either. And without skipping a beat or showing an ounce of emotion she also lied to Jett's face. "She also wanted to know if you made any advances on me. I told her you peeped on me. She'll talk to you about it later."
Turning to Mina, Dulga stomped her foot on the ground to show that it was okay. "It was a good thing I wore my good boots. It still hurts but I'll be fine." Mina also mentioned Jett's grandfather being rather familiar with Mina, mentioning his relationship with Mina's mother. Dulga looked away sarcastically and thought otherwise, but she had already teased Jett. Going for a double may tip him off to her deception so Dulga elected to talk about something else. "I figured he spoke to you about the same thing Haven-san's mother spoke to me about." Dulga looked at Mina in the eyes and tried to get a read on her current emotions. She wondered if Mina took the conversation the same was as Dulga did; openly defiant but reluctantly acknowledge her issues.
And then someone else came. At first Dulga thought it was Fumika, but the moment she started talking it annoyed Dulga. The way she spoke, the lingo and the attitude, it reminded Dulga all too much of the stuck-up bitches from middle school. The ones who would talk shit about Dulga's appearance and attitude, but never had the courage to actually get in her face about it. And while Dulga had learned to ignore them for the most part, that didn't mean it still didn't bother her. It just reminded her how much of an outcast she was, especially since there was nothing she could do to stop them. What was worse however was how fake they were. Upfront they seemed like nice girls who were just doing innocent and girlie things, but you don't even need to turn your back for too long before their vicious side showed up. And while Dulga didn't know this child she already didn't have a good impression of her.
Then she started asking Jett about Fumika. Dulga had already gotten some idea that maybe this girl was related to Fumika; they looked similar enough. And the fact she was also Motome pretty much cemented that. Then she talked about some sort of incident that happened; Dulga was vaguely aware that some drama had occurred in front of the dorms, but it wasn't something she was concerned about. All she knew that it had to do with Fumika's friends and presumably that's Harukaze. Once Dulga figured that out, she could easily deduce what was going on. This girl, Asuka, was sent on Harukaze's behalf to speak to Jett or Fumika. And if Dulga had to guess, Harukaze is nearby. Asuka didn't seem the type to play middleman unless she was dragged along for it, but Dulga could see Asuka being forced to send a message if one side got cold feet. Dulga has seen this tactic before.
She wasn't going to let this facade go any longer.
"Just tell her to come here. If she's serious she should say it to his face." Snorting, Dulga turned to walk away. "If she wants to speak to Haven-san alone I will be leaving soon. I'd suggest you two come to an understanding. This," Dulga motioned towards Asuka. "Is going to cause a lot of problems. Especially if this is how you talk to Fumika-san." Dulga had little interest getting involved in this drama between Jett and his other love interests. As much as she's willing to joke at his expanse, the current path is just going to result in a lot of heartbreak and agony. Dulga has enough angst to deal with on her own.