“What the hell is this?”
“That’s a wall Alex,” Max answered.
“Thank you Captain Obvious,” D muttered from beside me.
“She put up a fucking wall,” I said in disbelief.
“Looks like you pissed her off pretty good with that last writing stunt,” Max called out cheerfully from where he was exploring further along.
“This is … ” I shook my head.
“Huge?” D offered as we stepped back and looked up and up.
Yeah, good word. “A huge overreaction babe!” I yelled as I stepped forward and pounded a fist against the brickwork.
“I found a hammer,” Max holds up a hammer. Not a sledge hammer, a claw hammer.
“You want to try to breakthrough the wall with that?”
“Not me, him.” Max pointed at me.
“Like fuck,”I muttered, taking the hammer from him and throwing it away. “Babe, you’re being ridiculous,” I told the wall. Yeah, the irony was not lost on me.
“I think you’re gonna need that hammer man.” D pointed at the wall where words were appearing.
“Oh fuck me,” I sighed and went to find the hammer.