Normally Andy wasn’t a smoker, she didn’t care much for it, she did however enjoy other things that were probably frowned upon by most, not that she was even going to mention them there. She looked at Adele and then at Allan, the woman really seemed to like to irritate the man, and, he wasn’t particularly pleased with it. It was quite an enjoyable situation, she would have preferred if she wasn’t in the middle of it, but since she was and there was nothing, she could do about it, she had to enjoy the rest. She remained quiet for the time being as Allan spoke.
She didn’t bother to read the damn book, she looked through it, well, she looked at it, opened it and closed it again, not the type of books she enjoyed reading, but at least now she knew that it was a rule, a rule she probably would break again but at least knew she should get rid of the evidence. As much as Andy disliked children under a certain age, she could understand the concern about the child, she just didn’t like children, she wasn’t that heartless, but she still didn’t care for the others. She still couldn’t reply to the man, she had no idea how to fight back his logic.
Andy looked at Adele to speak but simply remained quiet, watching the woman. She did have some courage, which in a way it only made Andy admire her, probably in a twisted way, but she did admire the woman who was not afraid to lose her job, sadly, Andy was, she was sort of attached to her way of life and she needed the money to eat, it wasn’t like she could survive out of thing air. “I have a question, we can’t smoke, but can we eat?” obviously Andy’s question wasn’t completely innocent, but she wasn’t going to snitch to Allan, as much as kids weren’t her thing she was growing attached to the job and she still needed to eat.