It’s always something

Ken hurried through the corridors toward the mess. He couldn’t help a growl of frustration as he came upon the scene. Robin and David were at it… again. It seemed like he spent most of his day breaking up fights between the two.

He waded through the onlookers. Then, in spite of his smaller size, he shoved the pair apart. “Stop it,” he snapped. Robin backed off, but David wasn’t done. Ken turned to face him.

“He started,” David said, taking a step back.

Robin gasped. “I started?”

“I’m finishing it!” Ken snapped. “It’s done, or else!” Neither one argued.

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