“I like nice ties,” I said. “And suits, obviously.”
The receptionist was still looking at me funny and she kind of bounced up and down in her pleather chair. I saw her talking to the other receptionists behind the desk and then she headed over to my dad. Before she got there, my dad grabbed his attaché case out of its cubicle and put it on his shoulder. He picked up his bright red scarf from the couch where all our jackets had been thrown before we left the office for lunch. He put it around his neck once he got back to his desk, pulled out a pair of reading glasses, and started working again on whatever legal crap he’d been working on before we showed up unannounced at his rescue party for himself.
She plopped down in one of our chairs next to him and pointedly ignored me when I tried sitting next to him on any other spot in the office that wasn’t covered by documents or folders or bits of paper taped together into cones with crayons stuck in them—all things that were not meant for people with our very specific legal needs . It’s hard enough being an Avenger when you’re allowed to go out in public without wearing your weird clothes under normal circumstances but when you’re trying to do cool dramatic things like taking your dad’s hot ex-girlfriend home while wearing a bespoke suit is not recommended at all . If they’d only let me marry Lara Croft… That
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