Okay, I've survived two days so far, here I go to day three, let's see how long it lasts. Alice thought as she got ready to go to work.
Alice had seen the cleaning supplies Burger Wonderland provided and was not pleased. She pulled out a small beach bag from her closet and began filling it with more appropriate tools. Disinfectant spray, a scrub brush, plastic gloves, an unused toothbrush, and dozens more.
Alice arrived at work, carrying her bagful of supplies. Her boss, Mr. Anderson, looked at her curiously. "What'cha got there, young lady?"
"Oh, just tools." Alice said and she walked into the bathroom. She almost gagged, "Yikes!" She said, taking out a can of air freshener. Alice started spraying it all over the room. She put the air freshener back in her bag and, gathering up her courage, walked slowly towards the first stall. She put on a pair of the plastic gloves and pushed open the door. "Ughh..." She moaned, taking out the air freshener again. Alice bent down and reluctantly started scrubbing the toilet seat with a heavy-duty sponge. This is awful! Did Mouse do anything when she was supposed to be cleaning this dump? Alice gagged, the smell was awful. She scrubbed each toilet seat for about ten, maybe fifteen minutes, trying to get them as clean as possible. Alice scrubbed the four sinks for about seven minutes each, cleaning off the handles especially.
Alice came out of the Burger Wonderland bathroom at about 6:00 p.m., her hair neatly tucked into a red bandana, triumphantly holding a mop in one hand and a spray bottle of disinfectant in the other. Mouse was leaning against the wall, waiting for her. "Alice, let me tell you, you are the only person I know who takes three and a half hours to clean a bathroom. Only one! Can you believe that?"
Alice laughed, "Well, now it's clean."
Mouse, Mr. Anderson, and all of the other employees stared in awe at the sparkling clean bathroom. "Woah." Mouse said, "Um, good job... Alice."
Alice smiled happily and went home, proud of her hard work.