Alice slowly opened the door to her cabin and dust flew everywhere. She coughed and waved the dust away from her face.
"There's a lot more where that came from, Honey." Mouse said.
She was right. The whole cabin seemed to be filled with dust and sand.
"Uhg, when was the last time someone stayed in these cabins?" Alice said, closing the door behind her.
Mouse shrugged. She was stretched out on the bottom bunk of one of the beds.
"Oh my God, this is so sick." Stephanie complained, sitting down on the other bed, "I can not stay here."
"I'm not too thrilled either..." Alice mumbled to herself.
Stephanie turned her head toward Mouse and said, "I'm sure the pig is completely fine with it."
"I think the Barbie has her animals mixed up." Mouse said.
She got up and walked over to Stephanie.
"A pig is the yucky pink one." Mouse said slowly, "A mouse is the smart one who doesn't spend all of my time putting on makeup and getting plastic surgery."
Stephanie sneered, "You're such a smartass... And I didn't get plastic surgery."
"Yeah? Then where'd you get those things?" Mouse said, gesturing to Stephanie's breasts.
"Mouse!" Alice hissed.
Stephanie looked offended and said, "They're real! At least I don't look like a bag of lard!"
"Hey, hey." Hilary said, standing between Mouse and Stephanie, "Come on, chill out. Look, we're all girls here. I'm sure-"
"Are you sure about that?" Stephanie said, glaring at Mouse.
"I'm sure," Hilary repeated, "That we can all find at least one thing we have in common besides our genders, school, and grade."
Stephanie and Mouse glared at each other and Hilary said, "Now, Stephanie, what do you like to do?"
Stephanie pursed her lips for a second and answered, "Making out with hot guys. Make the freshman feel bad about themselves..."
"She also likes killing puppies and beating up old ladies." Mouse said, and Stephanie hit her upside the head.
Mouse stared at her and yelled, "What the hell?"
"Hey, hey, hey!" Hilary said, "Calm down, both of you. Now... What do you say we settle our differences in a civilized-"
Stephanie pushed Hilary out of the way and grabbed Mouse's shoulders.
Mouse fought back and Hilary fell into Alice.
Alice caught her and Hilary said, "Thanks."
"No problem." Alice said, clasping her hands together, "So, what should we do about them?"
Hilary pursed her lips, "I don't know. What do you think?"
Alice thought about it and said, "Well, I don't think either of us really have much of a chance at stopping them..."
Hilary looked at her and Alice said, "Wait for them to cool down?"
Hilary shrugged and they both sat down on one of the beds and watched the other two girls fight.
"I feel bad." Hilary said, smiling a little.
"Weird, isn't it?" Alice said.
Hilary nodded anxiously.