...nted a pretty clear
picture of what had happened. Jenny was furious, except... this was no
different then what she had done to him really. Each of them had betrayed the
other, broken the trust they placed so much importance on. “Then I guess...”
she concluded aloud, “Our relationship was a fraud to begin with.”
This was music to Brit's ears. Jenny's heart was broken,
and she was wallowing in misery. Brit hadn't imagined it would be this easy.
She even had Tiff hidden in the crowd in case she needed backup, but the way
things were going Tiff wouldn't have to show her face at all. Even if she left
right now, Jenny probably wouldn't show her face at school for a week, for fear
of running into Brad. But it wasn't good enough. Eventually Jenny would
recover, and return to school for a fresh start. Brit had to make sure Jenny
was so utterly humiliated and defeated that she would never return. Now that
she was in a vulnerable, receptive state, all Brit needed to do was push just
the right buttons...
“You'll be happier with Sheldon anyhow.” she said sympathetically,
placing a hand on Jenny's shoulder. “A human/robot relationship could never
have worked anyway. You just didn't belong. But with Silver Shell, you'll have
so much in common... you're both superheroes, both robots, both hopelessly
outcast from conventional...