Kuki stood at the front of the line. They were at Dairy Queen. Everyone in the line was either groaning, or cussing under their breath.
"OH! How about the Rooty Tooty Fresh and Fruity!" Kuki said. She nodded at that and paid the cashier. Wally was already at their table, half asleep.
"Oh, hi Kuki." Wally said. He shoved some of his ice cream into his mouth. Then, Kacey pushed the door to Dairy Queen open. Seeing Kuki and Wally, she flipped out.
"KUKI!" Kacey screamed. Kuki was startled, and jumped back, landing on top of Wally.
"Calm down, at least she got him to talk." Abby said. Kacey pulled a powdered donut out of her pocket and munched on it. Kiki drooled at the sight of ice cream and dreamily walked toward the counter. Following close behind her, Hoagie.
"Kuki, there's, uh, something I gotta tell ya." Wally said. He rubbed the back of his neck. He wondered if Kuki would not make a huge deal out of him being a were-wolf.
"Yeah Wally?" Kuki took a big spoonful of ice cream. Wally gulped.
"Well, that wolf bite, it changed me." Wally said.
"Ya, mood swings." Kuki said. She snickered and took more ice cream.
"NO!" Wally yelled. Kuki gave him the "Told Ya So" look. "I- I mean....."
"Spit it out!" Kuki said. Wally nearly choked.
"IT CHANGED MY WAY OF HOW I TREAT PEOPLE!" Wally screamed at the last second. Then, he saw the sun set. Kuki noticed that he was acting nervous.
"You OK?" She asked. Wally handed Kuki five dollars.
"I gotta go! See ya!" He dashed out of the restaurant.
"Why'd you let him go?" Megan asked.
"I didn't! He ran out!" Kuki argued.
"Fate HAD to ruin my chance with Kuki." Wally said to himself. He looked in the mirror as soon as he got home. Everything was furry, except for his face. He groaned. Then, a knock at the door made him forget everything.
“Open up, Blubber Brain!” Kiki yelled.
“Oh, shut up.” Kacey told her.
“Wally! Please open the door!” It was Kuki. She sounded upset.
“I- I can’t.” Wally said.
“Why not?” Kuki asked. It was the 2nd time she asked.
“Well, I can’t tell you the reason on why I can’t open the door.” Wally said. Then, with his new super, strong nose, he smelt something good. “Are those cookies?” He asked.
“Um, they’re still down-stairs in the oven.” Kacey said.
“Well, they smell good.” Wally said.
“We can’t even smell them!” Kiki said. “How come you can?” Wally stammered.
“Cuz whoever made them is a good cook?” Wally made up. Kacey snickered.
“I made them!” Kiki shouted. Kacey laughed hysterically.
“Well, I think you’re a good cook.” Wally said. Now Kuki was laughing too. Kiki smacked them both.
“Alright, I’ll let this one slide. But if you try to be funny again, I’ll destroy you.” Kiki said. “Twerp.” She walked off. Kacey was laughing again. She followed Kiki. Kuki put her arm against Wally’s door. She sighed, and then walked off. Wally hit his head on the wall.
“I’m such a moron.” He said.
“Ain’t that the truth.” A voice said. Wally turned around to see a girl about Kacey’s age standing there. There was only one thing that made her different.
She was a were-wolf too.