Disclaimer: I don't own the Lucky Charms cereal, General Mills does.
Totally Random Lucky Charms.
"Crap, I'm late! I'm really in for it now if I don't hurry."
Sarah Hawkins jogged down the road, muttering angrily to herself. She was late for school for the third time this week. The principal had already warned her that she would end up being expelled if she continued to be tardy, and the way things were going that was a guaranteed certainty.
Huffing for breath, it was difficult to do much except run, but, still, she attempted to continue her complaints, despite the fact that it was getting hard to breath, much less talk.
"If I didn't oversleep this wouldn't be happening. Why do these things always happen to me?!"
Squeezing her eyes shut, she forced her tired legs to move even faster. Suddenly she bumped into someone and skidded to a halt. The other person however kept running, and she turned to see who it was.
A little girl, who she noted was old enough to be in school, but was obviously ditching, sprinted in the opposite direction, clutching something in her hands.
'What in the-' Sarah's train of thought was broken when someone, or something raced past her at full speed.
All she heard was a loud cry of, "Unhand me Lucky Charms!" and then someone crying.
When the dust from the person's racing feet settled, (he was running pretty fast,) she saw a little man in a green hat and outfit and the girl from earlier. The girl was pouting and crying quite loudly, while the man (who appeared to be a leprechaun) grinned and said triumphantly, "That'll teach ya to steal me Lucky Charms!"
She blinked and then realized that the girl had a HUGE bump on her head, and the man had a box of cereal in his hands. Sweat-dropping, she thought, 'All that over a box of cereal? Geeze, why don't people just buy it in the store like their supposed to?'
Shaking her head, she moved to leave, but then saw the little girl was STILL crying.
With an exaggerated sigh, Sarah walked over to the girl. By now, the leprechaun had gone, and she took the girl's hand, smiling tolerently.
"So, kid, ya want some cereal?"
The girl nodded and sniffed childishly, looking at her with big, watery eyes.
"Alright, let's go get some."
And she walked the child to the store, knowing full well there would be hell to pay for ditching school.
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