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"Run!" I screamed.
Cordy got out of the way of the giant robot in a flash as he began to stomp forward, destroying more of the cafe as he went.
I'm not quite sure why, but me and Lia followed the tall, long-legged red head as she ran towards the back of the cafe. I vaguely wondered what had possessed me to wear my brown, high-heeled boots today as I stumbled repeatedly. My body screamed at me as my jeans and tight, navy blue shirt rubbed against the raw, scabbed flesh underneath, reopening the thin wounds.
Cordy threw open the door to the kitchen, ignoring the "Employees Only" sign in thins time of chaos. We began to run through the maze of metal preparation tables and cooking appliances as the giant robot tore the wall down yet again.
My heart began to beat faster; the kitchen was only so small and so complicated to maneuver through, and he was huge and seemed like he could eat all the giant ovens and grills in the kitchen in a cereal bowl. As we ran, I scanned the area for a "Hail Mary". I spotted something that made my heart lift just a little.
"Hurry! The exit!" I shouted and pointed to the door in the back corner of the kitchen. We ran faster.
Lia looked behind her, not aware of the hose laying in her path. She tripped, landing on her right hand causing a sick crunching noise. She screamed. Cordy turned around eyes widening. We picked her up as fast as we could.
"We're almost there!" Cordy screamed as we began to run again. The giant robot seemed to be going slower now, as if being careful. I realized he was smarter then he looked, for he kept trying to avoid the gas ovens and grills as much as he could, he even turned off his spike wheel thing. 'He doesn't want them to explode...' I thought.
My spirits rose drastically as the door came within arms reach. Cordy started to ram against it. I tried to ram against it too, ignoring the ripping feeling in my sides. Lia summoned the strength to throw herself at it too, keeping her hand safe as best as she could. It wasn't working, and the robot was getting closer. Cordy tried to pull off the lock with her bare hands.
My eyes darted around, panicking. I spotted an ax inside a glass case that said "In Case of Emergency, Break Glass". 'I'm pretty sure this is an emergency!'
I punched the glass as hard as I could. It broke. My hand was fileted. Blood from both old and new wounds began to pour down my arm as I grabbed the ax with my good one.
"Cordy!" I yelled and tossed the ax.
She caught it heavily and brought its sharp end to the lock. The lock snapped after three swings. She kicked the door open.
"Ha!" she shouted in triumph. She turned around, ax still in hand and raised it towards the robot who was turning the corner. "Take that can-ass!" she screamed and threw it with all her strength, as the ax left her hands, her left arm went limp and she groaned in pain; she had dislocated it.
All of our eyes, even the four red ones of the robot widened as the ax missed and slammed its sharp-end clean into one of the gas grills.
"Fuck!" I screamed as an audible hissing sound along with the smell of gasoline filled the air. We ran out the door and down the alley as fast we could. We could hear the crashing of the robot trying to make his way out but it was soon stopped by an audible explosion.
We hit the ground, actually I sort of fell as the heel of my boot failed; my ankle popped. I covered my head with my hands as the explosion sent an intense wave of debris and heat outward.
We laid on the ground until the main part of the explosion was over and there was nothing but a wall of flame. Cordy and Lia staggered to me, helping me up. We gazed in amazement, shock, and fear at the inferno for a moment, Lia's expression only read fear though, as she started to tug us toward where the alley opened out to the street. I knew she hated fire and it was best we got out of there as soon as possible.
We began to hobble down the alley, Lia supporting me.
We froze at the revving of an engine. We darted around, seeing the cop car plunge through the wall of flame.
"OH C'MON!" Cordy screamed.
We ran, Lia practically dragging me. My ankle screamed. We were almost there, just around the corner...
We turned as we got to the street and then it all seemed to go in slow motion like those action scenes in the movies. (come to think of it, all of this was kinda like a movie)
The cop car sped out of the alley way, too fast to turn.
A blur of white, red, andblue t-boned the cop car.
It spun into the side of an old building.
Part of the buildings wall collapsed onto it.
The white car spun a bit but it hit the breaks with enough force that it stopped in mid-spin.
The car transformed.
A robot, a bit shorter than the other one, spun, did a flip, and finally landed in a mock "thinker"pose. He was white with a blue visor and a black head, blue and red racing stripes went vertical down his chest and his back. Some pointy things similar to cat ears protruded from his head. On his chest was a large, red number four. He gave a fun smirk which seemed impossible with his robotic lips.
"What's crackin' lil' bitches?" he said. His voice was smooth for a robot's. It was even kind of musical, it reminded you of the voices of famous rappers that so many dreamed to have. It had a sort of beat; a rhythm.
The rock that was just catapulted at his head fell to the ground, leaving a nice sized dent in the black metal. We stared at it as it rolled down the pavement. It stopped at my feet. I picked it up and looked at Cordy.
"Dare I even ask?" I said deadpan.
"He's one of those fucking robot things!" she shouted, pointing angrily at him with her good arm.
"And from what we just experienced you decided our best defense would be to throw a rock at him?"
"It was all I had! And besides he called us bitches!"
"But still, a rock?"
"May I interu-"
"No!" the red-head and I shouted, turning on the robot.
He seemed to shrink back, almost afraid. Lia sighed as we began to argue.
"Guys?" she said, trying to intervene. We continued to argue.
"Guys?" Still arguing.
She sighed again, getting frustrated. The robot just sat there, confused and amused at the same time.
She stalked over to us and pulled my pony-tail and one of Cordy's braids, ending our altercation. We yelped.
"GUYS!" she screamed. We stood straight and faced her quickly. "Let the dude talk!" We nodded and turned to him, still startled from our normally sweet, blonde friends outburst.
The robot looked from Lia to Cordy and I sheepishly, as though if he spoke a word he would explode.
"Are you guys glitched or somethin'?" he inquired.
Cordy growled and reached for the rock. Lia hit her upside the head. The red-head straightened like a board in two seconds flat.
"No, we're just special," Lia stated proudly.
"Like riding the short bus..." I sighed under my breath. Cordy snorted her weird, squeaky snort.
He shrugged and motioned to the crashed police car with his thumb. "Well, you ain't got nothin' to worry 'bout. I ain't a 'Con." he explained.
I tilted my head to the side. "What's a 'Con'?" I asked.
Our heads darted towards the cop car, however, as it feebly tried to start again; it's engine making a pitiful whirring noise.
The white robot quickly jumped up and did a flip again, transforming into a white Porsche Boxster Spyder as he did. The doors were thrown open by themselves.
"No time to explain, get in," the robots voice shouted from the speakers. We looked at each other hesitantly before hurrying to the car, me hobbling of course.
Cordy hopped into the shotgun side while I slid into the drivers seat. Lia kept darting around frantically.
"There's only two seats!" she cried.
"Then sit in my lap!" Cordy ordered. Lia carefully situated herself on Cordy's lap, trying not to hit her head on the roof of the car. Once everyone was in, I couldn't help but notice the inside of the car was very small.
"It's so cramped!" Lia groaned.
"One sec then!" the robot said over the speakers again. There was a click and the convertible top began to fold down. "'Kay! Now hold on tight!" Breaking the Law by Judas Priest began to boom through the stereos.
And with that, we sped off.
Ahahaha, I heard the song in the car and I thought it would be perfect for this. And hooray! My first action scene! :DDD Reviews please!