“How come you got the cook fuckin’ aisle?!” She scoffed playfully and giggled. “It really would be a magical experience for finding something else, granted the salt was a good find…” she trailed off “Hey, there’s gotta be a storage room in here somewhere. We should check that out too.” She said picking up book of the shelf and stuffing them in her duffle. “Never know their might be some pepper packets or somethin like that back there.” She shrugged.
He chuckled and nodded in agreement. “Alright, let’s check it out.” He readied his bow with a licorice whip hanging from his mouth. He quickly made his way to the back of the store and opened the door leading to the back. He was expecting to see a few walkers back here, seeing as how it’s where some of the workers would most likely be. He looked at the big crates all aroud. Some of them were just rotting fruits and veggies and others were packs of deodorant and other toiletries.
She peaked into the storeroom behind Daryl “God it smells like ass in here.” She gave a disgusted look “Oh wow… deodorant…” She jumped about excited “I think we need to take this back to camp for sure.” She sighed “I think the ladies, especially, will be happy about this pack.” She knew she was, she sure as hell didn’t like smelling like a pig just after his mud bath all day. She minded her steps, hoping to not step on anything rotten on the way, and headed further back into the storage room.
He examined a few more crates before following her quietly. “See anything yet?” He asked, whispering. He saw more crates, most of them filled with useless things and spoiled foods. “Davan, I’m not seein’ any spices. Maybe we should head back. Don’t wanna be gone from camp too long and we still got the rest of the town ta explore.”
She nodded “Alright then, lets hit the next place then.” She smirked, pausing a moment to get another glance of the store room as if something would pop out in front of her. She sighed. “We’re having a bit more luck than I expected though.” She bit her lip. “Where to next?”
He nodded and turned back to head out the way they had come. “Drug store. Don’t worry, its right next ta the police department,” he chuckled and winked at her. “I’m surprised we haven’t seen any walkers, y’know?” He smiled happily and looked over his shoulder at her.
She smirked “Oh is it now?” and raised her brow playfully “What about the bar? We gonna hit that up as well?” She grinned briefly, until his mention of the walkers “Yeah…” she bit her lip “I won’t lie that actually makes me kind of nervous.” she chuckled “It shouldn’t but it does.”