“No way,” I said, resting my elbows on the desk. “You actually sold a loyalty card? I never even heard you pitch one before.”
“Never have until today.” He gave a toothy smile. “Didn’t your boyfriend tell you? We work on commission now.”
My pupils doubled in size. A ‘shut your damn mouth’ look. “I won’t tell you any more secrets if you can’t keep them,” I hissed.
“Oh, calm down. No one heard.”
That’s when the boss decided to take a stroll toward the front desk. As I walked away, I could hear her yelling at Tyler for wearing white socks instead of black.
I tried to avoid being the next one scolded by actually getting to work. I grabbed the delivery cart I needed and headed over to the elevator. Well, the Liftovator. Technically, humans weren’t supposed to go inside of it, but everyone did, even our play-by-the-rules boss. Otherwise, you’d have to wheel the cart inside, send it upstairs, and then walk to the other side of the theater to climb the stairs to the second floor. Waste of time.