Sulking in the storeroom of the worst discount supermarket on the planet, Ange is discovered by her workmate Tina...
‘Christ. What’s up with you?’
Ange peeled her hands from her mazzy-splattered face and waved her friend away.
‘Fuck off, Tina.’ [No reason this needs its own paragraph.]
‘Okay. Suit yourself...’
She watched Tina hop away over the detergent palettes and thought again. Her insides hurt and she was mad with her supervisor - but it wasn’t Tina’s fault. She’d only asked.
For a moment, there was silence, and then, footsteps.
‘Duck’s back, gal,’ said Tina, peeping from behind the racking. ‘Don’t tell me. You’ve been bollocked again, ain’t you?’
‘Has she sacked you or what?’
‘Fuck off, has she. I’ve still got one written warning left and she knows it, the fucking cow.’
‘It’s them tinned prunes she had me stacking. I rammed the trolley into some fucker’s guide dog.’
‘Not on purpose, you dozy bleeder. It was an accident.’
She [Who?] wiped her hands on her overall and wrestled a crumpled cigarette packet from her jeans.
‘You want one?’ [No need for a paragraph for this, either.]
‘Go on then.’
Tina pulled up a sack of cat litter beside her and they both leant back against the wall, blasting at their fags till the embers squealed.
‘What about the dog?’
‘Fuckin’ ada, Ti. Who gives a fuckin’ shit about the pissin’ dog? It ain’t dead. Alright? And it ain’t just been fuckin’ bollocked, neither, ta very much.’
‘Nah. You’re right. It was just its tail, that’s all. Didn’t stop the woman going mad, though. She must have thought some fucking kid had kicked it or summat. That’s when You-Know-Who come tearing out from the freezer section. It’s the third time she’s had me since yesterday.’
Tina stubbed out her cigarette and tossed a stick of gum into her mouth.
‘Fancy going out on the piss at the weekend? Nothing like a shag to cheer you up.’ [No new paragraph. What Ti says can go along with what Ti does.]
[I should have specified that submissions were to be in English. Hey, just kidding. Actually, I find the scene more interesting in the dialect. But let us know who's talking occasionally.]