The sudden force of something crashing into her made the girl let out a surprised gasp and a pained grunt upon coming in contact with the ground. It wasn't hard to realize that a man tripped over something and crashed right into her. While she understood it was an accident, yes, that didn't mean she had to be nice about it. Oh no, she was not going to be anything remotely close to nice after that little stunt. Shoving the man off of her, the blonde haired girl stood up, clearly furious and with a lot of things on her mind to say. The only thing that did come out wasn't exactly pleasant as the boy would soon come to find.
"Watch where you're going, dumbass!" the girl said in a cold, bitchy sort of voice. "This is what I have to deal with today of all days. Haven't you got eyes in your head? Worthless piece of..."
If it wasn't for the almost inaudible dog-like growling that erupted from the girl's throat for no more than a second, she would seem like a completely normal person. Unless the boy didn't pick up on it, but it was highly likely that he would. Even for just a second, it might as well have given away the fact she was actually part canine.
"Fucking..." the girl started up again. "What do you have to say for yourself?!"
If it wasn't obvious she was becoming more and more aggravated the more she stood here, then she didn't know what was. The desire to simply kick the man was too intense, and the only reason she didn't give in was that there might've been someone who was watching. A few more things were uttered under her breath that sounded a lot like insults before she simply pushed by the man, fed up with his mere existence. A light tickling feeling around her leg made her pull up her skirt a little, exposing her black shorts underneath as she adjusted something just a little out of sight. If it weren't for the light ruffling underneath the side of her skirt even after she moved her hands away, she didn't think anything would be suspicious. Yet she didn't realize the fact her yellow doge tail moved to a more comfortable position. Sometimes, not now though, she swore her tail and ears moved on their own.