Space Janitor (142) stood with the berry in his hand for what felt like the most extended amount of time. He stared at it. The pack pulled ahead of him. He could taste its sweetness waft towards him. Space Janitor blinked his eyes slower than usual. If he were to pop it in his mouth? Then he wouldn’t have to care about where the pack were digging too. They could go out the side of the station for all he cared.
“Hey boss,” said one of the pack. Space Janitor looked up. In the distance, they had stopped. Space Janitor ran to catch up with them. They look tired, and he wanted to do all that he could to help them. He hoped that they had some good news for him. Space Janitor thought about what this would mean for them if they were at a dead end.
Space Janitor approached them. Digger turned round to him and had a big smile on his face. Digger usually was a happy pup, but this time it seemed extra. It seemed as if he was extra satisfied if that was at all possible.
“We found it,” Digger said to Space Janitor.
“Great. Hold on, you’re going to have to tell me what we found,” Space Janitor said.
“He doesn’t know,” said one of the other pack dogs.
“Ha, no he doesn’t, he doesn’t know we found the tomb of the biggest bone,” said another.
“You are going to have to tell me what the tomb of the biggest bone is,” Space Janitor instructed.
“Everyone knows what that is, it’s the whole reason we’ve been digging in the first place. It’s a reason for digging. You know that, right?” Digger asked Space Janitor.
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