A Day Off Picture

I've been trying to put this up for a couple of weeks now but my browser kept screwing me over... So, finally, here it is - another mockery of art, something I drew in the late hours of Sunday when I had to study for a history exam. I even added a little dialogue to it; you can think of it as the soul of the drawing.

• I clearly recall you promising me to pick me up.
• Oh, I knew there was something I was going to do.. Oh, well. How'd it go?
• Meh. It was okay I guess. Better than I expected. Those guys are nicer than you described.
• It's all just a cover-up. Don't buy any of the stuff they pull, Claire.
• I guess my judgement is affected by the fact that nobody stroke me with a lightning or turned me into a spider.
• Wow, you really know you way around the main events, huh? I kinda thought this was all unfamiliar to you.
• Nah, I'm not a pro on this stuff, but I'm not a newbie either. Listen, I need to ask you for a favor.
• I'm not going to like this, am I?
• Considering how hard I've been working lately, I wanted… I was… I was wondering if I could, you know, take a day off.
• Are you serious? No.
• Why not? I… I really need to have a break, Hades. I'm burning out here.
• Let me tell you something, honey. When you make a deal for your life, it's kinda important to stick to it, or… you know, khgh. You become a permanent resident.
Hades, you don't want an underslept whining nerveball around you, do you?
• No, but I still keep you around just in case.
• You said it yourself - a happy worker is a useful worker. You should listen to you.
• First, I think you don’t need such kind of motivation when it comes to saving your own life. Second, I was a little drunk then.
• Oh, come on, Hades! I'm not asking for a lot, am I? It's just one day.
• Hmph. Fine. Have it your way.
• Thank you.
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