Harriet laughed quietly, imagining Ianto chasing after a young man with a fire extinguisher. ”Sounds like you’ve got your work cut out for you. Let me know how that turns out.” She leaned back, grabbing a small bag of crisps from a rack behind her.
“The other day we had a new employee nearly break the cash register, overloaded it with too many commands. The line was backed up out the door- it was right before most people go to work, out busiest time of day. And everyone was getting angry, oh dear it was a mess. The guy is nice enough, poor thing was panicking, so scared that he’d broken it beyond repair. But it just needed to be re-started, so it all worked out in the end.”
“Will do,” he said amiably. “Although, it sounds like you’re also having a rough time with your newbies. They’re so well meaning but they cause so much destruction.” He paused for a moment, wondering in horror how much destruction John was causing to the Hub. But he hadn’t had a break in what felt like a lifetime, so he didn’t move.
“Has your new guy evened out a little bit?” he asked.
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