Nowhere Kids

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“We are the people that you hate. We are the bastards that you created. A generation with no place, a generation of all your sons and daughters.” Smile Empty Soul

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“Since I do not know any of your names, I will start. Je m’appelle Adrien. Quels sont vos noms?” He asked, still following the others.

"My name's Miles!" he enthused. He looked around at the others. "I think we're going to need to work together to get ourselves out of here like before. But it looks like the staff is focused on something else," he pointed out as two scientists ran by them without even glancing their way.

"I wonder what's up their bums..." he trailed off, before shrugging. The thought of what must be agitated the scientists so badly unnerved him on the inside, but on the outside, he was ignorant to the chaos. "Anyway! Let's be off, shall we?"

"Sorry, don't speak Spanish," Will replied to his fellow Nowhere, yawning loudly as the group walked down the hall (presumably) out of the facility. He was still groggy from that morning's wake up call, and he just couldn't shake the feeling. "The name's William, William Harrison." With another slight yawn, he nodded to Miles, signalling that he agreed that it was high time to leave. Reaching into his back pocket, Will pulled out a pack of caffeinated gum. Slowly removing a piece and unwrapping it, the boy popped the candy in his mouth, relishing the brisk chill of mint flavor that hit his taste buds. Hopefully this will keep me awake, he thought as he chewed the rubbery substance.

"Hey Miles," he said, pushing the gum to the side of his mouth so he could speak properly. "Don't you think we should hurry up? The scientists are likely to release those new experiments on us soon. I'd prefer us to be out of the facility by the time they do." Off in the distance, William could hear heavy footsteps and a booming voice; not that of an ordinary human scientist.


"Oops. Too late."