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Character Portrait: Iris Mehr Character Portrait: Tanvi Pari Katari
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#68C0CC | Outfit | Her apartment

After arriving late into the city the night before, Iris had ended up going to a bar for some shots. She wasn’t normally the type to just spontaneously party or drink, but after the rough day she had with losing some of the animals, she just wanted to get out of her funk. Part of her just needed some distraction to take her mind off of it. She didn’t want to reach out to her friends because she didn’t need the ‘you’re amazing’ and the ‘you will save them next time.’ All she really needed was some good old-fashioned fun.

Which undoubtedly she could invite Briar, Pari or Jamie, but part of her just wanted to immerse herself with strangers and people who didn’t know her, so she could just do whatever she wanted without someone to remind her in the morning.

The shots at the bar turned into her walking across the street to the club. The club was where she danced most of the night away and drinking. She doesn’t recall much else of the night.

So when her eyes finally fluttered open with it feeling as though someone was strangling her brain she slowly realized she wasn’t in her own apartment. Her eyes went wide for a second and she was afraid to turn over to see who it was. Slowly she began to pull the blanket off of her and gently beside her as she tried to get up without waking up whoever was next to her.

It took awhile, but the blonde had managed to get out of bed and was tip toeing around the room trying to find her clothes, but all she could really find was her dress. Regardless, she slipped it on and she began to walk out the bedroom door. The snores were still audible by the guy in the bed next to her, good she thought as she headed towards the bathroom to fix her hair up a little bit and after found her purse.

Just as she was about to leave with her heels in hand ready for her walk of shame moment the guy spoke up.


When she finally got to her apartment she locked the door behind her and threw her keys and purse on the table beside the door and dropped her heels to the floor.

Grabbing water and some ibuprofen she collapsed onto her couch taking both the pills and the water, before slipping into a slumber.

She woke up to the little ding on her phone, it was a message from Pari asking if she were back in town yet. Her eyes struggled to focus on the bright screen as she tried to hit the right buttons to reply back to her friend.

“Got in late, went to a bar, SOS.” It wasn’t that coherent, but she did manage to insert the crying laughing emoji before she plopped her phone on her stomach. She probably needed to eat something, but that would be a later issue when she decided to get up off the couch.