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Okay, since I'm here, I'll add the bios in too.

Reina Airdale:
Age: 17
Weight: 116 lbs
Height: 5'4
Hairstyle: Straight shoulder-length dark brown hair, sideswept bangs.
Eyes: Almond-shaped hazel.
Personality: Peacemaker. Hates confrontation or any sort of conflict. Loves to laugh.
Features: Lean frame, porcelain white skin.

Noah Carter:
Age: 18
Weight: 163 lbs
Height: 5'11
Hairstyle: Messy ash blonde hair, usually wears a beanie, or hat of some kind.
Eyes: Blue-green
Personality: Tries to be tough and wild, but is really a softie on the inside. Loves to have a good time, and tends to have a mischievious side.
Features: Naturally tan skin-tone.

Cassandra Green:
Age: 17
Weight: 125 lbs
Height: 5'6
Hairstyle: Curly brown hair.
Eyes: Doe-eyed brown.
Personality: Mature, girly, sassy, very talkative when excited.
Features: Long and thin, with curves in the right places. Olive skin tone.


Title: The List of Amazing Awesomeness

Challenge #1: Get Kicked Out of Wal-Mart

The next day, they'd assembled in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Reina was full of anticipation and nervous energy, Noah was grinning like a madman, and Cassandra was not the happiest camper.

"I cannot BELIEVE you talked me into this. Seriously, get kicked out of a Wal-Mart? Just stamp that dork label on my forehead, right now." She complained, as she had been doing the moment she found out about the challenge up til that moment.

"It'll be fun. It'll be the start of a crazy summer." Reina said, turning in her seat to grin at Cassy, trying to be motivating. Grinning excitedly, she glanced at Noah, whom piped in immediately. "Yeah, seriously, Cas. When have you EVER gotten kicked out of a Wal-Mart before?"

"Uh, never." Cassy said, glaring at them from the backseat. "And I don't really want to break that record."

"Can't be goody-goody all the time." Noah said matter-of-factly, turning off of the radio, and readying himself to get out of the car.

"Why can't I?" She quipped, narrowing her eyes at him defensively.

"Because," Noah paused dramatically, turning to look at her in the eyes. "Then you'll never have any fun."

Feeling the tension start to build, Reina jumped in to lighten the air, yet again. "Cas, it won't be any fun if you're not there with us." Reina put on a puppy face, looking up at her with pathetic eyes.

Cas grumbled under her breath, before finally relenting. "Gosh, stop looking at me like that. Okay, fine, fine. You win. I'll go." She murmured unhappily, and Reina and Noah high-fived eachother in victory.

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"But seriously guys, the first challenge is supposed to like, be the epitome for the rest of the list. And this Wal-Mart thing is just telling me that the rest of the list is going to be incredibly stupid."

"SHH!" Reina whispered harshly, "Don't insult the list."

She scoffed, but didn't press the matter further. "So, what do you do exactly, to get kicked out of a Wal-Mart?" She inquired, shifting her weight onto the other foot as she waited for a response.

Noah cackled, "Everything possible." With a devious grin plastered on his face, he started sauntering ahead of them. The girls glanced at eachother, a worried expression flickering across their faces for a moment. "I think we just released a monster." Cassy whispered under her breath, and Reina nodded in agreement. "Let's see what he does before we get the tranquilizer out, though." A small smile flashed across Cas's face, before she grabbed Reina's arm and started dragging her back to Noah, who was a good fifty feet ahead of them now.

When they reached him, he grabbed a tube of gift wrap, as they happened to be by that aisle, and pointed it in Cassy's direction. "I challenge you to a duel," He said, making his voice deeper, "To the death." He added dramatically, and Cassy glared at him in response. "Really." She remarked dryly, "Then I take it your funeral's already planned." Quickly, she grabbed a floral tube of gift wrap, and the duel started. As they swung at eachother, Noah was making light-saber noises for his gift-wrapping weapon.

After a few near-misses, Noah remarked in his deep voice, "You are stronger than I expected." He changed into another fighting stance with the gift-wrap tube, "But not strong enough to defeat ME." He took a large swing with his tube, and knocked Cassy's gift-wrap tube clean out of her hands. She gasped in response, but before she could pick it up, he caught it and rolled it backwards towards him with his tube, then grabbed it with one quick move. He held it to her neck. "Do you concede?" He asked mockingly, and she glared at him icily, her pride swelling in her chest.

The sudden sound of loud, obnoxious beeping gave Cassy the oppurtunity she needed to jump away without the humiliating experience of admitting defeat. Satisfied that she was at a safe distance from her enemy, she unconsciously turned to see the source of her escape, and gasped in surprise.

"Aye, get out of the way, you stupid kids." Reina put on an old man's voice, shaking her fist at them as she drove by in her little electric handicapped cart. "Oh, my gosh." Cassy started laughing, and Noah grinned and started walking after her, the dual of gift wrap now put to the side. "Brilliant, Reina, brilliant." Noah gave his approval, and Reina grinned as she kept beeping the horn at every single opportunity. Various Wal-Mart shoppers looked at her curiously, others glared.

"Guys, check it out." They slowed to see Cassy following after them, her eyes lit up in excitement, any past hesitations of this challenge now put into the past. "Let's leave a breadcrumb trail." She grinned, holding up a small bag of cheerios she apparently had just bought. "Genius!" Reina applauded, stepping off of the cart for their next venture.

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"I'm going to have to ask you to leave." A Wal-Mart employee said, his face obviously annoyed as he approached the three teenagers lounging on the store's chairs in the furniture section.

"Time!" Reina and Cassandra shouted simultaneously, sitting up and looking at Noah who immediately looked at his watch. "Uh, three hours!"

"Not bad, not bad. That was a good run." Reina said, nodding her head in satisfaction. "Good job guys."

"We'll be going now." Cassy said, giving the worker her most innocent look as she stood up. Noah and Reina stood up as well, "Yep, we're outta here. Thanks, man." Noah waved over his shoulder as they all started walking towards the exit. The employee followed behind them, however, until they reached the parking lot. They waved one last time, as they got into Noah's car. Then, the laughter they'd managed to surpress during the walk out, all burst at once.

And so ended the first challenge.


A/N -- okay, happy happy joy joy! I figured I'd start it on a hilarious note. :) If you have any ideas for challenges, that'd be absolutely awesome, but I won't pressure you for 'em either. Thanks for reading!