Robbie covered his head and yelled,

"Let's go!"

"Good idea," Lex called running after him. They locked themselves in a windowless bathroom. "What the hell!" she cried,"We're so never going to survive this," she said flatly. She rested her head in her hands wearily.

"And a second ago you were thinking it was the coolest thing ever." Robbie mumbled as he fumbled in the dark of the bathroom for a flashlight or something to light the room.

Finally he pulled a lighter out of his pocket and lighting it asked,

"You okay?"

She smiled weakily.

"I'm fine thanks. And it is cool. But we may still die because of it." She shuddered. "I don't want to die. Which is weird 'cause I really have nothing much to live for."

"You're not gonna die." Robbie said assuredly.

Just then there was a large crash inside the apartment.

"What was that?" He asked.

Lex smiled wryly.

"What did I tell you we're going to die. Want to go see what it was? Might as well do something exciting during our last moments," she told him, laughing and excited once again. She stood up and walked over to the door. She paused with her hand on the handle.

"Coming?"

"Are you fricken crazy?" Robbie demanded. "You can't go out there-"

Just as Robbie said this something flew into the door and shards of wood were sent flying into room.

:"It doesn't seem as if we have much of a choice," she commented, hunching her shoulders in a futile attempt to protect herself from the onslaught of rain that came in along with the shattered door.

She walked out only to find that there was no wall directly in front of her and very little roof above her. A tree had crashed into the house tearing away almost half the walls and roof.

"Crap!" she gasped in shock and awe.