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The fire was finally going in earnest, logs crackling and crumbling within the flames, the flickering orange light chasing away the blackness of the night. The summer camp was a long way from the nearest town, and while there were electric lights in the cabins, the outdoor areas could get very dark indeed. The woods got colder than expected at night, too, enough to put a slight chill in the air despite being in the last week of June. Fortunately, it was a large firepit, and the campfire threw off plenty of light and heat. There was plenty of seating, too; this camp would have dozens of children when it officially opened, and with only the counselors currently on location, there was no shortage of room on the surrounding logs that served as benches.

Said counselors had just arrived at the camp that morning, and had spent the day hard at work cleaning up the grounds and getting them ready for the camp's opening. They'd had to remove trash from off-season trespassers, fallen branches and other detritus from the outdoor areas, and chase off any animals that had chosen to next in or around the buildings. In particularly disgusting example, they had to remove the half-rotted corpse of a skunk that had somehow found a way into a cabin and died under one of the kids' beds. Even after leaving the doors open for hours, the smell was nauseating. They'd worked hard all day, and now it was time to relax.

"What a day, huh, campers?" exclaimed Stephanie in an exaggeratedly cheery tone, walking up to the fire with what looked like a cardboard box in her hands. [size=7pt]"Should I say campers? We're counselors, but we're sleeping here too, so we're also camping. I'll going with campers."[/size]

"Talk about getting back to nature, huh, campers? Let me tell you, after a hard day's work like this, nothing's better than an ice-cold glass of...uh, lukewarm can of sparkling lemonade!" She puts the cardboard box on the ground. The light of the fire reveals it to be a two-four of cheap carbonated lemonade. "What do you say?"


 
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"That sounds tasty," Tikva said with a soft whisper that was carried away on the night wind. Then she reached a dainty hand out from under her overly long T-shirt and sweater sleeves to tentatively take a can of lemonade and sip it like she was asking the other counselors for permission. When nobody seemed to mind, she sipped her lemonade, spit it out quietly because the warmth had made it sour, and watered the grass with the rest. She instantly regretted dumping it and thought she should have known better than to taste it. But, probably nobody saw that, since her dark hair cast an equally dark shadow over her face. Other than the places where the fire's glow licked her torso and legs, she was invisible. And that way she was safe.
 

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After a hard day's work, the thought of some lemonade and a rest seemed heavenly to Magdalena so she gratefully accepted a can. "Thank you" she said giving Stephanie a warm smile and opening her can. Before she took a sip, her eyes fell on the Asian girl who was also to be one of the camp's councillors. Her eyes traced the features of her face, silhouetted by the dancing flames of the fire pit. She was about to look away, not wanting to stare many reasons when she saw the girl spit out her lemonade pulling a face and dump the rest onto the grass only to check if no one was looking.

Magdalena giggled at this and took sip of the lemonade herself and while she could say she didn't blame her, the girl's was a bit over the top for sour lemonade.
 
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Tikva noticed that the other girl was looking at her. Magdalene, she thought her name was? Tikva had been so focused on working that she wasn't sure if she remembered her correctly. Then she stammered, "Oh, um, sorry" with a little squeak on the last "ee" sound. She noticed that the blonde girl's hair looked like it was as bright as her smile the way the fire lit her face. But she coughed a bit to get that out of her mind. And also because a little of her drink went down the wrong throat. Mostly that she told herself.

"Magdalene, right?" Tikva wondered. "I think my lemonade lost all the sweetness and turned completely sour. Um, is your drink better?"
 

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Whoever was first to tear open the two-four got a fun surprise: instead of cans of sparkling lemonade, the box is full of 24 cans of beer, albeit still cheap and lukewarm.

"Oh, no!" Stephanie wailed exaggeratedly, grinning at the other counselors. "The factor must have filled the box with beer instead of lemonade by mistake! I guess we'll have to make the most of it!"

Stephanie took a can of beer and pulled back the tab, tilting it back to her mouth as she sat down on a log. She grimaced after the first swallow; the beer was cheap swill to begin with, and hours in the hot summer air had given it a foul taste not unlike expired lemonade. Behind it, however, Stephanie could detect the beer's yeasty flavour, and for a moment, she peered narrow-eyed at the can in indecision.

"Ahh, fuck it," she finally said, taking another drink. "Like hell I'm spending my first night here sober."


 

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"Beer?" David's ears pricked up. He immediately grabbed a can declaring "Gimme! If I'm going to be looking after kids again, I'm gonna need some of this!" taking a massive swig.
 

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Magdalena smiled warmly at the girl. "Yep but you can just call me Lena it's easier" as she speaks, her accent becomes apparent. She looks down at her can before taking another larger sip and grimaces as the bitter taste fills her mouth. "No, mine isn't any better" she laughs.

She quickly turned her head to Stephanie who had just cried out. When she heard that the can she had been drinking from was full of beer, she felt a little sick knowing she was drinking illegally. She watched as Stephanie now opened a can herself and began to swig the hoppy contents. The guy she knew to be called David ran over too and took a large draft from his can.

Things were getting crazy really fast and Lena didn't know how to feel. She wanted to tell them to stop because they could get into big trouble but she knew from past experience that would be the fastest way to become the most unpopular on the camp. She looked over a the Asian girl to see how she would react, still holding her can.
 
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"You can call me Tikva, or Tee- wh-whichever you prefer," Tikva said in response as she nervously threaded a hand through her short, dark bob and then looked down at the ground and blushed. She tried another sip of the can she had left in her hand, and then made yet another over the top reaction face, shivered as she coughed again, and grimaced, "Yeah, uck."

Once Stephanie announced their lemonade had actually been beer and her the other counselors started gulping it down like water they had just found in the desert, Tikva laughed to herself, "I thought that like, my taste buds weren't working or something like that. Yeah, time for consumption of alcohol." Then she double checked to make sure that her can was empty before making an exaggerated pretend drinking motion that was so fast her Jewish star necklace spun around her neck. She considered she might be doing this for Lena's benefit since the blonde was staring right at her, although she didn't want to be labeled as unpopular. She was too shy to function in many social situations, but she did know how to fake having a good time.

Tikva then sat down and to continue her joke, she chuckled, "Mm, that is good alcoholic beverage. Weee."
 

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Casandra, or Candy how she introduced herself to the others, came over to the others and thgere fire.
"Hiiiiiii. Whats up friends? Oh beer."
She looked very thirsty and happy at the cans.
"Can I have one too?"
While she asked, she sat down next to David. Since she saw him for the first time, she knew that she needed him, or better said his cock, to ging threw the hole summer camp time.
 

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David held his can aloft "Truer words have never been spoken!" He declared melodramatically, before taking another swig.

He looked at Candy as she sat next to him, taking in every detail. God damn he needed to get some of that.

"We've got to do a- a thing!" He tried for a few seconds to find the words before managing "Ice breaker! To get to know each other!" making sure he wasn't too obviously focusing on Candy as he said this
 

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Candy got a can now, holding it with two hands and drinking from it. She moved a bit closer to David.
"How about a little game? And since we all are grown up....how about a dirty one?"
She blushed a bit. It was more from the beer than from beeing embarresed.
"Did someone knows a good one?"
After that question she moved closer to David again.
 

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"Yes, why...hick...not?"
Candy moved closer to David again. She was now in range for a nice butt fondeling.
 

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David couldn't believe his luck! He started scanning the circle for his secondary target. Candy was fine and all, but if he could get on the asian girl too, he would go home a happy man!

"I'm up for it! Anyone else?"
 

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Candy was rideing her Hand in such a cheerfull and playfull manner, that her tits where juggling nicely.
"I'm in."
 

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Sophie was hired about two weeks ago and started her job a day ahead of the rest of everyone here. There were only a couple of actual staff people like her that were there to support the counselors, do actual complex maintenance like rebuilding broken rooms, beds, taking away corpses of dead animals… Her job was one of the better of those though. She was the Senior Resident Assistant; that meant her job was to oversee the Counselors with conduct things, questions they could not handle and be the nurse. Basically she was there to be a jack of all trades that the Counselors could come to if something actually happened like a den mother or something to that effect. The job paid well and she slept in a building that hopefully would not be used much aside from scraps, bumps and bruises… The infirmary which was off the main buildings only a tad. She had been reviewing student files and making phone calls to all those with actual medical concerns who would be at the camp. It was tedious but it needed to be done and she was paid pretty well to do her job so she did not care that it was annoying. She was also one of the few people with an actual phone on site; mainly for emergencies. Being literally out in the middle of nowhere meant her phone was one of the few things that connected them to the outside world.

It was nightfall and so she left the building finally done with all the paperwork. She locked up the Infirmary so no critters could steal the medical equipment inside even if It was inside shelves and cabinets you never know. She put her hands inside her zip up hoodie walking out to the fire and noticed some of the counselors were already seated there. She had a staff ID pinned to the bottom of it that listed her picture name and other relevant information but everyone thus far probably already knew who she was from orientation though she was still required to have identification on being that she was the only medical person here and actual career staff. She had remembered from her supervisor that sometimes things at this place got a little personal and sometimes one thing led to another. As long as things did not interfere with work her bosses seemed not to care what the counselors did as long as the kids did not see them do it. Her job really would be simple… At least from how it was described.

She waved at the group of people whom were already there and took a seat. “Good evening everyone… So how did the first day go for you guys?” Sophie asked the group. She realized they had already started conversations and intermingling so she figured she would just wait for someone to talk to her.

She then thought she heard something about a game similar to truth or dare... or something like that... but with stripping. "Uh... Well I walk out at just the right time... I guess it beats paperwork for the rest of the night..." she quipped.
 
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Tikva's way of attempting to have a conversation with another human being was to interject over what Sophie said, "Oh, yeah! Paperwork. What a bummer, amirite? Oh and speaking of paperwork, if you guys do this game, I'm not saying can we all perhaps go inside? I don't want to turn into a camp...sicle."

I don't even remember how all that was supposed to be connected. Stupid stupid stupid, her thoughts scolded her while she pushed her glasses up the bridge of her nose. Probably a dry as hell joke about liability insurance or something like that. If you tried to be the calm voice of reason there you epically failed, Tikva. Way to go.

She then patted the Nintendo Switch in her right pants pocket. At least if she didn't fit in to everybody else's expectations of this dirty, there was always Breath of the Wild. Or perhaps she'd find a kindred spirit who was less than enthused about this (she was desperately hoping it was Lena but Sophie also seemed cool) and share a game like 1-2-Switch or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe by splitting off the tiny Joy-Cons attached to either side of the tablet and giving one of them to the second player.
 
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