It was an interesting day for Leon and Parker. Nixie took them on vacation to a luxurious hotel somewhere in a European country close to her home. The Two dragons enjoyed their lavish room, the delicious meals, and most of all, the large bathtub that was more like a hot tub and spa.
The evening after arriving at the hotel, the two dragons were lounging in the bath while Nixie went down to the dining hall to get something to eat. The baby dragons eventually grew tired of the bath and got out, only to find that there weren’t any towels in the bathroom (most likely taking away for cleaning).
Leaving the bathroom, the babies were unable to find the suitcase containing their diapers. Leon suggested it must have been left on the luggage trolley outside their room. Going outside, they find nothing, and things get even worse when the breeze causes the door to slam shut behind them, locking them out completely naked.
The only way they could possibly get back into the room is using the key Nixie has on her. The two streakers did everything in their power to avoid being seen, eventually finding themselves in the vacant Kitchen.
“That was close. I almost screamed when I backed into that decorative cactus.” Leon said, covering his exposed rump.
“I don’t believe this is happening, why did I think the diapers were outside our room!?” Parker panicked.
“Keep your voice down! They’re going to hear us!” Leon hissed.
“Nixie is probably in the dining hall, surrounded by at least 20 other ponies. We’ll never reach her without being seen. We should try my idea.” Parker said.
“I admit, it’s an interesting idea and less embarrassing, but dropping from the roof to our 2nd floor balcony might make Nixie upset. Besides, we’re already down here.” Leon said.
Parker looked around the room, hoping to find something to cover himself with. Leon pressed his ear up against the nearby door, listening if there was anyone on the other side.
“We could just set off the fire alarm.” Parker said, pointing to the fire alarm.
Leon looked at his brother and then at the alarm.
“Good idea.” He said.
(I love how this came out. The scenic censorship is easily my favorite part. I also enjoy Parker’s expression (he’s the one on the right).)
1 year, 10 months ago
21 Jun 2017 00:12 CEST
Full Size: 77b51864ec4d2f4a39f1428fe56c5105