Unfortunately, David never listens. Ever. "Harry!" He bumps right into the other man and grabs him by his hands to drag him off.
"Much better!" David cried. "It's bigger on the inside!"
Of course that wasn't possible so he assumed it was an amazing set of optical illusions. And a police box. Not his thing really.
There was quite the line leading to the lounge, teachers and students alike
and while David ought to know better than to wait at the end of it, he
can't help himself. Turning to Harry, he can't keep from grinning.
"Nothing like this ever happens!" Police boxes arriving in the closet?
No, David. Of course they don't.
"Well this isn't possible," David insisted. Not possible at all. "The
ramp--" He tilted his head and danced back outside again to have a peek
around the edges. "How can this be-- Robbie, your office is--" Oh right,
he should probably go back in to have this discussion!
David frowned when he found his friend, eyes on Harry poking around just to
be safe. "You know,' he whispered, "this might be a spatial anomaly."
"Who schedules the dentist when something big is happening?" David
commiserated, obviously asking a serious question. For being a genius, he
was utterly moronic. Why the hell would anyone who could create
nearly self sustaining rocket fuel choose to work for peanuts at a
secondary school in London?
No one but David, that's who.
It took a moment to realise Harry was leaving and David scooted out after
him, waving goodbye to Robbie. "Harry!" he called out. "Wait up!"
"I have pain kill--" but the door to Harry's office slammed in his face and David stood there like a lost puppy for a few minutes before he returned to his office. Ten minutes later, a little dark blue envelope with white writing was slipped under Harry's door proclaiming his name and a smilie face with spikey hedgehog hair.
Inside were two little pills and a message for Harry to feel better soon. By the time he returned to the crazy physics box, however, the Dean had cordoned off the area and David blinked at Robbie questioningly. "I need to get back in there."