"Well, do you have enough jet fuel to fling yourself around the sun? Because that's how they usually do it in the movies..." Yvonne said half-joking, half-serious. "Don't worry little buddy, I'm sure we'll find a way to get you to back to your time, whenever that is...." Yvonne said, now curious as to just how a robot from an alternate future ended up in a present day coffee shop. Along with a fairy magician from Arthurian legend, a cat dragon made out of water, two alpacas, and two people whole poked more like they belonged in an anime adaptation of Lord of the Rings. Yvonne knew this was a weird day when the guy with a bucket on his head was the normal guest in the coffee shop at the moment, and Yvonne was mostly accustomed to weirdness in his daily life. After all, he did own two dogs would often sneak out of the house to dress up as Japanese children's show heroes from the 70's and fight against a terrorist group run by cats. "Have I ever told you about the time a man-eating avocado from space crash landed in my yard and wanted me to help it take over the world?" Yvonne asked Build-a, trying to change the subject to buy himself some time as he tried to think of a solution to this fine mess the robot seemed to have gotten herself into.
Back at the counter, Boreas was again holding up the line trying to figure out what more to order when Al came up to him from the washroom. "Hey buddy, whatcha doing?" Al asked Boreas, hoping that the winged girl at the table wouldn't realize he was the one who froze her for safety safety precautions and also maybe accidentally ruining her lunch by freezing that as well. Boreas looked at Al out of the corner of his eye before looking back at the menu, stroking his fluffily chin in deep though. "First, never call me any form of the name 'buddy' ever again unless you want to find out you're not as immune to the cold as you think you are. Secondly, I'm trying to figure out just how many more milkshakes and waffles I should order to stay within my budget, I'm still hungry and need more protein." He said cooly. "Well, could you perhaps think about that out of the line? You're kind of holding everyone up here." Al said as he motioned to the very long line of annoyed patrons behind him. "Oh, sorry..." Boreas said awkwardly as his ears drooped somewhat. The two stepped out of line as Al gave a dramatic sweeping motion and a nervous to the crowd behind him, signaling them to come forward as Boreas sill stared at the menu in though and lightly tapped his hoof on the ground, not noticing the very slight tremors he was causing by doing that.