What we know is this:
Amber works in a shop.
She’s not happy at having to work Saturdays (6 in a row now, apparently). She hates having to cash up or be in charge of the keys as it means she has to arrive early and leave late.
She has a toothache, but cannot afford the dentist.
She has a friend called Nathan.
She’s going to buy 200 cigarettes today before the chancellor’s tax makes the price go up (this was on Budget day).
She likes to go through desk drawers at work when no-one’s around. She found a ten-pound note in one the other day, which she promptly pocketed to spend in the pub that lunchtime.
She’s going to order takeaway food tonight, but not from Oceana as she’s sick of that place and not from China Garden either, as that place is “minging”.
Remember, she can’t afford the dentist - even with an income augmented by desk-drawer windfalls, but she can afford ciggies and takeaway food.
She’s planning to meet up with friends tonight at “the Crez”.
She’s been late for work a few times lately because the bus didn’t come – even though she set out early.
She loves her mum.
How do we know this?
Amber is someone who likes to chat on her mobile whilst riding on the bus. Amber likes to chat AT EXTREMELY HIGH VOLUME on her mobile whilst riding on the bus.
Is it ear-wigging when a conversation is practically yelled into your ear-holes?