Even at the best of times, Tsuri is not known for her subtlety. And, at the worst of times, she can be a downright bulldozer.
Actually, thinking about it now, Rieux decides that Tsuri is always a bulldozer, just tearing through life with hardly a thought. It's probably both her biggest vice and her greatest virtue, depending on the circumstances.
Rieux decides that, right now, it is her biggest vice. Though he is a marginally more accomodating morning-person than Tsuri is herself, he, like most other sane people out there, does not particularly wish to be awakened at only four hours after midnight.
"I have a great idea, Rieux!" she exclaims, after she has shaken him thoroughly awake.
"Really? How does it rank in comparison to the peanut-butter-and-pancakes idea or the feed-chipmunks-cardboard idea?" Tsuri isn't know for her "great ideas", and Rieux is too sleep-deprived to humor her.
"It's 148% better than both of them!"
"I was being sarcastic." And what the hell is with that