"Good point," she replied. Dea hadn't really gotten into coffee yet. She knew Elliot was very much into it, but she didn't really understand the whole caffeine thing. However, she very much understood the sugar thing. From what she could tell, there was a drop off in both, and honestly, crashing was not fun to begin with. She'll stick with hot chocolate and candy, thanks.
She nodded, and eloquently said, "Yes way." Dea's own giddiness started to climb when she saw how immediately Elliot was ready to break the rules. Well, there really weren't any rules on Pearl Street other than "be back by curfew," but still. It was the thought that counted.
Dea took a deep breath and slid Susan back into her jacket pocket. "Well, I was thinking this might be a good place to canvas for my business, but then I decided that people will probably prefer a rollercoaster over a dirt bike, you know?" She took a step forward as new people boarded the ride ahead of them. "But yeah, as of now, that's the plan if you wanna take it for a spin."
She was very excited that Elliot was excited about this. Beyond excited actually--she was ecstatic.