As Ursula was getting ready for school, her mother told her to bring an umbrella, because the forecast called for rain. Ursula always carried a heavy backpack to high school, and had no desire to increase her load. Taking no chances, her mother handed her an umbrella as she walked out the door.
On her way home the sky looked foreboding, but Ursula still thought she'd have time to pick up some art supplies before she headed home. Moments later, she felt someone walking too closely behind her, but was relieved that it was a familiar face. Brody was also walking into town, and suggested that they make a stop along the way.
He needed to pick up his wallet at home, so Ursula agreed to keep him company. She offered to wait outside, but he insisted that she come in for a minute. Since she had known him from their grammar school days she decided to go inside. Brody disappeared into another room, and came out smelling like he was wearing his dad's aftershave. He was also trying to move to the rhythm of the romantic music he put on.
Ursula couldn't help but giggle, and this made Brody very angry. He threw her on the couch and started wrestling with her. Fortunately her umbrella was nearby, so she hit him with it and quickly ran out.
She was pretty shaken, but still decided to head over to the art supply store which was only a few blocks away. After Ursula called her mom to tell her that she was running late, an elderly woman asked her for the time. Before Ursula could look at her watch, she absconded with her cell phone.
When Ursula demanded it back she cried, "What are you gonna do, beat up an old lady?" Then she grabbed the woman, but she stuck out her cane in defense. Thus Ursula countered with her umbrella. The old woman held up her purse as a shield, and started poking Ursula with her cane. Ursula protected herself with her backpack, and knocked her purse out of her hand. Before she could reach in to grab her phone, the old lady tried to bite her, and her teeth fell out. While she was looking for her dentures in the pouring rain, Ursula retrieved her phone,
Consequently she couldn't open up her umbrella, so she threw it in the trash, and ran home amidst the thunder and lightning. When her mother saw that Ursula was soaked to the bone she said, "So you left the umbrella in your locker when I told you it was going to rain. See what happens when you don't listen to your mother?"