"April, you're not wearing this to school. Please, change."
The daughter stood still.
Mom was stern, "Right now, young lady!"
April yawned, made a sulking face and walked to her room leisurely.
She took forever!
Mom knocked on the door of her room, "Aren't you getting late?" she inquired in a desperate tone.
"Nah! not really. It's okay!"
The response confused Mom. She walks in and demands an explanation.
"Since I don't get to wear the dress to attract attention; I rather make a big splash by arriving late to my class!" the daughter said with a straight face.
In 99 words (no more, no less) write a story that makes a big splash. It can be fluid, or you can play with the idiom (to make a big splash is to do or say something that becomes unforgettable). Go where the prompt leads!