Zack: You enter the Space Skeleton Bathroom. There are 80 stalls and a fruit stand at the back. There is also a leader board for best skeleton poopers, but it looks like it has not been used in a long time. There is also a door going to the east.
Steve: Can I tell who was leading last?
Zack: You look closely and see the word "ROBOT" has been etched into the wood with some sort of amplified coherent light beam.
Steve: Like a flashlight?
Zack: You don't know what that is.
Steve: Yeah I do, I have one in the basement.
Zack: No, your character doesn't know what a flashlight is!
Steve: Whatever, dude. I'm going to take some of the fruit and fill a bag with it. Does it still look good?
Zack: Eh, it's alright. You've seen better produce sections. Some bruises. Looks like the robot might have mishandled the bananas.
Steve: Okay that's fine, as long as the apples aren't too mealy. I fill up one of my six loot bags, load it onto the donkey, and then take the door to the east.
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The singer dove off the stage and crowd surfed in a sort of reverse funeral procession where the person being carried is the only one truly alive. Touching him I felt religious ecstasy and started speaking in tongues and requesting songs that didn't exist.
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