Steve: I'm not falling for this one again! My hungry butthole is just fine, thank you very much.
Zack: You don't need it rocked by a power supply on legs?
Steve: This thing couldn't rock a baby's butthole.
Zack: It wants to hook into your video carrrrrds!
Steve: He's got suction cup feet so he can either climb up buildings or listen to conversations on the floor below him.
Zack: Wait a second, did I just skip over you talking about a baby's hungry butthole?
Steve: You're taking it out of context.
Zack: No, hold on, in context, you said, "This thing couldn't rock a baby's butthole." So, now, let me ask you, what could rock a baby's butthole and, follow up question, how do you know this?Steve: I don't know dude, like thermometers and stuff. I'm talking doctor stuff. Don't make it into some big thing.
Zack: No,of course not dude. A big thing would absolutely destroy a little tiny baby's hungry butthole, you disgusting freak!
Are you concerned that you may be a character trapped in a Tom Waits song? Be smart and learn the warning signs before it's too late. Also, it's too late. It has always been too late.
I'm haunted by a recurring vision of a skeleton flipping me off. To avoid seeing this terrifying image in bumper sticker form, I pay someone with a blank bumper to drive in front of me at all times.
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.