Zack: Does this padded, diamond-cut, Ming the Merciless tabard make my hand look rubbery?

Steve: She has negative neck space. I'm not sure how that works but I think her chin might travel through a groove in her shoulder.

Zack: "Those gross bug monsters don't deserve you Karen. Don't settle. No more settling. It's the giant bug monster with the head of a Jeep Wrangler or none at all. You are a beautiful, powerful cyborg commando and they should feel lucky to have their brains melted by your finger blasters."

Steve: She lets their comments get to her and walks out of her dressing room with fifteen noses on her face.

Zack: "Self portrait with car floor mat shirt, by Diane Hamil."

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