Steve: Has anybody seen my goblin? I know I left him around here somewhere.
Zack: Him name is Hopkin invisible goblin.
Steve: Whoa did you find that meme buried next to some trilobites there old man?
Zack: Yeah, the "where is my goblin?" joke was really killing them.
Steve: Because he's invisible, so they would put him down and then forget where they put him.
Zack: Maybe you could diagram it so I know for sure what you mean.
Steve: Whenever you hear that question what super power would you want I always think invisibility for like a second, but then I realize that I like seeing my hands and it would be pretty hard to do stuff like my a picture frame with my hands or make a cat's cradle with some string if my hands are invisible.
Zack: I would like to have the power to fly so that I can fly to a cliff and then jump off the cliff and die.
Steve: You're a very dark person.
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