Steve: I'm feeling pretty conflicted right now.
Zack: I wonder how she got that smallest ring around her waist. You think she got stuck in it when she was a baby and it just grew on her like that? Like that weird turtle that grew around the plastic ring.
Steve: On the one hand I know she's a prancing comic character dressed like an idiot, but on the other hand I sort of want to take all her pink handkerchiefs off with my teeth.
Zack: I completely understand. I spent about six months trying to figure out a way to marry that Eric Prydz aerobics video.
Zack: Turns out a mountain judge living in a cabin in Kentucky will marry you to just about anything except another dude.
Steve: You think I could marry this drawing?
Zack: Sure! And she's already got plenty of rings. Just take your pick.
It's true. Grimace is human. God help us, we did our best for him.
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