Steve: Come to Butt-head.
Zack: I prefer my ladies with a chest ass.
Steve: I hope her first wish is she wishes for even bigger hooters.Zack: Steve, I think my lesson from this is that the 1990s are starting to not seem that great.
Steve: No way! I grew up in the 1990s so that will always be the best time. TSR came up with Planescape!
Zack: Yeah, I actually left out the Planescape monster books for a possible future installment.
Steve: I wasn't going to say anything because I thought maybe you forgot and you always get mad when I point out a mistake.Zack: What!? No, I don't.
Zack: Seriously, I fucking don't. What are you talking about?Steve: Maybe we should wrap it up.
Zack: Not yet. What the fuck do you mean? What did I mess up?
Steve: See you next time everybody!
It's true. Grimace is human. God help us, we did our best for him.
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Try not to break your console while I try not to break my cyber brain.
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