Steve: So you can be super beautiful angels or perfect humans or you can be weird hybrid animals.
Zack: Like a scorpion centaur.
Steve: Can't fit into a car, but who needs a car when you can scurry super fast?
Zack: It would be exhausting trying to keep up with everybody else riding in a car.
Steve: You could ride on top of the car.Zack: Oh, sure, and then you make scorpion diarrhea everywhere and the beautiful angels driving the car have to pull over and hose you off.
Steve: But you love it.
Zack: You're a bird.
Steve: A giant bird. And you can turn into a person.
Zack: Right, but turning into the giant bird would be such a great way to show you're pissed off. It's the ultimate door slam.
Zack: "Brian, you spend too much money on your seed bells!"
Zack: "We are NOT having this fight again, Nancy!"
Zack: "Well we have to because I can't pay the monthly bill on that giant mirror you had me rent because you keep buying more seed bells we don't need!"
Zack: *glares, turns into a giant robin.*
Steve: I am literally a parrot head.
Zack: Wasting away in the war-torn horror of Margaritaville.
Steve: A party of nothing but people with bird heads could be amazing.
Zack: Be wary. That way lies Fur Affinity.
Steve: "I have seen things that you wouldn't believe."
Steve: "Let me show you in movie form on that wall over there."
Zack: "Sorry, no audio, but I can play the ragtime piano while you watch."
Steve: Metal head and camera eyes frankly seem a little lame when you can turn your memories into a movie.
Zack: Yeah, but it's a lame movie. One camera, POV shoot unless you pay extra for camera and helicopter shots.
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