"Overdressed at the Beach"
Steve: Heck yeah this is good. This is great. Hook me up with some brews, a hot babe in a bikini, and I'm ready to take on some aliens or whatever.
Zack: It's good to know that in the future they will have Big & Tall power armor so fat people don't feel left out of mecha combat.
Steve: Dang, dude, put my head in a diaper box and give me a baby gun in my giant suit of space armor and I will fight my way through a thousand Ducktales wolves to eat this girl's farts.
Zack: She's just a drawing, Steve.
Steve: So was A-ha dude but he busted through into reality just by caring enough about some chick.
Zack: So that's your plan?
Steve: Yeah, I'm gonna jump into a cartoon, then find this girl and then bring her back out by caring enough.
Zack: You know that A-ha video isn't real, right?Steve: Exactly, dude. It's a cartoon and then you break through into reality.
Zack: And then you eat her farts.Steve: Wellllll, bro, come on. That was a figure of speech. I wouldn't literally eat her farts, I'm just saying that's how far I would go.
Zack: So if she wanted you to eat her farts that would be something you'd be willing to experiment with.Steve: I mean, technically, if you want to get legalistic about it, yeah. But there had better be more to the evening than just chowing down on farts.
Zack: Sorry, my lawyers looked over your contract and there is nothing in there about "more." It's just fart swallowing and then gassy bellyaches. You can have her step on your balls and crush them and slam them in a door though.
Steve: Guess I'll be spending a little more time in Duckburg.
Ask any cowboy and they'll tell you: The deadliest snake in the wild west is Lava-Filled Hole Shaped Exactly Like A Cowboy Silhouette
Garfield is a poison of bigotry on our culture and I have never been more offended on behalf of people than I am right now.
Ben Garrison's Cartoons are finally explained!
Zack Parsons, Steve "Malak" Sumner, and friends tackle bizarre role playing game products that make them wonder, "What the fuck!?" From the early days of Gygax to contemporary role playing games, none will be spared.