Dave: Ah, my favorite character: electric retard Kewpie Jesus.
Zack: Maybe it's a tribute to Ol' Dirty Bastard.
Zack: Too obscure?
Dave: If anyone out there doesn't get that joke, they are just the worst person. Just the worst.
Zack: When you see a tattoo this poorly executed you've got to wonder at what point did the process fall apart.
Dave: I'm guessing the tattoo artist tragically fell asleep during a routine Jesus tattoo procedure-- you can tell because it clearly says "ZZZ" up in the left corner.
Zack: That's "222," the number of Infant Christ.
Dave: Infant Christ is part of the Holy Trisomy.
Zack: First referenced in Rugrats 8:15: For the number was 2 thrice given and it burned in the thundercharge that danced about the Infant Christ's head as he prepared his attack on Krakensaur.
Dave: And lo, the beard of Infant Christ was cleft in twain by the crackling power.
Zack: His powers are like Christ's, but less mighty. He creates wine from sippy cups full of bad juice and he can tread water really well.
Dave: He didn't die on the cross and rise again, but he did get all tuckered out playing with his He-Mans and wake up from his nap a little cranky.
Zack: When he overturned the tables of the money changers he ended up swallowing a nickel.
Dave: "Juge not," Infant Jesus tells us, "lest ye be juged."
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