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Jack J. Jackson, Beer Delivery wrote:
They do look pristine and... so delicious...
We'll put them in back.
I've got a pretty good quantity of unused brains from the US Congress. Where do you want me to drop them off?
*drives box truck up to loading dock*
I also might have a lead on some more brains near the Hilton household...
to the tune of an old Armour Hot Dogs commercial
HOT DOGS, Ar-mour HOT DOGS
What kind of kids love Ar-mour HOT DOGS?
Big kids, lit-tle kids, kids who climb on rocks
fat kids, skin-ny kids, ev-en kids with chicken pox
love HOT DOGS, Ar-mour HOT DOGS
The dogs kids love to bite!
...Big brains, small brains, brains you like to lick. Grey brains, blue brains, even brains with bloody spots...
Wanders about staring vacantly, muttering "Where's the rabbit, George?" before shambling out of the thread. It is noteworthy that the normal zombie inclination to chomp on creatures with brains doesn't seem to activate on poor, dumb Lenny.
I've occasionally considered awarding a truly stupid character a 'brain eater only' invisibility as a benefit. This invisibility fails when attacking something that would ordinarily ignore the imbecile, or when the player comes up with a bright idea / has his INT score enhanced, temporarily or otherwise. Call it "Imbecile's Invisibility" or something.
Everytime I think of Of Mice and Men, I automatically flash on the Looney Tunes parodies: "I will name him George, and I will hug him, and pet him, and squeeze him..."
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
That was the idea behind Lenny. ^_^ I do miss the Loony Tunes... *sniffs*
You 2 psychopaths stay the f#&% away from me, I have a restraining order so keep back 500 feet.
George the Rabbit wrote:
Hay! Teh ribbit gott awl teh whey owfur hear!Cases ribbit.
Casper the Brain-Eating Ghost wrote:
you cant have it but if you lick it a few times it will provide you with the necessary brainboost so you can go without brains for longer.
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Hey! We have brains! Except those who donated them, of course. And those with decentralized nervous systems. Some of the undead are short too. And oozes, plants, and elementals. Maybe a few others I'm missing.
I'm not saying much about the quality of those brains, however. Mine's in the special state bordering between 'extra-crispy' and 'completely fried'.