SHAYERA: Well like you said, maybe people rush to have babies when they’re fifteen or sixteen in order to avoid being put in adult orphanages and so they’re still legally allowed to take care of the babies. Teen pregnancy for the win, people!
Yes, the person who’s always complaining about bad morals in cartoons has inadvertently written a book that encourages teen pregnancy.
HYPOCRISY, THY NAME IS ENTER: 8
ESME: Okay, let’s get back to the book.
Actually, wait, this is the really disturbing scene, so before we get to that, let’s watch an awesome video.https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=GyQjVtIGQg8
HAN: Wonder if Ginomon or Snatchemon or whatever the hell they are have such an epic theme song.
SHAYERA: Probably not.
ESME: (takes deep breath) Okay, back to the stinky book for real. Sally goes in the kitchen and since there’s no mention of her washing up or even rinsing the mud off with the hose, we can assume that she goes inside still covered in mud.
ESME: Sally hears cookware clanking around in the kitchen and now we get introduced to Linda properly.
I can’t adequately prepare you guys for this – you just have to read it for yourselves, so we’ll be sporking this part in its entirety.
HAN: Great. Just great.
“Just what do you think you’re doing?” I asked.
Linda turned around so fast I could see that she was smiling but stopped as soon as she recognized the voice.
HAN: What the hell’s that last sentence s’posed to mean?
ESME: I think it’s supposed to mean that Sally noticed that Linda was smiling, but once she recognized Sally’s voice, she stopped smiling. It could still use a rewrite since it sounds awkward as hell, though.
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