Laura: I am so disturbed. I can't imagine how they convinced anyone to wear that.
Brenda: "But... there will be slow motion beheadings!"
Laura: That probably would have worked on me. I'm a sucker for a good beheading.
Brenda: Well, it got me to the theater.
Laura: I decided, after seeing 300, that I was going to enslave the neighbors and dig a big hole in the backyard for the disposal of people who piss me off.
Brenda: "THIS... IS... MY GIANT HOLE IN THE GROUNNNNND!!!"
Laura: Exactly. I'm working on a good chest kick as well and, of course, the enslavement of the neighbors, so I have someone to dig the hole.
Brenda: I love these notes on the product page: "This item is not returnable after shipment. Please note that the shorts were approved in a dark brown and made
that color for production and are not the lighter brown seen in our photo. This approved dark brown was chosen by Frank Miller to match the novel."
Laura: I'm hung up on the idea of Frank Miller sitting around approving tiny leather shorts for men. How many did they have to go through before they got his approval? Did they initially not get his approval with the lighter brown colored ones and he called them and complained?
Brenda: "No, no, NO! These are ALL WRONG! Light brown just draws attention to the area. We want to be subtle, and also slimming. Do it in dark brown or never bother me again!"
Brenda: I also like how there's that tacked-on bulge in the front, though. Like it was an afterthought. Or an improvement. "Hey, we got nowhere for the penises." "Here, hollow out this walnut and weld it to the front. That outta do it."