|Monster Parts||head, arm, leg, torso|
As you wander through the hedge maze, you hear two loud pops in rapid succession. You turn and see two young blonde women wearing identical green-and-white plaid dresses. They each pop their chewing gum and look at you coquettishly.
"Come and chew with us," they say in unison, chomping away. "Come and chew with us forever and ever and ever..."
One of the twins gets close to your ear and pops her gum so loudly it ruptures your eardrum. Ouch! Ugh!
One of the twins blows a huge bubble and pops it in your face. It covers your mouth and nose and you pass out for a second. Ow! Ow!
One of the twins spits out her gum and then breathes in your face. All the rotted teeth from constantly chewing sugary gum doesn't help her breath any. Eek! Ooh! (stench damage)
Both twins blow a bubble at the same time until the bubbles join together into one giant bubble. Then they pop it over you, effectively covering your entire body in sticky, saliva-streaked grossness. Oof! Ooh! (sleaze damage)
One of the twins turns blue and starts to swell up like a blueberry, so she spits out her gum.
One of twins pops her gum at you, which is rude but not painful.
One of them makes a face, spits out her piece of gum, and replaces it with a fresh piece.
One of the twins spits her gum at you, but you dodge so your works don't get gummed up.
Both of the twins stop and rub their jaws, incapacitated by a sudden attack of TMJ inflammation. (FUMBLE!)
|You acquire an item: dress pants (4.9% chance)*|
|You acquire an item: that gum you like (24.4% chance)*|
- This monster counts as a group (of size two). It takes manifold damage from area-of-effect skills such as Wave of Sauce.
- These characters refer to the Doublemint Twins, a series of twin spokespersons who appeared in a long-running advertising campaign for Wrigley's Doublemint chewing gum.
- Their line "Come and chew with us forever and ever and ever..." refers to the Grady girls, characters who appeared as twins in the 1980 film The Shining.
- The miss message of turning blue and swelling is a reference to Violet Beauregarde in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory.