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Did you mean the similarly named effect, Hammertime?
Before you can get to the Sleazy Back Alley, a guy with a hammer walks up to you and says "Hey, man. It's hammer time!"
You make some mean jokes at his expense, and amuse the people standing nearby. They are clearly impressed by your Moxie.
|You gain 2 Sarcasm.|
Before you can get to the Sleazy Back Alley, a guy with a hammer walks up to you and says "Hey, man. It's hammer time!" You take pity on him. "All right, man," you say. "Stop. Collaborate, and listen to me. You've been telling that joke for over a year now and it wasn't funny when you started. Don't you know that making a bunch of lame references to stuff that was popular a decade ago will never get you anywhere? At least change it up a little bit, y'know?"
By the time you walk away, the guy is walking up to people and smacking them with the hammer, then saying, "please, hammer, don't hurt' em." You're proud to have shared your moxious ways with a hopeless geek.
|You gain 2 Cheek.|
Occurred at The Sleazy Back Alley.
- The description of this adventure alludes a song by MC Hammer called "U Can't Touch This", which contains the lyric "Stop! Hammer time!"
- The description also references the 1989 album "U Can't Touch This" was on, Please Hammer Don't Hurt 'Em.
- "Stop. Collaborate, and listen to me" is a reference to a song by Vanilla Ice, "Ice Ice Baby", which lyrics include "All right stop, collaborate and listen".