Gengis & Dennis
As soon as Gengis gets up, he furiously washes the dishes. Glad to see his life is back on track. By Gengis's standards.
...Do you hear screaming?
Looks like Postal Postal Worker has a daughter that works as a papergirl.
Sheesh, where'd she learn how to use that kind of language? What are these people's problems with the postal system?
Wow, look at those eyes.
That pure, unfiltered anger and hatred.
Letterbox for added emphasis.
Enough of that, let's head on down to work.
Gengis, I don't think your crops are doing to well. We'll have to do something about that when we get back.
Another day, another dollar. As Gengis heads outside, he meets one of his partners in crime, Sinbad.
Yes, that's the name the developers actually gave him.
Apparently, Gengis has been making good friends with his, erhm, "co-workers". Sinbad tells Gengis that he's invited to a party at Dennis's house.
Wow, I am absolutely speechless. People have been suggesting that we mess up Dennis's life, and then the game decides that Dennis wants Gengis at a party.
It's like the game just...knows.
Well, let's head on down to Dennis's house early so we can plan how to ruin Dennis's life, shall we?
Hmm. The police have been around Gengis a lot lately.
Just lean back, Gengis. Maybe they won't notice you.
Wow, Dennis lives in a nice neighborhood.
Are we going to a party with one of our co-workers or are we meeting the president!? This house is gigantic!
Eh, more to burn to the ground.
Gengis's #1 fan comes over and invites him in.
Look at Dennis's eyes. That's like cartoon-y puppy-dog eyes of unbridled joy.
This guy has less of a life than Gengis does.
Oh, get your head out of the sand, Gengis. Your little log cabin is nothing compared to this mansion. If your houses were animals, yours would be an ant and Dennis's would be a human. That's how amazing his house is.
Gengis heads inside and asks Dennis about work, but Dennis shirks away from the topic.
Whuh-oh. Looks like Dennis is on shaky ground with his dad about his lifestyle.
Well, this is awkward.
So. Let's go see if we can find something to burn his house with.
Ah, a fireplace. Perfect. Excellent.
Hmm, yes. This will do--
Wait, what's that outside the window?
A pool!? Awesome!
Pyromania can wait, we've got some chlorine-infused water that demands our attention.
Ugh, what now?
Now that we have no more distractions, let's go swimming!
Luckily Gengis brought his swimtrunks.
What I didn't tell you is that Gengis swims in his underwear.
Wait, I hear fighting.
Wow, Dennis's brother just kicked the living daylights out of Dennis's uncle.
Man, Dennis. You got some family issues.
Alright, who took Gengis's clothes while he was swimming?
It's freezing outside and somebody thinks it's funny to give Gengis hypothermia.
Gengis only brought his formal wear as back-up clothes. Looks like we're going to have to stick with that until we can find our casual clothing.
Anyways, Gengis heads upstpffthahahahaha.
Look at how ridiculous you are.
Dennis, you jerk. You have to be a rich snob and buy fire-proof fireplaces.
We can't burn anything with these!
Hey, what's this remote for?
Oh, well that's pretty neat.
I guess these fireplaces aren't all bad.
Let's try finding Gengis's clothes now.
Oh, they were in this fireplace.
Each bedroom has a fireplace in this crazy house. Because there's like ten bedrooms, I can't figure out whose room it is.
Dennis has just this enormous family with a barrel full of issues.
Oh, look. The firsts guests arrive to the party, and Jimmy "Bug-eyed Fish-Lips" comes over to Gengis and starts spinning a yarn.
Look at that overbite. You could plow acres of fields with that.
Gengis asks if he knows anything about who took his clothes. Although I'm not sure how he worked this gesture into the conversation.
Oh, some more guests are here now.
Gengis tries to avoid eye contact.
Gengis especially tries to avoid eye contact.
Mac'n'Cheese!? This is the best you can serve at this mansion party!?
Well, it's free food. Gengis can't complain.
Now he can complain.
You didn't even serve enough for the whole party!? You penny-pinching snobs!
Oh well, Gengis is highly trained for situations like this.
He's had years of experience.
But he forgot one detail.Now
you're getting it!
Gengis, Gengis. I didn't know you were a fingernail biter.
Oh god, Sinbad's walking over.
What a jerk! He just randomly decides to yell at Gengis about how his house compares to Dennis's!
Well, to be fair, he is right. But it's not like Gengis needed his opinion!
Gengis, offended, demands an apology.
Which Sinbad...accepts and apologizes?
Uh...okay. Well, that worked better than I expected.
Whatever, this party sucks. Let's ruin Dennis's house and get out of here.
Come on Gengis, think.
Well, time to get to work.
Even Gengis thinks this party is boring.
Well, Gengis is pretty tired. So let's get something out of visiting Dennis's house and sleep in one of his expensive beds.
Oh, I guess this bed is occupied. And judging by the clothes on the floor, they're sleeping au naturel
And they were wearing...two sets of clothes? Huh?
Wait, what's Dennis's mother and sister doing in the bed togeth--
...Oh. Oh dear.
Well, this is mildly disturbing.
Let's get out of here before Dennis notic--
Uh, sorry, Dennis. Don't know what to tell you, buddy.
Wait, Dennis...what are you...doing?
He just took the clothes and walked out like it was no big deal!
Oh god, this isn't a frequent thing for your family, is it? Dennis!?
Nuts to this, this guy's life was already screwed up. We don't need to intervene.
Gengis heads home and makes some coffee using his brand-new coffee maker.
And for two easy payments of $39.99, it can be yours
Gengis clearly isn't going to sleep tonight, so he grabs some coffee and drinks up. That's the end of today.
If you have any suggestions on how Gengis should spend tomorrow, additions or changes in his clothing or house, or anything else just post them in this thread.