You know your bite is poisonous and now I'm gonna die."
"Oh, shut up, silly woman," said the reptile with a grin,
"You knew damn well I was a snake before you took me in."
Michael Myers: [Holds his head underwater repeatedly, then tosses him on the floor]
Ismael Cruz: Mikey, please don't, buddy please, I was good to you, please, I'm your friend.
Michael Myers: [Tears a TV off it's hinges, hesitates, then smashes Ismael]
The fox said, "No. If I do that, you'll sting me and I'll drown."
The scorpion assured him, "If I did that, we'd both drown."
So the fox thought about it and finally agreed. So the scorpion climbed up on his back and the fox began to swim. But halfway across the river, the scorpion stung him.
As the poison filled his veins, the fox turned to the scorpion and said, "Why did you do that? Now you'll drown too."
"I couldn't help it," said the scorpion. "It's my nature."
They possessed the faces and torsos of beautiful women, and the bodies of deadly serpents.
"Help us, kind sir," the creatures begged.
"Of course," said the Baron. He took them to his castle, and patiently nursed them back to health.
And when they were both once again sleek and strong, the first one bit him with her deadly, poisonous fangs.
"Why did you do that?" screamed the second construct. "He helped us!"
The first construct shrugged. "He shouldn't be surprised. He knew we were monsters when he took us in."
"But we don't have to act like monsters," said the second. "I have chosen not to!"
"And that," said the Baron to the second construct as he revealed the armor beneath his clothing and drew forth his terrible sword, "Is why you will live."