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I am the room. I am the door. I am the floor. I am the ceiling. Bullets? Ha. Bullets should be your last worry, you perverse pinataphile. You would never see the brick I drop on your head to croak you!
First appearance: Hvs.tCF 302
Name revealed: Hvs.tCF 309
|Name||Person / Thing||rough translation|
|chacmool||sculpture form of a reclining figure acting as a bowl to hold sacrificial offerings|
|cihuachichi||Shirley||female dog, bitch|
|Itzam Cacahuatl||Benjamin||Master/chief of cacao beans|
|Teocalli||Temple||God-house; Aztec-style pyramid + temple|
|Tlahuelpuchi||Shirley||Tlahuelpuchi, blood-drinking vampire/witch/succubus|
|tlamictiliztli||ritual human sacrifice|
|Tzitzimitl||Skyy||Tzitzimitl, skeletal female deities (cf. artwork in Erf-b3-p330)|
|tlaquimilolli||sacred bundle (Huehue uses "and a tlaquimilolli full of shells" as an add-on phrase to describe Skyy, similar to "all that and a bag of chips" in American slang)|
Real World References
"Huehue" in the Nahuatl language translates roughly as "ancient one", "elder", or "old man".
Huehue's appearance is based on Toltec sculpture.
"Huehuehue" is used by certain subcultures to represent laughter. This usage is typically ironic or mocking.