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==Explanation==
 
==Explanation==
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[[Black Hat]] and [[Danish]] are more known for their {{w|Psychopathy#Sociopathy|sociopathy}} than their affection. In the first panel, they are uncharacteristically affectionate using terms of endearment by calling each other cake names, i.e. {{w|danish pastry}} and {{w|pie}}. The entrance of [[Cueball]], and his observation of this state, leads Black Hat and Danish to kill him and bury the evidence, so that no one knows that side of them.
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[[Black Hat]] and [[Danish]] are more known for their {{w|Psychopathy#Sociopathy|sociopathy} than their affection. In the first panel, they are uncharacteristically affectionate using terms of endearment by calling each other cake names, i.e. {{w|danish pastry}} and {{w|pie}}. The entrance of [[Cueball]], and his observation of this state, leads Black Hat and Danish to kill him and bury the evidence, so that no one knows that side of them.
  
 
The title text provides the alternative hypothesis that they were planning on killing him the whole time and were intentionally acting affectionate for the mental effect it would have on their victim.
 
The title text provides the alternative hypothesis that they were planning on killing him the whole time and were intentionally acting affectionate for the mental effect it would have on their victim.

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