Plus, he's so honest. With Skeletor, what you see is what you get. It's all in the name. He's a skeleton man. If he had a profile on a dating website you wouldn't even need to click the picture. What superhero is this honest? They're all about secret identities and sneaking around. Skeletor will take you for a big, romantic getaway to Snake Mountain, where you can relax by the glowing light of lava flowing from the snake's mouth, crank some Barry White, get loose, and just see what happens.
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Skeletor is obviously terrible with money. Does he even have a job? What is his income exactly? Is someone paying him to fight He-Man, or is he living on Daddy's money? He lives in Snake Mountain, not Skull Mountain, which makes me pretty sure he's renting that mountain. The rent on a mountain must be pretty high. Why doesn't he just buy a more modest abode instead of renting an entire mountain?
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Did he install the giant snake, or did it come with the mountain? We need to talk property values, Skelt-ey.
He's got a couple of henchmen but it really doesn't seem like enough to justify a mountain. Maybe he has a bad credit history so he can't buy a house but even in that case, he could still rent something smaller than a mountain. A mansion or a castle would be a cheaper and still equally sinister choice. If you're going to date Skeletor, I suggest a couple of fun outings like Go-Karting or Putt-Putting. Then maybe get out of there before he starts asking to borrow twenty bucks for a tune up on the Havoc Staff.