That's totally not a trap.
He's a Vampire! He's going to suck your juices!
Cool looking dude with cool name.
Yeah, he's not a good guy, is he.
He says he heard Burk's name just a second ago, but I don't believe Burk introduced himself to any of the other heroes?
Burk will be OK. When Burk walks into a trap, he beats up the trap.
@Violet he said it too the first one two pages back.
And guess it was just the bog standard Burk constantly saying his name that got him spotted and turned everything into happy fun times for all!
Mister Burk? Burk didn't even notice 'er!
Has Pablo seriously not even been thrown across a lake yet? sluuuuggishhhhh
Comment redacted cause the wording is rather insensitive.
@Neorice, Insensitive? May I ask how so? Its a very broadly used internet term, the "T-Question" is a years old joke and a reverse-T is a literally just a term used to refer to the same situation but with a woman instead of a man.
@atlas Something being broadly used doesn't necessarily mean it's not seen as insensitive by a good number of people the term describes.
e.g. the term 'gypsy' is quite widely known and used but often seen as insensitive or even a slur by the people it describes, namely Romani people.
Using "trap" to describe people has a few unfortunate implications, mostly as it ties into the trans panic narrative that trans people are somehow trying to "trick" people. (which has been used as a legal defence to justify murder of trans people: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gay_panic_defense#Trans_panic )
Because of this association, a nickname that literalls defines someone as being deceptive is frequently seen as unpleasant/harmful.
Thank you for your understanding.