Have you met all the thumb people in Mountain Viewtopia? You know, people who would look like thumbs if I were to, y'know, remove their hair and face and maybe—just maybe—Photoshop a fingernail where the face used to be. Obviously this is speculation. Whether or not I have done that is entirely private! I'm just being silly. I remove everyone's hair and face. It's fun. How else would I know what other things they can look like? It's how I learn, uh, really useful stuff.
Jucy is ambitious in every sense. She envisions and thinks creatively. She is a creative social media artist. She loves dorky stuff. She can't stop gossiping everyone's drama. She has the greatest sense of style.
Jucy is into asking for a friend's opinion before making an important decision, likes viewing the latest sci-fi movies, and reading autobiographical material mostly for the feels. On the other hand, she isn't a fan of romance films, subjecting herself to war movies, or listening to country music. Jucy will always choose highlighting memorable excerpts from Justice League: The Villain's Journey, honing her skills in Command & Conquer: Red Alert, and gobbling up jujubes in place of stomaching lobster-drenched catfish sliders that shits soft serve ice cream but was run out of town by the unicorn cartel for encroaching on its business.
Oh, but Jucy is also unusually stiff for a tall person. Most tall people have noodle legs but look at those gams! They're like a pair of scissors. Why does she walk like that? Well I know why. It's because she uses the folds and holes in her body for storage purposes. Some strange behaviors tend to emerge when your body only requires a single bowel movement each year. You start to think of your body in new and fascinating ways. Well, Jucy really took that on head first! Well, I suppose you know that it wasn't head first. Don't take everything so literally!