At dusk, the villagers are busy preparing for the wedding feast. The village chief is drunk, and the two of them decide to go to a "special place" , where they can "play among the he" . They decide to use a needle to make a "giant south african diamond" out of the "sweet potato wine island" that the village chief has shared with the villagers. The narrator tells us that the "surrounding herbs" will help prevent the pain of the needle, but that the pain will still be "a little bit painful" because of the surrounding herbs. He tells the narrator to "hang in there" for a while, as it sounds "not that scary." The narrator then tells the villagers that he will not have sex with them even if he is drunk. He says that he hasn't finished with them yet, and that theoretically only one of them needs to be "loyal" to the other. He warns the villagers to "hold tightly" because he has been "your slave" since he was resurrected by them.