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Robin Catches Batman Compromised

 (Everything in this post was generated by AI.)

 Robin was walking down the hallway of Wayne Manor when he heard some unusual noises coming from Bruce's study. Curiosity getting the better of him, he pushed the door open and peered inside. To his utter surprise, he saw Bruce Wayne dressed up in a tight black leather Catwoman suit, complete with ears and tail.

Robin couldn't help but burst into laughter. "What the hell are you doing, Bruce? Trying out new Halloween costumes?"

Bruce, caught red-handed, stumbled over his words. "I-I was just doing some research on how the Catwoman moves," he stuttered.

Robin continued laughing, doubling over with mirth. "You mean to tell me you put on that suit just to learn how to move like a cat? What kind of weird fetish is that?"

Bruce's face turned beet red with embarrassment. "It's not a fetish, Robin. It's for crime-fighting purposes."

Robin rolled his eyes. "Sure, Bruce, whatever you say."

Just then, Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, strolled into the room, also dressed in her signature black catsuit. She stopped short when she saw Bruce in her costume.

"Well, well, well, what do we have here?" she purred. "Bruce, darling, I had no idea you were into cosplay."

Robin snickered as Bruce's face turned an even deeper shade of red. "It's not what it looks like, Selina," he stammered.

Catwoman winked at Robin. "Oh, I think I know exactly what it looks like. I'll let you two lovebirds sort this out." With that, she turned and sauntered out of the room.

Robin burst out laughing once again, barely able to contain himself. "Looks like you've got some explaining to do, Bruce. Good luck with that."

Bruce buried his face in his hands as Robin left the room, still chuckling. It was going to be a long day.


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