> Are there air pressure or breathing mechanics involved? Or just the suits? If there are any air filters or anything, work those out first, then go in feet first. I think the actual hazmat suit is like a jumpsuit? Zips up the front middle?
"Isn't there supposed to be a filter thingy? I distinctly remember filter thingies from movies."
"I think these ones are supposed to just work with gas-masks."
"Have no gas-masks."
"To be fair, if breathing this stuff in was going to kill us, we'd already be dead."
"I suddenly feel SO MUCH BETTER."
"I thought you might. Here, we should do this one at a time."
Several complicated minutes of fighting with zippers and duct-tape later.
"So! I think this sorta works? You think this works. I mean it's not ideal but - and you're laughing at me!"
"No I'm not!"
"You totally are!"
"A cough! I just coughed."
"I hate being little."
"It's really not that bad! You could maybe roll up the sleeves a bit."
"Har har, yeah, yuck it up. It's your turn."
"Wait, before we do my suit can you get these handcuffs off me? They're really starting to chafe and see? I found another paper-clip."