I really love the fact that you can choose to spend an assload of resources simply to disable traction control on the Nomad and become a drifting legend.
Honorable mention: the game spawning NPCs in a mile off during dialogue and cutscenes so that scenes supposed to contain them now feature a nice section of wall paneling accompanied by distant, unintelligible speaking.
>buys microwave burritos >instructions on package say "microwave for 1 minute 15 seconds" >set microwave for 1 minute 20 seconds >80 seconds later microwave beeps >fuck yeah, burrito time >grab plate >plate is hotter than the deepest pits of hell >scream in agony >don't let go because burritos >plate is literally melting both itself and my hand >make it to table >take bite of burrito >mfw it's ice cold
It is widely known that Shrek=Love and Shrek=Life.
From this picture: It can be seen that Ball=Shrek.
This implies that Ball=Life.
Interestingly, this also implies that Ball=Love. What's the significance of this? I'll leave you to decide.
You thought that I had forgotten about it, that it would all blow over without so much as a whisper... You thought you could escape it...
YOU WERE WRONG.
In the Annals of Time it was written that a great day would come, and on this day all of Mankind would pay tribute and there would be much jubilation, for something most amazing would have occurred.
But, it was also written that this day would bring great sorrow to the kingdoms of men with the knowledge that such wonder must come to an
Nobody's satisfied with just half of a Kit-Kat. Why have two unsatisfied people when you could just have one? Go ahead, eat the whole thing. Savor every bite of it right in front of them.
"Mmm... Shoulda brought your own, son..."
Yeah, it's a blog about hats! Exactly what the title makes it sound like. Anyway, I have found that one can often tell a lot about a person's personality by the type of headwear they don. I have taken the liberty of making a handy-dandy, albeit short, guide to hat-induced personalities for your enjoyment!
Let's kick things off with the pakol.
The pakol, especially when worn by men named Derek, signifies an individual with poor decision making capabilities. This is the kind of person wh
AS WE ALL KNOW, DISCRIMINATION PLAYS AN UNFORTUNATELY LARGE ROLE IN OUR SOCIETY. IT DIMINISHES OPPORTUNITIES, IT CAN LEAD TO UNEQUAL PAY, AND IT HAS ARGUABLY BEEN THE CAUSE OF MORE CONFLICT THAN ANY OTHER FACTOR. RIGHT NOW YOU'RE PROBABLY WONDERING "WHY THE FUCK IS THIS GUY WRITING IN ALL CAPS?" WELL, I AM OF THE OPINION THAT ANY ATTEMPT TO END DISCRIMINATION IS POINTLESS SO LONG AS WE ALLOW A CERTAIN HEINOUS, SUBCONSCIOUS DISCRIMINATION TO CONTINUE. WHAT IN GOD'S HOLY NAME AM I BLATHERING ON AB
Recently, I found my old copy of Mass Effect and embarked upon my sixth playthrough with my original character, thus making it one of only three games that I have ever re-played more than five times (the other two being Mercenaries and Seek and Destroy). This got me to thinking, "Why the hell do I enjoy this game so much?" Here's my top three reasons.
1. The M35 Mako
The M35 Mako is arguably one of the most badass fictional vehicles ever for the sole reason that it simply cannot be st