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Discussion in 'General Gaming Discussion' started by WiiUBricker, Jan 9, 2018.
She may not have a NES, but we already know where she is going to introduce her husband.
Why...why is it always Florida? Crazy-central.
Just smile and nod
Well, she has discovered a whole new meaning to "blowing a cartridge"...
Fucking savage but true
People have all sorts of strange conditions that I can't begin to understand because my brain isn't wired like that. But if this makes her happy and she isn't hurting anyone, I see no reason to not just let her be.
Why though??? Tetris for Game boy is far superior.
inb4 Someone connects every abnormal news and behaviors to the LGBT.
Anyway, doesn't look like anything can be done for this, but it isn't like this marriage is official and she isn't harming anyone,
I'm going to fuck the shit out of my "Mario Kart: Double Dash" disc.
worse than a crush on an older version of a poke girl (I call dibs on Dawn >.> )
Oh my god.
Idiocy at its highest.
Society at its lowest.
The shitstorm not escalated yet.
The capabilities not fully maxed out.
What is our world coming to?
Um... wow. That's all I can say.
If it's not Florida, it's Texas.
lol. this reminds me of those prank phone calls to Microsoft in which the caller said he had accidentally gotten his dick stuck in the disc drive while fucking his Xbox 360.
lmao, I had to google that.
yes, But I'd say this one is one the where you can just let them be.
Actually, it's a great recipe for avoiding extinction! It's natural selection at it's finest, in 1-2 generations, after all these retards have died out, humanity may only be a fraction of what it should be, but at least it will be almost entirely reasonable and somewhat intelligent people! Looks like we will avoid idiocracy...
I'm surprised nobody made any communism references since Tetris was made in Russia.
EDIT: To clarify, conspiracy theorists would say something like the Tetris theme song is a sleeper-cell cue that caused her to convert and now she is a foreign agent.
now i've seen everything, but still surprise me