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  1. The human brain is an organ that named itself.

  2. I haven't encountered very much of what's been mentioned, just lots of spam from people begging me to be in their Free Company, plus one idiotic healer that kept running ahead of the group and pulling enemies. My standing rule as a Paladin is You spank it, you tank it. Some servers are grimier than others; I've heard some shit about Balmung. I usually announce at the beginning of a dungeon that I'm new to it and people are more or less accommodating. Those who aren't are usually, for some reason that makes sense only to them, Mentors. For people that insist on being a gaping asshole, there is a Blacklist you can add them to.
  3. LOL, So I was thinking. Statistically at least one of you said that these types of games are making trophies meaningless. I don't even need to look to know, it's as sure a bet as saying at least one of you are completely unable to sleep without a fan blowing somewhere in your bedroom. And don't deny it, at least one of you can't sleep without a fan blowing somewhere. Yes you do. YES YOU DO. No, seriously. Which one of you is it who can't sleep without a fan blowing in their room? Fess up.
  4. Oooh, another Ratalaika plat. Neat.

    1. apfelpuffer


      Well, I laughed harder than I should :D 

    2. damon8r351


      At 2:10:50, he does Metal Gear Solid.


    Now your life will be divided into two phases: what happened before, and what happened after you watched this video that was in my youtube recommendations.

  7. The island upon which England, Scotland and Wales rests is known as Great Britain. This would imply that there are at least two Britains, of which the island is the greater of the two, this being derived from the "greater/lesser" or "major/minor" dichotomy.


    With that in mind, I would like you to tell me, or at least guess, where in the world is Less Britain. And yes, it is a real place that exists, if only named so in a literary sense.

    1. damon8r351


      And no, it's not the island of Ireland.

    2. Cleggworth


      Brittany, France

    3. damon8r351


      Yup, the name comes from Latin "Britonnia", literally means "Britons' land". It's also the reason why there's a region in Spain called Galicia, it used to be full of Gauls (Celts).

  8. Fun fact: Saint Nicholas is also the patron saint of prostitutes. Ho ho ho!

    1. DaisyVilla102


      Dammit it took me too long to get that double entendre. But I did enjoy the extra snicker. :giggle:

  9. In the original arcade release of Super Punch Out!!, there was a Russian character named Vodka Drunkenski. When the game was remade for the NES, the name was censored to "Soda Popinski". I am getting so fUcKeN sIcK oF cEnSoRsHiP! FuCk NiNtEnDo!!!


    Er...Wait, what?

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    2. Trophy Huntress

      Trophy Huntress

      I don't like censorship at all.

    3. KingGuy420


      I don't think people realize that censorship absolutely has to exist. I mean, if it didn't, I'd be running out to start a tobacco company that's advertises exclusively on cereal boxes and action figures lol.

    4. OhDearDevilRun


      Censorship has gone too far!!! Some things don't even make sense anymore!

  10. If you were a tree, what kind of tree would you be?
  11. Where do bad folks go when they die?


    They don't go to heaven where the angels fly. They go down to a lake of fire and fry. Won't see them again til the 4th of July.

    1. MMX20


      No. They go straight to hell! xD

    2. ee28max


      Nice rhymes.

    3. damon8r351
  12. All of them are good but my personal choices for the quintessential Final Fantasy experience for a newcomer is IV or VI, and also V if you want to add a job system into the mix.
  13. I figured out how I want Top Gun 2 to start: We get a cold open where we see a closed door with a sign on it that says "Captain's Mast in progress," then it fades to black, and we see the usual opening text crawl where we see the director's name, producer's name, production company, highest billed actors' names, etc, over black screen. In the background we hear the sounds you would hear when a typical US Navy captain's mast is being conducted, particularly Tom Cruise in the role of commanding officer reading out the charges to the accused, and the appropriate punishment. And it's some absolutely dumbass shit, like the accused popped positive on a piss test for Spice, or put a tow tractor into the dirt or something else really fucking stupid like a DUI. Like you'd want to punch this dumbass in the face the moment you met him. As the text crawl comes to a close, we hear Tom Cruise yell, "Dismissed!", and the accused is ushered out in typical military fashion. The scene fades back in, and we see Tom Cruise, standing behind a podium in dress whites, rubbing his eyes in utter frustration and resignment. As he loudly sighs, the screen fades back to black, we see the title card "TOP GUN 2" in big gold letters as the Top Gun Anthem plays in the background. End scene.

  14. What do Canadians say when they wouldn't want to touch something with a pole of a certain length?


    This isn't a joke, this is a genuine question.

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    2. KingGuy420


      We definitely say feet. It's a saying, not a unit of measurement... To be fair though, we do still use feet and inches for height, not sure why though lol.

    3. Shinobi


      @KingGuy420: I honestly feel like it makes a lot more sense to use feet and inches for height compared to cm. Like If someone told me they were 176 cm tall I wouldn't be able to imagine that but if they said they were 5' 9" I would have a much better picture.


      Weights easier though. Converting between pounds and Kg is pretty easy. I usually stick with pounds though. So this one bothers me a lot less.

    4. KingGuy420


      @Shinobi Yeah definitely. Americans use the metric system for a few things too so I guess it's not that crazy.

  15. I can clearly remember the exact moment I gave up, with much reluctance, on the reboot of Battlestar Galactica, and that moment was when we were introduced to Fat Lee Adama.