Personally, I welcome our new overlord.
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TRUTH: High Five
LOL: Triple High Five Backflip Headspin
WUT? Genital High Five in a crowded shopping mall
Congratulations to Andy and the Astruc family (now +1!)
From The Daily Hotness: Singing dogs are endless entertainment
There are more English people than you think.
Here are some more people that are English, that you may have thought weren't:
The guy who plays House (Hugh Laurie)
George Nathaniel Curzon, 1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston
From Jim Sterling
There may well be more James T. Sterling facts next week! Assuming Jim hasn't exacted his revenge upon us by then.
From BioWare details January-bound Mass Effect 3 demo
Maybe I'm more astute than some, but I can totally tell the difference:
Hence why so many porn stars started out in IT, presumably?
From A Tale of Two Cities
You don't need to be a detective to figure out that this parody was genius.
From Review: PAYDAY: The Heist
jimmyx must have one of those fancy keyboards where you can set your Caps Lock to "Intermittent".
Wait, Jimi Catapiller is not totally on board with the idea of next-gen gaming? I hope that Sony and Microsoft have both been informed.
From BlizzCon11: Diablo III headed to consoles, no public beta
We all get irritated by butthurt from people like Agent 47, right? Well I've found out who to blame:
"Dame Mollygos is one of the greatest minds of our generation" -Aurain [aka The Bear King]
From The Bar
Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go off and make more images of Jim Sterling crossed with Ekans. See you next week.
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