The above is what greeted one unfortunate gamer on Christmas morn after he asked his grandfather for Modern Warfare 2. Somehow, he did not specify that it was a videogame for one of the major gaming systems, and instead received the Modern Warfare Collector's Set.
As you may have gathered, the Collector's Set is not a special Call of Duty compilation that you've never heard of. It is instead one of those cheap DVDs you see in supermarket bins containing documentaries and feature presentations typically enjoyed by wankers. Not quite Modern Warfare 2. Except for the "wankers" part.
So, don't ask out-of-touch old people for videogames or, if you must do, please make sure to specify it's a game, and at least tell them the system it's for.
He Asked For Modern Warfare 2, But Got This Instead [HotBloodedGaming]
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