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Dtoid history: Bad idea blooper reel

Jun 19 // NO LONGER WORKS AT DESTRUCTOID

Look, I drink...

and that has a tendency to result in some, let's just say, less-than-industry-standard ideas. For example, at the last Dtoid NARP, I tried to hire both midgets and strippers. Those little bastards make me laugh and I like naked people. Made sense to me. This video shows off something similar. Something that, at the time (and under the alcohol-infused circumstances) sounded like the best idea ever.

The bloopers were shot last year at a hotel following the EA Gamers Day event. It was a great day all around and we didn't want it to stop. One thing I did leave out is that CTZ was also there. What can I say other than, look, I drink... The backstory is simple and in the video, so watch it and stop reading this garbage.

[Workmeng note: This wasn't intended for the front page, so my apologies do go out to anyone that has never heard a dirty word before. It isn't full of swearing, but there might be a few words that are not appropriate for babies, Jebus, Sock monster, Obama, and Hannah Montana.]


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