8:57 PM on 07.22.2008
My wife and I come up with the best ideas ... in the shower. Today was Face Face, a villain in a horror film we're calling -- get this -- Face Face.
Face Face has a face on his face. In addition to the nose, eyes, and mouth on his proper face, he has another smaller set of features growing out of the side of his head. This is not another head, mind you. This is simply another fully-functioning face. Both faces will share one brain, with the larger of the two faces occupying 75% of the brain's capacity and the smaller face getting the rest. Because Face Face is four times as smart as the average human, both faces are more than reasonably intelligent and are forces to be reckoned with.
Send your videogame-related news and tips to email@example.com ... because we're all going to be really busy thinking about the casting for this Face Face thing. I mean, we need to cast someone different for each face. Suggestions (and Photoshops) welcome.
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