- (Warning: this one could be a little taboo and/or "graphicish"
) Now I don't mean the box it comes it but the console shell itself. It is sturdy and strong with low failure rate. But why does it matter? Cause emo kids are sturdy. Sure they are skin and bones with tight clothes but they are sturdy. I mean how many of you could stand slicin' and dicin' your wrists so much without keeling over? They slice when sad and they are still around. Now this is where the failure rate comes in, they don't fail at what they are doing. The ones who want to commit suicide, they do it and succeed. The ones who are looking to "relieve" the pain, cut and successfully do it without dying. So their failure rate is low and can withstand the cuts.
- It is often said that the PS3 is not and will not be fully understood and what it's capabilities are and could be. There is always the talk of it curing cancer or doing other fantabulous things but will we see that happen? It is the same thing with this darn EMO kids! They always say how the world doesn't understand them. They are so misunderstood and no one listens to them about the great ideas they have. It is a shame, we might never read the PS3's poem about how much it really likes us, especially Europe (they have a serious thing going on).
Final Fantasy Games
- Thanks to A1HK
I was reminded of another reason of the emoness...have you see any screenshots of Final Fantasy XIII
? That should be enough but if you didnt't know, most Final Fantasy games come out on Sony's platforms (except for the DS, cause that just rules) and they are often filled to the brim with many effeminate male characters
. I know half the time I look at pics I have to becareful from thinking bad thoughts cause I can never be too sure if it is actually a female character! Darn those "guys" with their perfectly combed hair in their faces.
Granted a few of these are not strong cases but others make up for them. They all do point towards the same thing though, PS3 is frickin' EMO! That isn't to say that sometimes a little emo is ok, but in VERY
small doses! Otherwise as Snaileb would say, it is a bad thing
(couldn't find a link to Snaileb's anti-emo blog, sorry).
Oh Sony, you thought you had us fooled but I figured you out! Darn you! You emo kid, you.