after a 12 hour car ride, i’ve made it safely back to kansas city.
we had the trip back home delayed by 2 days because we kept hearing reports of lots of ice and accidents on the highways leading out of ann arbor. but everything was clear today and it took us about 3-4 hours less to drive home than it did to drive to ann arbor.
only problem is, we left our pillows at my in-law’s place. good thing we have a couple spares…
Some people have sex and that’s okay
Some people don’t have sex and that’s also okay
but what’s NOT okay is putting fucking ketchup in your damn mac and cheese
no! ketchup in mac n cheese is a wonderful thing.
(Source: homosensationalism, via probablynotapie)
so the protag who i guess is supposed to be some good guy(?) that’s infiltrated a group of less than upstanding adventurers just slipped the goliath dude some poison and then stuffed him into a bag of holding then threw the bag into the lake they’re camping next to.
just imagine being the person to find that bag in the water, open it up and pull out a rotting goliath corpse.
so i’m watching dungeons & dragons: darkness. it really is like a d&d game- including that one dude in the party who screws over your wonderful diplomacy roll causing your party to have to fight off the town guards.
slow dash + crappy netbook w/no games other than solitaire= bored dan. :c
I drove up to Michigan for this?
Team Fortress Crossing: Two Leaf
World of Mickey’s Warcastle of Illusion
The Last of Lollipop Chainsaw.
SHADOW OF THE CROSSING
Crimson New Leaf
tabletop rpg where everyone is figurines and you roll dice, with your villagers?
plz give this to me now
Elderscrolls V: Munchkin
So p. much skyrim with game breaking mods that make both the character and enemies overpowered.
i’m hungry and at home by myself. i can’t decide if i should make some ramen, yakisoba, or just a salami and cheese sandwich, or if i should go out for food. help?
So a few days ago my wife was double checking with me to make sure it was cool for her to buy and download Saints Row: The Third onto our (my) computer because it was on sale for 50% off. I told her no, it’s almost Christmas, and to wait till after Christmas. She decided then that at 12:01 am on the 26th she would be buying it and no one could stop her.
Little does my wife know, I have bought her Saints Row: The Third for Christmas and have already downloaded it to the computer. Interestingly, the pack that cost ~$52 on STEAM and had all the dlc included, also included Saints Row 2 and Saints Row IV. Right now Saints Row IV is finishing up being downloaded.