“Hey. My shrink wants me to supplement the intimacy I haven’t been getting from my parents.” #FictionalCharacterPickUpLines
Post-apocalyptic bucket list:
- Find Apple.
- Get her some hearts.
- Rule the wasteland.
I feel like this is the part of the cartoon where super-genius Wile E. Coyote falls yet again for one of his own traps…
My new dragon, courtesy of the uber-talented deadlykiwi (Heather Proctor):
Face rehearsals. We got this. @SalIMakeMusic
I swing my legs over the side of the bed. My feet dangle halfway to the floor. “What happens if I’m stuck in this skin? Will I eventually grow up?” I think for a moment. “The real Tommy Carlton died when he was in his late sixties—does that mean I’ll die in my late sixties, too? Or will I grow out of my skin before then, gradually splitting at the seams like some kind of grotesque Hollywood creature effect?”
“That would be so cool!” Ernie exclaims.
“No, it wouldn’t! And what are you even doing in my room?”
I lunge forward, yanking my laptop away from him and cradling it in my arms. The screen’s all smudged, and there are crumbs all over the keyboard, and oh, geez, he’s got, like, two-dozen browser tabs open, has somehow completely rearranged my Unity desktop so that every window has a PornSmurf search bar attached to the top. Launcher is nowhere to be found; when I hit the Windows key, the Dash pops up showing various porn icons instead of my usual apps. “What…have…you…done?”
Chocolates + stuffed teddy bear + card = subscription renewed. #ValentinesDay
From Mini’s entry in Theo’s Book of Brilliant Lists—“a look at the various postures and positions employed by Theo’s friends during homework or computer use.”
Prolific YouTuber and self-proclaimed Internet Celebrity Dwade Masterson, better known by his “dwadeplay” moniker, reviews the Liquid Metal demo while eating chicken strips. Yes, the dwadeplay. #dwadeplay
I had an absolute blast talking to Kuma and Wyldkard (two really cool guys over at @GamerKulture) about Liquid Metal, indie gaming in general, and, perhaps most importantly, Bad Dudes. Live stream replay here:
Liquid Metal, for which I’m doing dialogue, also has a Kickstarter with some really nifty rewards for backers interested in helping to get the game funded. There’s also an actual, playable demo available this time around, so check it out, make a pledge if you can, or just tell everyone you know—or don’t know. Be sure to practice safe text.