You don't even have to put ice in there. Nobody checks that.
There are a bunch of video games where you play as a mouse or rat. That's cool.
But it seems like they're always going on adventures with little adorable swords and stuff.
Are there any video games where you play as a mouse doing traditional mouse things like chewing through someone's walls to get into their pantry?
Thanks to some kind of manufacturing defect, the button was always on.
Couldn't get inside the sealed case without destroying it, so I added a second button wired in series with the battery.
This was a good use of my time.
Here is the description of a game on Steam that you could buy with real money :
"A touching story of a young programmer Alexey. One day he meets a girl through a joke site, but who would have thought that Alexei would not be laughing at all. Take a pack of sushi rolls, saddle a snowmobile and go on a long journey to your princess."
If I'm killed by a mermaid, I expect somebody to at least make a good story out of it.
That map of British legends got me looking some of them up.
The story of the Mermaid of Knockdolian is kind of a stupid story.
This happened in the 1600s. They've had 400 years to embellish the story and this is the best they came up with?
Or maybe I'm thinking about it the wrong way.
I'll bet there's no rule that says all your cards have to be the same size.
"Steam Trading Cards" make me feel like an out of touch old man. I don't get them at all.
What's the point of them? Why collect them?
I click on one and Steam tells me that I could sell it in the "community market" for $0.06 or something.
Who would pay me $0.06 for a picture of a trading card? What do THEY want it for?
Addendum : In the interest of fairness, here is the flag from my home state.
It is ugly. Just a crest slapped in the middle of a white sheet.
The nod to native peoples is nice, but it's undercut more than a little by surrounding him with the state motto which starts "By the sword we seek peace". and a picture of a sword intended to illustrate seeking peace.
Thank you for listening to my rant on flag designs.
If elected King of the USA, I promise to sort this out and make sure every state gets a distinctive flag with simple geometric shapes and bold colors.
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