Tuesday, July 29, 2008

We who are about to die - salute you

I read this post about how a relationship was like playing Doom II on nightmare mode. I laughed, and laughed, and laughed. For those who have played the game with vim and vigor; you will enjoy!

4 comments:

melissa said...

Oh man, that is funny!

And of course kind of nostalgic, looking at the pictures of the demons... ahhh, Doom.

Did you ever play Doom 3 on PC? Awesome, AWESOME game. Kind of scared me at times, but then again we were playing it with all the lights off and stoned. :P

tony reynolds said...

Never played Doom (too old, sorry, missed it) Like the Bjork poster though. "Do you think my girl friend is pretty?" know that. Surely, must be universal. Third week question... just after "Can you hold my purse for a sec.?" and just before, "You really need all this space?"

TomboCheck said...

Melissa - I did play a little bit of Doom 3, but was more into quake around that time.

And the scariest game I ever played was System Shock II. The graphics weren't the best, and the storyline wasn't the bomb, but oh my god was it scary as hell. I couldn't play it at night.


Tony - yeah, the pretty friend question sucks. IF you just straight answer no then they know you are just saying what they want you to hear. You certainly can't be honest, as that would earn you an ass-whooping. I've found that the best way to handle it is to stare at the girl for a bit (hey, why not right?) then say something like 'No, she doesn't have beautiful *insert noun* like you do.'

I'm almost ashamed to say that I do end up holding the purse. Every now and then I just shout "Stop, she's trying to rob me, help!" when she wants it back. That normally buys me a few purse-free days.

I've never had the space issue though. It is just assumed that all the space is her's, and I just have a small amount on lease. :)

melissa said...

I've learned not to ask or be okay with the answer. I know some of my friends are hot. Heh.

Every now and then I just shout "Stop, she's trying to rob me, help!" when she wants it back. That normally buys me a few purse-free days.

LOL