Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Athryn, Jan 4, 2012.
You've... played this game, haven't you. Did you have the snazzy uniforms too? ;-)
That's actually Hans in the yellow.
(BTW Hans, "It's a party game" was the best response to "why are there such unique uniforms." Because parties always come with skin-tight striped jumpsuits, duh!)
If not you are doing it wrong.
Sounds like you too have some experience here. Maybe you can help me out -- where can I get enough skin-tight striped jumpsuits for a party at a reasonable price?
We tend to go the silly hats route for our parties. I think I even have pics somewhere.
No binoculars or soccer balls though - clearly this is a deficiency which must be remedied.
Don't forget the Yak butter. Key ingredient.
I figured that was implied.
Seizures are funny.
Ok, it's a party game that somebody probably found well suited for some weird ass Japanese game show, so outfits were added.
I see. So you can neither confirm nor deny that was you in yellow?
I can't believe I watched that all the way to the end.
No ear, eye, or any protection...
I guess there's a reason why Mythbusters generally is behind cover when they blow up or shot at stuff...
Don't worry, he's a professional Russian.
(yes yes I know he's not even Russian)
So that's where the flying lawnmower came from.
I like his videos, but get the impression he's a bit of an asshole. I base this on the scientific criteria of General Feelings and his mocking of some takeaway employee's weight in one of his episodes.
Oh, I figured you knew as the resident Jimmies rustler. You can actually buy them fairly inexpensively I think, in kit form.
Has Boehner cried about this snub yet?
OMG Gawker! I wonder what the girls in home room are going to say about this!
Man I love my head coach
BLUH HUH HUHHHHHHHHAAAARGH
The crotch grab-and-throw is a key part of the tantrum.
I feel like I just put on the glasses from They Live.
Jeez! How does that cross thing work?!
Your brain gets two different inputs from your eyes and tries to create a composite that blends them together. Normally this works fine because each of your eyes are looking at the same thing just from a slightly different angle. When you get two different images however then your brain still does that thing but now it's freaky.
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