Borderlands was good fun. I had both games on Xbox but never really got round to playing them. Then Josh pestered me to get it on PC so much that when I said it would have to wait to next pay day he just bought it for me on Steam.
He really wanted to play.
So that’s what we spent last night doing, and my poor little laptop can just about handle it. So Andy, Oli, Josh and co are going to band together to build me a PC purely for games. Because I wouldn’t know where to start.
So that’s nice.
Josh and I have a night of Borderlands planned for tonight.
Best way to spend Monday night.
I really feel for those girls who’ve had their privacy completely invaded with these photos being posted everywhere.
And the answer is not simply “Well they shouldn’t have taken the photos”. Of course they should, if they damn well want to. What shouldn’t happen, is some horrible little person stealing them and posting them for the world to see.
I have spent my evening listening/dancing to a Fallout 3 & New Vegas play list on spotify and baking cakes for Mums 50th party tomorrow.
Don’t I know how to have fun.
I’m pissy because a clothing company called The Childrens Place has made a Guardians of the Galaxy t-shirt but left one of the guardians off. They left Gamora off because “it’s a boys t-shirt”.
God forbid a boy wear something with a girl on it, I mean think of the damage that could cause! *heavy sarcasm*
It’s pathetic and it’s worrying that people still think that way. What exactly does the fact it’s a boys t-shirt have to do with anything?
Played the PT demo thing.
If you value your sanity/health, then just…don’t. Don’t play it.
That shit is scary.
I’ve had a 3 day message chat going with my youngest brother and it makes me happy that despite the 8 year age gap we still natter away like we’re best friends.