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.
Andys little sister gets her AS results tonight and my little (but not really he’s a 6ft3 giant) brother gets his and so we’ve bought loads of chocolate and celebratory stuff for if they do well.
We’re also ready with chocolate and hugs and general support if things go the other way.
Basically tonight we are a teenager support group house.
We were in a shop on Sunday and there was a mini metal helter skelter/slide thing on the side with a plastic egg at the top and my cousin caught sight of it and went “Awww look it’s like a slide for your eggs!” and pushed the egg down it. It proceeded to fly down at a worrying speed, not stop once it reached the bottom and flew across the shop floor.
She looked at me at went “On the other hand..perhaps not”.
Found a picture of the contraption:
On the same topic, gaming exclusives irritate me.
Ignoring things like Fable and Uncharted that are made by the consoles own company.
Why would you potentially halve your market?
Rise of the Tomb Raider is an Xbox One exclusive.
Which changes things.