I feel the way you would

Much like the night, something much bigger and brighter than I will replace me and I will be forgotten.

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slayboybunny:

heres a fun fact that shows a lot about me: im pretty allergic to bananas but didn’t know it at all growing up until one day when i was like 17 i was like “man, i love bananas. theyre always so tangy and make ur mouth all tingly” and my friend was like “thats. definitley not what a banana is supposed to be like” one doctors trip later, turns out im fucking allergic to bananas.  

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meow-meow-man:

meow-meow-man:

I’ve really been in the mood to play an fps game, but none of them I know of have really good plots because most games are made to make money, especially in the fps genre, rather than tell a story.
When I become a game developer, I’m gonna make an fps where you start out as…

thank you! I will look in to that one. Now I don’t have to be a game developer anymore! I can persue my lifelong dream of becoming a TREE SURGEON! (No but seriously. I’ll put that game on my list.)

Well it’s pretty much Spec Ops: The Line besides the ending where they’re drinking lemonade and shit, it’s pretty gruesome tho

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meow-meow-man:

I’ve really been in the mood to play an fps game, but none of them I know of have really good plots because most games are made to make money, especially in the fps genre, rather than tell a story.
When I become a game developer, I’m gonna make an fps where you start out as a kickass marine doing cool things but then, slowly over the course of the game, you get more and more guilty about all the faceless baddies you’ve been mowing down until you come to the conclusion that by fighting this war, you and all the dead people around you are merely puppets in a vast and inescapable game ran by money and polititians and that there is no escape. You and your surviving comrades then desert the military and live in the countryside and drink golf and play tea. Just kidding yall die.

If a game like this already exists then oh well at least I tried.

Spec Ops: The Line

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officialsteampoweredgiraffe:

Back in 2009, Steam Powered Giraffe released their first album! Take a trip with us back to the beginning as we highlight our past albums on YouTube- including the artwork that fills their lyric books.

First up is our classic intro song “Steam Man Band” written by Michael Reed.

The artwork features a holographic bust of the robots’ original inventor Peter Walter I sharing an endearing toast with a machine that doesn’t know any better…

For our complete musical collection, you can purchase our albums from our online music store both digitally and on CD! http://www.steampoweredgiraffe.com/musicstore.html