While the SEGA Genesis was officially discontinued in 1997, many of its most successful games found a home on later platforms, including 'Peter Gabriel The Hedgehog', 'Earthworm Phil Collins', and 'Mike & The Mechanics & Knuckles'.
are we not mlem
respect to the person earlier sitting infront of me in pol science typing constantly and extremely loud into their keyboard, playing roblox, and yelling in all caps in the chat while going fast in a roblox car "HEY COPS, COME AND CATCH ME"
you'll be pleased to know the new band is absolute guff
me (heard about this new band): hey i wonder if this new band is good. lets check out their albums
*every single one of their albums has a plain black sleeve with small print white text at the bottom*
me: urgh! urghh!! who the fuck do you think you are
are any songs good
Oh yeah - photo of that thing I was making last night. Not perfect, but for my first time placing glitter precisely I'm quite happy with it!
in the 1990s, nintendo released only two home video game consoles, whereas sega released over 3,600 --- an entirely new game console, every day, 7 days a week, for an entire decade. in retrospect it led to their demise but at the time it looked like a sound business strategy
cant wait for guitars to start coming back into fashion, and then go out of fashion again, until its happening so fast that all guitars have a tremolo effect on them due to record companies encouraging and then discouraging their use a few times per second
hope your bum's ok today x
you: youre only into that kind of eye makeup because you were a teenager in the 00s
me: yes but. what if we're all wired that way. i mean, why are pandas so popular anyway
you: i dont think thats valid evolutionary psychology at all
campaign to spell colour "culluh"
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moi aussi je poste un selfie où je porte un casque