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Oh yeah that thing's in france

I set everything on Earth now cause I get homesick easy, no joke

yah we don't get this shit in england. everything's too clean and flat. scotland gets all the hardcore parks

walking around edinburgh on google earth, there's a big park in the middle of the city. In my head I'm expecting something like, Hyde Park, right? Flat, mowed grass, water features, etc? No. It looks like this en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holyrood

love too over-emote while listening to music

there's no way to complain about how crap Britain is, without sounding like one of those people who complain about how crap Britain is as a weird form of nationalist pride

LIST OF shows you watch years later and realise all the characters are terrible people:

scrubs
friends
spaced

Labo sounds like the name of a grange hill character who dies of a drug overdose

more life advice: buy so many solid state drives you don't know what to do with them

Isn't it weird to think that sonic 2006 is closer to the 90s than it is to now

Usually when I slow down I start a new game to bring the fun back. But then I usually abandon at least one of them. only the stuff I'm really invested in gets finished

my work output has been severely reduced as of late and I've started so many games that I don't dare start a new one just to get some momentum going

what's your favourite band ending in "-head"

"Skrillex Bangarang" by Skrillex

If it's too far, there's no weight and usually too much empty space on screen. If it's too close it's like playing on a game boy screen and being unable to see where you're going

There's a "goldilocks zone" of how far the camera should be from the player in a 2D sidescroller

You can all drop the "I want to eat a tide pod" malarkey. They look like they taste of toothpaste and mouthwash and you know it

turns out it sounds like it's underwater when the audio cable is all the way in. taking it out a bit fixed it. Discovered it by accident cause of course I did