I have a lot of fond memories of Halo, especially the multiplayer. I remember those wistful days being kicked off of X-Box Live for talking about deep-seeded personal problems and my dreams of one day escaping my parents' potato farm. I remember ignoring flags and frags, content to just enjoy a virtual summer drive in a Warthog. Those days are long gone now, thanks to CyberCandle.
See, CyberCandle has a very funny joke to tell you on YouTube. Far be it for me to ruin the surprise and tell you what it is, but I will just say that the preceding clause is the Internet equivalent of saying "Far be it for me to give you a heads-up about the drunk driver headed your way."
Since I am a video game geek, there's a lot of jokes about the Covenant and the Flood I could make about CyberCandle's future (speficially what I wish for it), but after watching the video more than once, you know what? I don't care what fictional video game faction kills this dude, so long as they do it. Fuck, forget the video game thing - if a mythical dog made of barbed wire and carbolic acid ate this guy's face, the world's still better off. Anything, really. I'm not picky.
|The result of delivering a baby when the birth canal is full of broken glass from Chernobyl Added: May 3, 2010|
Description: Master Chief cums in with an aggressive suck on things! (slowbeef's note: Sorry?)
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