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Fictional Femmes Fatales
Who is the hottest female character in your opinion? :D
– I love jiggle physics
That’s a very good question and one that’s been plaguing young and old alike now for many years. After much thinking and taking into consideration all the factors, the answer has to be…
…Irina Sergeyevna Prozorova. She’s young, idealistic, innocent and, of course, stupidly smoking hot. Just how hot is she? She’s fucking Russian, that’s how hot. Find a picture of a twenty year old Russian who’s not hot and prove me wrong if you dare. You can’t because they don’t exist. Of course, the one drawback to all of this is that she never shuts the hell up about going to Moscow but who cares? You don’t have to listen to what they’re saying if you’re having nasty turn-of-the-century sex.
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck would chuck wood?
Serious question; why is this website so cool?
– Serious Punny
Serious answer; because the writers here are awesome. There really isn’t any other way to put it, we are the shit and people love us. By ‘people’, I of course mean ‘women’ and refer you to the nasty turn-of-the-century sex mentioned above.
Financial Fucking Fairness
Dear Good Sirs of TTT,
What is the best way to determine whether a game’s DLC is worth downloading or not?
Dear Arby (if that is your real name),
The best way that I’ve found so far is to wait until it’s available on disc. If it’s so good that people are wanting a physical copy of digital content to the point where it ceases to actually be DLC then it’s probably worth getting. Of course, this very rarely happens but that works in favour of your wallet and possible entertainment. For the record, map packs are NOT worth any amount of your money. Anything that game companies were releasing for free on the PC five years ago (is it really that long ago now? Shit!) isn’t worth any more money now than it was worth back then.