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Devia Eleven

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  1. Check this out: I had my eye on a bar staff lass at my local pub, I did everything right and got her interest - she was taking my coat for me, putting on channels in the pub that i wanted to watch bless her and she was a stunner!

    So why didnt I up the anti and get dating her?

    Simples - she had a boyfriend who she is still with now, I worked out she was still at "that stage" where she has to cheat and explore her femininity, Why do I want to take on a lass who has a chap, sure she was HOT, and had an adorable personality, and i think it would of been easy to fall in love with her (all the guys in the pub were hypnotized by her i used to tease her for this) but if i had got with her, would i ever of felt trust? All men and women can cheat its a fact of nature, i just dont like it when a woman cant have a few months OFF without MIGRATING To a new partner, in a nutshell this is a warning about her intelligence, its cut throat, and as soon as you exceed her requirments or dont match up, you are gonna find out the hard way. = head fucked.


    I like to see a woman be independent and not a "jump from here to there" type of character, and i don't like them to be lazy.

    Yeah, that makes a lot of sense.

  2. It's hard for me to concentrate playing games like these in this decade. Most of these new games are good to mediocre, and are based off of a template that was created by better games before them. Syndicate is nowhere near being bad, however with playing so many similar and better First Person Shooters in the past, it's hard for me to get past a few hours. The point of co-op to me, was to have someone else help me, or have someone that I can assist to complete a game's campaign. Working out is easier and less tedious if you have someone to do it with you. I would have been less likely to complete Gears of War without a partner.

  3. The reason why Capcom is able to pull off the crap that they're pulling, is because people still buy it, which is a problem in itself. For me I prefer to have hard copies, I feel like that's proof that I actually bought the game. For some reason to me, I think somewhere down the line, the internet will forget that I purchased a game, as odd as that sounds. Not to mention discs aren't indestructible themselves.

  4. To all women and men who like penis, men do not choose their penis size. Keep that in mind before you start going off about it, like we singlehandly determined it ourself. Blamers gonna blame.


    There is a worse case of women who say that penis size doesn't matter, but if I approaced any of them with some 13 year old sized junior pre-school penis, she would be up in arms.

  5. It seems angry Mass Effect 3 fans still want to protest the game's endings. This time they're sending the studio hundreds of cupcakes.


    A user on the BioWare forums quickly organized a donation pool of over $1,000 and made a massive order of approximately 402 cupcakes from a local bakery near BioWare's Edmonton studio. "As fans, we want Bioware to do right by us, and fix the endings for Mass Effect 3. But we also want to let Bioware know, that we trust them, and have faith in them.


    "Bioware has been slammed by negativity from all sides in the last few weeks. This is our way, as fans, to drive our message home, but in a (literally) sweet way. We want Bioware to add some more 'sweet' to their 'bittersweet' ending. What better way to do this than with CUPCAKES :-D."


    The order has been placed and the invoice as proof was posted online (see below). The cupcakes are colored Red, Blue and Green and labeled A, B or C as a dig at executive produce Casey Hudson's statements where he said, “It’s not even in any way like the traditional game endings, where you can say how many endings there are or whether you got ending A, B, or C…The endings have a lot more sophistication and variety in them.”




    Bioware Forums[/b]]Ok' date=' I have spoken to a bakery located really close to Bioware studio's. They are called:



    The approximate cost for this is $1005.00. That includes delivery, attaching our notes and letters, and having some photos taken of our creation. Note** Owner was kind enough to drop the price due to bulk.


    The company DOES NOT have a paypal account. That means that I will have to place the order, and take contributions directly to my own paypal, and pay for it that way. Will have a final figure in the next hour.




    Every single person who contributes, will be able to write a brief note to be attached to the cupcakes. We will also, as a community, write a letter from all of us to Bioware. All the cupcakes will be divided into equal parts Red, Blue and Green colors... but they will all taste exactly the same.


    If you'd like to participate, please check out the thread below and let us know.


    These cupcakes can be delivered by the end of the week. Personally, I'm shooting for Thursday or Friday, since that's well in advance of PAX.



    This is AWESOME.


    We really do have the best fans in the world. If I'm around I'll definitely take some photos and post them on BSN!



    Originally Posted by Nathan Matichuk:

    "No matter which one I eat, they're all delicious!"


    Originally Posted by Bryan Johnson:

    I am just saying if Fuss can pull off a Marauder Shields cake you guys will have saved me from having to find a wedding cake supplier down the road.


    Originally Posted by Devon Gardner:

    Every part of this is deliciously awesome!

    Originally Posted by Stanley Woo:

    Before people get a little too freaky with their enthusiasm, I hope people realize that none of this is, in any way, shape or form, required to get us to listen to you. Nor can we be bribed to make things go your way. And finally, no matter what happens, we still love our community.


    That said, if this comes to pass (after all, nothing is guaranteed), i will dedicate my cupcake to those who said I should get more than one cupcake.



  6. I know nothing, we all know little. If the online pass is actually fullfilling what it needs to. Either way you look at it, people who hardly ever buy new games are suffereing, and are getting disgruntled towards companies. $59.99 for a single player game with no replay value is a waste of money, because I'm going to complete that game in 10 hours. This is why I use Gamefly. The problem comes in where I rent a game from Gamefly, but I can't play online because I don't have a pass.


    The only real reason I would think the online pass exists, is to help pay for the servers, if Mortal Kombat's online passes aren't being purchased, is that really a big deal? They're basically including online passes with new games free, and if they weren't every game would be $69.99, since it costs $9.99 to buy an online pass if you got a used copy. I know the used game market is hurting companies, which is why the online pass is supposed to make people want to buy a new game over a brand new one. What's absurd is that there will be a used copy of MAss Effect 3 in Gamestop as we speak for $54.99, I would buy the new game for $59.99 instead, or use credit from all of the other games you traded in to buy a used game. What if XBOX LIVE or PSN goes out, what if my code is brand new but can't be validated, what if the online play sucks? That means I just wasted $9.99, and however much money it took for me to buy the online service before the pass. It's all stupid.


    Capcom is a part of it, there's no reason for me to buy any of their fighting games, or any game for that matter now that I know the future DLC will be packaged in a "Game of the Year" edition. I could never imagine when buying a game brand new had so much risk. I have to think about so many things before buying a game new nowadays.

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