I like that it's absolutely impossible to read any of the text on the cards this kid obviously labored so hard to create.
I don't believe Yu-Gi-Oh actually has real rules. It's like Blernsball.
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It's kind of depressing how inclusive his roster is. If I were him, I'd have made just two cards:
I like how Peggy is categorized as a "Beast."
I wonder how long he spent picking the PERFECT song?
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I hope the person responsible for this is in his 50's and still living with his parents. They're now in their 70's but since they're distinguished, tenured professors and rather thrifty, they've saved up quite a nest egg for their bitter, lonely, inept and autism-addled son to suckle on for the rest of his life. After his parents pass on, he'll continue to wander their large estate, whilst continuing his online mingling with the aging and increasingly neurotic King of the Hill fanbase. Ultimately, after a couple decades further of semi-content delusion, he will die alone in his bed, calling out for a soul-mate that he never found, someone to soothe the pain of the doom that faces us all, but that is usually alleviated by the presence of loved ones.
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