|SolRo - 2010-02-03 |
So if I hadn't gotten hooked on games at a young age, I could have ended up like patrick stewart.
Thanks patrick, hit me right where it hurts.
Video games don't make her clothes fall off =(
there are some japanese games...
|StanleyPain - 2010-02-03 |
I would like to see him play Oblivion and his reaction to how he's only in the game for about 10 minutes.
Patrick has his own special version of the game. Instead of the king dying and the plot taken up by the main character, the main character dies and the king spends the rest of his life destroying demons, sleeping with beautiful women, and occasionally checking his e-mail.
|HarrietTubmanPI - 2010-02-03 |
Why does it sound like he's lecturing some nosey admiral from Star Fleet through more than half of this?
"...and that, Janeway, is why you are an embarrassment to Starfleet."
"Asking" should be in there somewhere. I guess question Patrick Stewart is so stupid that I won't even put the word in there.
|Meerkat - 2010-02-03 |
"Someone told me that Dwarf Fortress is very boring and I would never get interested in it. I had Christopher Lee put a knife in his back."
|fluffy - 2010-02-03 |
Well, he already lived through one hivemind assimilation, so it makes sense he'd be a bit Twitter-shy.
also he was born in 1940, so technically he lived through two
UPDATE: He is on Twitter now. https://twitter.com/SirPatStew
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-02-03 |
Wouldn't reducing life to 140 characters be the height of abstraction?
You know what? Screw it. It's Patrick Stewart. Call Miriam AND Webster, abstraction has a new definition and everyone has to use it.
|dickshapedfood - 2010-02-03 |
I want to hump Patrick Stewart.
|mouser - 2010-02-03 |
Five for the tag.
|Squeamish - 2010-02-04 |
Patrick, when I die, I am finding you in heaven and we will have many, many beers.
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