So I play this game on Facebook a lot called Shell Shock Live 2. (It’s really fun, add me if you play, my user name is Shlabam, of course.) It’s a turn-based shooting game like Worms, where you’re a little tank shooting at other tanks at angles. You unlock weapons and whatnot. It’s taken a lot of my time.
Today, I log on and look for a room to join. One room is called “sexy girls” and it’s almost full, so I hop in. I figure I’ll have a little fun with these guys, so I say “I’m a sexy girl, is this the room for me?”
One of the other people says “lol i guess”.
I say “Cool.” Those are the only things I say for the entire rest of the time I’m in this game.
So then this guy starts hitting me up (his name is chickenwingz1), asking me if I have a Facebook. He literally knows nothing about me except that I’m a girl and consider myself to be sexy, but he’s trying to contact me further. The game starts, and he hits me up again, as if I forgot he asked the first time.
Then, when I get killed first, another player sends the message “gg [good game] girl”, like defeating me is some badge of honor, or my failings are due to my sex. Which, I feel I should add, is fictional, and only supported by a single sentence that is so obviously a joke.
We lose the game. In the next one, chickenwingz1 hits me up asking for my Facebook again. I start beating him and he ragequits.
hipflaskadventures asked: Once you leave SoCal the abundance of 711 reduces and is taken over by QT and Circle Ks until Texas. Then in Alabama Mississippi and the south the BP gas minimarts take over. Then towards Florida and the Carolina's I see a lot more of the Kangaroo marts. So every region seems to have a mini mart that seems to have an almost excessive amount of locations. This is in no way scientific, just something I noticed. I'm leaving out a lot of different places, next time I head out I'll pay more attention
Ah, okay. I just went cross country through Arizona and New Mexico until Alabama, then went up the East Coast to Vermont, and I basically just saw 711 everywhere (except the southeast, where it was the BP gas stations). I mostly see Circle Ks in SoCal (my main association with them is Bill & Ted, where strange things are afoot).
You guys should hella follow hipflasadventures, he drives all across the country and his blog is fascinating.
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