Omg, there was a semi secret level on the game, I think it was Secret of the Silverblades for the C64, that had a room with about a hundred beholders. It was literally an impossible battle, and meant instadeath. However there was a bug that if you died in a certain way, all the beholders would drop their loot, you’d get the experience points, you could respawn and steal all the stuff they dropped.
Me vs. monsters.
This format appears to be habit-forming.
He, she or it, as the case may be, monsters.
You totally rational non-mythological monster.
My dryer is used +/- 4 times a week… That’s 4 hours x 52 weeks x 10 years… No less than 2080 hourz. At least 1/3 of the time I can hear the ‘clanking’ of zippers, buttons, loose change, etc., etc.
The interior though looks like it was just bought yesterday and was never used…
But my car will get a scratch on the hood in downtown, rush hour, bumper to bumper traffic from a mere pebble and be ruined for life !
Auto Makers: Why isn’t my new car as durable as a decade-old $200 dryer ?
You Monster(s) !
I kept trying to get that leaf on my fork,
and can’t tell if I’ve spewed toothpaste all over the sink.
My eyes, you monsters.
And now there are people who have swung too far in the other direction: people who think that chicken brined in a solution of sodium chloride in dihydrogen monoxide will give them cancer, because chemicals. The people who ignore the harmful chemicals entirely are far more harmful, but the people who want their food "chemical-free" are incredibly annoying.
Jeez, no cumin, no garlic, no pepper, no nothin?
OK, you are not the monster, but someone sure is…
I don’t know the chemical names for the flavouring agents in cumin, garlic, and pepper offhand.
So sue me.
What the fuck did I just watch?