Baby sister : The big sisters of comedy
Me and some friends are starting a blog and that blog represents us as a group. A group of friends who want to do Stand- up comedy, Write screenplays/short stories/reviews, Make sketches, Take pictures, and all kinds of other creative shit. We are BABY SISTER.
Tomb Raider Nation.
The first time I played Tomb Raider my first instincts was to try and find a way to get Laura Croft to take off her shirt because I thought it would be funny and weird. I would set her up on edges of cliffs just to jump off so I could watch her land. Watch her body disfigure as it hit the ground. I would run around in circle as wolves chased me shooting my guns without hitting any of them and watched excited as they ripped her apart. As time went on and I played the game I became comfortable with every button and what it would cause her to do. I learned how to respect her in a way that I had to survive the game or get her out of danger at any cost. It no longer became about controlling her but working with her. At first the idea of being able to control a female and do what I wanted with her ( in the context of the game) was amazing and some what perverted but as time went on I learned to respect her and take care of her and only then was I able to pass the game and the sequels that followed. What does this mean? Nothing or everything.
How much wood, chuck?
And now begins my hunt for the stork that dropped me off at my parents house.