Discussion in 'Games' started by lilhasselhoffer, Aug 10, 2012.
Depending on the situation, I might volunteer to go 48hrs without my PC for a Klondike bar
since i have no idea what a klondike bar is, and its the middle of winter here - i'd freeze it and stab a hobo with it so i could steal his rags and cardboard boxes to shield myself from the wind.
i would a tell mi girlfriend about it an mek she leave out a mi house and go get ajob a wine pan di pole a that strip bar
my be then she can come back and help mi with this rent this time
i would go to mars on foot...
I'd play multi-player COD using TheMailMan78's mouse and keyboard and we know it has white stuff on it from all the fapping!
hmm, sandpaper takes too long -go for the belt sander. then again you could always drop trou and slide on the ice(your own human curling team!)LOL
OR I would put double sided sticky tape to the wheels of my wheelchair , wear a meat vest and go racing through the lions enclosure at the zoo.
For a Klondike bar I'd sail across the Atlantic on a raft made out of empty Skyrim retail boxes.
drink some milk and ate some jalapenos. HAHA.
Bump and a reminder:
You need to answer the question "What would you do for a Klondike bar?" It doesn't need to be coherent, sane, or even in English (though not fluent, I can muddle my way through Spanish and German and google translate or babblefish can be used to tell if there's an answer in any other language).
You have to have joined in May 2012 or prior. There's no post count requirement, but I've got to know you've at least been lurking around here for a while. I know some people prefer the shadows, but you've got to prove that the TPU community means something.
*Klondike bar: Chocolate covered ice cream square. In recent years they've experimented with different ice cream (mint, reeses peanutbutter, etc...) and chocolate (double thick, white, etc...), but there are two truths. The thing is great in the summer, and you wind up with chocolatey fingers.
The old add campaign asked "what would you do for a Klondike bar?" The people would say something like "climb mount Everest." The problem was soon it was taken too far, and the joke "would you kill a man for a Klondike bar?" became as prevalent as the actual commercial.
Knowing how twisted most of the people are here (myself included), I'd love to see where this kind of open ended insanity goes. I can always use a good laugh, with nobody losing out.
da fuq did i just read?
After the world ends and only few men are left I would teach monkeys how to talk and build but if I had a klondike bar I just might betray them for that sexeh peice of sugar.(why not, they would betray me)
Would take part in another giveaway for that bar
I would also Have the post by frylynkz made into a billboard and ship it to Mussels. All for a Klondike bar
Id have a three way with Hillary Clinton and Janet Napolitano
Five days, and a few minutes, remains in the competition. Remember, best post gets first crack at the game!
I know that Skyrim sold like mad, but there's got to be people out there that bought it for a console, and can stand for the (*sic*superior*sic*) PC version. That's what I tell myself at least.
the last console i owned was a Wii in 2008. IMO consoles will never have PC games beat and i just get more use and enjoyment overall out of my PC (consoles in my house tend to collect dust).
Also Black Panther has posted some extremely nice pics of Skyrim PC on her FB and some of the screenshots are jaw dropping
I would nom nom nom the smirk of Mackayla's face for a Klondike Bar
That was my point. The expansions on the computer make it a much prettier game. Better is subjective, given stability issues and the fact that Steam occasionally has issues. That's why I added a disclaimer to the statement.
Bringing this back up for attention, get in while you can!
Dad: Son, can you lend me your Klondike bar?
Dad: I need to have Klondike bar while waiting for the Giveaway of Nexuiz and Skyrim closed.
Son: What does Klondike bar to do with this giveaway?
Dad: Well, the organizer said I need to do something for a Klondike bar then I can choose which game I want. I need to show him that I have Klondike bar in order to get the Skyrim.
Son: When are you going to pay me back these Klondike bar.
Dad: Until I win.
Son: ... what if you didn't win?
I'm ashamed of what I did for a Klondike bar.
Less than 24 hours left. I'll be shooting out one last bump an hour before the give-away ends.
Skyrim for free (and Nexuiz if that doesn't tickle your fantasy), and only two pages of entrants. What the heck?
My guess: Most people already have Skyrim and few people are interested in Nexuiz.
What would I do for a Klondike bar?
I'd force my way into the MIT in order to study Quantum physics. After 15 intense years of research, billions of imaginary dollars and gallons of my own sweat and spit I would finally find the loophole in a quantum string, in order to go back in time. How far back in time? August 17, 1982. Where to? Mansfield, Ohio, U.S. I'd walk to Isaly's and order a chipped chopped ham sandwich plus an original Klondike bar and would proceed to have the best dining experience in the history of man. But that's just me.
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