My name is Chris, and I have two eyes, a nose, and a mouth. As far as you know, I have nothing more than that because I'm too damn lazy to list the rest of my body parts. Just assume I'm a floating face in someone's closet somewhere. Better yet, just assume I'm a six-foot-five demigod hiding in your mom's closet. This is my main page, filled with all sorts of loveliness and some sorts of not-so-loveliness. So please, kick off your pants and stay a while. Just look through my collection of other people's stuff. While you do that, I'll be working diligently toward creating another sandwich, after which, I will just as diligently devour.
This is my best friend. Her name is Bre, and I love her more than air. And I sure do like me some air..
Created for Big Boss Brewing Company, Beercade is the first-ever beer-dispensing arcade game that takes the snore factor out of beer sampling. Instead of being served by a distracted bartender, wired beer rep or harried festival worker, beer lovers get to fight until the end for a sample of Big Boss’ most popular beers.
Beercade was created in-house by McKinney from the Flash-based game, The Last Barfighter, to the arcade machine itself. Players choose one of five characters representing the five year-round Big Boss brews: Hell’s Belle, Bad Penny, Angry Angel, Blanco Diablo and High Roller. In what looks like a standard biker bar, the players fight in three rounds using basic fighting moves like punches and kicks, as well as signature moves like fire throwing, unicorn horn impaling and butt slaps. The best player of the three rounds wins, and a sample of beer is automatically dispensed via the Beercade taps.
“Beercade uses a custom-made system that re-utilizes certain retro nostalgic arcade machine user actions for its concept,” explains McKinney Creative Technologist Adam Carroll. “Its coin slot has been replaced with a few drip trays, cupholders and motion sensors to accept a cup in place of a quarter. When we started, we were trying to find a way for retro arcade machines to live again, and when we brought the idea to our client Big Boss Brewing, they jumped on board.”Via: ENGADGET
Crochet Magikarp Hat Is Yours, But Only If Your Name is Caitlyn
Check out this awesome head-eating Magikarp crochet hat, created by Savannah Mitchell of Etsy. It’s 20 inches from fin to gaping mouth, crocheted together by acrylic yarn, and is currently only on same for someone named “caitlinsilvestri…”
This means, don’t be an asshole and try to buy this hat from the store without asking first, via message. Since this hat is made-to-order, this will take some time to create before it’s ready to ship out. Plus, head size is needed to make sure Magikarp can wrap his giant mouth around your noggin!Check it: More Magikarp posts on Albotas
Buy it: Pokemon Black 2