WRUP: New euphemisms for eating edition
Stashing the carbs. Scarfing down the pre-byproducts. Making the mashy-mash with my bitey-bits. The great British chew-off. Food breathing. Taking an eat-load in the face port. Cramming ingredients together, extreme mode. The cook’s conclusion. Poop loading. Super happy chew-chew excitement delight experiment (only recommended for Japanese cuisine). Gobbleworking the lip bones (only recommended for Australian cuisine). Chewing on expired meat (only recommended for expired meat).
Chewy drinking. Bread gargling. Fueling this disgusting meat-prison of a body with stolen calories that are themselves drunk on the power of the almighty day-star until the moment that our black emperor’s cloak of night robs these feeble lives once more. The whole-mouth workout with added tongue exercises. Cheek largening surgery. What Are You Playing. Sneating (snake eating).
Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): It is too hot for long walks in California, but since there’s new Pokemon Go raids, I’ll probably go out for that for a bit. I also admit I’ve fallen off the wagon and gotten into Fire Emblem Heroes again thanks finally getting not one, but two versions of Ike, one of my favorite characters (thanks to Super Smash Bros).
Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): Guild Wars 2, probably? It’s the last weekend before the school year starts up for my family, though, and it’s PAX, so I wouldn’t be surprised if we don’t game much. I gotta turn my Ultima Online account soon too for the 20th anny stuff!
Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): Just Final Fantasy XIV like normal. You call it boring, I call it making solid progress. (And it means a solid backlog of games when I need a break, which is also good.)
Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): The usual suspects of Secret World Legends and Lord of the Rings Online are enough to keep me occupied, but I’m starting to feel a little wanderlust to branch out into a third game. Dungeons and Dragons Online keeps pecking away at my interest, so maybe I’ll return to that old favorite.