Sometimes, our work chat is mature and productive and focuses on useful things. Sometimes I just use it to come up with creative burns. These are all things I typed on Friday and they’re funny. Names omitted, though! Guess the person.
He looks like someone stretched a human skin on an animatronic frog’s body from a children’s musical show. At six years old, his mother sent out invitations to birthday gatherings because he was never going to a party. He has a great personality in the same way that a blank notebook has a great plot. He looks how ordering a two-liter soda for yourself feels. If he were Native American, his spirit animal would be an empty manilla folder. In high school his list of “character concepts” for D&D looked like his algebra homework.
Have fun speculating or just reusing these in the comments of What Are You Playing! Or just let us know what you’re playing this weekend. That’s fun too.
Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): Probably just some Pokemon Go for community day since I have E3 articles to write, which sucks, since some of the games and people at E3 reminded me of what I have on my gaming To Do list. Ah well. Maybe I can do pirating again next week or so.
Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): Trove again for me. Sub still going! Finished the pre-Geode quest line this week, so now I am back to my normal haunts. I’ll also be trying out at least one of the games I put on my summer to-try list, pulled from all the crap I’ve bought on Steam but never tried or finished. Just not sure which one yet!
Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): I’ve got some tasks and RP in Final Fantasy XIV, finishing up my Final Fantasy XI, and also now I have more stuff to do in Granblue Fantasy… which I will all try to fit in between various antics like finishing my house purchase. Whee.
Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): I am up to my radioactive armpits in Fallout 4 right now, but I might tool around with a new World of Warcraft Horde Shaman and dig deeper into Star Trek Online’s Victory is Life expansion.
MJ Guthrie (@MJ_Guthrie, blog): I’ll be helping some friends forge their way through an instance in Lord of the Rings Online. Then with leftover time I am going to split between some survival games, likely ARK: Survival Evolved, Conan Exiles, and Subnautica. Of course, something new and shiny might come along and distract me… (like the House Flipper that I so want to dive in and try).