We haven’t really giving our readers many more words to ponder on, so here are the words of the holiday from Urban Dictionary.
purge the cabin (November 25)
Rolling the windows down on a vehicle for some fresh air, usually after one of the passengers has passed gas.
Gawd damn was that foul! Purge the cabin before we sufficate back here!
sike (November 24)
The immediately preceding statement is false and was told to mislead.
I really miss that show Blossom … SIKE!
Unwrap the soap (November 23)
Being the first one of your hotel roomates to get up in the morning and take a shower.
Dude, I’m sleeping in. It’s your turn to unwrap the soap.
Poultrarian (November 22)
A poultrarian is a person whose diet consists of vegetarian fare and select cuts of chicken and turkey, typically lean and boneless. They do not enjoy red meat, seafood, or any other meat in their diet.
Poultrarian comes from the combination of poultry and vegetarian.
A poultrarian would never eat a steak, but would enjoy chicken stir-fry.
Warning! This video contains spoilers!
(well, it is a spoiler to be honest)
I will give credit where credit is due. Thanks to author GN, I have found a video with the game ending. Its the first one it seems. And yes, I used the YouTube search, so @GN: thanks, your vid is hitting the heights 😀
Yes, the GoW PC edition was supposedly released today, so we have a special preview for you:
As cracks come out, we might even have links for you!
Today, I have decided to reveal something I found out not to long ago. I learned that there is a place on the internet that gives free software and games everyday! They are free downloads and are your to use forever if you choice to download and install it.
Directly from the website comes this knowledge:
The idea behind this initiative is that many sites and publishers offer trial downloads; but only we offer giveaway downloads. What does that mean?
Basically, every day we nominate one software title that will be a Giveaway title of that day. The software will be available for download for 24 hours (or more, if agreed by software publisher) and that software will be absolutely free. That means – not a trial, not a limited version – but a registered and legal version of the software will be free for our visitors”
Of course, the only drawback is that you must install and activate the product within the time limit, so you have to install and run the program on that same day.