Throw down, Bird. I will kick your lily fucking ass at this game of positivity and light. Feel my compassion and gratitude all over your goddamn face!
(Note: we’ll probably have to wait until 2029 to play as I assume it won’t be out until then since that’s when their website is copyrighted.)
After reading your tweets, I had to watch the video. It’s magical.
Nature’s inability to even up his beard is very distracting to me.
This sounds like the sort of game corporations used to buy in an attempt to make their employees feel appreciated. Or that a manager would make subordinates play as a team building exercise.
I can’t remember the last time the presence of the Read Next Page button made me so happy.
I’ve got a game that involves bro hoofing and that’s it. I can make millions if not for the fact I never trademarked The Bro Hoof.
I think I already own this game. It’s called ‘The Ungame,” from 1972, and its all about going around the board and landing on spaces that make you pick up cards. Each card has some kind of soul-explaining question or action, my personal favourite being from the Christian-themed deck. The board is perfect in its tackiness, with the Cheerful Chalet and the Fun Farm and so on. All this is doing is ripping off the Ungame. The woman who made it should sue.
I’m grateful for you bringing this to my attention. It has truly enhanced my life.
Am I the only person who, watching the video, found myself growing increasingly livid over the backdrop of his shelves covered in chintzy middle class hippy crap?
“Hi, I can clearly afford to throw my money away on god knows how many worthless tchotkes, but I need $50 000 of your generous giving to have my vanity project about love and brotherhood manufactured in a chinese hell-factory”
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