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#1  Edited By HypoXenophobia

 I woke up this morning with a bad hangover and my penis was missing again. This happens all the time. It's detachable.

This comes in handy a lot of the time. I can leave it home, when I think it's gonna get me in trouble, or I can rent it out, when I don't need it. But now and then I go to a party, get drunk, and the next morning I can't for the life of me remember what I did with it. First I looked around my apartment, and I couldn't find it. So I called up the place where the party was, they hadn't seen it either. I asked them to check the medicine cabinet 'cause for some reason I leave it there sometimes but not this time. So I told them if it pops up to let me know. I called a few people who were at the party, but they were no help either. I was starting to get desperate. I really don't like being without my penis for too long. It makes me feel like less of a man, and I really hate having to sit down every time I take a leak. After a few hours of searching the house, and calling everyone I could think of, I was starting to get very depressed, so I went to the Kiev, and ate breakfast. Then, as I walked down Second Avenue towards St. Mark's Place, where all those people sell used books and other junk on the street, I saw my penis lying on a blanket next to a broken toaster oven. Some guy was selling it. I had to buy it off him. He wanted twenty-two bucks, but I talked him down to seventeen. I took it home, washed it off, and put it back on. I was happy again. Complete. People sometimes tell me I should get it permanently attached, but I don't know. Even though sometimes it's a pain in the ass, I like having a detachable penis.

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#2  Edited By HypoXenophobia
@Branthog: 
As a homeowner, I recommend either turning off the lights, or just rationing. One piece a kid. Just make your bowl appear like it's almost done, so they kids kinda understand.
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#3  Edited By HypoXenophobia
@sodiumCyclops said:
" @HypoXenophobia: I kinda had the impression that YOU give the treat or THEY perform a trick? "
I think that's illegal in most countries >_>
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#4  Edited By HypoXenophobia

Razor blade apples. Everyone always gives treats, I'd rather trick.

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#5  Edited By HypoXenophobia

Tutorials / tutorial levels. As a separate segment of the game, I think it's understandable. But as apart of the main game, I think it's distracting and diminishes from the experience. One can read the manual, be more deductive.
 
Simplifying controls. This is more geared towards EA. Skate 1-3 did something interesting by using the analog sticks to replace the buttons. But I really don't think it needs to be added to every other game. 
 
The usage of the phrase "Easy to learn, difficult to master". It's been said to the point that it has become trite.
 
Lack of skill required to play.
 
Essentially, my complaints are geared towards how easy video games have become. As a person who grew up playing Ghouls N Ghost, I enjoy a challenge. Instead most video games seem to be going the way of simplifying to reach the broadest audience. End of rant.

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#6  Edited By HypoXenophobia
@OwnlyUzinWonHan said:
" @HypoXenophobia said:
" @crusader8463 said:
" Awesome. I bet it would be a neat place to work for. Unless it's just being one of the peons boxing orders. "
As a person who once boxed orders, you'd be surprise how great a job that is. I did it in college. The pay was decent. It helped me get in shape as I was walking, lifting, sometimes having to cram... Plus, if you finished up all the orders, you got paid for the day and got to leave early. One of the best jobs I ever had. Equally, the only job I ever got to nap in a crate. "
That sounds pretty awesome! Did they pay you minimum wage or what? "
I got paid 8.15 for 25 hours a week, so by Florida standards it was above. I didn't get any insurance of any form though despite being next to a lot of machinery and forklifts. If you're a college kid, I'd recommend it.
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#7  Edited By HypoXenophobia

If you had brought this idea up before Assassin's Creed 2, I would have told you "American's don't like anything outside of America" citing GTA as an example. But in a post AC2 world, it's anyone's game.

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#8  Edited By HypoXenophobia
@crusader8463 said:
" Awesome. I bet it would be a neat place to work for. Unless it's just being one of the peons boxing orders. "
As a person who once boxed orders, you'd be surprise how great a job that is. I did it in college. The pay was decent. It helped me get in shape as I was walking, lifting, sometimes having to cram... Plus, if you finished up all the orders, you got paid for the day and got to leave early. One of the best jobs I ever had. Equally, the only job I ever got to nap in a crate.
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#9  Edited By HypoXenophobia

The Sims (not Japanese but meets pretty much all you asked for). Disgaea 3. For the most part isn't randomly generated. The new Valkyria Chronicles psp game. The #6 is the one I have the problem with as I don't tend to pay attention to music in games as much, and I can tolerate any type of graphics.

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#10  Edited By HypoXenophobia

I did from when I used to listen to 1up's podcasts more frequently. There was an episode of Retronauts dedicated to the Persona series.