Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Waverider, Nov 18, 2019.
She must have some disdain for Sony.
Woman filmed urinating on store’s PlayStation controllers
Germany? Not surprised.
Also kind of funny that a poster with the handle @Waverider would post about a woman urinating.
Heh, I am. When reading a title like that, I naturally assumed Florida.
Damn, Sony must have really ... pissed her off ...
Sorry not sorry lol
Microsoft makes it personal.
If the PS4 remote is yellow let it mellow.
I've heard of piss poor performance but this is ridiculous.
Wouldn't it have been more appropriate to do that on a Wii?
Reminds me of this one story where people had to "hold their Wii, for a Wii" which lead to a woman dying.
I remember that. It would've been an entirely different game if they had done something like this.
There's an entire game dedicated to reading a headline and guessing whether the story takes place in Germany or Florida.
Let's Play Florida or Germany!
Excretory functions? Germany
Eating People? Florida
That's my personal rule of thumb.
Human Centipede was a German movie, right?
I work in retail and we've had several incidents where customers will gather up a bunch of clothes then put them in a pile in the fitting room and piss on them. Most of the time it's methheads. But we also have a female customer who has come into the store several times just to take a shit in the shopping carts.
Armin Meiwes - Wikipedia
"He believes there are about 800 cannibals in Germany"
What the fuck?
I remember that as well. The radio hosts actually laughed at the poor mother's death. I think they got into trouble with the law for that.
It would have been funnier than a woman dying because she wanted a game system for her kids.
Yeah, in my experience retail will make you loose all faith in humanity. Especially if you work at a Wal-Mart... no matter the location it pretty much attracts the worst of the worst. That's not to say everyone who shops at Wally World are horrible people but damn if you don't run into the lowest of the low both as customers AND employees.
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