It’s Baldur… and his Gate… BALDUR’S GATE!!!
me: it’s sad how many D&D players can’t spell rogue.
me: that would be a hilarious name for a rogue. or a multiclass barbarian rogue. illiterate so he can’t spell.
friend: a barbarian could never be a rogue, he’d be too loud
me: yeaah… “I steal his pants.” “you are never going to make that roll.” “no, you don’t get it. this is an INTIMIDATE roll. he is going to give me his pants or die.”
History’s actual Vikings would have scoffed at Chris Hemsworth for looking like a Nordic hobo who spent a night in a dumpster.
5 Scenes From History That Everyone Pictures Incorrectly
#5. Real Vikings Were a Bunch of Fussy Dandies
It turns out, the only thing Vikings loved more than a fine day pillaging and slaughtering was the sort of personal grooming most of us modern people wouldn’t dream of bothering with. Seriously, they were way, way into that shit: Pretty much every non-slave member of Viking society wore absurdly complex hair and beard styles they freely peacocked with to display their status in the community. Most owned elaborate grooming kits that included tweezers, razors, tiny scissors, and, presumably, the new album of that bone-horn player you’ve probably never heard about.
I am beginning to suspect that this webcam I found in a desk drawer is not very good,
"I can’t remember where I heard this, but someone once said that defending a position by citing free speech is sort of the ultimate concession; you’re saying that the most compelling thing you can say for your position is that it’s not literally illegal to express."
(via xkcd: Free Speech)
there’s bad movies that you just turn off ten minutes in but then there’s bad movies that are an adventure