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I hope The Sims 4 breaks Spore’s record of most pirated game of all time.

I bought a case of contact lenses.

I feel like a newborn baby deer, looking around in amazement. All this peripheric vision is making me dizzy.

Got them both in on the first try, though. Nice. I haven’t worn them in so long.

Over this past week I have learned that the most terrifying part of horror games isn’t the actual game.

It’s browsing their tags on tumblr.

I love this fabric. I’m gonna make everything with this fabric. Curtains, a quilt, cushions, chair cover, cellphone cozy, laptop cozy, dildo cozy, a dress.
Everything.

I love this fabric. I’m gonna make everything with this fabric. Curtains, a quilt, cushions, chair cover, cellphone cozy, laptop cozy, dildo cozy, a dress.

Everything.

I just finished watching a commentary-free Outlast let’s play. The Walrider is hot.

Man, if I lived inside an horror movie I would be so dead.

The arrival of the new Ikea catalogue has more meaning for me than New Years celebrations.

I just noticed that I tend to draw Medic sad a lot, which is odd because I see him as an optimistic kinda man, super-confident and more likely to tell sad things happening to fuck off rather than cry. But hey, sadness means comfy boyfriend hugs. 

I’ll draw happy Medic in the future, I promise.

I should have made the background look a bit like Moscow, to tie this with a pre/during WW2 AU that’s been in my mind for ages.
The short version: Medic is forced to stay in the Soviet Union against his will, and there he meets Heavy. If you want to read a little bit more about it, check under the cut.[[MORE]]
So, this AU would take place shortly before WW2, but it wouldn’t actually tie into it much. Here is how it goes:
Medic is the best heart surgeon of his time. He is sent to give a conference to some eastern country. Before he can return home, he is intercepted by Soviet agents, who politely invite him to their land.
They don’t leave him any choice, and so Medic is taken to the Soviet Union, completely alone and surrounded by people he can’t communicate with.
There is one officer who can speak a bit of German. He explains to him that his skills as surgeon are urgently needed, but the details are extremely vague. They need him because someone very important to the party is in need of surgery.
They give him a place to stay, and the next day they send someone fluent in German who can teach him Russian. This someone is Heavy.
Now, Heavy is not directly involved in politics. But he has become a sort of unwilling posterchild for the union, because on top of being an imposing athlete, he’s also a scholar. So he has the brawn, and the brains, and the party loves to show him around with pride (despite the fact that they know about his sexuality, and hold that over him to make sure he doesn’t get out of line)
Heavy is somewhat neutral when they first meet. He’s been ordered to teach Medic enough to be able to read the labels on medical equipment and medicines. He’s sorry for Medic, but he isn’t there to “rescue” him.
Medic’s stay in Moscow prolongs more than he would have wished, with the things going on in Europe making his return less clear than before. Eventually Heavy and Medic start hanging out, and they bond. And well, you know this part. In the face of adversity, they fall in love.
The thing is that I’ll probably never write this AU, because I don’t know enough about WW2 to make it feel plausible. Even if it’s meant to be more of a domestic/personal story, isolated from the drama and the horrible things going on. My idea is that, since Medic doesn’t understand Russian, and Heavy doesn’t talk about current events much, they’re mostly concerned about their own lives.
I guess in the end it would be a drama about “forbidden love”, with them eventually escaping somewhere in a heroic fashion. And an excuse to have a Heavy/Medic story in which Medic calls Heavy “Mikhail” first, and later “Misha” (i love that progression so much). Also, multilingual Heavy. That’s like a fetish to me now.
Also a fetish: Heavy wearing soviet era Russian winter coats. Basically it would be an excuse to cram in a lot of Heavy/Medic guilty pleasures I have.

I should have made the background look a bit like Moscow, to tie this with a pre/during WW2 AU that’s been in my mind for ages.

The short version: Medic is forced to stay in the Soviet Union against his will, and there he meets Heavy. If you want to read a little bit more about it, check under the cut.

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Team Fortress 2’s bi-monthly comic was released one year ago. Only 3 issues have been published, which means that only 6 months have passed.

Which means that right now it’s February. Get those Valentine’s day gifts ready kids. I don’t make the rules of time and space, Valve does.

How does EA have the gall to ask for almost 40€ for expansion packs that were released up to five years ago?

"Into the future" was released last year and costs 39’95€.

"World adventures" was released in 2009 and costs 36’95€.

Meanwhile I purchased Fallout: New Vegas and all of its DLCs for 6€. New Vegas was released in 2010.

EA should be ashamed, but they’re probably too busy burying their dicks in piles of money.

cyristal-artist:

So I forgot to mention that I put up my poster Intel Grab onto the workshop. It’s the one I did recently with Miss Pauling in it. I’d be apreciated if you’d go and vote on it.

It took me AGES to make these two fall in love. Apparently The Sims 3 didn’t want to recognize a pair of middle-aged single men who live together, sleep on the same bed and constantly hug each other as a couple.
Meanwhile I keep getting pop-ups about total strangers having the hots for them. The Sims 3 is such a smart game!

It took me AGES to make these two fall in love. Apparently The Sims 3 didn’t want to recognize a pair of middle-aged single men who live together, sleep on the same bed and constantly hug each other as a couple.

Meanwhile I keep getting pop-ups about total strangers having the hots for them. The Sims 3 is such a smart game!

But it is console exclusive.

Yeah I just remembered. I could get it for the 360, but since it’s an online game I would have to pay for an xbox live subscription. And I refuse to do that again, since it’s a freaking scam.

So unless someone wants to exchange a subscription for filthy sexual favors i’m afraid it’s not going to happen. I just don’t want to give microsoft money that way.

I will exchange filthy sexual favors for a computer that can run Destiny and a copy of Destiny.

[edit] Hold on, i just remembered that it’s not for PC. Don’t know why I thought it would be.

Welp. Not going to spend money for an xbox live subscription ever again, so. Too bad.