|1.||God of War 2|
The second part in the God of War trilogy. A great game with tons of bonus features. Can be played in HD (must be unlocked) which makes it look even better.
Blood, guts, and extreme violence are at the heart of this game. The protagonist, Kratos, has some sick swords which were chained to his arms as a result of his deal with Ares (In God of War 1). These are versatile weapons, and the combat system is great. There are several unlockable weapons, each with separate strengths/weaknesses and styles.
The game follows this basic plot line: Kratos, a son of Zeus, wants to be the god of war. He goes through some trials, tribulations, and kills some bosses. Eventually he confronts Ares and defeats him, becoming the god of war. He then becomes the god of Sparta, and hence the Ghost of Sparta. He appears at the siege of Rhodes to make the final blow and conquer the city for Sparta. Zeus, however, betrays him and takes his godly powers. Kratos must then regain his powers, while killing everything that moves along the way. At the end of his quest, Kratos faces Zeus so that he may become a god again. The story ends in the third part of the trilogy, which has yet to announce a release date.
1: How did you kill that Cyclops in God of War 2?
2: I slashed his ass up with my big ass blades then climbed up his face and tore his eyeball out.
1: This game is fucking amazing.
1: How did you just kill that Kraken thing?
2: I climbed up his tentacles and sliced them both off. Then I tore up his other tentacles and his face . Then he fell over and I ripped his face in half with a bridge.
1: I need to play, now.
Formed in early 2003 by previous Inari members, TAKU (bass) and TJF (guitar, vocals). Features Machikara members, Machiko (guitar, lead vocals), Eri (bass guitar, vocals), and Hanako (drums).more...
Played mainly 'remixed' versions of old Inari and Machikara songs, but possessed four of their own Japanese punk rock songs written by Machiko and TJF titled, "six past f***ing midnight", "We will never forget", "Sakura" and "Falling".
Their sound is original and experimental, often using guitars to emulate the sound of Japanese instruments such as the koto and shamisen. Machiko's voice sounds the most beautiful, unlike her typical Shonen Knife / Ramones sounding voice in Machikara, and she skilfully emulates a traditional bunraku voice to off beat punk rock. Machiko sings most vocals in NRE, but is accompanied by TJF in songs, "We will never forget" and "Falling".
Quite surprisingly, the music only contains a hint of
A game whereby the one who is caught saying the word weeaboo must be chained to a pipe and paddled by all around him/her. Those with the paddles must chant weeaboo until the paddling is finished and the one chained to a pipe is released.
Person 1: "If we waste anymore time on 'weeaboo,' we'll be bankrupt by the end of the month!"
Person 2: "Did somebody just say 'Weeaboo?' 'cause I think I just heard someone say 'Weeaboo.'"
Person 3, 4, 5, and 6: "WEE-A-BOO! WEE-A-BOO!"
1. (Greek Mythology) A Titan who stole fire from Olympus and gave it to humankind, for which Zeus chained him to a rock and sent an eagle to eat his liver, which grew back daily.
2. The third moon of the planet Saturn.
3. (BattleTech)An Assault Class (100 tonner) 'mech. Same chassis as the Atlas, but different weapons: equipped with twin Gauss Rifles, twin Hammer missiles, and triple laser beams.
1. Prometheus is man's saviour.
2. Prometheus'orbital period is 0.613 days.
3. A Prometheus can devastate most medium and light mechs in seconds with some well-placed Hammer missiles.
1. The act of adding subtitles to a foreign film. Primarily refers to the subtitling of anime that is (usually) unlicensed in places other than Japan.
2. Act of replacing an indisposed teacher for an impermanent amount of time.
3. The act of being on the bottom in a sexual act, usually BDSM.
1. X: Hey, have you seen such-and-such? GROUPNAME is subbing it.
Y: Yeah, they're terrible. OTHERGROUPNAME does a much better job translating.
2. Mrs. Whoswhatsit will be subbing for Mr. Thatoneguy today, because he is sick.
3. X: Why is Z chained to the bed?
Y: He's subbing.
To be bonded together to something with chains.
Usually used in sexual situations.
1. He/she chained her/him to the bed.
2. He/she is chained to the bed.
A type of cheese referenced in "Bagenders", a popular AU Lord of the Rings fan fiction, that sadly is no longer updated. The full name of the cheese is "Old Cordwangler's Extra Blue Fantastically Mature".
The flavour and smell are supposed to be so violently strong that the cheese has actually taken on the ability to move, and attacks those who are near it.
It it used as a gimmick in Season 2, Episode 3, "The Dream Fridge" when Boromir posesses the fellowship's fridge and they are attempting different ways to excorcise him. Link to the story: http://tinyurl.com/9n8wp
It now basically just refers to a very smelly cheese.
"I'd like a quarter pound of Old Cordwangler's, please."
"Come through to the back room."
A heavy table, covered in scorch marks, sat in the centre of the room. On top of it was a thick glass bell jar, firmly bolted to the table. Through the translucent green of the glass could be seen... the cheese. Chained down, it occasionally hurled itself ineffectually at the glass.
Mr. George handed a spanner to the lad. "Release the bolts."
He tentatively approached the table. The cheese, sensing his fear, redoubled its efforts on the glass. Mr. George held the top of the bell jar firmly as the bolts were released.
"Now, lad, when I lift the glass you slide the cheese board under it."
The jar was lifted. The cheese leapt, and as it did the cheese board was slid under it. Now the lad held it down while Mr. George took hold of the diamond edged cheese wire. He looked up at Aragorn. "A quarter pound was it?" has asked, conversationally as the lad wrestled the squirming cheese.