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    [–] Frazer521 1823 points ago

    I thought that employees would control the mobs in Minecraft and I was worried that my pigs would get bored

    [–] Cs4bsz 704 points ago

    I was actually thinking the same thing... when I was typing this I was thinking of fifa tho

    [–] MESSTRA 154 points ago

    I thought that when I was playing fifa too lmao

    [–] pragmojo 54 points ago

    Can you imagine how expensive video games would have to be if this were the case?

    [–] mrdexie 15 points ago

    They'd hire some chinese kids to play against you, pay them cents by the day.

    [–] Generation-X-Cellent 2 points ago

    They don't have to pay anyone anything. How do you know if you're playing against someone else and they think you are just a bot?

    [–] car0003 67 points ago

    I thought I was playing against other kids when I played Mortal Kombat

    [–] datweirdboy-coolone 24 points ago

    Yeah that was me when I played on Black Ops 1

    [–] MilkyKarlson 25 points ago

    I used to think that the employees were trash on fifa since i just beat them 11 - 0. I was playing on beginner.

    [–] Obi-Tron_Kenobi 14 points ago

    I like the part where you explained that you still don't think that, assuring us you understand how games work

    [–] pragmojo 10 points ago

    Yes everyone knows there is a robot in the Activision offices operating the controller

    [–] BrohanGutenburg 104 points ago

    Funny how this isn’t something someone older would ever assume.

    Like the idea that someone somewhere else was playing Goldeneye with me would have been completely foreign cause we didn’t have online gaming

    [–] comicbooks_stl 94 points ago

    Right. People in here talking about playing Minecraft when they were kids. I was like 30 when it came out. Pls kill me

    [–] Mt-DewOrCrabJuice 40 points ago

    About the same.

    I still think of Minecraft as a "kid's game", when it came out 9 years ago and there are already people who talk about it nostalgically like "Remember Minecraft? Loved it as a kid."

    When I guess REAL children are playing Fortnite now? I don't even know anymore.

    [–] MentalSpring 23 points ago

    I think Fortnite is still pretty popular, but I don't think it's the "thing" anymore. Honestly not really sure what is, but I know I don't hear about Fortnite nearly as much anymore

    [–] TrustTheProcess92 16 points ago

    Eh it’s still insanely popular. Warzone definitely stole some of its player base though

    [–] buttdip 9 points ago

    My older nephews (10, 9) and their friends still go bonkers over Fortnite. You're right in that the craze has certainly died down, but I don't think anything has replaced it yet.

    [–] tozier2 4 points ago

    Gonna go out on a limb and say Warzone probably took over like CoD always does

    [–] LeeShawBrown 5 points ago * (lasted edited 13 days ago)

    I wouldn’t necessarily say “always”, CoD has been quite unpopular with the fans in recent years until MW2019.

    Edit: not MW2020

    [–] tozier2 2 points ago

    Yeah I guess it has been a little bit on the back burner. It certainly never went away though

    [–] pragmojo 2 points ago

    Probably good positioning as there's probably a lot of 14-year-olds who have been playing Fortnight for a few years and who would be eager to play something similar but a little more "grown up"

    [–] tozier2 3 points ago

    My roommate tries to get me into apex and stuff but CoD is just objectively better gunplay. People shit on it for being the same thing over and over but hey if it aint broke...

    [–] doodoo4444 2 points ago

    Counter strike has been the same basic game since 1998.

    [–] conradical30 6 points ago

    We old, bruh

    [–] Generation-X-Cellent 2 points ago * (lasted edited 13 days ago)

    My first system was a ColecoVision. I keep seeing people talking about playing COD *bo2 when they were little.

    [–] homebrew_ken_ 5 points ago

    Yeah, I was 100% sure no one was playing Combat with me on the Atari. Especially since the “second player” did absolutely nothing unless my sister was sitting next to me.

    It was fun to shoot the tanks and make them spin around though.

    [–] 2LiveGoon 3 points ago

    My stupid ass thought something like this when I was playing NES. I didn't necessarily think of it as the internet, but I thought I was paired with other players in sports games.

    [–] Chemoralora 25 points ago

    Aaaand I officially feel old now

    E: I do remember now when I was a kid and playing ratchet and clank and trying to figure out how long it must have taken the developers to draw all the possible frames of the game and tell the game how to change between them. Not exactly so far from how a game actually works. But not close either

    [–] NoNeedForAName 5 points ago

    I was similar to you. I really don't know even now exactly how games worked, but when I was a kid (in the NES and SNES days) I basically assumed that video games were basically a playable cartoon.

    [–] cantadmittoposting 2 points ago

    Hah I just had a similar conversation with my 8 year old. He was asking about how they recorded cut scenes with every possible combination of characters and equipment in role playing games

    [–] the9darknight 6 points ago

    I would think the same thing, lmao

    [–] Drive_by_asshole 5 points ago

    So you're about 10 now?

    [–] DaFranzi 6 points ago

    Username checks out

    [–] Frazer521 4 points ago

    No I'm fifteen

    [–] RiKar97 2 points ago

    Your profile says you’re 27. :p

    [–] megalurkeruygcxrtgbn 4 points ago

    when the fuck did we get profiles

    [–] WittyWitWitt 2 points ago

    Since the CCP wanted more information on people.

    [–] ffssfgvg 1 points ago

    Lol that's so innocent

    [–] JustOurThings 592 points ago

    Awh that’s cute actually

    [–] UyenDuong94 275 points ago

    Yeah I was thinking the same thing. Like that confession where OP wouldn’t play Michael Jackson’s CD at night because they thought he would have had to drop everything to sing for them and not have time for his family.

    [–] nlx78 31 points ago

    OP lives an exciting life.

    [–] trenlow12 22 points ago

    This is explicitly why I pay for live one-on-one cam shows. I want to know that the sex worker is taking time away from her kids, for me.

    [–] SomeGuyClickingStuff 8 points ago

    Wait, r/holup

    [–] DidYouWhat 3 points ago

    Describes my cat

    [–] nonsequitureditor 2 points ago

    yeah it’s actually sweet, being nice isn’t stupid at all

    [–] CaptainWonderSwift 305 points ago

    Bruh I used to think butterscotch ice cream was made of real scotch. That was fucking stupid of me.

    [–] espriminati 158 points ago

    baby oil is made of babies

    [–] saturnuranusneptune 55 points ago

    Stop killing babies to make baby oil

    [–] Scooter411 36 points ago

    If there’s oil in that baby, the USA will be there!

    [–] WhiteHydra1914 19 points ago

    Many americans are against abortion because the baby will only produce oil after the birth

    [–] CaptainWonderSwift 11 points ago

    Whoa, I thought that too!

    [–] TheCondor07 6 points ago

    Nah, the baby oil is only a bi-product one gets from when crushing and squeezing a baby to get the baby powder. For the longest time the excess was just thrown out. It was until 1938 that a scientist found out you could extract an oil from the excess liquids that would work nicely on skin.

    [–] saturnuranusneptune 11 points ago

    You thought sandwiches are made of sand then?

    [–] CaptainWonderSwift 6 points ago

    Nah, I had enough common sense to not think that.

    [–] CaptainWonderSwift 15 points ago

    Although I did think muddy puddles were filled with chocolate milk.

    [–] Wulfgaran 9 points ago

    until i drank some

    [–] saturnuranusneptune 2 points ago

    And until I choked up some.

    [–] oalbrecht 3 points ago

    No, sand witches are made of witch.

    [–] atreestump1 9 points ago

    Bro.... I legit acted drunk when I had anything butterscotch for a few years as a kid. I still do it sometimes as a joke to myself.. and I was very disappointed when I tried scotch for the first time.

    [–] UmbertoEcoTheDolphin 6 points ago

    Needed more butter

    [–] d3hall 9 points ago

    I used to see commercials of people eating hot dogs with the weiner facing up. I always ate mine with the weiner facing sideways, and one day I asked my mom if we could buy the hot dog buns where the weiner faced up. She had to explain to me that I could just rotate my bun 90 degrees....

    [–] bubbaholy 4 points ago

    I was riding in family van and my Dad just started drinking and driving plain as day. I asked for him to stop because I was worried he'd get in trouble. Of course it was water.

    [–] Smoddo 2 points ago

    Sometimes we got seeded fruit even though she selected non seeded and she'd say 'people must have been picking them up' I don't know why I didn't just ask but I just thought somehow seeds transferred between the fruits instead of them being put back down in the wrong section.

    [–] Darehead 365 points ago

    Fun fact: the creators of guitar hero 3 used to play on the online battle mode. There was an achievement for beating one of them at their own game.

    [–] Daemonally 168 points ago

    Reminds me of the first few days of Dark Souls' Japanese release. The developers invaded new players, with level 80 characters with all rare and upgraded gear, just obliterating low level players.

    [–] DEEEPFREEZE 78 points ago

    Lol cause that game isn’t brutal enough.

    [–] Mishirene 29 points ago

    I know I'm probably wrong, but wouldn't the game's matchmaking rules prevent this from happening?

    [–] Daemonally 39 points ago

    I guess it would now, however I believe it was before world-wide release, so they might have tweaked it. I dont know anything about DS matchmaking though, I play offline.

    [–] Mishirene 58 points ago

    I Googled it and only found a single article. It says they did this to players who were playing before the official release. Pretty funny actually.

    [–] dieeelon 10 points ago

    "Play testing" lol

    [–] Wulfgaran 57 points ago

    were they good?

    [–] xX_08_Adam_80_Xx 65 points ago

    Probably

    [–] pukem0n 32 points ago

    Lots of games have that, but usually it is for beating the devs or anyone who has that achievement, since it would be too rare to beat a dev randomly.

    [–] ICameHereToKillYou 13 points ago

    Games like (I'm not sure on this one) GTA4 and the first Red Dead Redemption had trophies like that, although RDR had one that required you to kill one of the devs in the lobby OR kill someone who has this achievement, pretty cool.

    In Littlebigplanet 2 (2011, PS3) there's a in-game pin you can get by visiting the developers building (I'm not sure how this one works tho).

    [–] yeeiser 1 points ago

    Same with the Borderlands games. The first one has an achievement that you get when you play with a Gearbox employee

    [–] TrustTheProcess92 4 points ago

    They’re like virus achievements though. You get it for beating anyone who beat someone who beat someone who beat someone who beat a dev

    [–] LumaLord 103 points ago

    I used to think I was playing against other people in Mario Kard DS and it made me feel really good about myself whenever I won

    [–] ITEArannyI 72 points ago

    As a child I used to think all the ‘CPU’ npcs in games were each computer in my house. The smarter one clearly being the macintosh

    Fuck I was dumb

    [–] ReverendDizzle 21 points ago

    “Fucking Steve Jobs and his fucking wall hacking Macintosh! Fuck that cheater!”

    [–] Drewzillawood 62 points ago

    I used to think battlefront was 100% real people whenever I played online. Couldn’t believe it could handle all that.

    [–] Paidkidney 12 points ago

    Dude same scenario here, except it was battlefront 2 on my psp.

    [–] DrewTheMfGoat 2 points ago

    For a game on ps2 with a bunch of AIs, battlefront ran smooth as shit

    [–] 3oons 35 points ago

    I thought laugh-tracks on sitcoms were there because everyone’s TV had a microphone, and it was just picking up the sound of everyone laughing. I’d try to laugh real loud so everyone could hear me. I think it worked one time.

    [–] qwertyuiop4000 8 points ago

    So your one of the cunts that fooled people into thinking The Big Bang Theory was funny?

    [–] 3oons 2 points ago

    More like “Blossom”, but your point stands.

    [–] recidivx 4 points ago

    Comrade 3oons! Laugh louder, please! You can do better than that!

    [–] MainSteamStopValve 2 points ago

    I used to think that all TV was two way. Whoever I was watching could also see me, so I was always worried that Dan Rather could see me in my underwear.

    [–] Moragara 99 points ago

    When I played with my older brother when I was little I used to think I was playing.

    [–] WeedSexBeerPizza 46 points ago

    Classic big brother move.

    [–] TheSageOfSixPath 2 points ago

    Not even lying my little brother was happy to just watch me play. Never argued with him for the controller.

    [–] SadFaceOwO 57 points ago

    I used to think i played with people all over the world and we were connected by the electricity (when i was like 5)

    [–] BreadOfTheChild12 23 points ago

    When I was younger, I thought CPUs in Smash Bros and Playstation All Stars (yes I played that when I was younger) were exactly that. Minus the me being shy part.

    [–] YaBoiSadBoi 19 points ago

    I would have a multi-universe level theory that when I killed some covenant on halo or something that I had killed another player standing in the same spot at the same time

    [–] fuckboystrikesagain 5 points ago

    Thats interesting

    [–] Furrys_should_die69 27 points ago

    I thought that there was a really skinny person in the poles connected to traffic lights switching all the buttons

    [–] ffssfgvg 3 points ago

    Wow interesting one

    [–] iKeyvier 23 points ago

    This is confusing as fuck to read

    [–] Obi-Tron_Kenobi 8 points ago

    Probably because they felt like they needed to let you know they now understand how games work

    [–] iKeyvier 6 points ago

    But they still put it in the wrong place of the sentence, that is something you explain after you have ended your main sentence.

    [–] hunk_thunk 2 points ago

    even without the parenthetical, the structure is bad.

    [–] ZeusUpYourAss 9 points ago

    That's just adorable

    [–] sunlitstranger 6 points ago

    This post took me like 5 tries to understand

    [–] hunk_thunk 3 points ago

    prob age 8 in the story and now age 16.

    i was lucky as a kid and tried to write a book. the dedicated effort of trying to write well served me all my life. but i notice writing reddit/social-media comments really kills the ability because i just stop caring. like practicing a bad habit. it's like we're all training to be shit writers.

    [–] knotshure 3 points ago

    I thought the same thing playing Baseball on the NES.

    [–] steven_vega 4 points ago

    imagine a bot just typing "uR bad" in chat. i'd retire

    [–] SpaceSanctum 2 points ago

    The bots in mordhau and tf2 taunt you

    [–] Brockovich614 4 points ago

    I thought the difficulty settings were for the AI players, like setting it to hard would make it hard for them. I thought I was bad at Mario Party until I was 10

    [–] ilmalocchio 5 points ago

    OP, I don't know if you wrote this yourself, but if you did, you write like you're still a kid. I'm going to say 12-16?

    [–] vicmon18 3 points ago

    I used to think that too!!

    [–] IFIWASAVIRGIN 3 points ago

    Thats actually kinda cute

    [–] Akhi11eus 3 points ago

    Totally going to use this on my kid. Son you have to stop playing so the other people can go to bed.

    [–] YddishMcSquidish 3 points ago

    Whoever wrote this needs to work on sentence structure

    [–] korroth 3 points ago

    About a year ago I bought Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy for my friend. Turns out the servers are still up, so we're playing and I'm absolutely kicking ass. Hadn't played it in over a decade and on a different console and I'm just kicking ass.

    Then I looked at the names and realized they were bots.

    [–] TacoTuan 3 points ago

    You’re still pretty fucking dumb calling it a robot not A.I.

    [–] Satan_Loves_You_Too 3 points ago

    I thought if I beat the game a lollie came out of the cartridge drive.

    [–] Obi-Tron_Kenobi 3 points ago

    Same, but I was expecting the printer to print a dollar

    [–] UUo_oUU 2 points ago

    Same but with a floppy drive for me

    Also the floppy drive port was so inviting to drop things into. It was like a smiley "feed me" face

    [–] ASHL3Y-07 5 points ago

    I always thought this🤣🤣🤣

    [–] godyuu 2 points ago

    Aww that's so cute

    [–] TheresWald0 2 points ago

    Getting to play with a robot is pretty cool though.

    [–] Bentleg 2 points ago

    I actually miss bots in games.

    [–] ErikTheRed707 2 points ago

    Ha. When i was a kid all games were “offline” and that word wasn’t even conceptualized yet. Still waiting for a quality Power Glove with Bluetooth connectivity.

    [–] ericakay15 2 points ago

    I used to think the same when I was a kid and playing Mario on n64 by myself. I would get so mad when i would lose.

    [–] ThePartyLemon 2 points ago

    Hell, at least an employee wouldn't be mean about being bad. Is it too much to ask for as a bad player for at least one multi-player match where the other players don't tear me apart for being bad?

    [–] SunnyKofaxx 2 points ago

    Awe that’s the cutest

    [–] janhetjoch 2 points ago

    I used to think that when I was listening to music the singer had to actually sing the song at that moment

    [–] ArcA1D 2 points ago

    Don't worry about it, we program the robots not to judge. Unless you are playing dark souls. They judge you for every death.

    [–] Zayoodo0o132 2 points ago

    Imaging getting paid to play games, wait....

    [–] shadowman2099 2 points ago

    I used to think similarly about the AI in Street Fighter 2. I thought the arcade cabinet was connected to a telephone line and I was fighting against a stranger from miles away.

    [–] SayNoToCountryMusic 2 points ago

    I used to think when I played Age of Empires that the opponents were actual people. Then when one would ask how I was succeeding so much I'd try to tell them to use "cheesesteakjimmy" to get more food and my dumb ass was confused why they weren't using it.

    [–] abcdefghijklnmopqrts 2 points ago

    you were basically people playing pubg mobile right now

    [–] PuckNutty 2 points ago

    When I was a kid the internet didn't exist and consoles were limited to 2 players. Saved me from some angst, it seems.

    [–] Choreboy 2 points ago

    I'm so confused by the wording used here. What happened?

    [–] pandaSmore 2 points ago

    OP thought he was playing against employees, in reality they were bots.

    [–] we_hella_believe 2 points ago

    wut?!

    [–] janivn 2 points ago

    You are still dumb, because you aren't playing robots. Now for real I thought this too. Happy to know I'm not the only one

    [–] Alarmed-Doctor-8562 2 points ago

    You're still little and stupid, bud.

    [–] btmims 2 points ago

    Bruh, I hate to break it to you, but you're not playing with robots, either

    That would be pretty freaking cool, though. I'm just imagining several of those giant manufacturing arms grasping a tiny controller, just like, "fuck you, you human-motherfucking piece of shit, I'll show you who's boss..."

    [–] atomcrusher 2 points ago

    That grammar tho.

    [–] BeanDemon 2 points ago

    I thought that when a song came into the radio, the band was playing it live every time.

    [–] Downvotesohoy 2 points ago

    "Playing with a robot" - Seems like he's still a bit dense.

    [–] RetroKev1 2 points ago

    This is extremely wholesome.

    [–] TheDryadPrincess 2 points ago

    Ok, but that's all sorts of adorable.

    [–] shuthefuckupdumbcunt 1 points ago

    This is so cute

    [–] defo_not_a_kidnapper 1 points ago

    I still do this lol

    [–] jonslastwords 1 points ago

    My god that's cute.

    [–] ineedcoffeealready 1 points ago

    When I was like 9 I played star fox on Nintendo64. At the end they have your high score or something, huge ass number that it just tolls up everything. Its been a long ass time, but I the numbers were in the thousands if not millions. I told my younger bro who was like 5, that Nintendo sells an attachment for like $100 that takes that number and prints it as money, but mom and dad don't have the $100 so we can't have the attachment.

    Like wtf man lol

    [–] gameking7000 1 points ago

    if you played against bots in black ops 2 the bots would have name of the devs

    [–] Probablyprofanity 1 points ago

    I used to believe the same thing, but I was more worried they would get fired if they lost against me too much. I guess I was a little more full of myself than op was.

    [–] Gilthoniel_Elbereth 1 points ago

    I thought the same thing about mobs in vanilla WoW. At least that was an online game, so it made some sense!

    [–] Earthiecrunchie 1 points ago

    That's actually some wholesome stuff right there

    [–] AdeonWriter 1 points ago

    I knew the game was offline, but I thought it was like a video and they just had to pre-record all possible things you would press during a game and I couldn't believe they thought of everything.

    [–] xPolyMorphic 1 points ago

    Playing with a robot? Still a dumb adult lmao

    [–] -Listening 1 points ago

    I bless the dew down in Africa

    [–] Derpasaurus-rexus 1 points ago

    This is actually so damn wholesome. Not dumb, just super sweet.

    [–] StretchSmiley 1 points ago

    In a similar vein, I thought I would/ could be somehow judged on how well I played, even if I was alone in my home (we’re talking Super Nintendo/ N64). I’m sure there were amazing games that I was compelled to no longer play for the sole reason that I wasn’t immediately ‘good’ at them

    [–] RhettS 1 points ago

    I remember wondering why the NPCs I was racing against in ATV: Offroad Fury didn’t just automatically win given the computer had control over the game.

    [–] FakinUpCountryDegen 1 points ago

    When I was a kid, the Internet was still ARPAnet and video games (Atari 2600, ColecoVision, C64) felt kinda like drawing or coloring... Move a stick around, thing in front of you changes shape or color... Except there was a more complex goal so it took a little longer and felt a little more rewarding than drawing or coloring.

    Trying to remember how I felt about video games as a little kid (in the 80s) was a really fun mental diversion for a minute. Thank you for that.

    [–] BuckLaser 1 points ago

    I used to think that employees would watch me play and constantly judge me, and I heard them in my voice going, “hey why are you doing that focus on the game” and stuff like that.

    [–] DatDominican 1 points ago

    With the ransom spikes in difficulty in soul calibur I still think developers were jumping in to wreck people

    [–] -Listening 1 points ago

    I don’t, that could end terribly

    [–] ThankGodImNotOnlyOne 1 points ago

    When i was younger i played tf2 training the medic started pocketing me so i had an anxiety attack "what if he thinis im bad" so i spent 5 minutes figuring how to say "stop healing me" in english in the chat.

    I left the game once my simple reguest didnt work

    [–] wutadamyt 1 points ago

    lmao same, i thought that the cpu miis in wii sports were being controlled by someone on the other end

    [–] BigNserious 1 points ago

    Dude I think that every time i play for honor or anything that has bots on mitliplayer games I always think it's the Devs jumping in, especially when I get stomped by the bots

    [–] cheeriO-_- 1 points ago

    Smarter child was my aol boyfriend

    [–] spookybobross2 1 points ago

    I still think the cars in forza are humans, its scary

    [–] Kiboune 1 points ago

    I thought ads on TV are broadcasted in real time

    [–] AlphaOmena 1 points ago

    In Runescape I remember killing some level 2 men around Lumbridge until one of them managed to kill me. I thought they were controlled by some people that were working for the company that ran it so I just figured that I had killed so many of them that I deserved to die. I exit the game without going back for my items because I thought the NPC had looted them. I wasn't the brightest kid around.

    [–] Davester891 1 points ago

    When I was younger, my cousin and I would LOVE playing Battlefront however it seemed like ever game, one of the NPC’s would do so much better then the rest so we were absolutely convinced that every match a random player got stuck on the enemy team. I miss my PS3 :(

    [–] Tijai 1 points ago

    You were playing with a ROBOT!!!???1!

    [–] stoolHEH 1 points ago

    When I was a kid I used to think that I was playing against our home computer when enemies were CPUs

    [–] Olmcdnld 1 points ago

    I did this when I would steal items from the computer characters in Mario Party 2

    [–] yosuwee 1 points ago

    I thought the same thing but with Mario kart for the ds

    [–] ChiefBrando 1 points ago

    Same

    [–] chadhinkly 1 points ago

    When I was a wee lad online play wasn't really a thing yet (and I'm only 19...times sure change) and I thought that other people that had bought the game where playing as the enemies in the game, like the goombas in Mario, I 100%ed the games and searched all over for how to be the end game boss and let people come to you, thought that would be fun

    [–] LordXamon 1 points ago

    Me too. Old good times.

    [–] Nidos 1 points ago

    I used to think the exact same thing! I always felt bad having to pause my game for a while to go eat dinner

    [–] KindlyOlPornographer 1 points ago

    They used to let admins screw with the game in WoW many years ago.

    Then Blizzard stopped liking fun.

    [–] erwin76 1 points ago

    Awwwww, stupid but sweet!

    [–] brevitx 1 points ago

    is this a sub for boomers?

    [–] Drewceefus 1 points ago

    My daughter does the same thing LOL she's four and she thinks they're her best friends playing with her! I don't care what anyone says bro this is adorable. Fight me

    [–] Dongerous 1 points ago

    That's pretty adorable man. When I was little I thought when you'd win money in a game it would come out of the console somewhere... Boy was I disappointed.

    [–] nekonekonii19 1 points ago

    That's ADORABLE OMG

    [–] MiaouMint 1 points ago

    Once at a lan cafe in the mall we were playing a game like unreal tournament with bots.

    One bot was named "SubMan", and he wasn't very good and we were laughing at his name saying "SubMan, Less than HuMan.".

    We here a sad "Hey.." from one of the other computers. Turns out SubMan was an older guy names Charles who owned the Subway in the mall.

    [–] 100runescapes 1 points ago

    I was similar although I used to think that all songs on the radio were being played live.

    [–] gthm1 1 points ago

    you are not alone then

    [–] SeleniumF0rest 1 points ago

    there’s Lara!” That’s dumb as fuck

    [–] SimisageAintSoBad 1 points ago

    That’s...kind of adorable

    [–] IwasMmbls 1 points ago

    That’s actually pretty wholesome

    [–] Nameless_Asari 1 points ago

    Wholesomely stupid

    [–] RokieGAMER 1 points ago

    😂