A MUM playing a computer game version of TV's Countdown with her three-year-old son was outraged when it spelled out SH**HEADS.
Thats one good TV!
Look at that smirk, he planned it all.
Yeah, for someone who's suppose to be offended with parents who should be more so, he looks pretty damn proud.
Hahah. God damn. If that child's expression isn't a new meme i don't know what i'll do.
Aww, it's not nearly as good when the image is enlarged. Forget the meme, although the story itself is very funny.
I was Outraged last night when I was playing some COD BO and the Whole other team was Camping..
Are those being shitheads being the relation to this article?
That Xbox wont last long in that position, its got a wii and a wii-mote charging docking station on top and is that a dvd player underneath? and a lamp by he's harddrive
It breaks my heart when I see people playing games on TV's like that. Really does
I fear that if i click the link my IQ will drop 10 points
It will effect your credit rating too.
That is freaking brilliant! Countdown on the real tv does stuff like this all the time, so no surprise it does it in the game too. The letters ARE fucking random. EDIT- shit, i didnt realise it was the conundrum. Must be something someone sneaked into the game for the lulz. They're probably still laughing their ass off right now.
When Panasonic first shipped their VCRs to the states, one of the programers thought it would be funny to have the default date flash the date and time of pearl harbor. I've always been surprised that things like this can make it through quality control. Some lines you just dont cross.... with this one I have to say the line is being danced on.
Wow, serously!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!! on both pearl harbor and this.
So they rushed him out of the room, but then brought him back in to take a picture?
Lets them know what the company thinks of them.
Wow I hadnt noticed that in the picture. Irresponsible parents... Who plays countdown with a 3 year old anyway? I feel sorry for the kid
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