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Okay, so. I’ve gotten pudgy and disgusting lately and I hate it. I’ve gained about twenty pounds. Nothing fits quite right, and I really, really don’t want to have to buy new clothes to accommodate my new shitty body. So I obviously need to start working out and eating a little better.
My Dad has been trying to get me a gym membership, but it’s been slow-going (those fuckers are like car salesmen). Therefore, in the interest of killing two birds etc., I’ve decided to test out the Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition v2012 Online Workout Routine™. Here’s how it goes:
I need the practice anyway, so there. Exercise.
I got nothing to do tonight, so just lemme know! I’m down for AE2012, Skullgirls, and a lil’ Third Strike too.
Excuse the FGC for wanting to play a game that has a community lol
That kind of mindset leads to a vicious cycle.
The community is small, so FGC e-sports dinguses don’t want to play it, so the community never grows, so people don’t want to play it. Get it? People play Marvel and AE2012 and the communities for those games are massive, so when a game has a somewhat smaller community, like say, KOF XIII, people say naaaaah. And lo and behold, small community stays small, like magic!
If people are playing games based not on the quality of the game, but rather on how many people play it, then there’s something seriously whack going on. Personally, I’d rather play a good game with a few people than a shitty game with a whole bunch of people. That sounds awful.
But hey, that’s just me.
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