Have any pets? If not, what kind would you like? Or if you don't want any, why don't you?
I have a Jack Russell named Daisy. Yes, I actually named her after the character “Daisy” from the Mario game franchise.
I was like 9. Don’t judge. Daisy was awesome in Double Dash.
I would like to own a reptile menagerie as well. Someday.
What would you do for a Klondike bar?
Actually nothing because I hate klondikes.
I would do something
I’d strangle the guy who came up with that question.
Where the hell have you all been
Anonymous asked:Name 5 (up to 12) guys you follow on tumblr that you think are super hot. No chickening out! #Bonus points if you know them outside Tumblr
Name 5…but up to twelve?
I really don’t like these kinds of asks. It puts people on the spot and makes others feel bad.
The ones that I think are super hot should already know it because I hit like on every damn selfie they post.
Most of the time, the ones I really like never actually talk to me so its whatevs.
There are a few I’ve become good friends with and speak to outside of tumblr. I luvs them.
I'm good. Dante's Inferno is a pretty good game, i actually liked it better than God of War even though it was about the same gameplay.
Yeah, it was very similar to God of War, but it had its own nuances for sure that I really loved.
What's your favorite RPG? Any thoughts on recent RPG releases?
My favorite Role-playing game…ugh.
As much as I dont want to say it due to recent events, my favorite RPG would have to be World of WarCraft.
The sole purpose for this is because of the world itself. There is an incredible amount of lore, and multiple continents to explore.
There is so much to see and do. It is a massive virtual world. It can suck you in to endless adventure. And that’s exactly what it did to me back in ‘08.
What is your favorite zombie movie
Even though it was a comedy, I’m going to have to say Zombieland.
Most zombie movies seem to focus on two main aspects: guns and gore. Although in a zombie apocalypse, those two things would definitely be a norm, I think there is more to it than that - and Zombieland expands somewhat on that concept.
It is the concept of actual survival in a world gone to hell. It wouldn’t just be about “oh hey lets see how many dead folks I can hack and slash today.” It is more about the emotion behind it - coping with losing loved ones and gaining new ones.
This is also why I first fell in love with Walking Dead. There was finally a zombie apocalypse story that wasn’t so goddamn campy or far too insane with the amount of gore. It focused on the epitome of survival in a whole new world.
What is your favorite kind of dinosaur and why? :D
This was a dangerous question to ask me…and of course Sam would be the one to ask it.
There are so many that I love and it makes me want to be a geneticist so that one day I can be the scientist who has a pet Utahraptor….sorry I had a little nerdgasm in the midst of typing that.
Pretty much the whole Dromeosaur family is my favorite. I couldn’t really pinpoint my reasoning for that as explicitly as I’d like while typing this out on my phone, but I digress.
They make badass antagonists in sci-fi thrillers.
Anonymous asked:Is Dante's inferno really that good? I've got the game but haven't played it yet.. To be honest I've been finding it hard to say goodbye to skyrim.
If you like arcade-style gameplay, Dantes Inferno is the game for you. I personally loved the story and visuals. And besides a few extra fantastical tidbits, it was mostly true to the poem.