So this video was our first video, the video that made us want to make these videos. It was me (JMan) and JDmixer and i was staying at his house and we stayed up all night playing video games, watching movies and stuff like that. So in the morning we went down to the gas station and got some energy drinks. When we got back we thought we should make a video, some where we came up with this idea to use this accent and say pants like paunts, lack of sleep i guess. Really we just winged it, the entire video was us talking about the first thing that popped in our heads related to pants, well and other random stuff. So we uploaded it to JDmixer’s YouTube page and about 6 months went by and it had a decent amount of views on it, then i decided and…
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You know what I love more than anything in gaming? That moment when your heart starts pumping at twice the normal rate. That moment where your jaw hits the floor and you just can’t help but be amazed and when everything ends you’re just like “woah…that was epic.” These moments are the reason I play games. (And totally not because I have no life >_>) These moments can best be summed up with one word, intense! These are my personal top 5 most intense moments in gaming.
**NOTE** These are my opinions from my repertoire of gaming experience. There may very well be more intense moments in games I never played. I encourage you to comment any of your experiences for us to read. 🙂
**WARNING** spoilers for games lie ahead, continue at your own risk.
5. Sonic Adventure 2 First Level
Sonic Adventure 2 is arguably the Sonic…
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So, I was reading an article yesterday called “Play a game or watch a game?” The article was actually in response to my previous article, (the one about Let’s Play videos) and it poses an important question. Does simply watching a series of LPs make you a gamer, or are you a gamer if you only play games?
That question only gives you two possible answers, so let me ask you a broader question instead: what makes a gamer? It’s a question that is becoming increasingly difficult to answer as gaming evolves and envelopes so many different forms of media. I think I can safely assume that I’m a gamer, but does that mean you have to do everything I do to be a gamer? No, it doesn’t. The tough thing is, defining a “gamer” with one set-in-stone definition is absolutely impossible. We can only vaguely try to…
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Planking (or the Lying Down Game) is an activity consisting of lying face down —sometimes in an unusual or incongruous location. Both hands must touch the sides of the body. Some players compete to find the most unusual and original location in which to play. The term planking refers to mimicking a wooden plank. Planking can include lying flat on a flat surface, or holding the body flat while it’s supported in only some regions, with other parts of the body suspended. Many participants in planking have photographed the activity in unusual locations and have shared such pictures through social media.
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Hey Guys! we have redone our blog/website to look more like a website! we had a website before but when we stopped making YouTube videos we took it down and now here we are again with a website! We are excited to be able to share with you all the stuff in “Our Random Lives” and hopefully we can blog more and make some videos! please poke around on the site and make sure to follow us on all our social networks and follow our blog! Please tell your friends to check out our website!
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Jeans are pants made from denim or dungaree cloth. Often the term “jeans” refers to a particular style of pants, called “blue jeans” and invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873. Starting in the 1950s, jeans, originally designed for cowboys, became popular among teenagers, especially members of the greaser subculture. Historic brands include Levi’s, Lee, and Wrangler. Jeans come in various fits, including skinny, tapered, slim, straight, boot cut, Narrow bottom, Low waist, anti-fit and flare.
Jeans are now a very popular article of casual dress around the world. They come in many styles and colors; however, blue jeans are particularly identified with American culture, especially the American Old West.
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