Fwiffs should know more about CosPlay, he is young enough to be aware of it and if not, his harem of lady friends range from 18 to 60, surely they have run across it.So everyone who dresses up for a Halloween party is insecure? Fwiffers logic...
I haven't dressed for Halloween since what age 10 or 11. I still see no point to it. Every year when the financial district bars advertise for Halloween costume party nights it baffles me.So everyone who dresses up for a Halloween party is insecure? Fwiffers logic...
If kickoff is at 1900, and I'm going from work at 1700, yes I'm in a suit and tie. I don't even own any of the team's kit and most times I don't have a seat as I stand behind the supporters' standing section. I never had an issue other than beer splattering on to me.Fwiffs should know more about CosPlay, he is young enough to be aware of it and if not, his harem of lady friends range from 18 to 60, surely they have run across it.
He wears suits to Canadian footie matches
He clearly doesn't read DW to much degree as we had some top top discussion and examples of cosplay.
To be fair when I was in Normandy a couple of weeks back the hotel was filled with Americans doing D-Day tours and for a moment I thought that some of them might be veterans of operation Overload. Then it dawned on me that these old timers were infact baby boomers the sons of the greatest generation.Uhm...do the math. World War 2 vets are in their late 90s or 100s now.
They don’t have spellcheckers in word processing programs over there?Why do recruiters take a job opening text with zero spelling mistakes and then proceeds to put spelling mistakes in there? I'm not talking industry jargon or acronyms but something as simple as initiative.
what in the fuck is ludology? google tells me its 'the study of games'.We spent 54 hours researching 115 board games and playing 13 top contenders with 18 people to find some of the best board games for adults. In the process, we consulted Wirecutter staffers, surveyed seven game experts and enthusiasts, and interviewed four board game experts: a clinical psychologist and neuroscience researcher turned owner of board game café The Brooklyn Strategist, a ludology professor at Columbia University, a board games and learning researcher at West Virginia University, and the team behind video-series maker The Rules Girl.