Sadly over the last dozen years I’ve moved away from Nintendo games and products and gravitated towards Halo. I still have a special place in my heart for the big N, but I just don’t have the time for their things anymore. I’ve played Mario Maker, and watched my friends people play some of the other big games – Zelda, Mario Kart – but since The Wii, I haven’t had a new Nintendo System. I think that’s sad, but I also know my limits, I don’t have the time anymore.
What is not sad however is watching people play these insane Mario Maker levels. I can’t really remember any of the great ones I’ve watched over the years, most have been while doing other things and I haven’t paid attention. I’m sure I could look through my YouTube history and find them, but who knows what else I would find. Thanks to reddit though, you have the above short and sweet video. You’re welcome.
You don’t need to go to the extreme lengths that this woman went to, but you could. Actually, I don’t think that you could. I don’t think it would dry or harden as much. Also I’m not sure why she had an entire carton of litter in her bag at school. Also, I know that this is staged but it’s still crazy. Totally worth of the WTF subreddit.
It’s been a long time since Jake and Amir were regularly making videos. I remember it like it was yesterday honestly, I can’t believe it’s been 3 or 4 years. Any Hootie and the Blowfish, they recently joined back up on Patreon and are uploading Jake and Amir watch, Jake and Amir, it’s like director commentary on DVDs back in the day. Just pop it in, press play and enjoy the ride.
Or, pay them some money and watch them watch themselves. This above video is from Milk Man I and II with Ben Schwartz. I’ll be honest, I wasn’t a big fan of the Milk Man set, but it’s fun to watch them reminisce about times past. I almost want to sign up and watch,but they’re only like 20 episodes deep and they have over 800 to total. Or that’s what I heard. It seems right.
I remember stumbling to the videos years and years ago. Remember stumble-upon. Man those were good times. I know Tuesdays and Thursdays I was refreshing the homepage waiting for the new video to drop. Then before I had found the reddit community, I would hope to be one of the first to add a comment to their page.
Many good times watching them. I still use many of the phrases in my common every day words. It’s impressive, kind of. Some people don’t really get it, but I do, and that’s what matters.
Check it out, pay them.
Are perpetually done.
This isn’t the first time I’ve watched actual YouTube Ads as separate videos. It’s a testament to the quality of said videos that I’ll sit and watch an entire ad before some other video plays. (Un)Fortunately that was not the case this time around.
As public service announcements go, this one is pretty damn good. We all fall for it, we call things by the brand names that made them famous, were the firsts, or had the best marketing strategy. However it’s wrong, and if you go somewhere else, people might not know what you’re talking about. Like seriously, I had no idea Rollerblades were a brand, I just thought that’s what they were. Who Knew? Apparently those lawyers. The other’s in that video I knew.
Being sneaked into people’s pockets. The guy is quite fun to watch. I love the PG attitude he has throughout. Too often now people curse in the videos that otherwise don’t really warrant it.
I like the nice poem, and the overviews of the different custom made maps. Overall the video above is a good throw back to the golden days of Halo. I’m not particularly confident that 343 will manage to fix Halo with the eventual release of Halo 6. though I reserve the right to be wrong. In the mean time, enjoy the video, and remember, The Forerunners are watching.