• You know what that means?
  • Fair enough…
  • Trust me, I’m an engineer…
  • My whole life was a lie…
  • Cookie Monster desktop
  • Sorry, I can’t stay…
  • Make-up transformations
  • Taking a nap after school…
  • That awesome childhood moment…
  • What the word “epic” actually means
  • For those who fear change…
  • Bathorse
Comments
  1. tahrey

    3:26 pm

    Actually true, so long as you never want to do more than what it is already capable of when you buy it. I’ve got one from 1985 that I’m repairing that, once it’s back in working order, will still perfectly good for the things it was good for in the late 80s.

  2. Aino

    8:27 pm

    You just can’t update any program or anything or do anything useful or fun lol.