Hawaii, United States
So, who the f*** am I?

Chances are, if you've stumbled onto my profile and read my bio, you may or may not want to know the identity of the madman to whom this profile belongs to. Regardless of whether or not you asked, I'll explain anyway.

I frequently hop from game to game, making not-too-close friends rather easily. I am a general chatterbox, unless I run out of things to talk about, in which case I fall completely silent and don't resume conversation until I can think of something to say. I generally overthink certain things and put way too much brainpower into things I really shouldn't be. I write stories that are either pretty shoddy, resulting in me trashing them permanently, or stories that I never finish. Regardless, if you're willing to hold your eyelids open for long enough to read what I have available to put down on paper, I respect you for your patience.

What are my interests?

I generally enjoy the few times where I sit down with a pen and paper (or, in most cases, a keyboard and a word document) and write down my thoughts for a story. I generally like games as long as they aren't too unfun or hard to look at. I f***ing LOVE the Metal Gear series. I have been hooked on Fallout: New Vegas for a week. I have a passion for singing, no matter the form. Performing a song on-stage, whether it be karaoke night or a musical, is generally one of the few times I feel comfortable on a stage in front of a bunch of people. Finally, I enjoy a good piece of literature.

Am I a good person to talk to?

In a personal context? No. In a "joking, behind computer screens" way? Generally, yes. If we share common interests, be sure to have a conversation that goes on until one of us passes out. Generally me, considering my s***ty sleep schedule.


Generally good to talk with if neither parties bring up personal issues or anything of the sort, as I am not usually equipped to respond to messages like that. A decent partner for a good game, until I get bored and disconnect. Basically just a trashfire with an unmelting diamond ring in the center.

Some good songs that I enjoy.

Love Really Hurts Without You - Billy Ocean (Just don't look in the comments if you haven't seen the movie "Filth" and you intend to, as there are spoilers galore down there.)

Danger - 7:53 (A really emotional song that was composed for the official soundtrack of Furi, which is a game I HIGHLY recommend you check out.)

Hans Zimmer - First Step {Organ Cover} (This cover was composed by David Robertshaw, a talented musician who I highly recommend that you all check out.)


Coldplay - Viva La Vida (Coldplay is just really good to me, and this is one my favorite songs made by them.)

Marty Robbins - Big Iron (One of my favorite songs to listen to in Fallout: New Vegas and on it's own.)
Currently Online
Punished "Venom" Snake Jul 2 @ 8:21am 
The Colonel May 24 @ 7:59pm 
ceer, dtpexbq ,k :( :bbtcat:
CaptainOblivious Jul 21, 2017 @ 2:13am 
Usually people may cook one, blow up the house and wait for the escape van. 3 bags = day 2 being easier if you let them lead you to the safe (sometimes its a trap) however less than 3 they probably wont lead you anywhere. Etc, it's not required to cook em
MrManGuySir Jul 21, 2017 @ 12:46am 
Really? Every time I played Cook Off the escape driver didn't show up until I cooked 3 bags.
CaptainOblivious Jul 20, 2017 @ 12:45pm 
You dont need 3 to escape. The van will come regardless. Makes day 2 harder though without the bags
MrManGuySir Jul 20, 2017 @ 2:25am 

Probably should have mentioned that we hadn't made it to 3 bags yet, the minimum to escape.


Not to burst your bubble or anything.