From Skyrim 221
Get a whiff of Day 1370.
While I was at PAX Prime this year, I was talking to some of my friends about profanity, and what order they put certain words in. It became clear very quickly that I’ve always viewed words in a much different order than others! Alex pointed out, for example, that he considers “pussy” a very strong word, but I’ve never seen it that way. Everyone was also confused as to certain words I put very high on the list, such as “bitch” and “ass”. (I also realize I didn’t put “asshole” on here, but it’d probably be right above “dumbass”.)
Obviously this isn’t every word, but probably the big ones. This should give insight into some of my word choice during StephenPlays. We’ve always been seen as a more “family friendly” channel, and that’s probably partially due to how I view some of these words. For the record, it’s incredibly rare to go above “jackass” on my tower, and I’ve never used “damn” during a video.
So what do you think? Is my list strange? What words are out of order? Let me know how you’d adjust it for yourself. Reblog and change the words up!
StephenMail - July 2013
Mal took a few photos randomly last night before filming the Zelda Giveaway Results video, and I figured this would be as good a place as any to dump ‘em. Enjoy!
I recently worked on a high-profile rebranding project creating a new logo for YouTube gaming group The Runaway Guys. Previously, I had worked on a logo for one of the group’s members—Emile (Chuggaaconroy)—but never outlined the process. After his logo was finished there were many people interested in knowing exactly what goes into creating a logo, so when I started on the TRG logo, I began writing this as I went. It should give you a good look into the work involved.
I’m sitting here waiting for the reference file for Twilight Princess #60 to export, and it’s taking forever because it’s the cave of ordeals (and is 88 minutes long). So I decided I should attempt to write up another Tumblr post, and possibly explain why things are so behind again. Read on.