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Here's Funny Entertainment For Ya: Sleeping with Ye Olde Hag with Bolt-On Boobs

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It was some time maybe a few years ago where I discovered a new bar. It was one of those bars that was acceptably dirty, one that just reeked of some kind of gritty-yet-enjoyable smell, but was just happy enough to remind you that life is good.

It was probably like midnight when I was enjoying some whiskey, when someone with bolt-on tits and nipples poking a few miles out of her tank top sat next to me. It was pretty obvious her boob job was pretty fucking fake, because I'm sure by her age they weren't supposed to be as massive and self-supporting. She sat down next to me while I cracked off a few jokes. I was her funny entertainment for the night.

No Man's Sky has had it's new Next update, and it's turning a lot of heads. A lot. The game completely tanked upon release and many streamers (yours truly included) returned the game because of it's poor depth, repetitive grind sessions, lack of any specific multiplayer as demonstrated by a recorded video, and a buggy, unfounded release. Now, the game has a lot more depth. The grind is still there, it's just...deeper. There's base-building available, so there's not much of an expectation to travel to the center of the universe as the first iteration emphasized.

As for funny entertainment, it functions better as more of a chill-stream than anything else since it doesn't have those high-intensity moments like life-defying jumps or moments of butthole-clenching.

Speaking of buttholes, no I didn't put it in her butthole when I took her home. In fact, I had the worst sex I've ever had. I was tired and in no real mood to have sex, even though she kept insisting that she wanted some. We basically (basically) had sex twice, and they were both times of regret. At least it was safe sex, because had I caught anything from the 50+ year old roast beef cave that woman was toting, that aspect of my life would have been destroyed.

As before, No Man's Sky's update is pretty substantial, and plenty of streamers are playing it again. Many members of Would You Kindly have streamed the game recently, so if you're a fan of space sims and funny entertainment, I would suggest stopping by one of their channels and seeing who you like the most. When you decide you're done with your game or stream time, please don't bring home women 30 years your senior to have horrible sex.

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