>watch a lot of episodes of a TV series in a row
>start acting like a character from said series
when i'm with two friends, and i'm talking with one of them and he says something stupid/weird, i slowly turn my head towards my other friends and roll my eyes and make an awkward face. basically from seinfeld.
sometimes when i'm alone and watching a movie or television or something, and something weird/awkward happens in a scene
or in a post on /tv/ i turn my head to the side and do the same thing, pretending that there's someone there
it's a sickness
4chan, Reddit and all kinds of black social media harrassed him for years until we hit post-irony enjoyment of his content, and now almost nobody insults him.
>Reviewbrah is kino
i genuinely like the guy
you can tell that he is a real dyed in the wool eccentric without needing to fake it or play it up in any way
as far as humans go he is pretty kino
I have a huge criticism with how reviewbrah reviews drinks. He puts them in completely different containers, like pouring a can into a glass. He should drink them as presented because very few people would drink it in a glass.
It's an inaccurate review.
that's a good point
he doesn't review it for what it is at all
not that guy but if he's not a paroid schizo he's probably a schizoid
anyone who listens to his VORW's will be able to tell from the amount of times he goes into talking about it a little before retreating to another topic.
t. diagnosed schizoid
>Start watching The Walking Dead
>Don't wash my hair for two weeks
>Playing games by myself
>Imagine I'm like Arino and have assistants laughing at my jokes and failures
whatever you think that is, so be it. It's a style.
Your idea of what a suit should fit like is moulded by modern slim fit suits
he has more personality then any dramafag or let's player I've ever seen
I've always had a southern accent, but even since I watched Hell On Wheels it seems more noticeable and I ended getting /fit/ and sorta picking up some of Bohannon's idiosyncrasies tbqh famalamadingdong
his ratings really mean nothing.
he never picks a 10 because there might always be something better, and I don't think I've seen anything lower than a 6 unless it was obviously going to be terrible from the get-go.
so anything from the 7 to 9 range should be alright
>friend does something embarrassing or weird
>turn my head to an imaginary camera and make a face
same thing with a movie if i really liked it
>Bought a black DRZ400 (already had a bike license)
>Started wearing biker jeans, white tee shirts and combat boots constantly
>Too pussy to go for plat blond hair though
I'm a living meme
I broke the radiator in my mum's shitty old car blasting Kavinsky and drifting around corners at night until it overheated
>on skype with mates
"are you doing that fucking drive thing again?"
>start speaking like a character from deadwood
>spend months spewing pretentious bullshit
>later on realize the fault in your ways
His scale makes a good point - a lot of products don't fit a bellcurve. If you make a 1-10 scale where 10 is god-tier and 0 is shit-tier, the average product is not equal distance between them, there is more range in bad than there is in good.
It's why so many movies and films get rated 7/10 or 8/10 and people just can't to seem grasp why.
Now whether It's a good scale i'd lean to the side of no, but people who complain about those types of scales really do make mountains out of anthills. The IGN 8/10 it's okay meme really drives it into the ground.
What did he mean by this?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zkQHtDkPySU