Toilet Humor

Each week throws off several new video game lists ranging from the humorous to the trivial. What's better? A list of those. Here's a roundup of the rundowns out there.

Top 10 Most Memorable Toilets in Video Game History [Piki Geek]I get the strong feeling I've seen something like this elsewhere and, sure enough, everyone jumped in this guy's shit for repeating a list done before. Get it? Jumped in this guy's shit? Here's an ode to the 10 greatest johns, crappers, commodes, thrones, pots, etc. But they missed the guy you kill on the toilet in Hitman: Contracts after lacing his borscht with Ex-Lax.

The 13 Greatest Comedy Bits About Video Gaming (So Far) [Ranker]You could do a lot worse than to stop over and kill a good half hour watching these bits by Louis CK, David Spark and Christian Finnegan, among many others.

The Six Craziest Villains Ever Defeated by Snack Cakes [Cracked]Seanbaby's never better than when he's discussing the 1970s-1980s phenomenon of superheroes defeating villains with Hostess products. I know it's not video gaming. It's not going to kill you.

Top 10 Video Game Soundtracks of All Time [Planet Xbox 360]Everyone loves arguing about this, so, why not again? I'm gonna out-hipster everyone and sniff my haughty disapproval that Master of the Lamps for Commodore 64 is not on this list.

Five Things from Star Wars: Galaxies That Would Make The Old Republic Better [Furious Fanboys]I realise The Old Republic has been quite underwhelming in its preview performances, but the thing is three months from launch and we're already complaining about what isn't in it?


Comments

    The list of toilets missed the greatest toilet-in-game example: Day of the Tentacle, with its time-traveling toilets that let you flush objects through time! Shame on them!

    The best game soundtrack (as an album) for me is the Driv3r soundtrack... I know I know... the game sucked butt-cheese, but seriously, if you can find it the Soundtrack album was sweet. I still have it in my car.

    It was basically a concept album using all the songs used in cutscenes from the game but as if you were hearing them on some random radio station... and the DJ is non other than Iggy Pop in all his strange awesomeness :-P

    it's totally weird, but it's also totally sweet, no lie

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