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Playing Minecraft in Real Life [Humorous Image]
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Humorous? Yeah, right. These be geeks, but not of the funny kind.
@Tehninjah “Stop liking what I don’t like.” Just because you didn’t find it funny doesn’t mean no one else will.
dirt? with a pickaxe? what a noob
I break trees with my fist!
Hey Anon, Tehninjah didn’t say no one else will find it funny, he said these geeks aren’t funny. He’s right. There is nothing funny about this image. The reference isn’t funny, the idea isn’t funny. But I’m sure someone will think it’s funny.
tommykay, thank you.
Anyways, they used a pick on dirt (waste of a pick), beta 1.1_02 (wtf?) and it’s not humorous. One bit. No-one will find it funny, unless there is some reference that no-one can see.
@anon I hate it. Deal with it. Did I say that noone else would like it? NO. *facepalm*
Ok this pic deserves at least one positive review. I didn’t really laugh when I saw it but I did smile. Considering this picture is the first of it’s kind,
I thought it was a bit humorous only because My son comments on how he wishes minecraft was real every time I play. He’s 5.
I liked it :(
I don’t think its ment to be funny, but rather cool. And it is.
LOL! Looks like the new update has been released with some MAJOR graphical updates. THats all we need. More lag.
I like it. I don’t play Minecraft, but I know of it. Not really worth a complaint or big cudos, but I appreciate the animated overlay on real life, never-the-less.
The caption is funny. The actual pic, not so much. Made me smile, though.
That is awesome! But, dude, you get dirt with a shovel, not a pickaxe!
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