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Religious Dad Asks for Forgiveness After Punching Virtual Stripper

Growing up when Grand Theft Auto was new was one hell of a time. Many of us had to hide the game from our parents, but it was still inevitable that they'd catch you doing some unsavory stuff. We always wondered how people with very strict or very religious parents dealt with it. They made for some interesting scenes, like how this person's religious dad out-religioned some evangelists at the door.

Dad asks God for forgiveness after making mistake in grand theft auto | r/tifu Posted by u/TheBlackBradPitt 3 hours ago TIFU by making my Dad punch stripper GTA and tearfully ask God forgiveness front my entire family. M encouraged post this here comment made elsewhere, even though didn't happen today, or even this decade, so mods please remove if goes against rules s very funny story though young, my brothers and snuck copy San Andreas into house spent days holed up our basement taking turns
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When Big Al retires from being a beast on the court, he's definitely got a promising career in voice acting.

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Warning: Language.

At a public tournament nonetheless. I can understand at home when you're by yourself, but this... this.

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16 'Red Dead Redemption 2' Memes For The Gamers

The long-awaited prequel to the Red Dead series was released a couple weeks ago to critical acclaim. Significant others and family members are not quite as enthusiastic about the release, as it has proven to be an absolutely addictive game. While many of the game's activities (such as brushing horses) may seem silly to outsiders, these memes can be appreciated by haters and lovers alike.

Memes about Red Dead Redemption 2 for Playstation 4 and Xbox One
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Gamer Accidentally Severely Bottlenecks PC For Years

Oh man, these kinds of revelations are the true humbling moments in one's life. This dude ended up learning that they'd been depriving their PC of optimal performance for years, when the quick fix was waiting right around the corner. Oh well, it can happen to the best of us, and at least it worked out in the end. Even if it took a few years to get there. 

Gamer accidentally bottlenecks his PC for three years | r/tifu u/theRAMlord TIFU by accidentally severely bottlenecking my PC over 3 years. M TL;DR at bottom waffled built my first ever PC around 3.5 years ago s pretty budget but thought 500 spending on parts would be pretty decent. So follow couple youtube tutorials build and everything worked fine first try my absolute surprise. Over course 3 years, lI've never had one problem with other than pretty slow and could only run games on low
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