this would be considered too unsubtle for environmental storytelling in a fps
@hasya23 That's What I Like 🌏
holy shit this is a fucking waking nightmare
i hope we at least get cool glowy things soon
gonna go hug me some un-sploded atom bombs cause they're warm and i'm desperately touch starved
get me all glowy and stuff
@hasya23 We live in a simulation created as a parody.
@hasya23 please tell me this is just good photoshop work on your part
@sweetmercury i can barely afford gimp
@hasya23 This looks like something straight out of either GTA or Postal which is... Well you make a conclusion.
That’s what I like
@hasya23 brutal cursedness
@hasya23 I like how your supermarkets are referenced by number apparently.
yeah, most chains here use store #'s
@hasya23 thats kind of dystopian
@felix @hasya23 It's usually in the order in which they opened. So, Walmart #1 is long gone at this point (I know where it was on Route 66 in Miami, OK, and there's a bigger hint that it used to have a Woolworth and Sears than a Walmart). I think the oldest surviving one is #33 in Sapulpa, OK; I remember when they were expanding it to have a grocery section; the floor still had the red stripe that went around the outside aisle for mallwalkers (it was about a half mile long, IIRC).
That looks like an ad... for a soft drink... what...
@IceWolf @hasya23 It's common for beverage and snack food companies to provide banner materials for stores where all they gotta do is stick some letters in based on a preset template. Normally, obviously, to advertise something related to the product. Sometimes, they end up having a darker, more sinister tone.
@hasya23 image description:
"COVID-19 TESTING SITE
NEAR WALMART # 908"
*pepsi logo, walmart logo*
"that's what i like *pepsi logo*"
*illustration of large bottle of pepsi*
Unstoppable shitposting engine.