what you fail to realize is that video games shouldn’t cater to females in the first place. It’s largely known that it’s targeted towards the MALE demographic and has been for so many years, so why would they ask for something like that to be handed to them on a goddamn silver platter?
that’s like a guy walking into the women’s department of clothing at a sears and demanding that there be more clothing for men there. Separation of sections be damned.
that’s not how it fucking works
no not really
the game industry is more like walking into a regular department store and seeing that all the clothes are only men’s clothes
and when you ask the cashier where the women’s clothing section is, they wheel out a small rack of cheaply made tutus, g-strings, and high heels all in bright pink
and then when you go “wow really that’s it” you get called an uppity bitch and everybody assumes you want all the focus on you when in reality you’d just like to be considered a worthwhile demographic since you also like to wear clothes, it’s not like you want some ridiculous getup, you just want a solid shirt and pair of pants that fits you alright.
I mean hell you even sort of like men’s clothes and you have no problem wearing them. They suit you well. But it’s very obvious once you throw on a pair of men’s pants that they were not made for you.
Perfect metaphor is perfect.
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WHAT THE FUCK IS MOUNTAIN DEW MADE OUT OF
The glow in the bottle shown above is similar to that of glow sticks, which use hydrogen peroxide, diphenyl oxalate and fluorophore dye. The chemical reaction between hydrogen peroxide and diphenyl oxalate releases energy that causes the dye to glow. Moutain Dew DOES NOT have diphenyl oxalate, neither does baking soda, which is sodium bicarbonate.
The glow in the bottle above is likely due to someone placing the original chemicals from a glow stick into a Mountain Dew causing the glow.
Side note: If you see a post that says similar glowing results can occur using hydrogen peroxide and chlorine tabs used for pool maintenance into a bottle, please DO NOT LISTEN TO THAT POST. The reaction between chlorine and hydrogen peroxide creates water and hydrochloric acid. Not to mention, within a closed bottle, such a volatile reaction will cause an explosion and hydrochloric acid to fill the air around the reaction site. So DO NOT DO THAT.
If you want something like a glow stick, get a glow stick.
- Mod B