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Gaming’s most important farty butts: Let me show you them

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The only thing more heartbreaking than an article that performs poorly,is a ball breaking, time intensivevideo that does poorly. Originally titled %26ldquo;Gaming%26rsquo;s most important farty butts,%26rdquo; was - and is to this day - the longest work endeavor I%26rsquo;ve ever embarked onat GamesRadar. I was new to the team, ambitious, and couldn%26rsquo;t believe that it was now my job, even met with enthusiasm by upper management, to get the most comprehensive video of game characters farting and shitting ever.

With a song in my step, I began researching farts on Tuesday (seriously, and intensely %26ldquo;researching farts!%26rdquo;) On Wednesday, I began procuring the needed games. I began capturing footage on Thursday, and somewhere between not realizing I%26rsquo;d have to play hoursinto over 20 games andlearn to use Final Cut for the first time, this video was completed following working all weekend and an all-nighter or two.

AND NONE OF YOU GAVE A SHIT!It took a long time to forgive you, stupid internet! Butjust as I gave you another shot, so too is this failed video from that ill-fated article, internally knownas %26ldquo;The Farticle%26rdquo; to this day.Just so you know, the song used is by %26ldquo;Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want%26rdquo; by Dream Academy, which you may remember from the art museum/appreciation sequence from Ferris Bueller%26rsquo;s Day Off. I thought it was appropriate.

Mar 4, 2011

With a song in my step, I began researching farts on Tuesday (seriously, and intensely %26ldquo;researching farts!%26rdquo;) On Wednesday, I began procuring the needed games. I began capturing footage on Thursday, and somewhere between not realizing I%26rsquo;d have to play hoursinto over 20 games andlearn to use Final Cut for the first time, this video was completed following working all weekend and an all-nighter or two.

AND NONE OF YOU GAVE A SHIT!It took a long time to forgive you, stupid internet! Butjust as I gave you another shot, so too is this failed video from that ill-fated article, internally knownas %26ldquo;The Farticle%26rdquo; to this day.Just so you know, the song used is by %26ldquo;Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want%26rdquo; by Dream Academy, which you may remember from the art museum/appreciation sequence from Ferris Bueller%26rsquo;s Day Off. I thought it was appropriate.

Mar 4, 2011

With a song in my step, I began researching farts on Tuesday (seriously, and intensely %26ldquo;researching farts!%26rdquo;) On Wednesday, I began procuring the needed games. I began capturing footage on Thursday, and somewhere between not realizing I%26rsquo;d have to play hoursinto over 20 games andlearn to use Final Cut for the first time, this video was completed following working all weekend and an all-nighter or two.

AND NONE OF YOU GAVE A SHIT!It took a long time to forgive you, stupid internet! Butjust as I gave you another shot, so too is this failed video from that ill-fated article, internally knownas %26ldquo;The Farticle%26rdquo; to this day.Just so you know, the song used is by %26ldquo;Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want%26rdquo; by Dream Academy, which you may remember from the art museum/appreciation sequence from Ferris Bueller%26rsquo;s Day Off. I thought it was appropriate.

Mar 4, 2011

With a song in my step, I began researching farts on Tuesday (seriously, and intensely %26ldquo;researching farts!%26rdquo;) On Wednesday, I began procuring the needed games. I began capturing footage on Thursday, and somewhere between not realizing I%26rsquo;d have to play hoursinto over 20 games andlearn to use Final Cut for the first time, this video was completed following working all weekend and an all-nighter or two.

AND NONE OF YOU GAVE A SHIT!It took a long time to forgive you, stupid internet! Butjust as I gave you another shot, so too is this failed video from that ill-fated article, internally knownas %26ldquo;The Farticle%26rdquo; to this day.Just so you know, the song used is by %26ldquo;Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want%26rdquo; by Dream Academy, which you may remember from the art museum/appreciation sequence from Ferris Bueller%26rsquo;s Day Off. I thought it was appropriate.

Mar 4, 2011

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