Alcohol + Oblivion = Disaster: A Photo Essay

Oblivion

This one is a complete classic.  I found this on the forums over at Facepunch Studios years ago, and it’s one of the greatest things I’ve seen in my entire lifetime. Apparently some guy got blackout drunk, stumbled into his house, and played some Oblivion. He didn’t remember any of it, but woke up to a save file time stamped four hours after his last known session. When he loaded the game to see what the hell he’d been up to, he was stunned to see what had happened.  It’s best to view the pictures in order.

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  1. mr ass April 14, 2009
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