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Many years ago, me and a buddy of mine made a Star Trek drinking game. Since then I don’t believe I have ever created anything as hilarious as this. I never even thought to share it with the world, but I am now.
I think the most fucked up we ever got with this game was watching The Menagerie. Maybe. If I can’t remember, don’t be surprised.
*Note on the bottom right hand corner drink: “Jose can wait for his fucking chili peppers.” This is a reference to one episode where Jim reroutes an important mission for the admiralty—Admiral Rodriguez maybe I think, Idk this was years ago— for something more pressing by saying “Jose can wait for his chili peppers, Chekov.” Yeah, Idk. Me and the girls were like Uhm whuuuuuuuuuut.
*Note: Back chop is when Kirk uses his lame karate chop thing on someone.
*Note: Lollies are that part of the women’s uniforms covering their underwear.
I’m sorry. You’re probably burnt out on this song, what with the swimmers and the baseball players and the cookie monsters and The Roots and whatnot. But it’s not like I could see this and not post it. I am particularly pleased to see that PEEK makes an appearance at 36 seconds.
Big ups to @costanoble for the tip.
What the hellllll
when Spock Prime says, “Since my customary farewell would appear oddly self-serving, I shall simply say: good luck.”
“Then employ one of your own superstitions. Wish me luck.”
“Good luck, Spock.”
It’s just me being stupid and it…
have you gotten to the part where Kirk tells someone (from the past) that in his time, the phrase “let me help” has essentially replaced “I love you” in sentiment, and then Spock says “let me help” to Kirk the next episode?