Thursday, August 09, 2007

AgricMeat: A Guitar Hero Letdown

Sometimes school spirit borders on the edge of embarrassment and insanity. For the Agrics...this happens to be the case at all times. And I'm not talking about that good insanity that comes in handy when one might commit certain criminal acts against certain misbehaving interns. I'm talking over the top insanity. Awkward dancing. Body flailing rituals. Bestiality. Words like "hullabaloo" and "caneck." Very, very embarrassing.

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"I always wanted to be a milk shake."

Case in point: An Agric meets Guitar Hero. Here's some background information for those that need it.

  • Agric = moronic, idiotic, clueless, embarrassing, the dumb dog that gets into the garbage and eats its own vomit after ingesting used coffee grinds
  • Guitar Hero = a guitar simulation video game with actual play-toy guitar and usually some pretty cool songs

Gamers have figured out how to modify the video game so that they can play their favorite songs instead of the songs the manufacturer would like you to play. As you might imagine, the number of "rock out with your cock out" songs is huge and deciding what to add to your song list would be a daunting task. Just think of the possibilities. Any song.

So an Agric decides to play with their little war hymn, aka "Hello, My Coney Island Baby." This is what I am led to believe as to what happened on that fateful summer day.

Portly Agric Tech Geek: "I got the song modded. We can play the war hymn on Guitar Hero now!"
Skinny Crew Cut Agric: "Shit yeah, man! Let's rock the hell out of an old ragtime tune."
Phi Beta Kappa Agric: "Let's put it on YouTube! I pooped on some nachos! Who wants some?"



  • I haven't felt so superior since the last time Bin Laden put out a propaganda piece on VHS.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12:17 PM  

  • That is the most pathetic waste of bits since Microsoft Vista. We of the B don't exactly have a "tear their guts out" war hymm, but at least we have the collective good sense not to put it on Guitar Hero.

    By Anonymous Loomisboy, Homeless Son of Samuel L. Brooks, at 1:03 PM  

  • I don't know. A Jimi Hendrix-esque version of "Baylor Line" with a double kick drum metal beat could be in order.

    By Blogger Pat Neffistopheles, at 1:30 PM  

  • Great find. Wow.

    Speechless for once,


    By Blogger Senior Editor Red Andrews, at 1:55 PM  

  • Disco Tech drops hilarity on Mack Brown's felonious ShortHorns. OMG I LOL'd until I DWI'd.

    The Mack Brown Moral All-Stars

    By Blogger Senior Editor Red Andrews, at 4:53 PM  

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