chris-littlechild - May 31, 2016
Damn you, GameSpot. You beat me to the Snake? Snake? Snaaaaaaaake! joke. Still, it’s your story, so you can make all the predictable-as-holy-hell-yet-freaking-glorious cracks you want.
Now, as we know, the fancy-ass techtastic devices we all rely on today can be freaking temperamental. They seem to have minds of their own, and will always malfunction at the worst possible time. Why does your car never start when you’re already late for work? Because it’s an asshole, that’s why.
There are enough faulty machines, power cuts and such to keep electricians in work forever. Our tech is always finding new ways to crap out on us, as seen in the story of the Brazilian snake in the PS4.
Yup, this one’s straight out of Bizarro World. Our friends at g-spot (maybe I should rethink shortening their site name like that) get straight to the point with no effing around:
‘An electrician in Brazil was attempting to fix a busted PlayStation 4 when he discovered a dead snake inside, fused with internal circuits in multiple places. ‘‘It turned on and then off, and it released a strong smell,’’ the man reported.
So, um… yup. It’s not all that implausible in Brazil, I guess, a nation known for both hairless cooches and being fairly snake-y. But weird nonetheless. For more on this, give the accompanying video an ogle:
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