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Father’s Day Gift Idea: Turtle Beach Ear Force X32

Father’s Day Gift Idea: Turtle Beach Ear Force X32
5 years ago

Father’s Day Gift Idea: Turtle Beach Ear Force X32

Do Want! Turtle Beach Ear Force X32 Headset (XBox 360)

Ask a dad what he wants for Father’s Day, and he’ll tell you “oh, anything” or “nothing, I’m happy just spending time with you.” Lies. What that guy wants (and needs) is a Turtle Beach headset for his gaming pleasure. Specifically, the Turtle Beach Ear Force X32 (XBox 360) are a great gift for a gamer-dad. I mean, sure, you could just buy him a gift card to Best Buy (or Future Shop for our Canadian readers), but the dude’s just going to end up buying these for himself.

And if you’re a dad, stop playing coy and just tell your family that you want to ear-hump these headphones so bad that it’s effecting your kill-death ratio.

Now, before we get into it – Turtle Beach does indeed have many headsets – and in fact, many headsets above the X32 in quality. But if you’re looking for a good balance between price and power, the X32 is what you’re looking for.

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A Threesome To Remember
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A Threesome To Remember

I was completely caught off-guard when one night without warning, my wife, who was several months pregnant at the time, brought someone else into our bed. At first I was excited, I mean guys are always talking about having 2 partners at the same time as if it is the holy grail, so I thought we should go for it.

Plus, she seemed like she really wanted it, even more than I did, and said that it would make her sleep better afterwards. However this partner would turn out to be much more than I bargained for, and ultimately more than I could handle.

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BioShock Father’s Day Wishes
5 years ago

BioShock Father’s Day Wishes

Bioshock Father's Day

For those of you who are all hopped-up on ADAM and looking forward to a beautiful Father’s Day in Rapture, here’s a window display you can get behind!

This was, according to Reddit comments, from a store in Ottawa, Canada called Happy Daze or It Store, depending on which nostalgic Canadian you ask.

BTW, for a bit of web nostalgia, check out the Happy Daze website, which was ripped straight out of the 90’s.

Full window display is after the jump.

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