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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 6, 2007


SilentMom wrote:
phil harrison said that home is binded by virtual gravity which allows all users to be able to drop objects....or even stack up chairs or other objects....that would be insane if you could have like 3 chairs stacked up ontp of each other and be able to sit on the top chair

EX: king in the castle.....king in the castle<=============Borat



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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 6, 2007


Dnize wrote:

. King in the castle.


Jagshemash! The throwing of furniture is nice! If no throwing I will be execute not...
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 7, 2007


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southside615 wrote:
what if i want to have sex ( seriously with female )  in home . or kiss  virtual dating (just for fun) and she comes lives with me for week .



1) No, you wont be able to do anything like that....
2) For all you know, the "girl" you are dating could be a 40 year old drunk, wearing a tanktop

and most importantly

3) Get real a girlfriend



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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 7, 2007
**bleep**?
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 7, 2007


LegendofMe wrote:
I kinda liked it when he dropped the virtual Brivia down the virtual stairs to simulate the virtual gravity in the virtual world that will theoretically ruin most of our social lives.



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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 7, 2007
I wonder if u will be able to jump in home.
like can u jump up on the pool table.
i think i say someone danceing on a table in the trailer.
how did they get up there? maybe they jumped


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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 7, 2007
Well, you may not be able to jump...
But you can get on to tables using the physics engine. You could pick up a couch, drop it half way off and on the table, then walk up it like a ramp

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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 9, 2007
that would be too koo!l

Shnozzle wrote:
Well, you may not be able to jump...
But you can get on to tables using the physics engine. You could pick up a couch, drop it half way off and on the table, then walk up it like a ramp




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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 9, 2007
HAHAHA LMAOOO
 
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Re: Gravity in home

Apr 9, 2007
Its LAARK, not LARK.

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