Kate Gray
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Kate Gray is a British games writer based in Montreal. She has worked for Xbox, GameSpot, and Official Nintendo Magazine, before it went to that big newsagents in the sky. RIP.
6/28/19
2:31 PM
23

It’s a pretty good article and it must have broken my brain since I read your handle as “Milk Mee” and I thought the article is now attracting folks with very specific tastes... so to speak. 

6/28/19
2:10 PM
120

A standard coffee cup is about 150ml, and the average ejaculation volume is 3ml, so you’d need 50 men to produce a cup of semen. If you hired “milkers” who could get each dude off in about 10 minutes, it would take a little over 8 hours to produce one beverage. If you’re paying them NYC minimum wage ($15) this works Read more

6/28/19
1:35 PM
63

This is one of the best articles I’ve read this week. Please keep ‘em cumming!

6/14/19
4:01 PM
8

Cool to see all the right wingers and concern trolls come out to criticize a game that's clearly not meant for them.

4/8/19
2:16 PM
21

This is quality gaming journalism. My Monday is so much better for having read this. Thank you.

1/18/19
4:02 PM
10

I’ve got a lovely bunch of slappy butts
There they are, all standing in a row
Big ones, small ones, some as big as your head
Give them a twist a flick of the wrist
That’s what the showman said

1/13/19
1:47 PM
21

That’s a pretty nice salary for 10 hour work. 

1/7/19
4:43 PM
12

For the record, I’d have called it The Legend of Throbbin’ Hood, but that name has probably already been taken.

1/6/19
5:03 PM
2

I wasn’t that worried, just being a snarky ass. You’re doing an awesome job, thanks!

1/6/19
3:44 PM
27

It’s okay, we didn’t need those newfangled comics anyways. Back in *MY* day, we had REAL webcomics! Like Bob and George, the Bad Boys of Computer Science, Bruno the Bandit, Adventurers!, Checkerboard Nightmare, and Doctor McNinja! And we couldn’t just log in to read them, like you lazy kids today! No, if we wanted to Read more

1/5/19
5:00 PM
12

Years ago, in the game, I made a tiny house with a couple living in it. It had glass walls and no doors to the outside — I called it the fishbowl experiment. The couple I had living in it had to sustain themselves entirely without access to the world — freelance painting and programming did the bulk of that. Read more

10/12/18
1:42 PM
9

Bless you Kate ^^
I played and loved this game when it came out, glad to see it getting some well deserved appreciation

7/2/18
3:56 PM
23

Serious kudos on the phrase "whap their baps out" it really just nails the tone in a satisfying linguistic way.