If anticipation for Fallout 4 has you so giddy that only a spiral-eyed Vault Boy emoji (or a glowing green radioactive smiling turd emoji) can properly encapsulate your current emotional state, publisher Bethesda Softworks has a solution: the new Fallout CHAT app for Android and i OS.
Fallout CHAT — that stands for Communication Hub And Transmitter — is a new custom keyboard option that lets fans of Bethesda's post-nuclear franchise speak in Fallout-themed emoji and animated GIFs.
Once he was in the house, the problem soon developed into one of acute flatulence which he did his best to restrain.
The free Fallout CHAT app is available now via the i Tunes and Google Play app stores.
A man was sitting at a bar one day when a pirate walked in. " I was a little embarrassed but I replied, "I'm fine thanks." Then the voice asked, "So what are you up to?
The startup, which was cofounded by i Chat creator Andrew Busey and former Zynga engineer Tony Chen, launched new i OS and Android apps that enable you to seek out conversations about a particular topic with strangers.
The app also lets you follow other users you speak with often, and it lets you send private messages. However, the Banter team succeeds in ways that Facebook and Twitter fall short.
I'd just sat down when I heard a voice from the next cubicle say, "Hi, how are you?
The man says, "I'm taking it home to put on my strawberries." The little boy looks up at the man and says, "I don't know where you come from, but where I come from we put cream and sugar on our strawberries." I went into a public toilet for a poop the other day. The boy asks him what he's going to do with all that cow poop. " The pirate said, "Nay, matey, it was me first day with the hook." A little boy is walking down the country road one day when he comes across a man who has a truck load of cow manure.“I think we have to identify what we’re doing as chat rooms because that’s what people know and understand,” said Busey in an interview with Venture Beat.“That doesn’t mean they can’t be improved.” Banter rooms differ from the old-school chat rooms of the ’90s in some pretty big ways. These days, the term “chat room” is just a vulgar way of saying “group chat” — much like excusing oneself to use the poop room instead of a restroom.