This week GAB are looking at the benefits of gaming. We’ve almost drowned ourselves in discussing race and geek girls - and it’s high time we had a nice break to feel warm and fuzzy.
Lets remind ourselves of not only why we love gaming, but why it can be good for us.
We’ll be posting and linking things like the one above (source: http://visual.ly/gaming-good-you) here, and on our Twitter, Facebook & Website.
And you can share your questions and stories with us by dropping us an Ask.
Merry Gaming :)
Me and my sibilings are homeschooled, and you know what taught my little brother to read/ write? Minecraft. He plays on servers and had to learn how to talk to people on the chats
Can we just talk about that second slide, because omg
my friend just texted me “figured out how to wear my coat as a skirt and leggings!” with this picture o h my god
she calls it a skoat im cr ying
Hagfish slime has the potential to become a stretchy fabric, say researchers. Enter the hagfish, a prehistoric eel-like creature that is more at home feeding on whale carcass at the bottom of the ocean. But they do have a trick up their sleeve, or rather tucked within their snake-like body - abundant, highly-condensed slime. A hagfish has no jaws, and its slime serves as a valuable form of self-defence. The slime has the potential to become a fabric, explaining that when the slime dries out, it becomes a silky, stretchy substance.
Well hello there. Alton towers funnn.