Play Pac-man Free! Plus Added Ridiculous Incentives | God Save The Queen and The Fascist Regime

Fri, Feb 24, 2012, by AndAnotherThing


The website which is giving away F R E E dowloads of Pac-Man, Centipede, Sonic the Hedgehog and loads more retrogames.

Play Pac-Man Free and Receive Free Help with Your Man! B O G O F F! (Buy one and get one for free.) It seems that the world wide web just got weirder!

CLICK HERE to go the the website which provides free downloads of Pac-Man, Centipede, Sonic the Hedgehog and many more retrogames.

WWWW Weird World Wide Web!

In a bid to attract more and more (and more) visitors to its site HELP with Aquarius Men have started offering a range of products free of charge via its advertisers.

Aquarius:SAC-D Mission (Photo credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

Surely you and anyone in their right mind can see that visitors who go there want help with their Aquarius men and there is nothing more important to them. Article continues below this picture of Her Royal Highness Queen Elizabeth of Eng-ga-land. God Save the Queen!

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Surely the partners of difficult Aquarius men have no time for a game of Pac-Man, to collect money-off coupons for this week’s groceries or to play around with their image and make it look pug-ugly. Surely, if they did, this would mean that the world wide web has (as we explained in the introduction) just got weirder. Well, with no more shenanigans, not a tad more malarkey, we can say for sure that even the partners, ex partners and prospective partners of the most difficult Aquarius men are now popping in for advice but then playing a retro-game for free. This is taking BOGOFF (buy one and get one for free) to a new level of utter ridiculousness. 

Presidential Briefing in Argentina (Photo credit: NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)

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  1. AndAnotherThing Says:

    nice info and a good share – what amazing accolades! What would they say if they read it? Wow! where freebies abound!

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