In the second instalment of Loser’s life, he found a laydee fwiend.
Loser’s life sucks, so it’s not entirely a crazy idea that as he’s dying from, yet another, electric shock, he’s being burgled. Alas, it wasn’t quite like that.
Loser didn’t die from the shock given by the television. Oh no, he was given yet another reprieve by that crazy Grim Reaper. Instead, he watched a couple of women fight it out in his front yard.
Finally he became an elder. Shame about the emo haircut.
Surely there’s no point in Grim keeping this guy alive? He’s in his twilight years anyway, so why go on draining the state with his continued existence?
Seems like, after saving his life 3 times, Grim has become rather attached to dear old Loser. Even propositioning him.
Dear old Loser performed an experiment on his shower, but it didn’t work. I was disappointed as all that happened was these visual artifacts. I was hoping he’d be electrocuted and resurrected every single time he used it.
She has every right to look worried, who wouldn’t be with this paedo-alike stalking around outside their school? He was actually looking for his kids (yes, I do mean the plural, he had a daughter too) so that he could build a relationship with them before he popped his clogs.
Meet Omar, Loser’s son. They began to become friendly and got quite a good relationship going towards the end there.
…never dip your pen in company ink. That’s how people like you come into existence.” Always the charmer, Loser.
And now, the end is here. A little while after seeing his Son for the last time, attempting to make it all up to his daughter, and receiving this cut gem in the post, Grim pays Loser one final visit. And this time it really is final. Loser rides off into the sunset with Grim.
It was actually quite fun playing someone so damn depressed and miserable all of the time. I did enjoy forcing him to do things that I knew he hated. Hating the outdoors was just the icing on the cake because he had such a bad attitude. It’s quite the wonder that he got to the top of the science career. It only took a few days to play through his entire life, unlike months to do others such as the Funkes.
Now I’ve got my copy of Ambitions, I should have harder, better, faster, stronger stuff to post in the near future.