Erin Lying About Her Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Again

The horntards suggested getting some kind of carpal tunnel gloves so she says that she got them and they help.  Then she posts a picture.  Is that her gnarled hand?  Maybe she does have something wrong with her hands.  Looks like she’s been soaking her thumb in battery acid every night.

It’s all complete bullshit.  This is part of her mental illness.  She lies about health problems to get attention.  

So anyway, she said:

“I want to say thank you to the person in my chat last night who recommended copper compression gloves. Found some that fit and they actually are helping a lot! When my carpal tunnel effects my work, I start panicking so I really appreciate it! Still gonna take it easy today tho.”

It’s “affects”, by the way.  “Effect” is a noun, “affect” is a verb.  Erin says that she has a degree in English.  Not that one needs a degree in English to know this.  A high school education should be more than sufficient.

But yeah, I found it amusing that she said that she’s going to take it easy today.  She’s usually such a go-getter.  She probably “works” like four hours a week.  Even Jimmy Rolfe is jealous of that work schedule.

And Mike has said that Erin’s favourite activity is taking naps.  I have no doubt that this is what she does all day, from a combination of being lazy, having absolutely no hobbies or interests, and being deeply depressed.

It’s also funny how she talks about her “work”.  Pretending to enjoy playing video games for a handful of horny retards is her “work”.  She gets $250/month for this “job”.

Somebody called her a “nostalgia farmer” back when I was doing this on Reddit.  I always thought that that was hilarious.

How come it’s always the same handful of shows these these *nostalgia* Youtubers always talk about.  Yes, we all know about Punky Brewster and The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes.  What about the deep cuts?  

TV shows from the 1980s…well, what about Newhart?  It’s hardly a deep cut.  It was on for eight years.  But nobody talks about it.  Why?  Because it was a show for adults.  You’ll find that the shows that become popular *nostalgia* shows tend to be children’s shows.  Because by the time something becomes old enough to become *nostalgic* (20 years) the adults who were watching these old shows are no longer in an ideal marketing demographic.

Same with all of the dramas.  St Elsewhere, Moonlighting, Magnum PI.  Who’s watching any of this shit today?  Or even talking about it?  

But those are all well-known shows.  The real obscure stuff lasted for a season or two.  And there’s loads of this shit.  I don’t remember any of it but this would be the prime area that I would delve into if I was one of these nostalgia farmers.  Find shows that nobody remembers.  Footage of these shows is probably hard to find.  

Not even all of the nerdy science fiction stuff is online.  Where’s the complete series of Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future?  I can’t find a single episode.  Science fiction is always the easiest stuff to find on the internet because this is what the nerds are into.

Science fiction…I used to like The Outer Limits.  Not the one from the 1960s, I never saw that, but the one from “the 90s”.  Nobody is talking about The Outer Limits.  I don’t know.  Maybe they are.  But not in my social circles.

Alienation is another one that I enjoyed.  Nobody talks about that.  

Eerie, Indiana.  That was huge for a brief period when I was a kid.  Zero *nostalgia* for that show today.

Amazing Stories is another one.  I can’t believe that it’s as old as 1985.  Because I vividly remember the episode where that guy becomes magnetic and all of the forks and whatnot in the school cafeteria come flying at him and stick to him.  I don’t remember anything about these other science fiction shows that I’ve mentioned.  I watched them but I couldn’t tell you about a single episode.  

And what was that show that had the WWII bomber where the wheels couldn’t be engaged for landing and that guy drew the wheels and then like cartoon wheels appeared on the plane and they were able to land?

Holy shit.  That was Amazing Stories too.  Steven Spielberg worked on that show.  That was big news at the time.  I see a bright future for that young man.

And I watched Star Trek and all of that nerd shit too.  I was pretty much done with it by the age of 15, though.  Like a normal person.

Oh, and Sliders.  The first season or two were good.  But it’s like the final season of The Smurfs.  You know that they’re never going to get to the right dimension because that would mean the end of the show.  So it loses the drama.

Prison Break was a good example of this.  The first season, they’re trying to get out of the prison.  Then they actually make it out at the end of the season.  So the next season, they’re on the run.  But then…they get caught again and end up in some Columbian prison or something.  I don’t remember.  But what I do remember is thinking, “Okay, this is bullshit.  I’m done with this shit” and I never watched another episode.  It’s just the same shit over and over again and they’re locked into it because that’s the name of the show.  You can’t have a show called Prison Break where everybody has escaped and now they’re working at Jiffy Lube.

But yeah, the last season of The Smurfs.  They totally ran out of ideas.  But it’s crazy that apparently the smurfs are still lost in some alternate dimension or different time period or whatever it was.  Looking for those fucking crystals.  Well, it’s an adventure, I guess.  It’s been like 30 years.  They’ve probably gotten used to it by now.  They might even enjoy it.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 was another nerdy science fiction show that I enjoyed.  I was hugely into it.  It still holds up but the less said about the recent Netflix reboot, the better.  Apparently, they’re doing yet another reboot now.  Good luck with it.

Oh, and probably my favourite sitcom of all time is totally forgotten today: Get A Life.  Chris Elliot is always funny but he didn’t have much of a career.  Wasn’t he in Everybody Loves Raymond?  Yeah.  Such a piece of shit, cookie-cutter show.  This is what the masses want to watch.

But yeah, carpal tunnel.  When Erin provides proof from a doctor that she has this affliction, I’ll believe it.  Go get it checked out.  What’s the big deal?  Why suffer?  Why do these half-assed home remedies?  There’s a surgery for this.  

I used to work with a woman, doing a typing-intensive job, and she started asking shit like, “Can you get carpal tunnel from this?  I’m really worried about carpal tunnel.”

Then one day, she came in wearing a wrist brace.  She got carpal tunnel, I guess.  From working at this job for like six weeks.  She didn’t last much longer.

It’s just attention seeking.  If you think that you have a problem, go see a doctor.  Otherwise, shut the fuck up and do your job.

I wrote the above fucking…two weeks ago or something but since then, Erin has tweeted another gem.

Some horntard says, “When nothing looks good on Twitch late at night, I watch old @ErinPlays_Games videos from 2017.”

Erin replies with, “Ah, the good ol’ days when I was full of wonder and hope”

Some other horntard says, “Old age getting you down, Erin?”

Erin replies, “Ha no, more like just the uphill battle that is YouTube. I still love making videos, it’s just soul crushing at times :D”

Erin…your videos are complete dogshit.  That’s why you’re not doing well.  You only got as far as you have because Mike was constantly promoting you on the Cinemassacre channel.  

She actually thinks that she makes good videos.  How is it possible?  

By the way, the Gamer Grrls blog is at an all time high, in terms of hits.

Hits per month.  I’m over 6,000.  What’s the secret?  Make “content” that people actually want to “consume”.  And be consistent.  I’ve posted every day for over a year, with the exception of one break from when I was moving.  

And no advertising.  I’m not going all over the internet and saying, “Hey!  Check out my blog!”.  I’m not getting fucked in the ass by some bigger blogger in exchange for promotion.  None of this.  Indeed, I like that not many people know about the blog.  Gives it a gritty, underground feeling.  It’s a hidden gem.

And yet, the popularity of the blog grows like a runaway freight train.  It’s one of those paradoxical mysteries that Chuang-Tzu was fond of exploring.

Chuang Tzu with his bamboo pole was fishing in the Pu river. The prince of Chu sent two vice-chancellors with a formal document: We hereby appoint you prime minister.

Chuang Tzu held his bamboo pole still. Watching the Pu river, he said: “I am told there is a sacred tortoise offered and canonized three thousand years ago, venerated by the prince, wrapped in silk, in a precious shrine on an altar in the temple.

What do you think? Is it better to give up one’s life and leave a sacred shell as an object of cult in a cloud of incense for three thousand years, or to live as a plain turtle dragging its tail in the mud?”

“For the turtle”, said the vice-chancellor,“ better to live and drag its tail in the mud!”

“Go home!”, said Chuang Tzu.“ Leave me here to drag my tail in the mud.”

I knew a Chinese woman and she “corrected” my spelling of Chuang-Tzu.  “Actually, it’s Zhuangzi.”  Go fuck yourself.  It’s all an approximation anyway.  You can’t directly translate this shit into the Roman alphabet.  

3 thoughts on “Erin Lying About Her Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Again

  1. Update: She's going to see a “specialist” about this. “specialist”, I assume that she means somebody who specialises in mental health.”Hoping to be back on stream soon! My carpal tunnel is the worst it's ever been so editing/playing games is very hard. Trying not to panic since my content is at a stand still, lol but new video is on the way. Seeing a specialist soon so I'm hoping for an end to this shit.”

  2. I had an ex whose favorite past time was napping. She took enough Xanax daily to kill a horse so that was why. Captain power and the soldiers of the future. Thats something I haven't heard in like 20 years. I'd only seen maybe 5 or 6 episodes. It'd a shame the gimmick didn't catch on. Interactive television. I guess thats what twitch is now.

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