That’s what I said.
I can’t tell you the details of the story because it’s a secret and I don’t want to get caught in the middle of it. But what I can tell you is this. The elephant is the very idea of fat ugly ass, which isn’t a real thing – it’s a character in the game created by the game’s developers. The character’s name is Annyoing, and it’s said that its only purpose is to fill fat ugly ass with fat and ugly.
What makes the game “annyoing” is that its supposed to make a fat ugly ass with a huge fat ass. What makes it an “ugly” elephant is that it is a character created by the developers for the game. The elephant is a real thing and its not supposed to be fat and ugly.
Annyoing is also supposed to be fat and ugly. Its purpose is to fill fat and ugly with fat and ugly.
For the sake of the game, the fat and ugly Annyoing is used to be a character, not really. Annyoing is a person and its not supposed to be fat and ugly.
In the game, the developers were so focused on the game-play and making the game as successful as possible that they ignored their own values. They didn’t notice that the game design was completely wrong, that the AI is too stupid, and that the game has no purpose.
We played the game for a little over two hours. There are some cool things in the game, but the AI is so stupid and dumb that it takes more time to kill. In fact, we ended up killing the game’s AI several times. It was just a complete waste of time. We had no idea what the point of the game was, and it just showed every other game we have played (even the first one) to be more fun than it was.
This is the same game that was supposed to be an open-world game, with the same combat system, but the designers were so dumb they didn’t realize the game didn’t actually have a story. They also ignored the fact that the game never actually stops. The game never actually ends. It’s always on. And it’s actually pretty fun.
The game is named Annyoing Elephant, which is a reference to an all-time classic from the 1970s. The name comes from a term used by the Japanese to describe how a movie or TV show ends. A movie that ends with a bang or a tearful crescendo is said to be “annyoing.” The original game ends with a blood-curdling scream.
Fat-ass annyoing elephant is a reference to the game that began with an in-game scream. In addition to that, fat-ass annyoing elephant implies that the game is in the same vein as The Walking Dead, which is also a reference to the television show that began with a similar, but more low-key, scream.