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Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 6

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 6

Yup. We’re still solving some puzzles. And world hunger.

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 5

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 5

Trouble is afoot and that’s before we take a visit to the fertility clinic’s sample room.

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 4

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 4

Gels finally make an appearance, just in time to grease the wheels of idiocy.

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 3

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 3

Puzzles: we solve them. Pits: we fall in them.

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 2

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 2

Nothing can stop the Puzzle-Solving Express, except puzzles, I guess.

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 1

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 1

We solve so many puzzles it makes “Professor Layton and The Mysterious Itch” seem like child’s play.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 10

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 10

A face full of lava can’t stop us from finishing this map or cheating.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 9

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 9

More puzzles. We’re so excited. No, seriously.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 8

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 8

After escaping death, we judge some limericks, which make us wish we were dead.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 7

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 7

The adventure continues in a giant volcano. What terror resides in the heart of the magma beast? Probably more dong jokes.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 6

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 6

The gang rushes headlong into adventure. And a million arrows.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 5

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 5

Good news, limerick fans. In the middle of adventuring we start a limerick contest, then David rubs his butt on Brian’s head.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 4

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 4

The final puzzle room stands between us and not puzzles.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 3

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 3

Brian and his woolen dongs try to solve a puzzle.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 2

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 2

We ran headlong into adventure but ended up bashing our heads into simple puzzles. The only puzzles we’re good at solving involve the blood of our enemies.

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 1

Professor Grizwald & the Redstone Keys – Part 1

In this new Minecraft series we adventure with Brian of Nitrobeard. We’re still terrible at the game, though.

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 11

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 11

In the latest installment, we try to execute a plan and sort of succeed. Other then the dying part, it was perfect.

A New Let’s Play Rises – with special guest

A New Let’s Play Rises – with special guest

What’s better than more exciting adventure? Nothing, that’s what.

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 10

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 10

Everyone learns a valuable lesson about sharing, mainly that if you don’t share your spare sword you deserve to die.

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 9

Trial of the Old Ones – Part 9

We try to simulate what it would be like if George Washington and Abraham Lincoln met. There was a lot more bukkake then we expected.

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One Last Missive

One Last Missive

A transmission for those who are lost.

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Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 6

Portal 2: Peer Review – Part 6

Seriously, let's play Portal 2.

6. “Urine?”
Big surprise, we solved some puzzles. Bigger surprise? We didn’t spend a good fifteen minutes staring at the walls in hopes of figuring it out. Yup, we really had our genius hats on for this one, right up until our enlarged genius-brain filled heads couldn’t fit through the exit door. Then we took off our genius caps and promptly realized we were still morons.