The Fourth RPS Cracker Of Christmas

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Meanwhile, you provide your own party hat, and we’ll provide the groaner of a gag.

Q: Did you hear about the Ubisoft employee who worked for the London Underground?

A. He got fired because he kept telling people to grind the map!

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  1. Henke says:

    Q: What type of math are Ubisoft employees best at?
    A: The division.
  1. pauleyc says:

    Ow, my small intestine!

  2. Henke says:

    Q: What type of math are Ubisoft employees best at?
    A: The division.

  3. Minglefingler says:

    These jokes are a far cry from being acceptable. Icon’t see any reason to make fun of Ubisoft’s maps. Puns like this Arno way amusing, I wish there were some of comedy watch dog I could report this to. I could contrast Ubi maps to other open worlds, for example Liberty City doesn’t come close to Alexandria. I suppose that’s comparing apples and oranges though.

  4. caff says:

    Whomever is writing these so-called jokes needs a kick up the ass-assins creed origins.

  5. Ghostwise says:

    Rats, I was expecting something about oranges.

  6. N'Al says:

    I take it someone is getting paid to come up with these?

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      phuzz says:

      Legend has it that these puns were found when they cleared out Keiron’s room at Castle Shotgun.

      • batraz says:

        I thought they were written by a bunch of wise dwarves locked in some dark tower.

        • Don Reba says:

          I thought RPS was testing a joke-writing AI that will eventually compose most of the news articles.

          • April March says:

            One does not ‘come up’ with these puns, much in the way that no one ‘came up’ with the Hero’s Journey. They have always been.

  7. hprice says:

    Yes, I did. He/she got fired for moonlighting.