When Bacon Meets Skyrim – Design You Trust

When Bacon Meets Skyrim

at first, me and 2 friends wanted to cook for some people to celebrate our birthday. but due to a lack of time we decided to reduce it to the 3 of us and cook something epic-meal-time-like. then someone threw in the word skyrim… that´s pretty much it.”







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