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#199 - abdullahmag (04/04/2013) [-]
this instantly reminded me of the ending of "Gladiator".
User avatar #188 - spysappinmysasha (04/04/2013) [+] (4 replies)
like, symbolically maybe, but in the story, like she was actually let go. Remember "they are sentient, we just have a lot of them..." pretty sure that if the Companion Cube was incinerated there would be nothing left of it to give to Chell.

Also Glados was Chell's mother, or something, but she really cared for Chell. Also the turrets didnt fire. I mean sure all of this is symbolic, but its not literal.

Literal Ending:
Glados gets emotional. Lets Chell go free.

If anything, it was just to symbolize that Portal is completely done and that they are not ever going to do another Portal game. I mean come on, an ending like Portal 2's ending doesnt come around too often, and it was the perfect note to completely end a perfect story.

I think it just symbolizes the end of the story bro, not the character in it.
User avatar #185 - northway (04/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Did you know, a huge percentage of Did you know is full of crap and a high percentage of people actually believe in it. In Greek Mythology, there is no such a place as heaven. There is the land of God, and the land of Devil (Hades), both of them are forbidden by mortals. There is some saying said when people die they will move to a place, but that place is a island for heroic people, not freaking corn field. IN FACT, THE WORD CORN FIELD HAS PROVEN THIS POST IS NOTHING BUT **** . Corn was introduced to Europe by Columbus, which is about like more than 1600 years after.
GOD DAMMIT. Some people spot some special thing in a video game and make up some stupid ass story and people begin to believe in it.
#139 - ugabz (04/04/2013) [-]
whatever it is, doesnt beat mass effect 3's ending
#196 - Enternal ONLINE (04/04/2013) [-]
I call BS, It was the ending, and they referenced the "Room where turrets scream at you" which was the final room. So no, she did not die. **** you and your attempt to make me feel
User avatar #192 - Shiny (04/04/2013) [-]
Dying probably would have been less sad than spending the rest of her life in a desolate field of wild grass with benign brain damage
User avatar #186 - bighairyfart (04/04/2013) [-]
No, in Greek mythology a cornfield was the Fields of Asphodel, which was in between Heaven & Hell(Elysium & Fields of Punishment, respectively). The Fields of Asphodel were basically nothing. You just wandered, endlessly.
#153 - jalthelas (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I've never played Portal 2 :(
#112 - poopyfacepants (04/04/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Corn is indigenous to the Americas only. Only upon the discovery of corn in the Americas was it then brought to the other continents. Ancient Greeks didn't know what corn was, see it, nor use it in their mythology.
User avatar #33 - thepastryistrue (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
"According to Greek Mythology, heaven is a cornfield"

wut? The mythological paradise of the ancient Greeks is called "Elysion" and it's supposed to be full of gardens, with fresh springs, green trees and lush grasslands, if it's appearance is specified at all. I don't know of any source that describes Elysion as "a cornfield"...

You can say: "According to my own imagination, heaven is a cornfield", but don't make statements like these, if you don't know anything about it.
User avatar #5 - halotalim (04/04/2013) [+] (3 replies)
But this makes no since as to he lyrics of the credit song "Want you gone" where it seems like you are not dead but still alive, unless she was singing to a dead corpse?
User avatar #8 to #5 - theavatarspupil (04/04/2013) [-]
Don't you think that sounds like something that GLaDOS would do?
User avatar #183 - gimmeredthumbs (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Ironic. I just started playing the game and now the whole thing got spoiled for me. It has been out for such a long time, too.

My typical luck.
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#170 - connordude (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
still not as sad as this
still not as sad as this
#116 - thisusernameisalie (04/04/2013) [+] (15 replies)
There were three afterlives in Greek mythology. None of them involved corn.

Pic semi related.
User avatar #102 - ronyx (04/04/2013) [+] (7 replies)
This has been posted before and it was proven wrong, though i can't remember how it was proven wrong, but it is wrong though.
#120 to #108 - mrmamric (04/04/2013) [-]
As well: corn is indigenous to America. The Greeks didn't know America existed. Also: "All Aperture Science equipment is functional up to 4000 degrees Kelvin"

I don't care about your lemons, no incinerator could burn that hot.
#27 - CaptainPugwash (04/04/2013) [-]
"The companion cube, in which was obviously incinerated"   
I think you accidentally your sentence.
"The companion cube, in which was obviously incinerated"

I think you accidentally your sentence.
User avatar #191 - calawesome (04/04/2013) [-]
I finally understand the last scene of Gladiator!
User avatar #167 - nxtasa (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Anyone reminded of Clannad?
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User avatar #164 - anticitezenone ONLINE (04/04/2013) [-]
Actually, false.

When you're trying to get back to the Aperture Science Enrichment Center, GLaDOS starts listing off punishments for Wheatley when they get back, and she mentions the 'Room where all the turrets scream at you.'
It was said by Robin Walker that it was the same room at the end.
User avatar #157 - churrundo (04/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
How can it be a cornfield if europe didn't know about corn until the 15 hundreds? Also, I know ehat corn looks like, and that is not corn
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