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Dbz budokai tenkaichi 3 theme? Nice!
Long Live Requis
You have to check out chilindude vs leffen beef at apex 2015 SSB melee. That was the peak of all beefs
To date, the greatest clap back ever has been and will always be "I'd say your aim is cancer, but cancer actually kills people."
"If I wanted to kill myself, I'd jump from your ego all the way down to your skill level."
@Bron Solo are you doing good rn my man
@Bron Solo hilarious as fuck, but I also hope for the best for your treatment
The best comebacks are situational.
The dude that banned the player for tea bagging also mentioned how tea bagging isn't condoned in real life sports then a few days later a UFC fighter strangled his opponent into submission and teabaggged him while he was on the matt and the UFC promoted the shit out of it😂
@JNH ZRKYes Paddy looks like clown with his personality doing that, but it looks hilarous, so there is no problem in it.
Life imitates art
The fact that Paddy’s opponent thought it was hilarious too makes it even better, such a good sport
Good ol’ Paddy Pimblett, always entertaining
I love that CoD still has the feature of hearing your enemy's mic after you kill them. I can't even count how many times I have had a good laugh at their expense.
@An unusual name Pretty sure it's just WZ and DMZ.
Aren’t COD adding proximity chat with MW2 2022, not sure if it’s in MP or Warzone or both
@Conner Neal but that's the best part😂
How about at the end of the match when everyone in the lobby just explodes with profanity
I love it when you just hear a fraction of a scream 😂
I was never into trash-talking myself, but I *always* took the personal messaging other players sent as a badge of honor. And the bigger the outburst they sent, the better. Because it meant I must have wrecked them so bad they had to pack their shit up and move to tilted town. Man, watching this video got me thinking how much I miss seeing that (new message) notification on xbox lol.
@I despise a majority of human creations generally that's when you've said something so disassociated with reality that the clown emoji is the only way to respond.
I played a lot of LoL early (so many years ago). It was really tiresome to get the "1v1 come on" spam in different languages all the time. Edit: I seldom wrote anything in the chat at all, party or all.
When they send the clown emoji, that’s when you know you’ve won the argument.
Fully agree XD
One of the greatest roasts I ever heard in a game was "You're gonna drop common loot the day you die."
_C H R I S T_
Finally a deeper dive into the history of trash talking and how it not only impacted gaming but every teenager’s mom
@ᴸᵁᴹᴵᴺᴬMajin Fuu Fr they knew everyone’s mums
Everyone's mom was out here in these streets in the early 00s
I was that guy in the Modern Warfare lobbies laughing his ass off with a muted mic 'cause the trash talk was the most entertaining thing I'd heard all day.
I miss those days when trash talk was so common you could literally just sit back and enjoy.
I will never NOT laugh at that clip of Ninja screaming his head off holy shit. I still can't get over how stupid Valorant is for banning people over something as silly as tea bagging and doxxing them on top of it all! Absolutely shameful
Trash-talking is certainly an art that the current culture is trying to erase. Let us keep it alive! Great video man keep doing stuff like this
@Andy CopelandYes no wonder we feel nostalgia to 2010 like, when back then you were free to show your emotions and thought with screaming in the mic how much you hate that player, so no wonder they were more enjoyabel and happy times compared to nowdays, when you cant have fun in videogames, because people who do not even play videogames say so.
@Guiding Moonlight yes I think you're getting close to the base problem there
@Andy Copeland If you think about it, the act of having to mute your microphone during a game as the only sane solution to avoiding toxicity really says a lot about how society works: you might as well mute and censor everyone to avoid all communication for even the slightest potential of someone being a jerk. And that would be ridiculous, of course. There are personal limits to what people can tolerate, but eliminating all words solves nothing and creates a whole new problem, which is why I don’t respect cancel culture.
@Marked Ashamed unfortunately no
Man, it really hurts when you take a second to think about how anti-social *multiplayer* gaming has gotten due to the threat of offending people. Rarely ever are people on mic anymore, whereas back in the golden days of the 360/PS3 era of gaming, everyone had a mic and multiplayer games were all about being social. Companies should at minimum put a setting you can opt in to, where the chat is basically unmoderated besides direct threats of violence. Halo and CoD lobbies were things of beauty, not to mention so many games had proximity chat too where you could trash talk the enemy team.
@Lee Watkins No ps4 players are just a different breed than old gen players. Literally when the ps4 dropped and everybody made the switch over to it, I remember about 9/10 people were always in pchat in games like Black Ops 3 etc.
Party Chat on Xbox 360 killed off chat in multiplayer lobbies. People are happier talking to their friends than randoms.
Pre 2010's trash talk was some of the most brutal shit i ever heard, the Drill Sergeants at basic explicitly went out of their way to be even worse. My personal favorite was:"Perhaps if your parents didn't treat Chromosomes like fuckin' pokemon we wouldn't be having these comprehension difficulties, yeah?"
Wow lmao 😂
This thread is gold
@MK Ultra -1? Hmm, that is below the scale, so it's worse than 0... Man, *thāt'š sõø §mårt.* Very funny and witty too /s.
@UltiMaxKom lol -1 out of 10
@MK Ultra Oh wow, the NPC just said something new. I wonder if he can say something funny and witty next... Haha, who am I kidding.
Favorite trash talk I've heard was from a WoW raid among friends where one person wasn't doing a mechanic right. And about the third time he did it the leader just blurted out. "I swear you could fuck up a wet dream"
I've had this discussion with friends before. I feel this in my soul.And I know deep down we'll never experience this sort of thing as normal again
I was in the "if you can't beat em join em camp" and not only did my shit talking get better but I've know these handful of guys for well over a decade and have even met a few.
I just wish people had the self awareness to recognise that when someone is ugly trash talking you, they’re the ones embarrassing themselves.Even a few of the ‘good’ clips in this video faltered because you could see the guy leaning in on the insult too hard, giving away that they have a stake in your reaction, which is a foolish investment.The creative lines are the peak because they take wit, which takes the presence of mind that *proves* you beat the opponent with only half your brain power, the rest being busy crafting the insult at the end.
Indubitably my good sir, well said. I miss trash talk in Halo.
@Thomas Kilroy I like being a part of chains. I think it's fun. You did make a good point though. Not great as I don't agree with your second paragraph, but it was good.
@Hazy Snow Studios thanks lol.The beauty of it is that it’s so low effort I don’t even know what the point of it is.
Thomas Kilroy: Dares to make a good pointThe replies: L
It’s incredibly silly that games now are so afraid to let players communicate when all they need is an easy to access mute & block feature and maybe a report option for actual threats. Don’t like that someone is yelling at you? Press a button and you never have to hear them again. This was figured out years ago.These are strangers on a video game on the internet. What they say doesn’t matter.
@King of The Zinger to which I'd reply by snipping you right back. I have little issue with that kind of play lol
@Robert Sharp Meanwhile i snipe you over and over the entire match specifically picking you and taunt you saying. "If you didn't want me to headshot you, You should've said something."
@Prophein X Dude you HAVE to have it for legitimate threats. Legitimate threats are rare, but they do happen. The best compromise is to have a function to report on the developer's website, and make it a pain of a process. It is going to be abused less if it takes effort, whereas a legitimate threat, a person will be shaken enough to go through said effort.A legitimate threat is one where they actually use personal info about you they shouldn't know, or spout off your phone number or address. At that point, you are dealing with a serious situation, and you should obviously call the police. Again, it is exceedingly rare, but it has happened before.
it kinda ruins an experience when you have to "mute" every single player. Also if you mute everyone then the talking which should be used for communication makes you worse at the game because the trash talking troglodytes are working together. So if you refuse to want to hear, you are not apart of the team. you see the issue?
16:26 Oh man, my sides are hurting. Think I just laughed for 5 straight minutes off the back of that bit of trash talking. That was awesome.
To be honest, I thought the part where the guy was writing someone's alias name down for "tea bagging" was a skit. The fact that this guy was actually being serious was surprising. And now they're banning people who are taken aback by this?
One of my absolute favorite XBL memories was a game of Halo 3, in which two of my teammates got into it with a young kid on the other team. Just constant insults back and forth (I didn't have my mic on, but I was laughing so much it wouldn't have mattered), culminating in the kid asserting his manliness by saying he had "an afro in my pants"
Lol this is actually hilarious. I got a psn week suspension for replying to someone hatemailing me after a game, he got salty and reported me. Toxicity is a part of competition, or everything would be casual and we can all be friends. Ppl cheer for a hockey fight or pay to watch pre-fight interviews for ufc fights and love the trash talk but once it’s directed at them they run to the report button and cry for a ban. Some of my best friends were made through trash talking, just not the same now.
Valorant devs: - We want to create a safe space for everyone so teabaging will BAN YOU!!!Splitgate devs: - Oh yeah, we have a mode called "Teabag Confirmed", suit yourself :D
@Blue Drink Activision doesn’t give a shit about trash taking, COD still has every feature that allows trash talking
@The Blue Spirit he got it mixed up in the video. It was an Apex tourney that made that twitter Novel
no one fucking plays splitgate anymore
I still don't get why people say that about Valorant? The Valorant Pros constantly Tbag and shoot bodies in their games and nobody at Riot complains about it?
@ForwardUntoDawn no worries that host is banned from every apex tournament now
Trash talking gave me thicker skin in real life. I remember when I was younger getting offended by racial slurs. But now it’s just like the act man said, really that’s all you got lol
I’ve gotten some of my closest friends through trash talking first. It’s all about having fun and competition
Loved this video. I was once playing Smite and having a particularly bad game of Thor. Was told to throw my hammer off a bridge and teleport to it. I legit laughed out loud. These days this would get you permabanned. Flippin hell. I strongly believe a gamer should be able to trashtalk and should be able to get trashtalked. This is my vote for next on the human rights declaration.
the amount of nostalgia i got from this was amazing litrally no one uses mics anymore and if they are its in party chat i think if all online games had forced game chat it would be much better
Imagine showing someone a clip of actual real life sexual assault, then showing them a clip of someone moving up and down in a game and they think it's the same thing.
@FIREPHANTOM 115 no
@Alan Lare And there's me crying my Sudden Death with elemental capacitor cant OHK at 6 meters smh
@Jack R. T. for me, I take the fusion coil, then I go hunting :3
@ItsInstinct _ Fusion campers be fucking infurating smh
Its the same picture
Damn. You even hit him with the Gwyn piano theme at 17:10. That did more damage than half the trash talk I see out there. Subtle. Nice.
Yo Act Man thank you so much for this. It casted a big smile on my face the entire time.
I really enjoyed this video man! Thank you ! I felt it was a pretty balanced way to think about this and it definitely brought me back to the days of old when I would try and participate in such bouts! Much love and respect!
"The mute button exists for a reason" - I couldn't agree more.
I've always operated under the idea that the best trash talk has a small element of self depreciation and satire to it. Like you know how stupid it is to talk trash because we're all just playing a game, but you're doing it anyways because there's a visceral satisfaction to it and you fully expect them to do it in return. The perfect example would be donsley saying "not even close baby" when he and everyone else knows damn well that they play in question was in fact very very close.
ha ha my favourite was "I'll have the spaghetti and meatballs"
My personal favorite is losing multiple times repeatedly and after finally winning once going "nice tutorial", gets 'em every time
My personal favorite is "Come back in ten years" lmaoo
Hard disagree, this is like trying to explain comedy. There is no rules, a basic outline but nothing to say you "have" to have something.
I didn't know English in the early 2010's, so getting into voice chat in Xbox live and hearing people clearly being angry but not understanding a single thing was amazing, more so when I spoke with my child voice and limited knowledge of the language, it always triggered them even more.
My favorite line I remember was "I'd tell you how bad you are but your aim does it for you, scrub"I was absolutely in awe after that one and almost cried because that was 14-15 years ago in Halo 3.
I died laughing at some of these. Hearing them again made me undead.
The best burn I ever heard came from a gaming party with me and a bunch of my friends. I think we were playing a Smash tournament. Anyway, one guy gets absolutely smoked in a 1v1, and the winner just started going off. After about 3 minutes of victory gloating, the loser looks him dead in the eye and says in a stone cold voice, "Know what? I don't gotta take shit from a guy who's chin count is higher than his GPA." He may have lost the tournament, but he won the encounter.
I'm not even kidding, a lot of trash talk was so creative I couldn't even be mad, it just had me rolling! Trash talk was comedy gold. It was a simpler time!
@RoyalKINGz my favorite one so far is when someone told me I was as useful as a red light in GTA online.
krclip.com/video/0QRGrXt0aJs/비디오.html ITS FINALLY HERE!!!!
@Senator Armstrong Gotta love the tried and true classic these days of when a million guys love to tell every, single, girl, to go to the kitchen and make them a sandwich or do their dishes baffles me that we've yet to come up with anything new. Yet once I get involved, oh boy do I have some fucking BANGERS
The sheer amount of kids that have apparently slept with my mom still shocks me.
The clip of the guy from Halo 3 talking about forcing a guy to smoke a blunt made of his mom's ass hair had me in tears.
You're speaking to my soul and saying what I've been thinking for going on 10 years now. Sadly I think it's only getting worse. It's not just games, but they hit where it really hurt me with the games.
''I'm living in your head rent free'' has always been a good one. That Chris Raygun one with the Dog actually made me laugh out loud while I was eating my dinner!
Personally I've always liked Michael Jordan's response to trash talk where he'd just point at the scoreboard. It ties into that philosophy of "speak softly and carry a big stick".I'm not saying people shouldn't trash talk but when I hear it I can't help but wonder what are the odds the everyone would be just as boisterous if they were in throat punching range, or would just a few of them get real polite, real fast? I'm just saying that nobody ever came up to me on the street and told me to my face to fuck a syphilitic donkey, and knowing that makes it hard for me to get into the smack talk. Plus I'm just not very creative, call it a character flaw.One thing that I disagree with The Act Man on is the person that quit after being called a racial slur, I get where he's going that bullying shouldn't work in driving someone away, but at the same time no one is obligated to give a bully, or a game, or a community their time, nor is anyone obligated to correct someone else's shitty behavior.
The deepest cutting insult I've ever gotten was after a game on Pokémon Showdown: "I pretend homeless people are you and I burn them." Shit still haunts me, and it's been a decade since it happened lmao
7:28 is definitely my personality 90% of the time. And nothing ticks me off more than toxic teammates in competitive games. But I still would prefer communication and friendly banter to be available, even if that means someone that banter will turn toxic. Just give players a mute option so that it’s up to them what they get to hear and what they play.
"You know what they say about arguing with idiots...""They'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience."
Agree with most of it besides the meyers Leonard example. He used a Jewish slur and the heat owner is Jewish and he already was a fringe player. So combo of being not that good and saying something that offends your boss is enough to leave you out of the NBA. Pretty fair in my opinion
I’m not familiar with the incident, but I’d say it’s rather that it’s a very different scenario when a company independently chooses to disassociate from you because of the organic bad pr you generate, as opposed to activist cancel culture where you manufacture fake negative pr.If you have a bad employee who doesn’t respect that they carry your brand in whatever small way, then they simply are making a liability out of themselves.It’s not anti-free speech, it’s actually just pro freedom of association.Like I said though, not familiar with this particular incident, might be barking up the wrong tree
The Act Man fighting the good fight as always
Amazing video. Glad to have you back doing what you’re good at.
Often times I actually became good friends with some of the guys that were talking shit after being in the same lobby for hours 😂
Such a great video, the "You Baboon" part captures the energy of ranked team battles.
@Luis-Raul Diaz-Rios It starts at 23:53 when hes talking about halo noobs
Gaming’s gone soft for trying to tone it down.Granted, ppl like LowTier skate the delicately fine line between being a plum asshole and just being mad competitive. But as my little brother says: bullying builds character. Some people NEED to be bullied so they’ll have more patience down the line.
I remember being verbally "abused" non-stop for being a squeaker. Good times ngl
True Story in Halo"What are you 5?""I'm 8"
@DamascoGamer As the guy with the lowest voice in every lobby. This is false. In fact, being a human subwoofer with a freakishly deep voice, anytime I heard someone making fun of some kid for sounding like a girl I would always use it as an opportunity to chime in and say something like "I don't know, you both kinda sound like girls to me." Good times.
@Moriah Elizabeth 🅥 Nah that aint it mate
I was the good squeaker so I could hang if I kept my squeaking down. Kids these days are so sensitive
Was listening to this while working out had to stop and finish it later because you were making me laugh to damn hard.
Actman, I'm a long time viewer of your content, and I love watching your videos, especially your reviews on poo-poo dookie games to master pieces of video gaming! I recently played a game that had me completely a-astonished by the quality of the story and design. Prey is its name. I really loved the game and its player choice and the weights of your action across the playground that your dropped in; therefore, I would love to see a review of this wonderful game and see your take on it.
i love the trash talk from dominating someone in TF2, Spy gets especially disgusting.also the shit they say to Jim for friendly fire in back 4 blood is downright soul crushing...
I literally couldnt watch this at work because I was laughing way to damn hard.
I've seen so many trash talking "sessions" that got so heated that eventually one of them would say something legendary. Everyone would laugh and pretty much become friends after that. Its wild.
I miss the days of being livid at someone on the opposing team, being on opposite teams for a few games in a row, then deciding to team up after enough shit talking. Good times.
Those were the best days tho right, either you get an hour of shit talking & entertainment then go your separate ways. Or you end up finding something in common to chat about and party up by literally pressing a single button. “X” then at the very least you get a night of banter with good gameplay and at the best you get some new online friends. The only way you seem to meet new people is in discord or the xbox looking for group posts. Meeting in match making nowadays is just dead
You know, teabagging in games would be a lot more accepting if they just called it by what it is; Taunting.The only reason why it's even called that is because the term was adopted in a time where casually threatening to violate someone or make bomb/shooting threats hardly raised an eyebrow.Lets not forget that one of the Valorent players who was suspended for voicing her opinion of the ban, Dawn, has claimed to have seen actual S.A. happen in front of her and (along with the opinion of victims I've talked to) thinks that the comparison is stupid.
This really brought back some good memories Act Man, thank you.
I remember playing DoA 4 on Xbox and a dude beat me so bad he said "This would be more of a challenge if you put the controller down and took a shit!" I laughed so damn hard, we started talking afterwards and friended each other. Creative trash talk is good sometimes.
I play a lot of CS, so pretty much every match eventually devolves into trash talk, but I always appreciate and try to go for creative and funny insults. Slurs get boring after a while.
The greatest trash talk was from an English woman in Overwatch who said to me "Your aim is so bad that you could miss the floor when falling from your bed"We need quality trash talk since sometimes you can even laugh at an insult if it's Smart.
I would not have been mad at all if someone said that to me, thats way too good
Ofc it was in Overwatch
That's well made.
ok, thats a good one
Thanks for putting my comment in the video, much love Act Man!
I died at this part 18:30 Act Man never fails to crack me up
I’ve found that being prohibited from expressing negative emotion in a game actually makes me more angry than I would be if I got it out. Magic Arena only has preselected phrases and all of them are kind and positive. “Thanks!” Just doesn’t cut it when someone is playing like an Ass hole. That’s what happens when corporations worship gays and women.
dude, i really really needed this.from someone who grew up in arcades; i legit miss what came with the trash talk.
Dude voice lines in fighting games have always been me and my friends favorite parts of the trash talk. We would end up just repeating the quotes of our characters, and that would irritate the other way more than anything we would come up with at that point lol
This made me laugh like hell. I remember people trash talking playing Pong and Atari 2600, yep I'm old, and I still trash talk and play games lol... Thanks for the great video Act Man
MW2 will always be the most glorious shit talking matches I've ever seen from starting it, being the "victim", and just sitting their neutral listening.
So happy to have you back Act Man !
I think the saddest and most maddening thing out of this is that these devs and companies arent really trying to safeguard the mental health of their playerbase. They only care about their bottom line. Thats why theres so many over reactions. They actively know twitter will put them on a pedestal every single time they double down on cracking down on “negative or problematic behavior” and they see that as free advertisement. They actively seek any type of controversy and even create new ones just so they can “crack down” on it. They dont care about banning players because they believe the positive press will gain them more. Even playing a fucking video game will make you a tool to be used by a shitty developer
I love this. Really makes me miss hilarious trash talk
Trash talking in general is a huge gift upon humanity itself, but when the game trash talks for you, it's just a whole different experience
“This isn’t about me being good, it’s about him being trash” those words are legendary and still to this day puts me on my knees
It’s perfect bcoz it’s so humble in its sheer domination lmao
I got into a cold war match yesterday, I started talking and someone immediately called me a white boy. Shit was funny as fuck
My 2 best friends I game with actually met through trash-talking. One of them kept killing the other on Battlefield 3, so he invited him to a party to cuss him out. The 3 of us wound up playing together all these years since lmao
I hope KRclip wont go crazy on this. This was another good video Act Man. I was waiting for you to go _"Modern Gaming!"_ atleast once though lol This is ironic how I was trying to explain to my younger brother what hate mail was. We really are in a different time now
Thanks for making good content like this.
The moment people let their emotions became their personality the world set itself on fire
There's 2 choices:- Let all of it be allowed, and let the players self moderateor- Let companies apply stricter and stricter moderation overtime till it no longer existsThose have always been the two choices in things like this. If you give and inch a mile will be taken eventually.
One of the best lines that my friend uses to trash talk: I would say your aim is cancer, but cancer actually kills people.
I really liked this video, especially since i got banned like 4 times for "trash talk"
“I hope you wake up crucified” has to be my favorite trash talk line.
That actually reminded me of SMT 2XD
@Spud absurdity has always made trash talking so much better
I like the one about the cosmic Wizard
i love just casually teasing the other people I play with, and im sure they enjoy playful banter lol
The Acting Male should make a master class on how too trash talk, dang, this was insightful
this is the video i didn’t know i needed. thank you act man
Great video. Great jokes. Liking your videos lately.
Oh the "golden era" of trash talk. Deep throating mics were at an all time high, everyone wanted to do everyone else's mother, and if you made a drinking game over all the slurs you heard, you would be hospitalised.What a weird time.
@Mario Badia ?? It still happens
Deep throating?Try EATING IT LIKE A KITKAT!XD
While the loud music dude in the background
Honestly I'm glad people can no longer say the N word with no consequences anymore
great time. a simpler time
Honest question: When you mute someone in a game do they generally know you've muted them? Because the idea of some little prick talking shit at me without knowing that I can't hear them is pretty hilarious.
A history of trash talking when it comes to streaming and competitive online gaming. They just turn up the dial of trash talking and turn them into toxic players. Looking at it today just shows it still goes on today.
Trashing Talking is just an aspect of everyday life, even outside of games. It’s just human nature lol
Great video with a balanced perspective.I get that nobody wants to hear lazy slurs thrown around all day, but disallowing people from using them is only giving them more validity. I know this point is overused to fuck, but it's true goddammit. The reason the N word is considered such an edgy, ballsy word to use is because of all the gasping reactions it gets. And if you try to silence somebody for being this-ist or that-ist, I hope you realize that isn't going to make them recognize the stupidity of their beliefs. In fact they'll only get stronger. I feel like the social aspect of gaming would be so much better if it wasn't tailored to the people so uncommitted in the first place that they can't handle mean words from an online sperg. Those people need to grow some fucking hair on their tits (lul), and so do these game devs who are constantly trying to 1-up each other in "inclusivity". The only inclusion we need is a lack of exclusion, and trash talk is sadly excluded in most modern games. Overly sensitive people had a way to play their way in the "toxic MW2 days". It was called the mute button. For fucks sake. So really, these people quitting over mean words don't just care about themselves not having to deal with trash talk, they just want it gone all together. They don't want people who actually do enjoy it to have a place, and that is exclusion.
“Trash talking is not a privilege, it’s a gift. And you use it for the good of peoples mom’s.”- Sun Tzu, The Art of War
@Fraughty a decent, but overrated movie with a toxic fanbase.
@Fraughty being brilliant isn’t enough, you have to work hard
LowTierGod is a genius when it comes to that
God I love spider man 2
I hate how modern gaming is so strict on _"toxicity."_ It does nothing except make everyone a passive-aggressive d-bag to skirt censors. I'd rather have someone tell me they banged my mom and have the ability to talk smack back instead of pretending I'm some well-behaved good boy.
That was hilarious and honestly most of that trash talking is tame compared to the others I have heard in my days playing halo 2 and halo 3 online. Hahahahaha
If only he had waited a week, then he could have had Hans Nieman's infamous "Let the chess speak" clip
"you wouldn't want to traumatize a child"*laughs in custom sprays in CS 1.5 at the age of 10*Also I stomped ass in SOCOM 2 online, and was called a squeaker many times. When my voice finally deepened, it felt truly momentous!
You know your society has failed and is on its way out when teabagging gets criminalized
@L00Gi Why would you make us think about that.
Imagine what the 2030s will be like lol
@Large Shake that's a beautiful but sadly true sentence
I feel like my entire age group is made up of soylent drinkers.
my friends and I constantly tea bag each other in dead by daylight
I say it like this, the stuff that was said in call of duty wasn’t necessary but it happened and we learned who was unimaginative, typical and unprofessional and those who were fun to play against.
Sadly I was too young to be a part of this era, so I couldn't sharpen my trash talk skills in that arena.
The gorilla with a baseball bat line folded me like a lawn chair, funniest shit I've ever heard