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kinisking said:
Burning Typhoon said:


I don't buy that.

Call me cynical but it's the truth for most people I've met. And as I said earlier, doesn't apply to everyone but most of them 

Oh.  Well, yeah, it does apply to most of them. I guess I missed that little bit.



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Skullwaker said:
Everyone online is an asshole. Everyone. It's better to just not give them the satisfaction of being upset.


Everyone? No



TheSting said:
Everyone? No

Hyperbole. 



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drdante said:
pbroy said:
People that need to put other people down to feel better about themselves. Maybe small penis. Just laugh and think about them having a small penis.


what if they are girls? 


Girls don't exist on the internet, silly







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Skullwaker said:
Everyone online is an asshole. Everyone. It's better to just not give them the satisfaction of being upset.

Everyone is an asshole which means you are.  So I shouldn't believe you because you're an asshole.  But wait if I'm not listening to you then I don't think you're an asshole and then I wanna listen to you again.  Oh God I am SO confused




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platformmaster918 said:
Everyone is an asshole which means you are.  So I shouldn't believe you because you're an asshole.  But wait if I'm not listening to you then I don't think you're an asshole and then I wanna listen to you again.  Oh God I am SO confused

That's what you get for listening to an asshole.



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This is why I rarely play any non-local multiplayer, be it on consoles or PC (World of Tanks being the exeption to the rule because of an awesome german-speaking multinational fun-clan I found there).

I played TTT2 on my Wii U in online multiplayer but I'm not very good at it and most opponents I had where extremly cheap to boot, always repeating just one move, locking me pretty much in a cycle of hurt. Thus I stopped very soon and didn't play it online for over a year by now.



Bofferbrauer said:
This is why I rarely play any non-local multiplayer, be it on consoles or PC (World of Tanks being the exeption to the rule because of an awesome german-speaking multinational fun-clan I found there).

I played TTT2 on my Wii U in online multiplayer but I'm not very good at it and most opponents I had where extremly cheap to boot, always repeating just one move, locking me pretty much in a cycle of hurt. Thus I stopped very soon and didn't play it online for over a year by now.


You do know sometimes you have to side-step, or duck to avoid moves, right?  If it's the same move, it shouldn't be a problem.



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