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6-24-2009 @ 3:33PM
Maybe it's not about the hate but the fact some people dislike tea-bagging, and if you're the raid leader and you make a kind response to stop something that some people find offensive and you get a bratty response back, they're probably not worth having in the raid. Don't get me wrong, I can see how tea-bagging is a funny joke, but it's also very sexual and rude if the person doesn't find it funny.
6-24-2009 @ 5:43PM
Yeah, some people do enjoy the game for more than grabbing loot. If you enjoy the social aspects of the game, you want to play with people who are actually worth playing with. Someone who's going to t-bag, spew homophobic trash, and generally make it clear they're teenagers and not particularly mature ones at that... why would you want to play with someone like that? If they want to behave that way that's fine, but there's no reason anyone else should have to put up with that. He can go find another group to play with that might actually enjoy his company. Nothing wrong with that...
6-24-2009 @ 8:47PM
That was awesome. Having kicked on occasion people who persisted in this rather childish and annoying behavior. I once muted the main raid leader of a former guild for his constant homophobic jokes in vent and because none of the guild leadership thought this was wrong, left the guild.Yay for the raid leader to remove this small little loser from their raid. The fact that the Mike seems to condone such behavior will cause me to re-evaluate my visits to this site.
6-24-2009 @ 9:36PM
...Which part is homophobic? Seems like you might be reading a little too far into it.
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