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6-24-2009 @ 3:34PM
I don't see a problem with booting someone out who can't be mature enough to raid without acting like a little spoiled boy.
6-24-2009 @ 4:10PM
So, that's a spoiled little boy? A dude tea bagging you for about 15 seconds? Someone needs to redefine your conceptions of spoiled.
6-24-2009 @ 5:43PM
No, a raid leader asking you to stop doing something that they don't like or find offensive and you giving them a smartass answer is spoiled. I'd have kicked them too.
6-24-2009 @ 11:36PM
@BurixSo it is "spoiled" to not be amused when people insult you? Pull your head out of your juvenile Xbox-live Halo subculture you live in and realize that most adults don't enjoy people insulting them or acting like 12-year olds.The raid leader didn't go off at the guy, he simply told him to stop and the teabagger was too immature to do that. A raid group is a team, you wouldn't walk over to an injured player in a team sport and begin to (mock) teabag them.I know video games may have given you the impression that your actions don't affect anyone, but they do.P.S. It has always amused me that such a homoerotic dominance action like teabagging is most popular amongst the most homophobic portions of the population.
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