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10-23-2010 @ 6:05PM
looks like he exceeded the maximum weight limit on that leg
10-23-2010 @ 9:18PM
wow you all down rated me. im shocked /end sarcasmthis guy pulls something in his leg and it takes 4 people to carry his fat ass off stage. when i tore my acl in half i hopped my gimp ass away on 1 leg while my knee swelled up to the size of a volley ball. you may be this epic warrior when you play wow but outside most of you are as soft as a cupcake. even the loading screen tips will tell you to take everything in moderation. even this gamehopefully this guys dignity recovers as fast as his leg
10-23-2010 @ 9:43PM
I don't think you deserve the right to that "carebear" title, Sir.
10-24-2010 @ 9:30AM
Cool story bro. /end sarcasmYeah okay, tough guy. I don't think even if you'd told us you had both your legs blown off in battle and used your arms to walk your torso back to base would we be at all impressed. You'd just end up sounding more like a boasting idiot.
10-24-2010 @ 11:31AM
@Xidi dont consider myself tough just because i wouldnt need to be carried off like this fool was after such a ridiculous injury. i consider myself to be a normal man whos able to deal with a little bit of pain without embarrassing myself. but weaklings like you may look at someone like me and think im "tough"
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