Trades like these I don't even see the "themed" part and pretty offensive
Hey. You. Scout.
Stop jumping around like a hyperactive flea on crack and let me heal your ass.
Or the fact that it doesn't have the extended range. And it isn't the Persuader, so it is a downgrade.
The fucking grin the demoman makes when he kills you.
Scout. 34 kills. 3 dominations. 1 fucking Loch-n-Load crit.
Just like that conversation with shuya from a while ago, but this one wasn't even over a raffle requirement, it was over a freaking avatar and name.
Got it upside down, reads from bottom to top. Sorry, just too angry to fix it right now.
Spies who use the dead ringer simply to get away from you when you're pounding their face in.
They don't even try to be sneaky, they make it pretty obvious they're not really dead (sometimes going as far as uncloaking as soon as they activate it).
It seems like all they care about is maintaining their K/D ratio.
I can't even draw anything about this, so I'm just gonna say; I hate RACISM in this game. Blatant, uncreative racism to boot.
Guess what some guy on a Valve server named his Black Box? YEAH.
I'm guessing he named it the nigger box? If so, wow, that is ucreative.
One thing that really bugs me is if I'm playing TF2 (or any game in general) and out of nowhere a call notification on Skype gets in the way of the game thus getting me killed even if I'm on Do Not Disturb, or if I'm in a call, and somebody adds another person into the call and Skype just decides to minimize the game for me just to show me that some guy who most likely isn't even going to join the call was added.
I mean, isn't Skype supposed to not bug the hell out of you if your status is set to DND?
Also, I do play in windowed, but in noborder mode.
Thinking about it, something else happened on the same server. Me and another Engineer were defending the intel at Turbine, and both of our guns came under fire from an onslaught of heavies and demos at once. I start tanking my gun and before I know it the base is destroyed, I'm killed, and the enemy is escaping. Then on the chat, the other Engineer (who was mysteriously absent during the attack) says "Wow, nice job engy bro, only worrying about your own buildings." He was apparently bitter that I wasn't trying to save his gun which was in a more vulnerable, and overall more shitty spot.
I told him "you can't be serious."
He replies "The next time something happens I'll be sure not to help your buildings."
Then he goes quiet. After a little while he tries joining the enemy team. Then he gets autobalanced back and leaves, probably 100% convinced that he was right.
I don't think that dude himself believed in half the stuff he said (except the part about ponies). He also was re-using the mottos from popular image macros all along, so I'll just assume this was a not-so-subtle attempt at trolling.
Seems like he succeeded because you do sound a little enraged.
Usually the same guy that expects instant replies when you're in-game, no exceptions
Oh so I finally manage to survive that attack of skilled players by faking my death nicely with Dead Ringer
*Otto The Pup's dead ringer has leveled up hurp durp
A while ago, I let my friend borrow my Team Captain.
I don't know what he's done with it, but it's not in his inventory, and he doesn't plan to give me another TC.
He didn't even say sorry. He just said he'd buy me one from the shop (even though the one I gave him was craftable) and when I told him to buy keys for trading, he said "There goes my scout outfit and high five."
"All the hats i have are not worth team captain,and i'm planning on keeping my cowboy soldier outfits"
If you borrow an item from a friend and then trade/craft/delete it, you pay them back and don't act like you're doing them a huge favour.
when you're doing awesome and killing people left and right on a server, but it dies out, you move to a new server, and suddenly you're doing absolute shit
I then proceeded to casually stroll through the enemy, aim snapping left and right, blowing everyone aside effortlessly, frag-movie style, even though I'd just come back from a month's break from TF2. I could almost hear the dubstep. Then I reach the last control point, and me and a Scout take it. But then the round ends, and next round I have as much awesome as a F2P who has somehow managed to equip both a Proof of Purchase and a Gibus. Was good while it lasted, though.