yeah i kNOW i just 'complained' about this the other day

A serous question.


A serous question.

How is it that you all are able to say that our group is going to turn against the good guys? From the day we decided to help the good guys, we have had tons of fun, and to be honest, it is so much more fun than being a bad guy. Not only do we enjoy being on the good side more than the bad, but we have made good friends along our journey. Itaqi and Clone are fucking awesome guys and I would not betray our friendship with them. I don’t understand how you can just judge us off of what other players from a server that we came from have done in the past. Everyone is different, there is no way you can predict what someone will do, ESPECIALLY IF YOU DON’T EVEN KNOW THESE PEOPLE. The majority of you complaining and falsely predicting our actions know nothing about us nor have you ever spoken to us. Yeah pvp is fun and all, but at the end of the day i’m not going to break a friendship over being bored of a game. Downvote the fuck out of this if that is what you please, but just take this into consideration and get it through your thick fucking skulls that we are normal players with morals too. End of rant.



Submitted March 01, 2015 at 11:32AM by showgoeson325
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The horror

Everybody knows the movie Groundhog Day, right? The one staring Bill Murray? It’s going to sound crazy but I swear, a couple of days ago, nobody knew that movie. Well, they knew about a movie with the same plot and the same name, but staring Tom Hanks. I had been complaining about how boring work was getting with some colleagues.
"Just like goddam Groundhog Day." I said to one of them.
"Groundhog Day?"
"Yeah, you know the Bill Murray movie?"
"Who?"
I was shocked.”Surely you know Bill Murray?”
The others were also confused.
"He was in Ghostbusters? Lost in Translation?"
"That’s Tom Hanks man." they all agreed.
"You guys have got to be fucking with me," I said and googled ‘Bill Murray’ on the computer beside me, "Do I have to actually prove this?"
"We’ve got no idea who you’re talking about man."
I stared in disbelief at the results page in front of me. In the entirety of the searchable internet, there was apparantly only a single page which contained even the phrase ‘Bill Murray’. I clicked on it. The page was symmetrical, brightly coloured and slightly off beat like a Wes Anderson movie. In the centre stood only the words: ‘No one will ever believe you.’