- I'm a real team player.
We had a team of 4. One guy is a 13 year old kid who is spouting off with his nonsense about everyone and how trash we are, he dies first obviously, and then he rage quits. A few minutes later, I unmute my mic and ask if I’m the only one who didn’t talk because of him. The other 2 people immediately unmute and go, “fuck that kid.” It was a good laugh all around.
Everytime I hear someone unable to maintain basic executive function on comms, I always think "yeah, this is the reason no-one should expect their teammates to actually be on comms".
I always mute online games since I’m not interested in just hearing a bunch of 13 year old boys scream slurs and tell me how awful at the game I amID: hq6sr2r
Not to mention the soundcloud boisID: hq6sjqj
Yea I don't even know what CT is so this seems best for me too.ID: hq6tav9
It’s a CSGO term I think. It’s meant to mean the area that leads onto a point from where the enemy spawns. Or, at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it means. People use it in Valorant sometimes too.ID: hq6vyte
Cootie time— it means they're females and have cooties.ID: hq7axur
CT in this case is the callout for the Counter Terrorist spawn, which for Dust 2, is behind the crying wojak's neck in that tunnel
Edit: Neck, not headID: hq7fkf1
In CS:GO it is not 13 year olds but 20 year old Russians yelling at me in Russian as if I'm supposed to understand what the fuck they are saying.
I never turn on mics during the game. I need to focus.
The mute all function is a life saver.
How does one become not garbage at CSGO. Ive attempted to play before and gotten absolutely demolished