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3 questions

1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?

2. Why do some people hate others based on their appearance in streams rather than their personal interactions?

3. Why is toemas an incel?

Answer in any way you see fit. Thank you for cooperating tftv

3 questions

1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?

2. Why do some people hate others based on their appearance in streams rather than their personal interactions?

3. Why is toemas an incel?

Answer in any way you see fit. Thank you for cooperating tftv
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die

die
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#3
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nice post doughy

nice post doughy
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thank you for your reply, kind samaritans

thank you for your reply, kind samaritans
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yes
no
maybe

yes
no
maybe
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this is now a physics meme thread

https://i.imgur.com/LiqMZfO.png

this is now a physics meme thread
[img]https://i.imgur.com/LiqMZfO.png[/img]
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1. It depends, generally it's better to comm something rather than nothing, even if it's through yelling. However the worst possible outcome is if someone starts directing their anger at team mates and then they also become tilted, causing the team's performance to decline much more than if it was just the one person getting mad.

1. It depends, generally it's better to comm something rather than nothing, even if it's through yelling. However the worst possible outcome is if someone starts directing their anger at team mates and then they also become tilted, causing the team's performance to decline much more than if it was just the one person getting mad.
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@SNIFF cringe af, get this weeb shit outta here.

@Dr_Fez legit never thought of it like that, respectable ty.

@SNIFF cringe af, get this weeb shit outta here.

@Dr_Fez legit never thought of it like that, respectable ty.
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dont @ me because its 4am on your deserted limestone and youre losing sleep over a man whose nickname has "toe" in it, BITCH

dont @ me because its 4am on your deserted limestone and youre losing sleep over a man whose nickname has "toe" in it, BITCH
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damm son, dont get your panties in a twist.................... bitch,

damm son, dont get your panties in a twist.................... bitch,
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Well if the person is atleast comming at right times all though he is yelling and toxic he is atleast making good comms and helping the team in some sense. I have a bad habbit when im tilted to yell abt random shit and not realize it so take that with a grain of salt

Well if the person is atleast comming at right times all though he is yelling and toxic he is atleast making good comms and helping the team in some sense. I have a bad habbit when im tilted to yell abt random shit and not realize it so take that with a grain of salt
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1. yelling is better as at least there is a chance for them to calm down and get their head in the game
2. tf2 is small enough for everyone to have heard of ppl and probably played against them at one point which might make them feel like they know the person good enough to judge
3. he has childrem brain

1. yelling is better as at least there is a chance for them to calm down and get their head in the game
2. tf2 is small enough for everyone to have heard of ppl and probably played against them at one point which might make them feel like they know the person good enough to judge
3. he has childrem brain
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question 2: most people in this scene have next to no face to face interaction so their only social construct is an online world which they base their opinions of human characters off

eg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenon

question 2: most people in this scene have next to no face to face interaction so their only social construct is an online world which they base their opinions of human characters off

eg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenon
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smzieg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenon

elaborate?

[quote=smzi]
eg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenon[/quote]
elaborate?
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hamahamsmzieg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenonelaborate?

playing online you create a certain picture of someone that usually drastically changes once you meet him/her in an offline setting (sometimes for the better sometimes for the worse)

[quote=hamaham][quote=smzi]
eg. the meeting someone at lan phenomenon[/quote]
elaborate?[/quote]

playing online you create a certain picture of someone that usually drastically changes once you meet him/her in an offline setting (sometimes for the better sometimes for the worse)
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How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all

How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all
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funhaver1998How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all

You feel like you are capable of winning and therefore SHOULD win, if things don't go according to plan you feel like your power is being stripped from you and as an instinct you respond with playing more aggressive which isn't always a good decision, your noticeable worse performance leads to frustration which either makes you yell at others or go silent because you start focusing on mechanics far more than decision making and communication with the rest of the team

https://youtu.be/OvaPVBFVUWQ this vid is good and cool imo

[quote=funhaver1998]How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all[/quote]
You feel like you are capable of winning and therefore SHOULD win, if things don't go according to plan you feel like your power is being stripped from you and as an instinct you respond with playing more aggressive which isn't always a good decision, your noticeable worse performance leads to frustration which either makes you yell at others or go silent because you start focusing on mechanics far more than decision making and communication with the rest of the team

https://youtu.be/OvaPVBFVUWQ this vid is good and cool imo
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funhaver1998How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all

cause they don't believe the game is winnable and have checked out, only playing so they don't let the team down

[quote=funhaver1998]How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all[/quote]

cause they don't believe the game is winnable and have checked out, only playing so they don't let the team down
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1 from my experience, more often than not, yelling makes me mentally check out and not care about the game
see the potential in it motivating people to try harder though.

1 from my experience, more often than not, yelling makes me mentally check out and not care about the game
see the potential in it motivating people to try harder though.
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funhaver1998How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all

Why Do People Get Angry When Something Doesn’t Go Their Way Lmao Just Don’t Get Angry Lmao

[quote=funhaver1998]How comes lots of TF2 players start getting mad/not talking at all during the game that they're trying to win? I dont get it at all[/quote]
Why Do People Get Angry When Something Doesn’t Go Their Way Lmao Just Don’t Get Angry Lmao
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You are playing a videogame.

You are playing a videogame.
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funhaver1998You are playing a videogame.

This is the most retarded thing you can possibly say when discussing a competitive game LOL
Doesn't matter if it's a video game, competitive people will want to win. Even if they don't get a sustainable income from it, the amount of dopamine awarded from winning is more than enough
saying "its only game" is a coping mechanism for shitters & putting in 0 effort isn't gonna get you anywhere stfu loser lol

[quote=funhaver1998]You are playing a videogame.[/quote]
This is the most retarded thing you can possibly say when discussing a competitive game LOL
Doesn't matter if it's a video game, competitive people will want to win. Even if they don't get a sustainable income from it, the amount of dopamine awarded from winning is more than enough
saying "its only game" is a coping mechanism for shitters & putting in 0 effort isn't gonna get you anywhere stfu loser lol
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Hamaham is a low div2 player. He plays this game for no monetary compensation, and he likes it.

Hamaham is a low div2 player. He plays this game for no monetary compensation, and he likes it.
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it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more

rly where im coming from is the fact that my own team #1 problem is this tilting shit and i don't get it at all and the slightest thing makes us lose. most of the time we lose i wouldn't even say we were being out played or anything by the other team its much more that we are losing to our own god damn selves and i never rly understood why these players do that shit

but at the same time its not a my team specific thing its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it

the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?

like just watch froyo play when they get mad and yea they shout and stuff but they don't do it so much that it hinders their team because they are adults and i kno there's a scrim where habib switches to soldier and does it the entire game and screams his mind off on youtube but thats because drugs has warped his brain to below his age

it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more

rly where im coming from is the fact that my own team #1 problem is this tilting shit and i don't get it at all and the slightest thing makes us lose. most of the time we lose i wouldn't even say we were being out played or anything by the other team its much more that we are losing to our own god damn selves and i never rly understood why these players do that shit

but at the same time its not a my team specific thing its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it

the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?

like just watch froyo play when they get mad and yea they shout and stuff but they don't do it so much that it hinders their team because they are [b]adults[/b] and i kno there's a scrim where habib switches to soldier and does it the entire game and screams his mind off on youtube but thats because drugs has warped his brain to below his age
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funhaver1998it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more

it explains why ppl let their feelings get involved

its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it
the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?

its more complicated to group everyone together, some do it in scrims because they have a better understanding of the game and despite their efforts to make their teammates improve nothin happens and its so fuckin annoying having to play like that
some do it in pugs because there are so many rats who dont know how to play the game and put their logs ahead of the enjoyment of comp for 5 other ppl (gr8 example is scouts who never cap, never play near med, come into ubers and decide to play sniper in uber ads and then have the audacity to have a fucking ego lmfao u guys r fuckin retards)
some do it in both because they're immature manchildren

[quote=funhaver1998]it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more[/quote]
it explains why ppl let their feelings get involved
[quote]
its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it
the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?[/quote]
its more complicated to group everyone together, some do it in scrims because they have a better understanding of the game and despite their efforts to make their teammates improve nothin happens and its so fuckin annoying having to play like that
some do it in pugs because there are so many rats who dont know how to play the game and put their logs ahead of the enjoyment of comp for 5 other ppl (gr8 example is scouts who never cap, never play near med, come into ubers and decide to play sniper in uber ads and then have the audacity to have a fucking ego lmfao u guys r fuckin retards)
some do it in both because they're immature manchildren
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1) I try to always talk about whats making me mad/going wrong after a fight when theres time. Sometimes it slips out though and you get mad during a fight in which its totally right for teammates to tell you to shut the fuck up. But screaming constantly and then going mute does not solve the issue.

2) People have different personas dependant on different people, just like how you act different in-front of friends/in-front of people you just met/in-front of your mom/dad. Obviously, opinions change when you become more accustomed and interact more with someone. Don't know if you knew timon but he was a fucking dick to other people who didnt know him, he literally did it for fun to piss people off, but to me he was the nicest guy, even paid my internet bill once so I could play scrims and an official lol.

1) I try to always talk about whats making me mad/going wrong after a fight when theres time. Sometimes it slips out though and you get mad during a fight in which its totally right for teammates to tell you to shut the fuck up. But screaming constantly and then going mute does not solve the issue.

2) People have different personas dependant on different people, just like how you act different in-front of friends/in-front of people you just met/in-front of your mom/dad. Obviously, opinions change when you become more accustomed and interact more with someone. Don't know if you knew timon but he was a fucking dick to other people who didnt know him, he literally did it for fun to piss people off, but to me he was the nicest guy, even paid my internet bill once so I could play scrims and an official lol.
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funhaver1998it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more

rly where im coming from is the fact that my own team #1 problem is this tilting shit and i don't get it at all and the slightest thing makes us lose. most of the time we lose i wouldn't even say we were being out played or anything by the other team its much more that we are losing to our own god damn selves and i never rly understood why these players do that shit

but at the same time its not a my team specific thing its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it

the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?

like just watch froyo play when they get mad and yea they shout and stuff but they don't do it so much that it hinders their team because they are adults and i kno there's a scrim where habib switches to soldier and does it the entire game and screams his mind off on youtube but thats because drugs has warped his brain to below his age

emotions make people behave illogically you said it yourself

[quote=funhaver1998]it being a competitive game that u wanna win as a justification of muting urself and yelling at the videogame causing yourself to lose even more

rly where im coming from is the fact that my own team #1 problem is this tilting shit and i don't get it at all and the slightest thing makes us lose. most of the time we lose i wouldn't even say we were being out played or anything by the other team its much more that we are losing to our own god damn selves and i never rly understood why these players do that shit

but at the same time its not a my team specific thing its a broad thing amongst below prem teams where people spend thousands and thousands of hours in the videogame and do the most counter productive shit when it comes up to winning/improving which is what they rly want, and they even conciously understand that and continue to do it

the vast majority of tf2 players are 16+ and u can't even control your emotions on something that you're supposed to enjoy?

like just watch froyo play when they get mad and yea they shout and stuff but they don't do it so much that it hinders their team because they are [b]adults[/b] and i kno there's a scrim where habib switches to soldier and does it the entire game and screams his mind off on youtube but thats because drugs has warped his brain to below his age[/quote]
emotions make people behave illogically you said it yourself
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well i guess ive just been owned then

well i guess ive just been owned then
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Doughy1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?

Yelling in Comms because you're tilted is far worse than going mute.

What yelling comms does.

  • Denies your teammates the ability to communicate with each other.
  • Makes it so your teammates can't hear ingame audio.
  • Makes it so you're unlikely to hear/process what your teammates are saying.
  • Makes it unlikely for you to hear/process in game audio ques.
  • You're directly conveying your anger to your teammates even if not directed specifically at them. This can cause a worse scenario where more members of the team Tilt.

What going mute in comms does.

  • Annoy your teammates that you're not saying anything.

Both are bad but 1 is definitely worse than the other. The only time yelling in comms is ok is if it's to bring immediate attention to something specific to accomplish a goal. Ex. 1. WE POPPED UBER WE'RE ENDING HERE. 2. THEY'RE ALL LOOKING AT ME PUSH NOW! 3. SPY ON OUR MEDIC!!!

If you can get a decent hold on your tilt relatively quickly yelling for ~30s of match is far better than being mute for 5+ minutes.

[quote=Doughy]
1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?
[/quote]

Yelling in Comms because you're tilted is far worse than going mute.

What yelling comms does.
[list]
[*] Denies your teammates the ability to communicate with each other.
[*] Makes it so your teammates can't hear ingame audio.
[*] Makes it so you're unlikely to hear/process what your teammates are saying.
[*] Makes it unlikely for you to hear/process in game audio ques.
[*] You're directly conveying your anger to your teammates even if not directed specifically at them. This can cause a worse scenario where more members of the team Tilt.
[/list]

What going mute in comms does.
[list]
[*] Annoy your teammates that you're not saying anything.
[/list]

Both are bad but 1 is definitely worse than the other. The only time yelling in comms is ok is if it's to bring immediate attention to something specific to accomplish a goal. Ex. 1. WE POPPED UBER WE'RE ENDING HERE. 2. THEY'RE ALL LOOKING AT ME PUSH NOW! 3. SPY ON OUR MEDIC!!!

If you can get a decent hold on your tilt relatively quickly yelling for ~30s of match is far better than being mute for 5+ minutes.
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ComangliaDoughy1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?
Yelling in Comms because you're tilted is far worse than going mute.

What yelling comms does.
  • Denies your teammates the ability to communicate with each other.
  • Makes it so your teammates can't hear ingame audio.
  • Makes it so you're unlikely to hear/process what your teammates are saying.
  • Makes it unlikely for you to hear/process in game audio ques.
  • You're directly conveying your anger to your teammates even if not directed specifically at them. This can cause a worse scenario where more members of the team Tilt.

What going mute in comms does.
  • Annoy your teammates that you're not saying anything.

Both are bad but 1 is definitely worse than the other. The only time yelling in comms is ok is if it's to bring immediate attention to something specific to accomplish a goal. Ex. 1. WE POPPED UBER WE'RE ENDING HERE. 2. THEY'RE ALL LOOKING AT ME PUSH NOW! 3. SPY ON OUR MEDIC!!!

If you can get a decent hold on your tilt relatively quickly yelling for ~30s of match is far better than being mute for 5+ minutes.

theres a huge difference between venting for 10 seconds vs tilting for the rest of a map and projecting your anger on your teammates. Im perfectly fine with option 1 over my teammate going mute for the rest of the game.

[quote=Comanglia][quote=Doughy]
1. Is one yelling in comms when tilted better or worse than one who gets completely mute?
[/quote]

Yelling in Comms because you're tilted is far worse than going mute.

What yelling comms does.
[list]
[*] Denies your teammates the ability to communicate with each other.
[*] Makes it so your teammates can't hear ingame audio.
[*] Makes it so you're unlikely to hear/process what your teammates are saying.
[*] Makes it unlikely for you to hear/process in game audio ques.
[*] You're directly conveying your anger to your teammates even if not directed specifically at them. This can cause a worse scenario where more members of the team Tilt.
[/list]

What going mute in comms does.
[list]
[*] Annoy your teammates that you're not saying anything.
[/list]

Both are bad but 1 is definitely worse than the other. The only time yelling in comms is ok is if it's to bring immediate attention to something specific to accomplish a goal. Ex. 1. WE POPPED UBER WE'RE ENDING HERE. 2. THEY'RE ALL LOOKING AT ME PUSH NOW! 3. SPY ON OUR MEDIC!!!

If you can get a decent hold on your tilt relatively quickly yelling for ~30s of match is far better than being mute for 5+ minutes.[/quote] theres a huge difference between venting for 10 seconds vs tilting for the rest of a map and projecting your anger on your teammates. Im perfectly fine with option 1 over my teammate going mute for the rest of the game.
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