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#60 randomyoutubecomment.com in Off Topic


posted about 3 years ago
#789 Vent your anger in Off Topic


Moving out will be a godsend for you.

I had a friend who went through a very similar experience - Asian parents, they hated him 'wasting his life playing video games'. He did extremely well in school, got his bachelors in medicine and even patented and sold a treatment for cancer, but his parents only focused on the fact the he played video games and basically disowned him. He felt hurt and guilty for a long time because his parent's didn't approve of him, which is very messed up.

Your parents sound to be in the wrong here, but if you're under their thumb there's not a whole lot you can do. I think it would be a good idea to try and talk to them about the very real benefits of gaming/building your own PC as well as the importance of having hobbies and not getting burnt out on school, but expect talking to them to be very hard/impossible. Still, I think it's your only option until you're able to move out on your own. If you're able to drive or can get picked up by friends, being out of the house often is a good idea. Maybe try picking up another activity they "approve of" like a sports team/chess club or whatever you enjoy. You'll have tons of freedom and time to do whatever you want in college, it sucks but gaming can probably wait. Best of luck, I'm sure things will be better in the future but for now you have to live through hell.

posted about 3 years ago
#20 can you have real friends online? in Off Topic

You definitely can, it's just difficult if you're like me and dislike 99% of the people you meet :'(

posted about 3 years ago
#53 best videogame soundtrack? in Other Games

The Furi OST has a very interesting style


posted about 3 years ago
#21 I'm giving away a benq 120hz monitor on my twitch in The Dumpster

Is 240hz worth it? Noticeable difference from 144?

posted about 3 years ago
#80 lol b4nny in TF2 General Discussion


posted about 3 years ago
#19 what crosshair is the best ( for scouts ) in Q/A Help

Crosshair the size of your screen so you never miss

posted about 3 years ago
#4 Why isn't there a TF.TV Discord? in TF2 General Discussion

Thanks friend

posted about 3 years ago
#1 Why isn't there a TF.TV Discord? in TF2 General Discussion

Nevermind I'm dumb thanks

posted about 3 years ago
#1664 Do you like the song above? in Music, Movies, TV

I like it :)


posted about 3 years ago
#26 white tile in Other Games


posted about 4 years ago
#5 Battlerite - Bloodline Champions remake in Other Games

beta is running until the 17th if youve got a key

its gud

posted about 4 years ago
#264 Rest In Peace Britian in World Events

Am I too late to post this?


posted about 5 years ago
#88 Opinions on push-to-talk in TF2 General Discussion

PTT is a hassle but you gotta use it for LAN, I always found it uncomfortable no matter what button I put it on.

Time to invest in a food pedal? I feel like Shift/Ctrl/Maybe capslock are the only good keys to use because you need to take your fingers off WASD or do some spider hand stretches on the others. M4/M5 would mess up my aim.

Voice activity has the added benefit that you can't complain unless you want people to think you're an arse.

posted about 5 years ago
#26 Aim Booster Sniper Training in Off Topic

Challenge Mode:




Both first tries. I feel like http://aim400kg.com/ea/ is better training than this. My best on EA is 74k, on Challenge mode Aimbooster targets last a really long time, are pretty big, and there's a lot on the on the screen at once so it makes you spam click. Sniping training is a little harder, but you can just lead the targets because they have a predictable pattern.

posted about 5 years ago
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