Misunderstood. What does the fox say? Not oc.. We bitch about how kids getting GTA V easily nowadays yet we spent our childhood playing GTA:SA, VC, LC...etc.. with the same content and proud about it. Yeah I
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What does the fox say?

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Submitted: 10/15/2013
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#1 - regimentbluefly (10/15/2013) [+] (20 replies)
Make me proud FunnyJunk
#15 - envinite (10/15/2013) [+] (28 replies)
We bitch about how kids getting GTA V easily nowadays yet we spent our childhood playing GTA:SA, VC, LC...etc.. with the same content and proud about it.

Yeah I know, not all of us are kids at that time, but the whole internet jokes & 90's kid stuffs make me think that many people played GTA in their childhood.
#47 - xxxsonic fanxxx (10/15/2013) [+] (9 replies)
Grand theft auto v isnt bad for kids! my mom wouldent buy it to me when it was released, so i had to steal money from my dad to get it. the only thing that does cause violins is when kids DONT get their deserved games!
#61 to #47 - rogermannen (10/15/2013) [-]
It caused a lot of violins?
#26 - throatpunchasheep (10/15/2013) [+] (9 replies)
The first game I ever played was the first GTA. I was eight, and I turned out fine, or at least stable. Now i'm not saying that its okay for underage children to play these kinds of games, but every kid develops differently, depending on their experiences and (and i think this is really important) their mental predisposition. My seven year old cousin broke his nose trying to copy something from Mirrors Edge.
Maybe i don't know enough to comment on the issue, i dunno. That's just my two cents.
#43 - hakodoushi (10/15/2013) [+] (7 replies)
By far my best work on this site
ps. ms paint ftw
#113 - squeejee (10/15/2013) [+] (47 replies)
Im 13 and ive played many "violent video games" and i turned out fine. (In a sarcastic tone) oh my god a sex scene ive never seen that before...oh my god torture ive never seen that before...and oh god not...DRUG USE.
#138 to #113 - mudkipftw (10/15/2013) [-]
I lIke how you said "in a sarcastic tone". we can tell when you're sarcastic. We aren't some 13 year old.
#23 - pappathethird (10/15/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I want to post the gif with niko in the strip club, but apparently admin thinks that's too hardcore
I want to post the gif with niko in the strip club, but apparently admin thinks that's too hardcore
User avatar #176 - raamageddon (10/15/2013) [+] (11 replies)
GTA: Vice City for PS2 was the first video game that I really *remember* owning. I'm 19, that game came out in 2002, so I would've been... Somewhere between eight and ten, I don't think it was "new" when I got it, 'cause I'd played it at the house of my friends who were even younger than I was.

Game contained a lotta "bad" stuff. Tame by today's standards, but still "bad."

I turned out mostly fine. Any problems I have definitely do not stem from video-games. I'm antisocial, the gaming may contribute to that, but so did a lot of other things. Either way, I'm definitely not some sex-crazed, drug-addicted lunatic who goes out stealing cars and committing mass homicide for the lulz. Still a virgin, don't even do so much as smoke, absolutely hate thieves, and haven't gotten into any sort of physical confrontation since Middle School, and even then? That was two punches traded, the end.

To give you an idea here? My dad was a Schizophrenic involved in every drug known to man, and accidentally wound up killing himself with it. My mom is a habitual liar and thief who can't own up to her problems and face them. Both of them let me do whatever I wanted as a kid, but they drilled it into my head as to what was right and what was wrong. Both of them, and my dad especially made a point of telling me never to become like him.

I've got my problems. Plenty of them. But they aren't from video games.

But, long story short? People blaming video games for societal problems are a bunch of ******* morons. They might not help, but letting kids play games isn't necessarily ****** parenting. We shift blame toward objects, things, other people so easily... Yet we never look in the mirror and stop to question whether or not the root of the problem might just be ourselves.

Eh. Food for thought. Ignore me if you like, I like to go off on a tangent every once in a while.

We now return to your regularly scheduled programming.
User avatar #70 - deathweaver (10/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I mean, I don't think it really matters how many violent videogames you buy for your kid, as long as you teach them that what is happening in the game isn't real, and that it's only a game, and should not be imitated irl. I mean, I played a ton of violent videogames as a kid and I turned out normal.
#54 - slappythelobster (10/15/2013) [+] (6 replies)
To be completely honest, I wasn't allowed to play rated M games when I was a kid, instead I grew up playing the classics then, and the classics now. When I was really young original Super Mario Bros, Sonic, and Megaman were my **** , and when I got a little older Crash, Spyro, Newer gen Mario games like Super Mario Sunshine and Luigi's Mansion became the games I played. From then, I grew with my games, I began playing Soul Calibur, Street Fighter, Ratchet & Clank, etc. I still played Crash, Sonic, Pokemon and all that but I wasn't allowed to own any rated M game and I would only play GTA or Halo at friends. It wasn't until I was 12 that I got my first rated M game, Bioshock 2. From then I was able to mature with my games and went back and played the stories of our favorite games like San Andreas and Vice City. Currently rating is just a letter to me, and if the game is a title I'm familiar with or appears to have potential, I purchase it, but like everyone else I can't forget about our childhood. I don't want my kids to miss that, every child needs heroes like Megaman, Crash Bandicoot, Sonic, or Ratchet. Playing those titles will make today's Uncharted, The Last Of Us, Assassin's Creed, GTA, that much more exciting, and even then their favorites will remain in their minds and in their hearts.
I can only imagine how ridiculous this sounds... sorry
#247 - xxkillionarexx (10/15/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Am I the only one who just doesn't give two ***** about GTA V?
User avatar #252 to #247 - steamwhistler (10/15/2013) [-]
Yes.
#264 - wilfredfanforever (10/15/2013) [+] (2 replies)
My First ever video game as a young lad was Spyro, Ripto's Rage. And I Loved it. The violence was tame and didn't come off as graphic to me. Then came Sly Cooper, which was awesome. Then came Jak 2. That game had a lot of similarities to older GTA games (stealing cars, killing hundreds of innocent civilians just for the hell of it)  and I was a timid little wuss for that portion of my childhood. I never acted on any of the things depicted in the game, just played it because it was a fun game that I deeply Loved. I knew the difference between right and wrong. Did I ever want to slaughter the assholes at school? oh hell yes, but I never got the idea from he games I played. That's just me. Sure I would channel some of my negative emotions from the jerks and assholes into the game and let off the steam there, but never in real life.  Because i knew what was right and was wasn't. That's the point.
My First ever video game as a young lad was Spyro, Ripto's Rage. And I Loved it. The violence was tame and didn't come off as graphic to me. Then came Sly Cooper, which was awesome. Then came Jak 2. That game had a lot of similarities to older GTA games (stealing cars, killing hundreds of innocent civilians just for the hell of it) and I was a timid little wuss for that portion of my childhood. I never acted on any of the things depicted in the game, just played it because it was a fun game that I deeply Loved. I knew the difference between right and wrong. Did I ever want to slaughter the assholes at school? oh hell yes, but I never got the idea from he games I played. That's just me. Sure I would channel some of my negative emotions from the jerks and assholes into the game and let off the steam there, but never in real life. Because i knew what was right and was wasn't. That's the point.
User avatar #39 - footballmaniac (10/15/2013) [-]
Douches like this really piss me off.



And OP, a fox says 'yiff'. Now shut the **** up.
#134 - mudkipftw (10/15/2013) [+] (6 replies)
I'm 18 and I can't even have it in the house...
User avatar #68 - Crusader (10/15/2013) [-]
Honestly, my first game was Donkey Kong 64, that game was way more messed up

You were a group of apes with wooden guns that shot fruit and nuts at alligators, beavers and giant insects who then dropped watermelons for you to eat.

I mean **** , the main characters head was shaped like an island, and is grandfather frequently made him drink volatile and possible dangerous steroid like potions in order to give him special attacks
#50 - exceeding (10/15/2013) [-]
and the shopkeeper just dashes out of the store for no reason
and the shopkeeper just dashes out of the store for no reason
#224 - yuukoku (10/15/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I had a conversation with a woman working at Gamestop when I went to buy it. She said that they got a call from corporate telling them not to tell anybody about what's in GTAV unless they specifically ask because it was hurting sales.

Trying not to be biased here because I wanna hear your opinions.

Your thoughts, fj?
User avatar #209 - newsuperyoshi (10/15/2013) [-]
@the description

The Fox says 'DEMOCRACY IS COMUNISEM, HAIL TEA PARTYS!'

If you took it as real, welcome to the internet!
User avatar #55 - cinematicbrix (10/15/2013) [+] (10 replies)
I really hate when people say "the n word"
Come on, you're already 16.666% done, just say ****** .
User avatar #7 - CactusFantastico (10/15/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Does it really contain explicit anal sex scenes? My brother just got this game for xbox for his birthday and he just plays it in front of the whole family in the living room....
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