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#52 - Yeah, I school think it's traditional and elitist because it w…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/15/2015 on school names 0
#58 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
Man, that sucks, I can relate. My school had a bad rep too, but that was because we were the biggest douche-nozzles in town. It was kinda fun though...
#46 - Schleswig-Holstein dude. But I think it's because our Gymnasiu…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/15/2015 on school names 0
#48 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
I finished my gymnasium in 2012 as the last lone G9 year of that school and for 2nd foreign language we could choose between Latin and French. Not all that different, I'd say.
Weird that you live in the exact opposite direction from Bavaria. I really would have built on my prejudice here and pin the traditionalism on Bavaria. Goes to show how wrong you can be.
User avatar #52 - nass (02/15/2015) [-]
Yeah, I school think it's traditional and elitist because it was founded in 18th century, but that basically means they can't upgrade anything, because it's under UNESCO Protection. And our city (just as Schleswig-Holstein) is poor as fuck, because agriculture doesn't pay that well, so the school can't afford teachers and a lot of them are shit. That's why a lot of people from my town and around drive to other cities to go to school there, because our school has such a bad rep.
#58 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
Man, that sucks, I can relate. My school had a bad rep too, but that was because we were the biggest douche-nozzles in town. It was kinda fun though...
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#21 - Still better than german highschools, you start primary school…  [+] (10 new replies) 02/15/2015 on school names +3
#84 - icechunk (02/15/2015) [-]
I'm currently finishing my last year of "Gymnasium" in NRW and as salster already said, we don't have those latin names. However, we aren't completely free of weird acronyms:

The years 1 to 9 are simply called after the according number.

then we have the EF (10th grade), which stands for "Einführungsphase". In English, that would be something along the lines of introductory phase or orientation phase as you are supposed to get used to the "Oberstufe". The "Oberstufe" is what you call the last three years of school on a Gymnasium. The individual students of the whole grade can now choose courses they would like to attend instead of being seperated into classes and having subjects assigned to them according to the curriculum.

After the EF comes the Q1 (11th grade) or "Qualifikationsphase 1", which means qualification phase 1. You are aiming to qualify yourself for your "Abitur-Prüfungen" at the end of the last year of school through attaining sufficient grades in each of your courses.

the Q2 (12th grade) is the final year. The acronym stands for "Qualifkationsphase 2" (who would have thought). You can still fail to be allowed to take the final exams ("Abiturs-Prüfungen") in this year and are then forced to either immediately move back to the Q1 or you repeat the grade after the of the school year. That depends on the time it becomes evident that you will not be admitted to the exams.
#28 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
wat?
Where do you live? Bavaria?

I'm from NRW and while those names are known around these parts, nobody EVER uses them. They're not even on official documents.
#181 - dreadrabbit (02/16/2015) [-]
I live in bavaria and I never heard anyone using these terms.
#147 - koeln (02/16/2015) [-]
NRW Master race
User avatar #46 - nass (02/15/2015) [-]
Schleswig-Holstein dude. But I think it's because our Gymnasium was a classic one. At some point it was one out 5 schools in Germany which still used G9. And latin is the 2nd foreign language you learn.
#48 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
I finished my gymnasium in 2012 as the last lone G9 year of that school and for 2nd foreign language we could choose between Latin and French. Not all that different, I'd say.
Weird that you live in the exact opposite direction from Bavaria. I really would have built on my prejudice here and pin the traditionalism on Bavaria. Goes to show how wrong you can be.
User avatar #52 - nass (02/15/2015) [-]
Yeah, I school think it's traditional and elitist because it was founded in 18th century, but that basically means they can't upgrade anything, because it's under UNESCO Protection. And our city (just as Schleswig-Holstein) is poor as fuck, because agriculture doesn't pay that well, so the school can't afford teachers and a lot of them are shit. That's why a lot of people from my town and around drive to other cities to go to school there, because our school has such a bad rep.
#58 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
Man, that sucks, I can relate. My school had a bad rep too, but that was because we were the biggest douche-nozzles in town. It was kinda fun though...
User avatar #33 - lionxroar (02/15/2015) [-]
Yeah, I'm from BW and have never heard of those latin names before.
#37 - salster (02/15/2015) [-]
Well, I've heard old people use those words. Old as in, they were around for WW2.
And there's a tutoring website called Oberprima.
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#69 - Doesn't it say "God Bless America" on the Dollar? I …  [+] (6 new replies) 02/13/2015 on EUPHORIC 0
#77 - XxanerkiztjunkyxX (02/13/2015) [-]
The U.S. dollar didn't have "God Bless America" on it until 1957, and coins had it starting in 1886 I believe, it was put on coins after a lot of religious sentiment during/after the civil war. The constitution, in contrast, was written well before that time and clearly states church and government are two separate entities. So yea the law does take precedent, but knowing a student did it not an actual employee of the school/state, it's understandable why 2 students pointed it out and why there isn't much to be done about it.
#74 - praemium (02/13/2015) [-]
I'm also a eurofag, but with a great interest in America. It does say "In god we trust" on the dollar, but it was arbitrarely added in 1953/1956(not quite sure) and it is also against the constitution. As is prayer in schools, court and congress. It is flat-out unconstitutional.
I don't have the answer, but I suspect it's because the Christian right has a fair share of power and keeps it in place, meanwhile the Democratic "Left" is absurdly spineless and doesn't have the courage to call a spade a spade.

No, they don't treat people of other religions(or lack of) worse, but it's against the founding principles of the Free and New world to endorse any religion. America is an Enlightenment project, and massively successful. But it cannot stay stronk, if it keeps yahooing and loosely follows its principles and virtues.
User avatar #161 - zazonion (02/14/2015) [-]
It may be unconstitutional, but it depends on where you are. I live in the south, North Carolina to be exact. The majority of people here are very religious. The schools will sometimes have prayer even though it's "unconstitutional." It all depends on where you live. Plus I really don't care if people say that in a school because I'm not one of those euphoric atheists.
#163 - praemium (02/14/2015) [-]
Regardless of your religious beliefs, you should care about your constitution. Why the hell do you have to be euphoric and atheist to stand firm to principles of your country?
The people who wrote your constitution weren't even atheists to begin with. You can have religion( and no religion) and care about your constitution.
User avatar #165 - zazonion (02/14/2015) [-]
And they weren't "standing firm" they were just being bitches.
User avatar #164 - zazonion (02/14/2015) [-]
Well I care about the important shit. I could give less of a fuck if my school things it's okay to pray to something that doesn't exist.
#54 - Do you honestly believe politicians tell everybody their true …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/13/2015 on 'MURICA 0
#55 - indalx (02/13/2015) [-]
Yeah i know that the world runs on Agentas and schemes right now.But USA wants to Invade Syria.Then Iran.Africa is in mayhem just they wanted to keep pumping those minerals.Asad is a problem which they cant resolve,so they began Proxxy Wars.
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#42 - Not all friend, you seemed like a reasonable guy and you weren… 02/13/2015 on they liberated the moon so... +1
#39 - Ah no, we were talking about Islam and stuff, but still funny …  [+] (2 new replies) 02/13/2015 on they liberated the moon so... 0
User avatar #41 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
Mhmm. I'm sorry if I offended you or insulted you in whatever conversation that was; you seem like a swell chap.
User avatar #42 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Not all friend, you seemed like a reasonable guy and you weren't offending, but talking quite level-headed and unbiased, which isn't standard here.
#38 - Yeah could be, I'm not that into sience. But I guess it benefi…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/13/2015 on they liberated the moon so... 0
User avatar #40 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
Eh, whether or not they won just depends upon what they were 'racing' for. Did they win the space race? No. Did they win the moon-landing race? Yes. Simple.

Haha, did you? I have so many arguments I can't even remember.
User avatar #39 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Ah no, we were talking about Islam and stuff, but still funny that we are talking again, FJ isn't that big after all
User avatar #41 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
Mhmm. I'm sorry if I offended you or insulted you in whatever conversation that was; you seem like a swell chap.
User avatar #42 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Not all friend, you seemed like a reasonable guy and you weren't offending, but talking quite level-headed and unbiased, which isn't standard here.
#35 - Well, to that point nobody knew what zero gravity was like and…  [+] (6 new replies) 02/13/2015 on they liberated the moon so... 0
User avatar #36 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
But being ABLE to land and practically apply yourself on the moon has massive implications in terms of science and development on other planets, does it not?
User avatar #38 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Yeah could be, I'm not that into sience. But I guess it benefits further spacetravel, so yeah, it's relevant too. But think what the post wanted to say is, that the russians achieved a lot too, but in the end, the Americans "won" because they landed on the moon first, which doesn't really help us in our everyday lives like satelites do, but I guess I could be wrong there too. Again, I'm not that into sience.

But I remember I backed you up in an argument a few days ago, that name seemed familiar.
User avatar #40 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
Eh, whether or not they won just depends upon what they were 'racing' for. Did they win the space race? No. Did they win the moon-landing race? Yes. Simple.

Haha, did you? I have so many arguments I can't even remember.
User avatar #39 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Ah no, we were talking about Islam and stuff, but still funny that we are talking again, FJ isn't that big after all
User avatar #41 - captainfuckitall (02/13/2015) [-]
Mhmm. I'm sorry if I offended you or insulted you in whatever conversation that was; you seem like a swell chap.
User avatar #42 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Not all friend, you seemed like a reasonable guy and you weren't offending, but talking quite level-headed and unbiased, which isn't standard here.
#34 - I think what is meant by "relevant" is "relevan… 02/13/2015 on they liberated the moon so... 0
#9 - Little mistake in the beginnig, of course I meant "not in… 02/13/2015 on 'MURICA 0
#8 - It's not even about the oil. Just influence. You wanna know wh…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/13/2015 on 'MURICA -3
#51 - indalx (02/13/2015) [-]
>USA Funds Syrian Rebels AND ISIS
>They want Asad

Pick one
User avatar #54 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Do you honestly believe politicians tell everybody their true intentions? They're not. Forget about allies once, they don't really exist. Germany thought the US was their allie, well, at least until they found out the NSA was spying on Angela Merkel. Nobody trusts anybody and it's all just about their own interests. And it's no theory, no. Do you believe nobody could have killed Asad in 3 years if they really wanted to? Mossad can take out anybody on the globe if they want to and Syria is not that big. Look how fast they found Ghadafi.
#55 - indalx (02/13/2015) [-]
Yeah i know that the world runs on Agentas and schemes right now.But USA wants to Invade Syria.Then Iran.Africa is in mayhem just they wanted to keep pumping those minerals.Asad is a problem which they cant resolve,so they began Proxxy Wars.
#16 - Common Pepe (02/13/2015) [-]
Uh... No.
Russia told us to fuck off because the Syrian government is their ally through previous treaties.
Going to war on the side of Syrian rebels would be going to war with Russia, e.g. World War 3.

Not everything is a fucking conspiracy theory, and if you took two seconds to Google "Syria's Allies" you'd realize that.
User avatar #9 - nass (02/13/2015) [-]
Little mistake in the beginnig, of course I meant "not interfering with their interests"
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#94 - firesky (02/11/2015) [-]
Maybe that's why they are so good with the US
Gleich und Gleich gesellt sich gern
#424 - I don't say everybody is right, but everybody has the right to…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/10/2015 on Muhammad Sex Simulator 2015 0
User avatar #425 - benjaminbutton (02/10/2015) [-]
Drawing a picture of Mohammad doesn't in any form, crude or otherwise, harm your personal freedom, but by telling others that they can't, you are encroaching on theirs. Simple as that. It can be as distasteful or tasteful as possible.

However, I was responding more towards your uniting people.
#75 - Just check out my comment on ****************** answer.… 02/09/2015 on Muhammad Sex Simulator 2015 0
#74 - I fully understand what you mean. And as I said before, I agre…  [+] (4 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Muhammad Sex Simulator 2015 +3
User avatar #423 - benjaminbutton (02/10/2015) [-]
Ha. We won't unite everyone, are you crazy. This world is full of self-centered assholes, and it's fine. We are made to be selfish and feel right. It helps us stay sane in our heads and keep us from killing ourselves.

We can focus on it all we want, but it won't work unless we more successfully evolve our emotions, or we focus on putting others before ourselves and working vehemently not to attach our emotions to anything in particular and just experience them for what they are. I've been working on it for years, to tame my emotions, and I made it much easier by practicing non attachment to anything (politically, religiously (including lack of belief), and socially). I've been much happier for it, you live in the day, rather than in the past or future.

Listen, you can be Muslim, and you can claim that you think everyone is right, and I commend you if you do. It's very, very hard to respect others beliefs with a genuine attitude as opposed to just tolerating it. But sit down and think, do you actually think other religions and belief systems are right or are respectable, or are you trying to convince yourself that you feel that way.

I have faith, in a sense of my own. I believe in dimensions, and it kind of leaves all other religions to not really fit my belief. I think the God people tend to imagine, and a God that would actually exist are very, very different. We simply aim to fulfill desire of wanting to go somewhere when we die. Our brain is a whacky thing, and will do everything in its power to keep us functioning to the best of its ability.

I'm not hating, I just will never understand religion, or lack there of. Nor will I understand the social aspects of life that we maliciously throw ourselves into, nor politics. It only shows how little we can control ourselves, in the end. I treasure the individual, and once you break down the social, political, and religious beliefs that they hold on to so hard, you get to meet a whole new person. Not hating, just sharing my experience of my own life.
User avatar #424 - nass (02/10/2015) [-]
I don't say everybody is right, but everybody has the right to believe in what he wants and I as a individual have to respect that, as long as it's not harming my personal freedom.
User avatar #425 - benjaminbutton (02/10/2015) [-]
Drawing a picture of Mohammad doesn't in any form, crude or otherwise, harm your personal freedom, but by telling others that they can't, you are encroaching on theirs. Simple as that. It can be as distasteful or tasteful as possible.

However, I was responding more towards your uniting people.
#355 - Common Pepe (02/10/2015) [-]
I'm a Christian and obviously it's offensive when South Park has Jesus hulk out and murder people every other show but I'll fight for their right to be able to do that and I just laugh and let it go.

Whether or not it's the best way to deal with it doesn't matter you can only go all or nothing with freedom of speech it may make them look bad to some people but I actually still like South Park anyway.

If your religion can't stand up to criticism there is a problem when kings used Christianity as a excuse for war it made Christians look bad and many people died but if no one said anything there would still be holy wars so I'm grateful for the people who went "this is wrong and needs to stop."
#65 - Hey, I know where you going there. And I partly I agree. But, …  [+] (8 new replies) 02/09/2015 on Muhammad Sex Simulator 2015 +2
#73 - Common Pepe (02/09/2015) [-]
hallo
pls read the comments made by the originator of this game. Yes it focuses on Muslims, but it may as well be about jews, christians or any other religion. The point, he states, is that no one group should be exempt from freedom of speech. No speech is free-er than other speech. Either you can make fun of everything or you can make fun of nothing, and the creator is on the former team. It being about Muslims probably does have something to do with their current prevalence, and it is meant to be a controversial game clearly, but the point stands
User avatar #75 - nass (02/09/2015) [-]
Just check out my comment on captainfuckitall's answer. I think it makes my point clear.
User avatar #67 - captainfuckitall (02/09/2015) [-]
I'm not going to call you anything, I'm just going to reiterate my point.

It is rude, it is crude, it is tasteless, and it is offensive. That is literally all it is meant to be. However, the same things are aimed towards other religions all the time. The only reason you 'can' do this with other religions and 'can't' do it with Islam is because Islam has the only people who threaten to murder your whole family over it.
User avatar #74 - nass (02/09/2015) [-]
I fully understand what you mean. And as I said before, I agree with you. Every religion (or non-belief) should be treated equally (bad or well), including is Islam. But what I'm trying to say is, that it's not the best way to deal with the current situation globally. Instead of mocking and offending muslims all over the world, they should try to unite everybody to fight (and by that I don't mean physically) against terrorism/extremism.
User avatar #423 - benjaminbutton (02/10/2015) [-]
Ha. We won't unite everyone, are you crazy. This world is full of self-centered assholes, and it's fine. We are made to be selfish and feel right. It helps us stay sane in our heads and keep us from killing ourselves.

We can focus on it all we want, but it won't work unless we more successfully evolve our emotions, or we focus on putting others before ourselves and working vehemently not to attach our emotions to anything in particular and just experience them for what they are. I've been working on it for years, to tame my emotions, and I made it much easier by practicing non attachment to anything (politically, religiously (including lack of belief), and socially). I've been much happier for it, you live in the day, rather than in the past or future.

Listen, you can be Muslim, and you can claim that you think everyone is right, and I commend you if you do. It's very, very hard to respect others beliefs with a genuine attitude as opposed to just tolerating it. But sit down and think, do you actually think other religions and belief systems are right or are respectable, or are you trying to convince yourself that you feel that way.

I have faith, in a sense of my own. I believe in dimensions, and it kind of leaves all other religions to not really fit my belief. I think the God people tend to imagine, and a God that would actually exist are very, very different. We simply aim to fulfill desire of wanting to go somewhere when we die. Our brain is a whacky thing, and will do everything in its power to keep us functioning to the best of its ability.

I'm not hating, I just will never understand religion, or lack there of. Nor will I understand the social aspects of life that we maliciously throw ourselves into, nor politics. It only shows how little we can control ourselves, in the end. I treasure the individual, and once you break down the social, political, and religious beliefs that they hold on to so hard, you get to meet a whole new person. Not hating, just sharing my experience of my own life.
User avatar #424 - nass (02/10/2015) [-]
I don't say everybody is right, but everybody has the right to believe in what he wants and I as a individual have to respect that, as long as it's not harming my personal freedom.
User avatar #425 - benjaminbutton (02/10/2015) [-]
Drawing a picture of Mohammad doesn't in any form, crude or otherwise, harm your personal freedom, but by telling others that they can't, you are encroaching on theirs. Simple as that. It can be as distasteful or tasteful as possible.

However, I was responding more towards your uniting people.
#355 - Common Pepe (02/10/2015) [-]
I'm a Christian and obviously it's offensive when South Park has Jesus hulk out and murder people every other show but I'll fight for their right to be able to do that and I just laugh and let it go.

Whether or not it's the best way to deal with it doesn't matter you can only go all or nothing with freedom of speech it may make them look bad to some people but I actually still like South Park anyway.

If your religion can't stand up to criticism there is a problem when kings used Christianity as a excuse for war it made Christians look bad and many people died but if no one said anything there would still be holy wars so I'm grateful for the people who went "this is wrong and needs to stop."
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#57 - I actually stopped playing LoL because of the community. I rem…  [+] (13 new replies) 02/08/2015 on Seems acurate +3
User avatar #84 - nurucio (02/08/2015) [-]
I remember playing AP Yi before he was a big thing, I had someone go "hurr well if you're going ap yi then I'm going ad (insert random ap mid champ here)", they did, but we still won because AP Yi shat on people who don't understand to stay away from the back line of minions.
User avatar #75 - tjmixx (02/08/2015) [-]
or, "get out of my lane or I feed" .. happened today.
User avatar #72 - oliveirajo (02/08/2015) [-]
Dotafag here.
1- Do ''non-viable'' heroes actually exist?
2- Do people actually flame you for not picking one of those?
User avatar #74 - kaiyuni (02/08/2015) [-]
It's much fewer than it used to be. I would say only a small handful of champions are outclassed/useless.

But reworks keep coming and champs who were god-tier trash turn into viable/killing machines.
#73 - speaksinriddles (02/08/2015) [-]
If you're asking if there are champions who have been so thoroughly and repeatedly nerfed that they are no longer usable and even having them on your team insures a loss in their lane?

Yes. Here, I'll name some:
Urgot
Yorick
Olaf
Karthus

Some of those are fine in bot games, and sure, you can technically play them. Hell, I still play Karthus occasionally. I don't win when I do though, and going into ranked with a non-meta build insures you'll get reported and flamed.

Even certain items will get you reported. Oh, and god forbid you use a champion in the wrong lane. That will get you reported too.

LoL is a terrible game with a terrible community. Stay with DOTA, I had more fun in 6 matches than I did with 600 in League.
And Heroes of the Storm is supposedly going to be great too.
User avatar #89 - oliveirajo (02/08/2015) [-]
''Everything can work'' - BigDaddyNotail
User avatar #91 - speaksinriddles (02/08/2015) [-]
Unfortunately the community is so hard for their meta and Esports scenes they forgot it was a fucking game at some point or another.

Just because you may be skilled enough to make it work doesn't mean you won't get reported in the process.
#86 - Common Pepe (02/08/2015) [-]
You can actually be reported for playing the game?

I mean, that's pretty dumb... If a character is there, no matter how shitty he is I should be able to pick and play him. If you're actually playing and not just fucking around that is. Are these reports effective, I mean, do people get banned/punished for just playing the game in a manner that people frown upon?

I used to play a shooting game in which a variety of moves/weapons were frowned upon, yet reporting those was useless as they were part of the game...
#90 - ainise (02/08/2015) [-]
For starters, You rarely get flamed unless you're playing in ranked with a troll pick. The meta is pretty much decidedly 1 bruiser top(tanky melee guy usually), a squishy caster mid(Dota calls these "carries"), A support bot with an ADC and a jungler(pretty much anything works).

If you go into normals with an ADC annie(who's traditionally a mage) most people won't /really/ care. It's normals, normals are for fun. But if you pick a bad champion for the role you chose, people generally will have gripes with you.

I've played about 1200 LoL games, and I'd say maybe 1/20 - 1/40 games turns into a flame war outside of ranked. In ranked, it's a different story, but that's understandable. People want to alleviate blame on themselves when they are legitimately trying their hardest. You see it all the time in pretty much any PVP. LoL isn't any different in that matter.

In the ~40 games of Dota I played, and the ~25 or so games of heroes of the storm, I have to say..LoLs community really isn't that bad outside of ranked. It's a hell of a lot better than the games I played in those two games.

And what he's saying is mostly wrong. Olaf is underperforming a little and urgot just doesn't fit in the current meta..but Karthus and Yorick are perfectly fine picks.
User avatar #87 - speaksinriddles (02/08/2015) [-]
There is a report option for unskilled. Not sure if it hurts the person or not, but the option is there nonetheless.

It is one of the worst handled games I have ever seen or experienced.
User avatar #76 - scientific (02/08/2015) [-]
My computer can't run dota...
User avatar #79 - speaksinriddles (02/08/2015) [-]
I wouldn't opt for LoL. It is the definition of a waste of time. Buy shovelknight or another game, LoL isn't worth it.
User avatar #66 - xheanort (02/08/2015) [-]
hah yeah true. What i do is i gather my friends/full party Then just play like that. Still fun if you lose. We mostly fuck around. As in ditching eachother in battle and stuff

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User avatar #2 - syrianassassin (03/02/2015) [-]
where from Palestine?
User avatar #3 to #2 - nass (03/02/2015) [-]
My grandparents and ancestors came from the region around Haifa
User avatar #4 to #3 - syrianassassin (03/02/2015) [-]
mom is from the side of nables
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