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The Evolution of Tea Bagging

GamingUnion.net: "Tea bagging, otherwise known as corpse humping, is a renowned phenomenon which has been used by generations of gamers to portray either superiority over one's enemies or to just generally be a dick. The act itself comprises of a player killing an opponent, standing over their corpse and crouching repeatedly. In most cases, a KillCam captures the act and forces the victim to watch in embarrassment. Tea bagging in games were first given notice on a broad scale through popular games such as Halo and Counter-Strike, but the origins of tea bagging still remain a mystery to most."

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mephman2286d ago

Haha, a pretty fun read - great image too.

ShawnCollier2286d ago

Yeah, I lol'd when I initially saw the image.

Hardedge2286d ago

It's just the culture of competition. It's been done way before FPSs made the spotlight on consoles. Although the origin is rather curious. xD

Elwenil2285d ago

I first saw tea-bagging in the Rainbow Six series on PC. May have been as early as Rogue Spear but I know it was ridiculously popular in Raven Shield.

Hardedge2285d ago

It was definitely in Rogue Spear. I have some good memories of that game involving tea bagging.

Canidae2286d ago

It's always good to read a history lesson involving gaming culture.

Jazz41082286d ago

Tea bagging means something totaly diffrent in america and it has very little to do with gaming imo.

stu8882285d ago

tea-bagging has nothing to do with tea bags.

Its basically the act of... well, if you don't know look it up.

And I feel sorry for anyone who found out first hand!