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Submitted by ThaTruthMVP 1264d ago | opinion piece

Breaking Down Online Gaming's Top Insults

It is no secret nowadays that online gaming comes with it's own unique dialect. With these extremely competitive environments that players take part in everyday in online gaming, it's also no surprise that most of this dialect is more so, hate speech than anything. They say a man/woman's true character is exposed after they've chugged more beer and alcohol then they can handle. But it is my belief that there is no truer display of who a person really is than when interacting with them during sessions of online gaming. (Culture)

boogey157  +   1264d ago
Noob....lol
bossblue  +   1264d ago
catch that rape

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