Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by athena, May 25, 2017.
*mooohs in Sean Connery*
<A link to a NSFW drawing>
I don't think I should explain it...
ah right I posted that on the bot in chat
Sick Pupper gif bro
*SPEC* Bucket (Beef) : !fb please use hazard tape to mark out exactly where the capture zone is
I had to lay down this piece of basic mapping theory so often on today's test I just ended up copying it :|
You copied the part including " *SPEC* Bucket (Beef) :" ? ; )
I'll take 6
In fairness, have you ever tried to copy/paste from TF2's in-game chat? It's not easy.
It was from a game I was playing that crashed.
Spoiler: Incredibly large image, 4900x5700 lol
I was sharing a picture I did for someones birthday with some friends
Wanted to show somebody something they could potentially get inpiration from.
I was sharing a creation of mine with a buddy.
GetComponent<Image>().material = master.materials;
If the stuff you're doing in Unity/C# is as nice looking as the architecture stuff you pull off in TF2 maps, this should be interesting af.
you work out but do you fidget spin???
It sickens me that people associate fidget spinners with autism. I'll have you know that mastering the fidget spinner is no easy feat. You have no idea how much time, effort, and money I put into this passion of mine. I had to sell three of my highest quality vape pens and work additional hours at Best Buy in order to be able to afford the limited edition Triple Dragon Deluxe™ fidget spinner. You have no idea how long I trained to master the fidget spinner. Tell me, do you train for 8 hours a day, every day to perfect something you are "passionate" about? Didn't think so. And I'm not even done perfecting my form yet. You see, the fidget spinner is much more than a toy: it is the most unique and inspirational form of art of the 21st century only respected by the most intelligent people. I highly doubt that greatest "athletes" put as much time into perfecting their sport as we do into mastering the fidget spinner. Tell me, what "sport" requires as much concentration, effort, flexibility, and intellect than the art of performing the perfect spin? I'll answer that for you: none of them. I swear, if I ever hear someone associate fidget spinners with "autism" again, I will be more than willing to put them on the ground. I wouldn't fucking care if I was put in jail. I am willing to sacrifice my own-well being to defend not just my passion, but my life.
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