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    Silly network messages

    This is a discussion on Silly network messages within the Gaming on Sky forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I just kicked someone's botty playing Tekken Revolution on PSN... And then within 2 minutes got the message: I hope ...

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      Silly network messages

      I just kicked someone's botty playing Tekken Revolution on PSN...

      And then within 2 minutes got the message:
      I hope you die
      Which was nice of them.

      Personally, i have had worse before but was just wondering how silly things have been for other gamers.

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      Re: Silly network messages

      World Of Tanks is just about the same. You can switch off chat but I find it amusing.

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      Re: Silly network messages

      Sadly there is a drug which roughly half the population are addicted to. Most of those playing thee games are addicted to it as well, hence the rather childish remarks.

      It has quite a few other known side effects, such as an aggressive response to various people. In some case it can also lower the IQ level of the person when it is allowed to be used uncontrollably.

      How do people get this drug?

      I knew you'd ask. Well it can be supplied in pill form in a patch or injected, but most people appear to be making their own.

      What is the drug called?

      Testosterone.

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      Re: Silly network messages

      Quote Originally Posted by Scubbie View Post
      Sadly there is a drug which roughly half the population are addicted to. Most of those playing thee games are addicted to it as well, hence the rather childish remarks.

      It has quite a few other known side effects, such as an aggressive response to various people. In some case it can also lower the IQ level of the person when it is allowed to be used uncontrollably.

      How do people get this drug?

      I knew you'd ask. Well it can be supplied in pill form in a patch or injected, but most people appear to be making their own.

      What is the drug called?

      Testosterone.
      Possibly....
      but if you ever played WOT and studied the tactics of the "weekend warrior" I think you might decide that Alcohol was the drug of choice.

      Although if you mix the two, in quantity, anything can and does frequently happen
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