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-T00b-Lube wrote:We've been seriously looking for another outstanding member to join t00b clan, I think we've just found him.....
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xkrewshe8 wrote:If going at that speed, I would have had no sympathy if a crash wiped him out soon afterward..
I enjoy it when V8 owners think their little beasty is fast and try to show me. Nothing like giving them a very hard lesson in power to weight ratio... they get a little shocked when they learn just how slow their V8 really isxkrewshe8 wrote:I know quite a bit about speed, I do after all own a 6L v8,
MauriceMoss wrote:Contrary to popular belief, QQ is not a set of crying eyes. It actually originated with the advent of Warcraft II. On battlenet, you could press ALT+Q+Q to immediately exit the match and program. Thus the term "QQ" was to tell people to just quit because they are unskilled. The term later developed and lost it's origin and is usually mistaken as crying eyes.
In contemporary gamer culture, QQ has become the mainstream emoticon for crying eyes, though it is still often used in it's traditional sense.
"Shut up or QQ!"
"Why don't you QQ, noob?"
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