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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #13 - chromii
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I wonder what achievement he unlocked...
#14 to #13 - GEARBOY
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PTSD.
#26 to #14 - marlton
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At least he got to call in his harrier killstreak
At least he got to call in his harrier killstreak
#98 to #26 - anon id: 8a1de67c
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you need 7 for harrier, not 6
User avatar #100 to #98 - demcupcakes
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Maybe he had hardline
#21 to #14 - atrocitustheking
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Oh my God, I am so going to Hell for laughing at that.
Oh my God, I am so going to Hell for laughing at that.
#111 to #14 - pwnfrnzy
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"You don't understand man, he just ******* exploded!"
#179 to #14 - icelandicjesus
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Comment Picture
#51 to #14 - roflstorm
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A hearty chuckle was had
A hearty chuckle was had
User avatar #254 to #14 - teratorn
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I dont get it.
jokexplain please help!
#259 to #254 - jokexplain
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a psychological affliction that ails especially veterans and witnesses to catastrophes [like 9/11]. It causes insomnia, nightmares [where the traumatic experience is relived], illogical fears and other effects. might ask psychexplain for the full breakdown but that's the gist of it
User avatar #261 to #259 - teratorn
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Thank you man,i wouldnt get this joke without you.
#257 to #254 - wrongexplain
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PTSD stands for Poultry Themed Sex Devices, this is what is featured in the picture
#271 to #257 - mailstrom
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hawt
User avatar #258 to #257 - teratorn
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**** off i need a real explain.
#192 to #14 - tehcookee
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****** gold XD
#102 to #14 - anon id: 86064001
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"IT'S LIKE. I JUST..I JUST SHOT THE ****** AND.. AND OH GOD."
User avatar #78 to #14 - zombiepipboy
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jokeexplain pls halp
User avatar #83 to #78 - zomaru
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***** gonna commit suicide because he'll be depressed about taking the lives of others so easily
User avatar #65 to #14 - olioh
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i dun get it. explain please.
#66 to #65 - ninjawildcat
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Its what many soldiers get after war or just after anyone goes through something traumatic. It can cause repressed memories, flashbacks, and increased anxiety. I hear that under certain situations veterans have been triggered and become violent.
User avatar #68 to #66 - sesamfan
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From what I understand it doesn't make them violent, however if they get "ported back" into those memories they can in their horror lash out against people around them. I personally saw a man shaking under a tree during new years eve because fireworks were going off. Not sure if he was just on something or actually was a vet but stuff like that y'know
User avatar #70 to #68 - ninjawildcat
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well lashing out could be considered violent. but ya, that kind of stuff happens. if they have it bad enough it can effect dreams and everything for the rest of their lives.
#71 to #70 - sesamfan
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I am glad we conclude the same thing good sir, have a putincopter!
#72 to #71 - ninjawildcat
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That man scares me
User avatar #75 to #72 - olioh
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#73 to #72 - sesamfan
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He is nothing against King Carl XVI Gustaf of Sweden
#67 to #66 - olioh
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ah, thank you for the lengthy explanation. i must learn to use google someday. picture of my cat as a reward.
User avatar #163 to #67 - deadrifler
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Your cat...was does it look like my roomate's cat. There can only be one! Quick, I'll get the cocktail swords for them.
User avatar #69 to #67 - ninjawildcat
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My coworker was in Nam so we were told to be extra careful and not do anything that could scare him. I guess their training can kick in and they will go ape **** on your ass thinking your a "Gook".

And I dont even like cats all that much but thats a nice cat you got there
#74 to #69 - olioh
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im glad i live in finland so i dont have to think about wars that mutch, and even when the US news tell finnish people are scared of russia atm, we are not, we dont care, they dont want us back. even if they do it would be too costly for them to try.   
   
   
when i think about it i once saw a guy with PTSD after war, he was from us and someone thing happened (cant remember was it some ppl fighting or something, but alot of yelling and loud noices) and he just started to shake and wasnt able to breath well.
im glad i live in finland so i dont have to think about wars that mutch, and even when the US news tell finnish people are scared of russia atm, we are not, we dont care, they dont want us back. even if they do it would be too costly for them to try.


when i think about it i once saw a guy with PTSD after war, he was from us and someone thing happened (cant remember was it some ppl fighting or something, but alot of yelling and loud noices) and he just started to shake and wasnt able to breath well.
User avatar #76 to #74 - ninjawildcat
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that picture was way funnier to me than it should have been. Also, I am fortunate enough to have never seen any old men shaking violently, because that would be terribly upsetting.
#77 to #76 - olioh
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ah sry i make alot typos and forgot to mention after deleting them that he was from the US.
ah sry i make alot typos and forgot to mention after deleting them that he was from the US.
#103 to #66 - futurexplain
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you seem to know about this: hypotethically if someone got PTSD from anything other than war, would he be able to remember it?
User avatar #190 to #103 - coolcalx
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people get PTSD from all sorts of things. victims of sexual abuse (especially at a young age) commonly develop PTSD. They would only be able to remember the events through regular therapy.
#193 to #190 - futurexplain
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so only war and sexual abuse then?
User avatar #197 to #193 - coolcalx
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..what? no, that was just a single example. any significantly traumatic event can cause a person to develop PTSD
#28 - include
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When the talibans hear this
When the talibans hear this
User avatar #171 to #28 - pwnigator
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"Well yeah, he killed Hakim, Mahmoud, Abdul, Farid, Omar and Ahmad but that **** was glorious, I tell ya!"
#6 - theannoyingFJguy
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This story really blew me away. And the Islamists.
This story really blew me away. And the Islamists.
#16 - gymexplain
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THIS. this is why the sun never set on the British empire.
Because we're badass.
User avatar #207 to #16 - roadrager
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What the **** are you talking about?
User avatar #88 to #16 - Durricane **User deleted account**
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Don't take pride in other peoples accomplishments. Just because you're from the same place, doesn't mean you're destined for great things.
#273 to #16 - gymexplain
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I can't believe 36 people thumbed this either way to end up at 0
User avatar #29 to #16 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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do you, explain gym's?
#30 to #29 - gymexplain
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I help to explain gym related content and jokes on the site should my services be required, just say my username and I shall appear! well, that's the idea anyways, do you have any questions my good man?
User avatar #35 to #30 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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do you lift?
#36 to #35 - gymexplain
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I lift, bro
#37 to #36 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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sweet, by that logic, i guess i historie then.. rather lift 10 pages in a book then 10 lbs in a gym.. but to each his own
sweet, by that logic, i guess i historie then.. rather lift 10 pages in a book then 10 lbs in a gym.. but to each his own
#38 to #37 - gymexplain
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Why not both?
User avatar #40 to #38 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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i'm weak..
#41 to #40 - gymexplain
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That is because you don't go to the gym my friend and i'm guessing you also do little to nothing to improve your physical wellbeing due to your studious nature. All lions are born cubs and we must all start somwhere
User avatar #42 to #41 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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yeah i guess i could agree with that, however, i do do some physical labor regularly (like dig holes and shovel dirt and gravel for old members of my dad's church...) i also used to run regularly, but i find it's easier if i have a girl work-out partner...
#43 to #42 - gymexplain
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Well that right there is a start, you're already miles ahead of some people. well depending on what body type you would like in the long run you have to choose which path to take in terms of exercise, runnning is cardio and will lead to a toned and athletic body type but not really big muscles, if you understand me.
User avatar #44 to #43 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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I think i want slightly more than toned, so not like ripped, but not like puny either...
User avatar #57 to #56 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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yes
#58 to #57 - gymexplain
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I see. well the abdominal muscles (the six pack) is something you don't have to focus on if you're going to be weight training and running as it is vital to core balance and these exercises tone it secondary without direct training, however it never hurts to do crunches too. Oh and leg raises, leg raises, leg raises for those all important and difficult to attain bottom two.

Pectoral muscles will probably be done via Bench press, dumbell press (you will preferably need to be spotted with these but any gym should assist you with that) Chest press and a few other machines/ methods that you could look up and try out but those three are the main ones. Biceps, triceps and shoulders are also fairly prevalent there so you'll need bicep curls, hammer curls tricep dips (the first two require dumbells or cable crossover machine and the third is body weight) shoulders with shrugs and shoulder raises with free weights
User avatar #59 to #58 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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dude i like it, and i really appreciate your help, i'm glad you are on the explain team. You know what you should do? you should totally host a internet wide fit-competition group thing, turning all us lazy book jockeys into good looking members of society, people post before and after pics, people vote on those that either improve the most, or look the best afterwards, and then the winner gets fame, recognition, and a great bod
#60 to #59 - gymexplain
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I'm glad I could help man and thanks! jokexplain -san will be proud I honestly don't think that enough people would be motivated enough to attempt something like that but great idea! maybe if this gets far enough i'll try it out! you'll get deds of course!
But i must sleep now as it's 6am here and I have work soon -.- I hope everything goes great buddy and you know where I am if you need me!
User avatar #61 to #60 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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alright, i hope you can get some interest sparked up! anywho, enjoy what little sleep you can get, night!
#62 to #61 - gymexplain
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Night buddy, Train hard dude, You're the man!
#63 to #62 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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I will dude, I will.  random picture
I will dude, I will. random picture
#45 to #44 - gymexplain
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Then I would suggest continuing with your cardio as well as doing some weight training when you can quite simply. Eat well and regularly, mainly protein and carbs to aid your body's recovery process and you'll gain mass faster than you might think. if you're taller it takes longer I might add
User avatar #47 to #45 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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i'm 5'11" and have a **** ton of time on my hands, if i eat right, and add like pushups/situps to my routine (running a mile every day[increasing slowly]) and weigh like 175, should i be able to get where i want by say.. early august?
#50 to #47 - gymexplain
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Should be fairly fast gain if you're 5'11, I'm 6'4 and it takes longer unfortunately, so you're at an advantage! Time is what you need! that and some money ideally for the food! The running is The best exercise there is for whole body to be nice and toned & athletic so that's good.

try to get hold of some weights, nothing crazy big if you're only wanting just above toned, you might be best staying under 20KG (40lb I think if you're American which I assume you are) Press ups and sit ups are good, what I would suggest is do your limit in both and then round it down to the next 5 number (e.g. if you can do 12 then it's 10, 21 then 20 etc.) and do this number everyday in sets of three with a small break inbetween of maybe 20 - 40 secs and then after 2-3 days of this add another 5 and keep going like that.

With the food you need to be getting up reasonably early like 7,8,9 AM (which I find impossible!) and eating a good bowl of porridge, not the quaker oats sugar nonsense, proper porridge oats! then for lunch/dinner have a couple of Chicken sandwiches on wholemeal bread, tea some chicken and pasta or Tuna and pasta, anything that is Protein and carbs really, and then a meal before bed as you will need all of these calories to feed your growing muscles

I understand this is a lot of information so just let me know which parts you need more detail in!
User avatar #53 to #50 - batmanbeyonddgrave
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nah man thanks for your help, do you recommend running until i can't run anymore, or just slowly increase my distance from slightly below my max?
#55 to #53 - gymexplain
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I would alternate between Pushing yourself to failure and just having a really good run as it puts a lot of strain on your muscles if you train to failure repeatedly and can cause problems, also it goes without saying but make sure to always do some warm up stretches before running and before any form of training, and don't over-exert yourself. The most important thing with weight training is your form, and the least complicated way I can put it is;

Strong, fluid motions, no wobbling around as that is dangerous. When pushing/pulling weight you need to do the initial pull/push in one powerful motion, and then slowly let the weight go back to resting point, slowly. don' just release it and let it drag you, control it.

Also always try to keep tension in the muscle you are training, Squeeze it as you work it to get best results.

Remember, the pain means that it's working, it's not a sign to stop, it's a sign to start, your mind will give in 100 times before your body will, it's stronger than your mentality.
But don't kill yourself, you're not He-man....yet.
User avatar #17 to #16 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Except the sun set long ago and we are literally in the history books alongside Greece, Rome and many, many, other fallen empires. Were just another page in a thick book. Just because were still here doesn't mean we are still the same.
User avatar #206 to #17 - hermaeousmora
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Literally speaking, the sun still hasn't set on the British Empire, and won't for over a thousand years. Figuratively speaking, yes, the glory days of the UK are over.
User avatar #265 to #206 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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If you are refering to the "Thousand" years XKCD stated in their little comic thing then its only a formality. The sun doesn't literally set on our territories. We're still not a ******* Empire! Don't you get this!? We. Are not. An Empire.

#25 to #17 - seymion
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No it didn't the brits have some **** islands somewhere in the pacific and indian ocean the sun hasn't set yet.
User avatar #81 to #17 - skroll
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Tbf we were still instrumental in the planning and coordination of the Big Three in WW2, and without us the war would have been a whole lot more hard, as France would have fallen faster, and Germany would have continued to rek everyone until 3rd Dec 1941, which is when they actually joined the war... so 2 years passed where without our intervention Europe would have been a whole lot more shrekt
User avatar #93 to #81 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Dude, if the British didn't join the war the Nazis would have invaded, we had no choice. Anyway, how long do you think France took to fall? It took weeks, WEEKS, regardless of British intervention. Face it, at the start of the war we were useless.
User avatar #112 to #93 - skroll
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It may have only taken weeks, but we took them tea and ****. God save the queen
#18 to #17 - gymexplain
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We're still badass
And ours was most recent
User avatar #19 to #18 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Just because were the most recent doesn't mean ****. Whats in the past is gone, no matter how recent. This is what I hate about my country. All you patriotic idiots who care more about an empire that fell before you were born rather than making Britain great again. This is why were NOT badass, we harp on our past too much. We need to look forward and concentrate on the future, not rely on our past achievements.
User avatar #39 to #19 - charagrin
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This is what amuses me about British and American sentiments. The British always talk about the glory of their once mighty empire, while railing against America for trying to make one themselves.
User avatar #95 to #39 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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To be fair though, we made an Empire in a different time. Activly trying to make an Empire today is frowned upon for obvious reasons. You shouldn't take a 300-400 year old example as a free pass to try and make one today.
#20 to #19 - gymexplain
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Maybe you need to use "We're" correctly, IT'S PEOPLE LIKE YOU THAT TARNISH OUR EXCELLENT STANDARDS OF GRAMMAR AND SPELLING. Seriously dude, i can be ************* patriotic if I want, rather than sat there like "Well I Guess owning half the world is okay, but we need to improve our economy so the rich can be richer. also you said "my country" it's not your country, it's our country. maybe you're the problem?
User avatar #22 to #20 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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Wow; "I Guess owning half the world is okay, but we need to improve our economy so the rich can be richer." Look around dude, Does Wales, Scotland, England and N. Ireland look like the world? We never owned half the world for a start, it was more like a quarter, and we haven't owned that since the ******* 50's. You weren't even born yet! ****, I'd hazard to say you weren't even born in the same ******* century you are so childish.

The rich don't gt richer either. If you didn't notice, we have one of the biggest socialist states in the world. More money means better schooling, healthcare, infrastructure and much more. The rich wouldn't get richer, the people would gain a better quality of life.

I'm not the problem either. I'm looking forward. I look to better my country now. I wan't my children, your children to grow up in a thriving country. A country where the NHS can afford a bed for every sick person, when the school system isn't the biggest ******* joke this side of France. People like you keep this country back. You stick your head in the clouds, dreaming of a bygone age. Do you think happy thoughts and fairy tales are going to improve this country? No, there not.

Also, one ******* grammatical mistake? ******* pathetic dude. If you want to start that, lets ******* do it:

-You needed a fulstop after "correctly" in the first sentence.
-Between "It's" and "country" was just one large run on sencence.
-"Well I Guess" used two too many capital letters, i'll let you figure out which two were incorrect.
-Finally, "maybe" in the last sentence was in lower case. Come on man, thats primary school mistakes.
#24 to #22 - gymexplain
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Well, i want YOUR children to live healthy, successful and fulfilling lives too! so there!
#23 to #22 - gymexplain
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wan't?
they're*
I serve in the Royal Marines, i like to think I help this company and if i can't be proud of our country's military heritage and prestige then who can?
#8 - deviousluchador
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**deviousluchador rolled image** mfw no quickscope.
#87 - RayIII
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#99 to #87 - malcolmcz
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fire already !
fire already !
#11 - solitaryweasel
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Commence swelling with pride
User avatar #46 to #11 - drldrl
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Isn't it always Brits that say America is **** for going to the middle east?
#15 to #11 - gymexplain
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I feels it, Brother
#208 to #11 - touchmyfunny
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you killed all six with a bullet? Or... why are you so proud? Serious question, I never understood why people are proud of other peoples "achievements".

thanks for your red thumbs in advance, i know questioning someones pride of funnyjunk is the worst for you guys. However I just find it interesting, hope someone can explain it to me.
#220 to #208 - anon id: be701ce7
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Because that's the definition of pride you spastic. You can be proud of yourself and/or others.
#214 to #208 - solitaryweasel
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#217 to #214 - touchmyfunny
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"insignificant casualties" well wished that was true...
That was funny but unfortunately not solving the question for me. I will never get it but that k
User avatar #222 to #217 - solitaryweasel
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The pride thing is mostly just for laughs, like talking **** to an opposite team at sports.
I hope people don't really take it seriously, because I agree with you that you shouldn't really be proud of things you didn't do.
#239 to #222 - touchmyfunny
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On this site i realised that many people are very sensitive about their national pride. The achievements (moonlanding, winning wars, having bad-ass something...) have been accomplished by people who happen to share the same nationality. And yet some of them who just play video games etc brag about these achievements, compare it to other nationalities and use it as a justification for "why we(me included) are better than you, from whichever other country you are). I thought it's a joke but on funnyjunk it's a big thing.

And also: that are the same people who desperately try to justify everything that their country messed up (for example war-crimes). They feel personaly offended if someone criticize an action or a social issue that just happens to be/was in their country. I think they feel offended because they take their pride from something that they can't control. You usually can't control your neighbours or governments actions, so why feeling offended or guilty? Because they only have the pride that they take from their nationality. That's only my view and experiance here.
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User avatar #34 to #32 - greatgranpapy
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Not British, just thought it was relevant
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#108 - tittystargalactica
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Pic related: After the patrol that day.

Pic related: After the patrol EVERY day.

Pic related: During the patrol.
#110 to #108 - anon id: f2a3e5b0
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That doesn't look like a tobbacco piple.
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User avatar #223 to #108 - tanukicana
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I know this is really unlikely, but don't suppose you have a source on that pic? I could swear I went to school with the guy on the left.

Either that or he just looks very very similar!
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User avatar #85 to #80 - fuckscreennames
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i actually just had the announcer's voice pop into my head and say the callout. maybe i've played a little too much halo





nah
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Given how much I played, i can say the same. But no such thing as too much Halo 3.
#219 to #96 - sixpoundsofjerky
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There's no such thing as too much Halo, man. I've played religiously since 3, logging hundreds of hours and over 65,000 combined kills, as well as reading all the books and such. That franchise is the ****.
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Was up until Reach messed with the story, and then 4 just mouth ****** it.
#275 to #274 - sixpoundsofjerky
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I didn't like the changes to the gameplay in 4, but I really don't grasp why everyone ***** on it. As for Reach miffing with the story, well, Bungie opted to do a prequel and had to change some things around for the sake of the game (which I don't agree with, but I don't work there.) If I may ask, though, what is it that is SO awful about the fourth?
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Well, having pretty much personally boycotted playing it myself, for the story ******* and how they made the multiplayer "Call of Duty Future Warfare" I went and watched the cutscenes at least. The entire thing about "Oh the ancient humans had technology as advanced as the Forerunners and were in a war with them after the Flood attacked them." is a copout, worse than that it's completely out of the blue. Where the hell are the shipyard remnants? Where's all the ancient tech on Earth? Where is the actual EVIDENCE for this? The thing about the Diadact experimenting on humans is fine, in Origins(From Halo Legends) it explains that the Forerunners saved a few hundred to a thousand of each species, so yes I'm sure someone went mad scientist and ****** with genetic codes, it'd explain why Humans can activate the Halos. But the ancient human ******** is just too far with so little evidence I can't stand it.

And Reach ****** it because it says Cortana is partly Forerunner AI, and wasn't on the Pillar which would've been in orbit waiting for Chief/Linda to return from enacting Cole Protocol on an Orbital Platform.
#278 to #276 - sixpoundsofjerky
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To be clear, I mean I disagree with those choices (shortcomings) on part of the developers, I'm not saying I disagree with you.
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Like I said, I grasp Reach's shortcomings, and disagree with them. That said, supposedly that was a purposefully removed fragment of Cortana, and is considered the explanation for why she can seamlessly integrate in Forerunner tech.

On the ancient human side of it, that's a pretty fair viewpoint. They'd somewhat teased at these things in the franchise previously, but it was never looked into. When Bungie turned it over to 343, they also handed over their ideas on the whole 'Ancient Humans' thing, and 343 turned around and had the 'Forerunner Trilogy' of novels put out, which explain that all in much greater depth, shortly before the release of 4. The downside is that it all seemed very random when it's mentioned in 4. I can tolerate the change, but only because I'm so heavily invested into the franchise as it is.

You know what REALLY pisses me off, though? The Spartan IVs. They're cheap knock-offs, but they're trying to centralize the story around them, and that bothers me, because it'll ultimately either **** the lore all up if they're made out to ultimately be on par with the IIs, or it'll hold back the gameplay/story if the refuse to create notable gaps on the side of the Chief (which would be pretty damn stupid, where they're trying to show off the whole 'He's a superhuman badass' thing more) so there's no divide between multiplayer modes and the campaign.
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Unfathomable pride.