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#489335 - Your parents were very observant. First rule of bulgarian tour…  [+] (5 replies) 14 hours ago on Hating - file complaints,... 0
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#489337 - TheseChocodiles (14 hours ago) [-]
I noticed the dickhead things, I was like 10 and there were these german boys who constantly tried to annoy me, the germans who were there in general were p rude.
then we met this english family and the daughter was 15 and was going to go into the army because she was messing about too much at home and then one night her mum got drunk and took her top off
but i remember the bulgarian people being nice, although that was maybe cause i was a kid and people are nice to kids
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#489338 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
It depends on the definition of "nice". We're kind of similar to brits in a way. There's a lot of banter and insults, but it's not mean-spirited. Greek, german and french tourists tend to see it as rude as hell. Russian, romanian and british ones see it as being friendly. Which can sometimes be a bit of an issue, because they get TOO friendly with the locals and if they're not used to hard alcohol, end up getting absurdly wasted and doing something stupid. We usually get a couple of deaths every year, because of tourists who got too drunk and jumped off a balcony into the pool or some shit. And a whoooooooooole lot of injuries, because a lot of people forget they're not in west europe anymore. If you try to pick a fight here, you WILL get a fight. And and a concussion.
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#489347 - TheseChocodiles (13 hours ago) [-]
id have to ask my family again because irish people are generally a more friendly people than the english, they may have noticed more than me, cause i go to england notice people arent just as friendly
but at the end of the day i can completely understand why where we were, the locals wouldnt be bothered with tourists because im sure they meet some proper wankers and just be cant be bothered
yes i can believe the fighting thing, its so prevalent in touristy areas like that
if me and my friends were ever being loud or obnoxious when we were travelling we'd suddenly go "oh god we are being brits abroad right now" and quickly stop ourselves, nobody wants to embody the brits abroad stereotype
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#489349 - thechosentroll (13 hours ago) [-]
As long as you're not a fat, loud, balding man with a bad tan, who's sweating like someone's going through his internet history, you probably don't embody the stereotype for a british tourist we have.

At least that's how I tell tourists apart when I can't quite understand what language they're speaking because they're either drunk or have a thick accent - if they're sweating, they're british, if they're wearing dumb shorts they're german, if they're speaking softly, they're russian, if they're speaking softly and smell bad they're french, if they're loud and friendly they're italian, if they're loud and rude, they're romanian. If they're still sober, because they refuse to buy any booze, they're either greek or armenian.

I'm mostly perplexed by the french thing. For some reason, they always have this musk of garlic and bad BO. Like gypsies, but even worse, cause I'm not used to it. I've met people like that with that at beaches. People who just got out of the fucking water and somehow smell. That shit shouldn't even be anatomically possible.
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#489355 - TheseChocodiles (13 hours ago) [-]
lmao
actually my first experience with a group of italians wasnt very good
it was a group of boys who kept trying to get me and my friends to say dirty shit in italian, we got bored so we started taking the piss out of them, then it got weirdly heated and they started saying they were going to tell the bouncer to not let us in cause we were bitches (we were waiting to get into a club) so we were worried because it was 4am and if we got turned down we would have to go home cause nothing else was happening, the italian boys were infront of us and as soon as they reached the front they were turned away and the bouncer looked at us and said "i speak italian, i heard everything, we dont need sleezes like that in our club" and we turned round to the italian boys and just smiled and waved at them while they stood there clearly so pissed off
it was actually very satisfying
also the french thing im not sure i can say ive thought the same lmao
#77 - And I have 520 thousand, if we're having a dick measuring cont…  [+] (9 replies) 15 hours ago on Nate Silver and the... 0
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#79 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
And? I've already commented to that point. You restating it doesn't magically make me impressed by it.
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#82 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
Gonna be honest, you're kind of confusing me right now. Why would I care if you're impressed or not? I'm just elaborating on what I said, because it seemed you thought it was more serious than it is. Cause it's not serious at all. Very little I say is. A telltale sign is whether or not someone notices my name. Whenever I'm just dicking around and randomly commending or fucking with people, no one every brings it up. Whenever I'm being serious and trying to actually discuss something, the person instantly goes "AHA! You have "troll" in your name. That means you're trolling and I can disregard everything you said and shove my head back up my ass.". Happens so much I started counting. 95 times so far, about 1.5-2 times a week. But, it didn't happen this time, which is a pretty good indication that I'm not serious.
#84 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
Because I already understood the point you were trying to make? And there was no reason to assume I didn't understand that point?
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#85 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
We're on the internet. Even moreso, on FJ. It's always safe to assume the other person didn't get the point.
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#86 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
K
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#87 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
Yes, potassium is an important part of a balanced diet.
#88 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
Is this the part where your username comes into effect so you can claim you were trolling the whole time to get out of having made yourself look like an idiot?
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#89 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
No, it's just my standard response to anyone who says "k". I literally say the same thing every time.
#90 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
#489331 - Yes, more commonly known as "that place with the gypsies.…  [+] (7 replies) 15 hours ago on Hating - file complaints,... 0
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#489332 - TheseChocodiles (14 hours ago) [-]
I went to sunny beach with my family p much just before it became the big party place for young people, I was young but my parents said they wouldn't go back cause they don't like how prominent the mafia is in Bulgaria?
my main memory from bulgaria is a prostitute not leaving my brother alone and I found it very funny at the time cause he was awfully uncomfortable
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#489335 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
Your parents were very observant. First rule of bulgarian tourism: Never, ever, ever, ever, for the love of god, EVER go to the seaside. EVER. Even fucking locals don't go unless it's to some random tiny beach near a city no one's ever heard of. There was this "thing" a couple of decades ago where criminals and politicians (technically the same, but different flavors) were exploiting a loophole in building laws to basically buy every good beach in the country for a pittance and build absurdly expensive resorts on the land. I'm not sure if we have a single corrupt politician who doesn't own a beach-side hotel. Even the tour guides point out which hotels belong to who.

Anyway, since they owned all the hotels, it was in their interest to market the seaside as the go-to place for tourism and the greatest thing in the fucking country. Which lead to a lot of tourists coming here. However, since it's a cheap destination, we rarely get the good kind, we get the working class tourists, who do nothing but drink, fight and be massive dicks. Sort like what we do, but we have the courtesy to at least not throw our trash in the street or let our kids destroy everything. So, it made the place a bit trashy and where there's trash there's gypsies. And when there's gypsies there is an absurd amount of stealing and prostitution. Between getting off the plane at the Varna airport and getting to the cabs outside you're probably going to be pickpocketed twice. By the end of the week, you'll be skinned alive by pickpockets, tour guides and street vendors. Stay for two weeks and you may not even get back, because someone stole your ID, your money, your bags and your kidney.

In short, it's a shithole. Which is a damn shame, because our other tourist destinations are awesome. We've got historic stuff out the ass, pretty good ski resorts and pretty much everything in the mountains is great, because there's few massive complexes, it's just little family-owned hotels, inns and vacation camps. There's some fucking AMAZING nature and sights out there, but nooooooooooooo, everyone wants to go to the damn seaside and have to beat a romanian tourist to death just to take their spot on the beach and get skin cancer for 12 hours while a gypsy makes off with all their stuff.

But, yeah, you got the fairly standard seaside experience. Sunny beach is in the area where it's the absolute worst.
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#489337 - TheseChocodiles (14 hours ago) [-]
I noticed the dickhead things, I was like 10 and there were these german boys who constantly tried to annoy me, the germans who were there in general were p rude.
then we met this english family and the daughter was 15 and was going to go into the army because she was messing about too much at home and then one night her mum got drunk and took her top off
but i remember the bulgarian people being nice, although that was maybe cause i was a kid and people are nice to kids
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#489338 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
It depends on the definition of "nice". We're kind of similar to brits in a way. There's a lot of banter and insults, but it's not mean-spirited. Greek, german and french tourists tend to see it as rude as hell. Russian, romanian and british ones see it as being friendly. Which can sometimes be a bit of an issue, because they get TOO friendly with the locals and if they're not used to hard alcohol, end up getting absurdly wasted and doing something stupid. We usually get a couple of deaths every year, because of tourists who got too drunk and jumped off a balcony into the pool or some shit. And a whoooooooooole lot of injuries, because a lot of people forget they're not in west europe anymore. If you try to pick a fight here, you WILL get a fight. And and a concussion.
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#489347 - TheseChocodiles (13 hours ago) [-]
id have to ask my family again because irish people are generally a more friendly people than the english, they may have noticed more than me, cause i go to england notice people arent just as friendly
but at the end of the day i can completely understand why where we were, the locals wouldnt be bothered with tourists because im sure they meet some proper wankers and just be cant be bothered
yes i can believe the fighting thing, its so prevalent in touristy areas like that
if me and my friends were ever being loud or obnoxious when we were travelling we'd suddenly go "oh god we are being brits abroad right now" and quickly stop ourselves, nobody wants to embody the brits abroad stereotype
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#489349 - thechosentroll (13 hours ago) [-]
As long as you're not a fat, loud, balding man with a bad tan, who's sweating like someone's going through his internet history, you probably don't embody the stereotype for a british tourist we have.

At least that's how I tell tourists apart when I can't quite understand what language they're speaking because they're either drunk or have a thick accent - if they're sweating, they're british, if they're wearing dumb shorts they're german, if they're speaking softly, they're russian, if they're speaking softly and smell bad they're french, if they're loud and friendly they're italian, if they're loud and rude, they're romanian. If they're still sober, because they refuse to buy any booze, they're either greek or armenian.

I'm mostly perplexed by the french thing. For some reason, they always have this musk of garlic and bad BO. Like gypsies, but even worse, cause I'm not used to it. I've met people like that with that at beaches. People who just got out of the fucking water and somehow smell. That shit shouldn't even be anatomically possible.
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#489355 - TheseChocodiles (13 hours ago) [-]
lmao
actually my first experience with a group of italians wasnt very good
it was a group of boys who kept trying to get me and my friends to say dirty shit in italian, we got bored so we started taking the piss out of them, then it got weirdly heated and they started saying they were going to tell the bouncer to not let us in cause we were bitches (we were waiting to get into a club) so we were worried because it was 4am and if we got turned down we would have to go home cause nothing else was happening, the italian boys were infront of us and as soon as they reached the front they were turned away and the bouncer looked at us and said "i speak italian, i heard everything, we dont need sleezes like that in our club" and we turned round to the italian boys and just smiled and waved at them while they stood there clearly so pissed off
it was actually very satisfying
also the french thing im not sure i can say ive thought the same lmao
#65 - That was subtle in the same way homeopathic drugs are drugs.  [+] (11 replies) 17 hours ago on Nate Silver and the... +1
#68 - lolollo (16 hours ago) [-]
Do you see me raging at everyone who's commenting on it, calling them a bunch of retards?

I have 90.5 thousand positive comment thumbs. I don't give a shit.

Maybe you ought to stop taking yourself so seriously.
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#77 - thechosentroll (15 hours ago) [-]
And I have 520 thousand, if we're having a dick measuring contest. And I'm not taking anything seriously, just pointing out how very, very, very unsubtle. MS paint comics are the dick jokes of funny responses. MS comics and subtlety are mutually exclusive.
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#79 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
And? I've already commented to that point. You restating it doesn't magically make me impressed by it.
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#82 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
Gonna be honest, you're kind of confusing me right now. Why would I care if you're impressed or not? I'm just elaborating on what I said, because it seemed you thought it was more serious than it is. Cause it's not serious at all. Very little I say is. A telltale sign is whether or not someone notices my name. Whenever I'm just dicking around and randomly commending or fucking with people, no one every brings it up. Whenever I'm being serious and trying to actually discuss something, the person instantly goes "AHA! You have "troll" in your name. That means you're trolling and I can disregard everything you said and shove my head back up my ass.". Happens so much I started counting. 95 times so far, about 1.5-2 times a week. But, it didn't happen this time, which is a pretty good indication that I'm not serious.
#84 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
Because I already understood the point you were trying to make? And there was no reason to assume I didn't understand that point?
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#85 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
We're on the internet. Even moreso, on FJ. It's always safe to assume the other person didn't get the point.
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#86 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
K
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#87 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
Yes, potassium is an important part of a balanced diet.
#88 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
Is this the part where your username comes into effect so you can claim you were trolling the whole time to get out of having made yourself look like an idiot?
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#89 - thechosentroll (14 hours ago) [-]
No, it's just my standard response to anyone who says "k". I literally say the same thing every time.
#90 - lolollo (14 hours ago) [-]
#95 - No, it just means he had a bunch of electricity going through …  [+] (2 replies) 17 hours ago on Electric Trump Sign Trap 0
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#96 - deathleprechaun (17 hours ago) [-]
That's electrified.
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#97 - thechosentroll (17 hours ago) [-]
I'm pretty sure most people don't even know that's a word.