#1 Posted by GrimReaperAlec (4 posts) -

I've learned not to block the entrance with my door while trying to escape the police.

#2 Posted by Nasos100 (727 posts) -

nothing

#3 Posted by Video_Game_King (35985 posts) -

Popularity leads to intimacy.

#4 Posted by ManU_Fan10ne (662 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

Popularity leads to intimacy.

This.

#5 Posted by Klei (1768 posts) -

I learned how to reload a gun.

How to kill someone with a knife.

How to hijack a car.

How to murder gods.

How to cook.

How to make love.

How to dance.

How to headshot fools in the nuts. Twice in a row.

#6 Posted by FritzDude (2253 posts) -

English words & sentences.

#7 Posted by dungbootle (2457 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

Popularity leads to intimacy.

#8 Edited by CosmicBatman (317 posts) -

If you do something really terrible, just distance yourself from the Police for a minute and everything will be okay.

@Video_Game_King said:

Popularity leads to intimacy.

Is this from Persona?

#9 Posted by Ubersmake (754 posts) -

That helicopters are the most dangerous form of transportation ever devised.

#10 Posted by krazy_kyle (716 posts) -

... That they're shite?

#11 Posted by Yummylee (21242 posts) -

Zimbabwe used to be called Rhodesia.

#12 Posted by Grillbar (1796 posts) -

i have learned that if things does not go my way just kill yourself and reload the checkpoint until you succeed

@Klei said:

How to headshot fools in the nuts. Twice in a row.

how does that work, are you laying on the ground shooting upward or is it pure ricochet, if so you are my new idol

#13 Posted by Virago (2486 posts) -

1, The cake is a lie

2. Never trust a female, especially if she's brunette with a deep voice

3. If anyone asks you to kindly do something, GTFO

4. Anyone named Mario IRL will never be taken seriously, especially if they have to reassure everyone that "it's me..."

5. You have no base. All of them belong to someone else.

#14 Posted by Guided_By_Tigers (8061 posts) -

In general, scope sights are better than iron sights.

#15 Posted by mrpandaman (864 posts) -

@Virago said:

1, The cake is a lie

2. Never trust a female, especially if she's brunette with a deep voice

3. If anyone asks you to kindly do something, GTFO

4. Anyone named Mario IRL will never be taken seriously, especially if they have to reassure everyone that "it's me..."

5. You have no base. All of them belong to someone else.

All these things.

But I actually did learn how to read a lot better playing FF7, I was 6 or 7 when my cousin got a Playstation and let me play FF7 when he wasn't home and was at high school. Man, did I not understand anything happening in the game, but I did help my cousin level up a lot.

#16 Edited by Klei (1768 posts) -

@Grillbar said:

i have learned that if things does not go my way just kill yourself and reload the checkpoint until you succeed

@Klei said:

How to headshot fools in the nuts. Twice in a row.

how does that work, are you laying on the ground shooting upward or is it pure ricochet, if so you are my new idol

Ricochet. I thought it was obvious.

#17 Posted by SlapHappyJesus (120 posts) -

To go into party mode when playing in a public match.

Damn you CS:GO! Don't you know the average person you find online really shouldn't be listened to?

#18 Posted by Sploder (917 posts) -

Pokemon taught me to read when I was little.

#19 Posted by mikethekilla (328 posts) -

Women are just a bunch of

#20 Posted by falserelic (5323 posts) -

I learned different ways to get away with murder, and look smooth doing it.

#21 Posted by thedj93 (1237 posts) -

How to listen to music cues to know what's coming next

#22 Posted by NTM (7264 posts) -

Eh, nothing specifically from the game, but some games have motivated me to look elsewhere for information. Let's take Assassin's Creed for example, the real life characters, some of them I didn't even know were real, if it weren't for playing AC, I wouldn't have known about these historical figures or what they had done. A game like Dead Space got me into science and science-fiction, so certain things I didn't know about the universe before I may still not know if I hadn't played Dead Space. Things like that I guess, but I can't really pin-point exactly what I game has taught me from the game itself.

#23 Edited by Irvandus (2818 posts) -

@Video_Game_King said:

Popularity leads to intimacy.

Seriously though Civilization got me interested in History when I was little.

#24 Edited by GunstarRed (5022 posts) -

Press RT to Burst.

#25 Posted by nerdsbeware (223 posts) -

@GunstarRed said:

Press RT to Burst.

Y to lock on.