@hejklyscha: @development: I'm not used to people being wary of sport "spoilers". I honestly apologize if that is an issue.
And no need to call me a jerk thank you.
Are you new on the internet? Spoiling stuff is being a jerk. It's common sense.
Edit: Not only on the internet; in life.
Well the other guy certainly didn't have a hard time being less of a dick about it.
I'm sorry if I find the concept of "spoiling" live events as being a weird thing. I'm not a sports guy, so I don't really think about that shit. I watch UFC, watched a good one tonight, got excited by something pretty crazy, went here and posted about it without considering some people might not want to know.
Like I came here to spoil it on purpose. Fuck off.
I didn't say you came here to spoil it on purpose. Im saying you clearly don't know proper manners when it comes to things that can be spoiled. That means movie/game/book plots. Sporting events. You name it. This is not a new thing.
I want to like Patrick, I really do, but between the blatant self-obsession and complete disregard of other opinions he's making it nearly impossible to do so.
I mean, has anyone else noticed how often he presents his views as fact (no, as a matter of fact most people don't think that Episodes were even close to GTA IV) and calls other people "assholes" (so what if they talk of their love of JRPG's? You seem to think that you are entitled to express your opinion. More power to them). Not ground shaking examples, but it's the little things that add up.
Honestly, if there's one person I regularly follow, who symbolises the South Park smug, own-fart-sniffing San Franciscan, it has got to be Scoops.
And as for the torso? Gross, tacky and stupid, regardless of gender.