GamerForca's forum posts

#1 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

I'm not. I've read the book 3 times, but the movies suck ass. It's not The Hobbit; more like a bunch of random action scenes with a little bit of Hobbit thrown in.

#2 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

@thegerg said:

@The_Last_Ride: What kind of fucked up army trains you to kill only if you're shot at?

That's pretty typical if you're on a peacekeeping mission, actually. Not sure if that was his situation or not.

#3 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

Gurley out for the season with an ACL tear. It's heartbreaking that his last season at Georgia ends like this.

#4 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

She sounds like a cunt. My advice would be to either ask her out and if she rejects you then stay away from her. She sounds psycho.

#5 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

@-Blasphemy-: Ok, well, they might suspect that you're a virgin. But everything I said still stands. Don't even mention it unless they bring it up.

#6 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

No, don't tell them. Honestly, I don't see any reason why it would even be brought up in conversation, so it shouldn't be an issue. If you're 25+, those girls probably haven't been virgins for several years (at the very least..), and they'd almost certainly assume the same of you (unless you're just THAT socially awkward). As long as it's not brought up, don't say anything about it. If it is brought up, then it comes down to the situation. If you're just in it for the sex and don't really want a relationship with the girl, then lie and just do it. Even if you suck, who cares, you won't be seeing her anymore anyway. If you want to go further with the girl, then you'll have to tell the truth. If she actually likes you, she'll be fine with it (she might be a bit surprised, but she'll still want to be with you). If she breaks things off with you, then she's not worth your time anyway.

Btw, there are plenty of experienced guys out there who suck at sex. Any girl who's sexually active would tell you that. As long as you don't utterly lack confidence in the sack (and don't blow up just by touching her), you can probably pass yourself off as inexperienced instead of a virgin.

#7 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

There are two that jump to mind for me. The first one was the typical lazy piece of crap. Never had a job; all of his money was from loans or his parents. Ok, I wouldn't necessarily have a problem with that, but holy crap, he wouldn't stop eating my food (he was a 320 lb lard and did nothing but eat) and then tried to make me out to be the bad guy every time I confronted him about it. "B-but I don't have any money, and you have so much, I'm gonna starve, please just let me have a little bit, I don't wanna go hungry tonight." The dude spent like $100 of his parents money every week on fast food, and then had nothing left by the end of the week, and I'm supposed to help him out, wtf? He could've gone a month without food and not starved. And he piled up the fast food garbage all over the place, in his room, the bathroom, the living space, the kitchen, on the freaking washing machine... I still have pictures of it, I believe. Our bathroom was full of his ice cream tubs, despite me cleaning it every week.

The second one was the really annoying gamer type. Maybe I'm the weird one, but as much as I love gaming, I don't scream at the tv the entire time I play. This roommate would turn up the volume absurdly high and just RAGE. He'd wake me up at 4 am, I'd tell him to turn it down, he would, but he'd still continue to wake me up with his screaming again and again. And then it would happen the next night. And the night after that. And then the one after that. For a whole semester. He didn't study; all he did was game. Noon to 5 am every day. Constant screaming about the game cheating him, and how EA hates his account and is hacking it to make sure he loses. I think I spent most of that semester at a friend's apartment, and at the university library.

#8 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

wot

#9 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

The Malazan Book of the Fallen puts the "epic" in epic fantasy. It'll take you forever to read, and it's very difficult to follow, but with the last couple of disappointments in ASoIaF, it's my favorite fantasy series overall.

#10 Posted by GamerForca (7095 posts) -

The receivers were throwing the blocks well before the catch, so I'm leaning toward it being the right call, but it's close, really coulda gone either way.