seriously one is full self pitty, toxic filled, people. and the other has the same, but allows you to at least punch them in the face then tea bag their body.
@Killing instincts , I'm sure when social media became big there was a bigger spike in violent kids than when video games came out.
@Killing instincts , how do you teabag someone in FB? How do I learn this power?
@Killing instincts , Didn’t Walmart respond to the El Paso shooting by telling all the stores to hide the displays of violent video games? Leave the real guns on display, but for the love of god hide the video game ones!
I’m not saying they should have removed the guns, I’m just saying that hiding the video games was a dumb response.
I won't deny there was a time I was unhealthily addicted to Facebook.
Nowadays I really only use it to log into Tinder and keep up to date with events happening in my area. I hardly ever post anything anymore
@Sexy Homunculus, i just have it so I can log into my Instagram and funny pics because I totally don't remember my passwords and am too lazy to change them
@Sexy Homunculus, I did whatever I could to delete it as much as possible. I say it that way because I’m sure that it’s saved somewhere and can always be accessed. But it’s been about a year and I noticed that I’m way happier without it.
@Sexy Homunculus, this is my most used social internet outlet. At least until WoW Classic is released, although I expect that my time there will likely be short.
Video games are a form of venting ones frustrations and therefore reducing violent tendencies. Change my mind.
Clout is a hell of drug