I'm the guy everyone wants on their team. I run killstreaks that help my team (In Black Ops, I always use Spy Plane - Counter - Blackbird), and I shoot everything down. If I'm out of rockets, I throw a grenade at my feet, respawn, and shoot that Chopper Gunner down.
With regards to that picture in the OP though, I'm almost completely Neutral. Well, that is until the other team trash talks after a crushing defeat (Playing CTF with a full party is basically easy mode). Then I'll just ask "U mad?"
My father drank heavily while he was still married to my mom. He was belligerent, but not really "abusive"; he hit us maybe a total of 5 times, if that, and I know that seems bad, but it could have been a lot worse.They divorced and he's been clean ever since, which has been about 12 years. He's pretty cool now. No big deal.
Alright, Relationship Thread. You've probably heard this situation thousands of times, but please bear with me. This girl and I have been good friends pretty much since elementary school(We just graduated high school this year). I'm absolutely crazy about her. Sometime in the eighth grade, I finally manned up and asked her out, but that relationship failed within a week, as I was way too shy to actually hang out with her outside of school. We lost contact immediately after.
Midway through the next school year, we start talking again. I felt that, since she had put that previous mishap behind, I should go and tell her how I feel about her. I'm about 95% sure that I went about it the wrong way, as I told her in a text message. She didn't answer the text message, and we stopped talking. Again.
For the past couple years, after be became friends again, I've sat on the sidelines, watching her(in the least creepiest way) go through numerous break-ups. I'm always there for her. When she asks for input, I give it honestly. If she needs a shoulder to cry on, I provide it. I'm too afraid to make a move , or reveal my true feelings, as I don't want to lose contact with her again. I feel that us being friends is fantastic, but if we could become more than that, it would be even better.
As far as her guy friends go, I was in second place, but since most people are going off to college(her and I are attending a local school before transferring to a bigger institution), the number one guy is leaving. Now, she already told me, while searching for seats at the movies "Oh. Sit by me. You're the new [him]", but I don't know if that's a good thing or not.
I'm fairly certain she actually has interest in me this time, but I don't really know. We hang out often, and a few days ago, she even invited herself over to my house to play some Call of Duty. While hanging at a friends house, she was pressed close against me while watching tv, but that was probably due to the fact that 4 of us were sitting on a small couch. I'm hoping it wasn't.
Should I just throw caution to the wind, and drive to her house and tell her how I feel(she lives in my neighborhood), or should I just keep waiting?
I count the stairs, as someone mentioned earlier, and I also count the number of steps it takes to get from the kitchen to my room/my room to the bathroom/etc. Also, I find it very difficult to fall asleep if I'm not at my own house, in my own bed.
Oh, and I fall victim to the Photic Sneeze Reflex. A lot.
In my opinion, women don't need to be funny to gain social acceptance. They have boobs. I, on the other hand, heavily rely on making my friends laugh just to fit in. I'm not saying women aren't funny(my best girl friend is one of the funniest people I know, and she doesn't even have to try), I just feel that humor isn't nearly as important to women as it is to men.
My voice is pretty deep for my age. I've had people guess that I was at least 5 years older than I actually am, just by hearing my voice. However, I'm very soft-spoken, so I have to repeat myself often, as some people can barely hear me.
All-in-all, when I record my voice(for various reasons), I enjoy it.
Not really. You can definitely hear the Pantera influence in some songs, which would have a little bit of a Southern groove going on. So, I get what you're saying, but I don't necessarily agree
Yes. Some riffs in God Hates Us just scream Pantera. And I love the groove, so I'm not going to complain about it. Maybe it's just me, but I like A7X because they're different than most bands in this aspect; They know how to keep a groove and to get people headbanging.