This article originated on the original FileFront
Formatting may be lacking as a result. We apologize for this inconvenience. If this article is un-readable please report it so that we may fix it.
| What I hate the most about the word ''noob''... |
|THE IDIOT WHO TYPES ''NOOB'' IN CAPS AGAIN AND AGAIN .||46% (75)|
|Playing with a noob .||21.4% (35)|
|The word itself .||20.8% (34)|
|Being called a noob .||11.6% (19)|
|Start: 05-31-2008 06:27|
|Last: 06-07-2008 01:30|
|#1 - Posted by: ikooldragon (Member) on 05-31-2008 at 09:47|
I hate when people keep saying noob over and over agian... The sad thing is the people who get own when I play all type of games are the real noobs.. Heck, they can't get any more annoying.
|#2 - Posted by: kattfire (Member) on 05-31-2008 at 12:15|
What I hate most about it is the pricks and assholes and sore-losers that use the term. Seriously, lets try to stick to words in the dictionary, eh? But, then there are those people that really are " noobs." Not newbies (That's a term that I can accept, along with newb, but we could just said Rookie.), but rather the moronic people that like to shoot anyone and everyone in a Team Match.
|#3 - Posted by: TiberiousKirk (Member) on 06-02-2008 at 12:49|
I hate being called a noob. afterall doesnt everyone start out as new. And it is not true that just because someone plays poorly that they are noobs; they just might be having a bad day, or hard luck.
|#4 - Posted by: Angrybob (Member) on 06-02-2008 at 13:16|
I have too many bad days, lol. I can go on like four straight killing sprees, and come in first place in one map, and then have like fifteen deaths and twelve kills the next, lol
I said "THE IDIOT WHO TYPES ''NOOB'' IN CAPS AGAIN AND AGAIN ."
BTW: I'm not actually that bad, I just felt like saying something random.
|#5 - Posted by: DvdGiessen (Member) on 06-04-2008 at 08:12|
Hey, is there no 'I am a noob' choice? :p
Chose Playing with a noob. Newbie's are fine, but noobs are annoying.
Anyone starts as a newbie, but the differance between an newbie and an noob may be clear. From Wikipedia:
"Newbie and the alternate spellings are often used for one of two different meanings. Newbie is usually used to refer to a new person who has recently joined the group or board, and is a rank default on InvisionFree forums. Several alternate spellings and occasionally the original word, are used to refer to a member who is generally unwanted or disliked in the community, and is often used as part of Trolling or Flaming."
|#6 - Posted by: Angrybob (Member) on 06-04-2008 at 15:56|
I like the Wikipedia definition. lol
|#7 - Posted by: Frieden (Member) on 06-04-2008 at 18:51|
I remember when it used to be 'newbie'
There are no comments yet. Be the first!