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01-22-2013, 11:03 AM
Join Date: Dec 2005
Originally Posted by
Pheasant the peasant
I love trying to imagine what a conversation like this would look like in real life, outside of the internet. Imagine just two people sitting on a couch after watching the game.
Person 1: I am worried about JVR.
Person 2: I am not worried.
Person 1: You don't look at the
! I am a
! You should change your opinion to be the same as mine! I never said anything about his overall worth. If he were playing incredible you would obviously be excited. Therefore, since human emotion is just like math, you have no choice other than to admit to being worried. If you were just a
who looked at the
! Are oh ehf elle! RAGEeee!
Person 2: *stunned silence*
That was a cute post and all...
but I'm simply pointing out that leaf fans would jump at the opportunity to express their excitement if a new player looked spectacular during his first two games.
So why is it so surprising that people are worried over a player that's looked invisible for his first two games as a leaf?
I'm sorry if these ideas are too 'complicated' for the dialogue typically spoken amongst you and your friends.
Maybe I can bring things down to you and your friends level.
Person 1 'jvr look bad'
Person 2 'jvr look good'
Person 1 'me no understand'
Person 2 'me want beer, you get'
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