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  • Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

    Ah, my venerable dancing armory and inside NS joke.... how many chuckles have they garnered over the years. I know not...

    What I do know is that NS is no longer a large part of my life at TG as I have moved on to other things. So, I leave it to you, the TG members, to answer my call:

    Should I move on and replace these pictures with something more towards my current interests? Or should I morbidly plod along with and old NS joke that's past it's prime?
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    Yes, replace both completely.
    23.81%
    5
    No, add new ones to them.
    0.00%
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    No, they are fine as they are.
    23.81%
    5
    I have no idea what your sig/avatar even means.
    52.38%
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    Re: Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

    It looks like a blender. lol :) What is it?

    [volun][drill]
    I'm cannon fodder.

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    • #3
      Re: Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

      Stop humping that armory and go kill that fade!!!!!
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      Too late, we lost the game!

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      • #4
        Re: Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

        For all you non-cool people who don't play NS, I'll give some background information.

        There's a device in Natural Selection called the Armory. It dispenses ammo whenever you walk up to it and press the "Use" key. Now, there is a prevalence of people who are determined to make sure they have full ammo anytime they spawn. This lead to a term known as "Armory Humping." One day, as our team was complaining about these humpers, I said (in a horribly done Russian accent) "In Soviet Russia, armory humps you!"

        And in that moment, an inside NS joke was born. The bobbing armory was something I did for grins. It also stems from the fact that I was one of the most vocal people when it came to bashing on armory humpers.

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        • #5
          Re: Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

          The Isley Brothers have already answered your question:

          It's your thing. Do what you wanna do.

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          • #6
            Re: Should I retire my Sig/Avatar?

            Fenix, did you vote "I have no idea what your sig/avatar even means"?

            Lmao!
            Dirt013



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