View Full Version : 20 ways to tell if your a noob on Xbox live

Luka Megurine
03-30-2009, 02:14 PM
1. When you think a non-playable character is a player
2. If you think you can talk to people when they mute you.
3. When you cant miss or not kill somebody you think they're using cheats
4. When playing a deathmatch, you think your on a team
5. You think you're amazing when you get the most kills.
6. You brag about a certain thing you have in the game
7. When you get kicked from a party you send messages to the person saying like *beep* you or you suck or you *beep*ing son of a *BEEEP*.
8. You think a person without a mic can talk.
9. When playing gears of war, you think you can latch gernades to the wall.
10. You think gamerscore does something.
11. You think you can play with other people when you have silver membership.
12. You think someone is your friend just by being on your team
13. You curse someone out when they kill you.
14. When you try to play a game with updates, you think you have the updates.
15. You think gamerscore is microsoft points.
16. You try to play a game you dont have.
17. When playing halo 3, you think hanabusa armor is better.
18. You say you pwned someone after you killed them.
19. You think Grand Theft Auto is a racing game
20. You think your the best player when you have a lot of gamerscore.

03-30-2009, 02:24 PM
That is so amazingly true! XD

03-30-2009, 02:31 PM
yea it is true
like number 18 for sure

shadow slayer x
03-30-2009, 06:00 PM
In reality...these things can be completely contradicted as just plain stupid things Gamers do...even Pro and even MLG will do things such as this...it's called natural stupidity...not that everyone is stupid...but that people do stupid things without knowing...now-a-days...anything you do people will call you a Noob for. Let me say something...the word "Noob" has completely lost it's meaning in Gaming language...

03-30-2009, 06:07 PM
all true except for 13

03-30-2009, 11:39 PM
I really.... I just don't see the point in this thread. I honestly don't.

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