In honor of Halo Reach's release this week, Dorkly would like to take this time to recognize excellence in Halo viral videos. From in-game stunts, to pranks and gamer freakouts, Master Chief has provided the Internet with hours of quality entertainment. Without further ado, here's our tribute to the titans of teabagging.
People like this are the reason the mute function was invented. Well, them and racist, pre-pubescent rich kids. As annoying as he may be, you almost have to respect his dedication to the game. You know someone really wants to win if they're willing to waste their time and voice shouting directions at total strangers regardless of whether or not they're even listening. Not to mention the amount of money he has to spend to support his lifestyle. Xbox Live is about $45 a yearand that's not even including the cost of replacement microphones and throat lozenges.
You've gotten a double kill before, but did you bat a manned tank into an enemy space marine using only a hammer? Didn't think so. This guy is about as cool as an Xbox Live player can get. And as an Xbox Live player myself, I can safely say
.that the bar is actually set pretty low. Sigh.
It's a good thing that Halo Reach is finally out people are going to ridiculous lengths to entertain themselves in Halo 3. When you're spending hours drumming up elaborate ways to commit suicide, it's probably time to pack it up. That being said, without boredom we would have never had this brilliant Rube-Goldberg suicide machine. Let that be a lesson to you: If you're gonna kill yourself, be creative!
As far as insults on Xbox Live go, getting teabagged is like being called a n00b, getting booted from a room, and your girlfriend having sex with your worst enemy while he eats an entire 6 foot party hero that you paid for at the same time. If you think that's bad, just imagine what it's like to be teabagged by multiple players at the same time. Unfortunately for this guy, he doesn't have to. "I wish I could tell you that blue space marine fought the good fight, and the red space marines let him be. I wish I could tell you that but the galaxy is no fairy-tale world."