Discussion in 'Leaguegaming American Hockey League(LGAHL PSN)' started by Mugferd, Jan 14, 2020.
If you don’t meet him on rust, you’re a coward. No ACOG.
Not every french people are like this! I also got a question...
Why are english people generalize french people just because of that kind of messages?..
I could've show conversations I had with a lot of english people who chirp me because I won against them or because I kicked them out of my scouting discord and I didn't make a post for that...
The backhanded compliment, a proven tactic!
I generalize because 99 percent of people from Quebec who I have played with/against in this community are by far the most egotistical players. Not defending English speakers at all but the Quebec community in this game has the biggest ego bar none.
I don’t care what you guys think at all lol
Real conclusive evidence to comment on a whole community.
Okay man you do this on everyone’s forum post lol. You’re not inspector gadget Ludovic. I don’t have to give any evidence I know a large percentage of all the French players and they all act the same so stop trying to make it seem like I’m wrong. Just because you and a couple chl guys don’t act like this doesn’t mean the large majority doesn’t.
Thats just maxx being maxx. He's a known DDOS and cheater
I think it's a community problem not a QC problem. I feel like this is illusory correlation where people perceive a relationship between two variables when there simply isn't one. Someone being born within the territorial limits of Quebec doesn't magically make them more likely to be a dick on Chel. I feel like QCs being easily identifiable helps associative memory because it's easier to make a link between two QCs than it is between a guy from Oregon and one from Georgia. If the Oregon guy and the Georgia send you a hateful message, it's hard to make a link between them. They're just two guys who were dicks to you. If Maxx and I send you a hateful message, then you can easily remember because there's a clear similarity which helps you create a link. It's clear to see that here two messages from QCs creates a much stronger memory than one message from Oregon guy and one message from Georgia guy.
Try to give me a logical explanation as to why QCs would be more likely to be assholes. To be clear, the problem I have with your post is that you make a broad generalization based on your observations.
I think you should try to go to sleep at 4h AM instead of posting stupid things on a hockey forum and maybe starting having a life. You clearly don't know most frenchies here and you should start thinking about being a better person first.
QCs are just mad to be apart of Canada still so they take it out on the LG community OBVIOUSLY
Ahh on a un gagnant icitte! Tout part du referendum de 1995 les boys!
Hahaha I’m from ontario and I went to Montreal for a music festival years ago and they did not like me. I can’t really speak French well but I get the basics, but once they figured that out I was always last to be served for anything lol
It's funny coming from a toxic player. But hey, whatever makes you sleep at night boss
LMAO yea sure mello, as if Montreal isnt half english...
I dont know witch frenchies you play with and against, but you're judging a tiny sample of ppl and put every frenchies in the same boat..All the frenchies I play with are the opposite of what ur saying.. U cant juste say all qc ppl are jerks just because of 10-15 bichass... I could tell the same things about english ppl, the other day I was playing with some below average players, and a group of 6 english ppl trolled us after the game because they saw I was at 1175 cr. They created a circle and said we all suck and shit, and didnt stop reputing me in their cicle until I just blocked them.. Their club was Jurrassic puck. Do I put all english ppl in the same boat, NO I DONT. Because I know more nice ppl than these king of throll.
Yosh is nice QC
Lmao fuck I don’t know. I must have went to the half that was all French than LOL I couldn’t even buy smokes I had to send in the girls who spoke French
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