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Should Teabagging in Games Put You In Prison?

Hello guys and gals, it’s me Mutahar again! This time we take a look at the reality of one of online gaming’s most devious activities. Is something as harmless as a slight show of disrespect in competition really worthy of being banned and is the action reflective of real life horrors? Absolutely not. Thanks for watching!
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  1. The only people that would get offended by something like tea-bagging are very likely not playing or watching that type of game. And even then the idea that something virtual (aka not reality) can make someone feel unsafe is ridiculous, especially when this isn't even in VR and far away on someone elses monitor.

  2. There's T-Bagging in Red Vs. Blue (aka: the definitive true timeline of the known multiverse.) [Not about to search through thousands of hours of footage… and the unseen footage. And that one weird full length film I saw whe<r/n>ever I was…]

  3. this server mod is acting as if hes trying to create a safespace but im prettysure he knws hes bullying at that point and its someting we are used to by ppl who got the kick and banhammer in their hands, its easy to mistake somebody like that for somebody who acctually wants to ceate a safespace these days sadly, but thats not what this is, im 99,999% sure

  4. As a gamer I want to be teabagged when I die, that's just table manners.

    If someone gets offended at table manners, they need to leave.

  5. It can definitely contribute to a toxic enviroment within a game if it's done with intent to be an asshole rather than just share a funny injoke but I don't think it's something that's just purely bad no matter what.

  6. my innocent mind and culture >> thought of this movement as (laughing), I didn't even know what the word tea-bagging is, had to google it …
    some people need to have a break for their mental health esp. those who can't separate between real life & virtual stuff

  7. getting teabaged in a game isn't even remotely related to being assaulted irl. its a harmless bit of trolling just the fact someone is getting this heated about a tea bag just means it worked, beautifully. You took the bait and by banning someone for it your over there trying to highroad people, with the hook still in your mouth XD. An act that deliberately harms someone physically outside of the context with which it happened is abhorrent awful behavior. Getting teabaged can be rage inducing, but the extent at which it harms someone is completely dependent on how upset THEY CHOOSE to get about it the only harm acts like these cause is the harm someone is willing to let it do to them. Freedom of speech and expression protect others for saying shitty things, and being shitty people. You don't like it, don't associate with those people or just get over it. waving around your imaginary power over other people just blows the situation out of proportion and makes you look like a clown. They single-handedly took this from being a one off troll like 3 people would remember in 2 weeks time to shoving this into the radar of thousands of people who almost unanimously see you as the Ass hole, not the dude who teabaged you. As a great large man with a nice beard once said, "you've played yourself"

  8. The stupid thing is…80% of the time players are already out and in their killfeed, so they're not even NOTICING that its happening. smh. What a chump.

  9. That guy should be fired, who itf decided that online tournaments weren't safe?
    Tournaments at my arcade sometimes ended with fist fights in the parking lot and no one got bagged irl.

  10. That's like caliber of having glock installed at your gaming setup and lets say it will shoot you automaticaly in the head when anyone from enemy team says "kys" in the chat

  11. StarCraft has some pretty strict rules on player behavior last I payed any attention to that scene. We also used to have a 'if you don't respect the other team, fake it' rule in one of my old PvP teams in some odd game. But in all of those examples, two – two examples, no one was getting instantly disqualified for a tap-tap. Good grief. Zero to Sixty in a button press.

  12. Honestly it makes sense to be "TBAGing" in Apex while looting cause you don't want to get headshot. its a tournament to so legit it makes even more sense, if you look at any top players they are 90% of time crouch spamming when looting.

  13. People are too serious about their "feelings", reason why I, a seasoned, real seasoned gamer, do not play online, I have no patience for snow flakes that are unable to take a joke or an offense without running to the shrink or the lawyer, useless little people. Play the game, have fun, be offended and grow up.

  14. Safe spaces can't be safe when nobody can handle anything at all, a safe space is when everyone is resilient to negativity so they can use negativity for positive things, a k.a it's a joke till it hurts someone but that doesn't mean stop it means do it another way

  15. Is it just me or does the contest guy talk exactly like artesian
    I swear I could have heard "sorry, not enough subscribers on twitch to win this tournament"

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