Just What Gaming Needed: A Trash Talk Generator

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bill-swift - January 16, 2016

Everyone knows rule one of the Internet: People are assholes. The anonymity of hiding behind user names has bred a whole generation of ‘keyboard warriors,' trolls and other such douchebaggery.

Online gaming, in particular, is infested with both. As anyone who's played online will know, randoms are often ballachingly bad to play with. They either suck at the game, care more about their K/Ds than going for the objective, are cretinous sweary pre-teens, rap along with Eminem down their mics the whole match, or all four at the same time.

For these guys (both for their use and to use against them), the world needed a powerful weapon. It's arrived, Ego-gents. Feast your eyes on the Shittalk Generator.

This handy tool lets you select from a range of pre-set burns, to auto-apply to your fellow players when and where necessary. They are all submitted by users, and the top rated insults can be used in Team Fortress 2, Counter Strike: Global Offensive and other Source Engine games. People have contributed some pretty great ones too, such as:

Don't worry guys, I'm a garbage collector. I'm used to carrying trash.

I'm jealous of people that don't know you.

Team Fortress 2 is also free-to-uninstall.

Judging by some of my experiences with players on Xbox Live and PSN, nobody really needs any help in this department. Still, it saves a little effort when you don't have to manually type insults at your fellow player. This is 2016, grandpa, nobody has time for that sort of BS any more.

For more on how the Shittalk Generator works, hit the official site

Via Kotaku

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