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By  HowieDoIt  |  21

If he gets accepted to Yale, burn his letter! What could go wrong?

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By  Freethaawave  |  19

He was on fire and you interrupted! What do you expect!?

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  HowieDoIt  |  21

WoW, I don't know what you're talking about.

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  ApollosMyth  |  22

I'm assuming they changed the FML? Maybe I'm daft but I'm not getting your comment. >.

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  toughchick14  |  15

WTF?!?!? Does anyone get what this person is saying?

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  ApollosMyth  |  22

33, I took it in the literal sense that he was on "fire". I guess it passed over my head that they meant in the game..

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  waffule365  |  16

2 WoW fml's in two days crazy.

By  HowieDoIt  |  21

If he gets accepted to Yale, burn his letter! What could go wrong?

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  Llamacod  |  11

I highly doubt that a 24 year old from Sweden would have recently been accepted into Yale. Arguments are thus invalid.

By  mock17  |  5

Why would you interrupt him

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  zandalee  |  19

Maybe she was trying to tell him about the tragedy that happened in Boston. For the love of God! He was just playing a game... My sincere sympathies for all of the victims ... Am so sad to watch this unfold. :(

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  IAmJad  |  18

I don't know why I got downvoted. I'll be doing laundry and the second I walk into my brothers room and he concedes a goal in FIFA I'll get a controller hurled at my head.

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  Kazenoe  |  24

If it was over something super trivial while he was about to get a world first Lei Shen hc kill... Then I'd understand. Still, why underwear? o.O personally I'd go for hair dye in shampoo

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  Airman1988  |  9

I have to say if I was pissed at my sister and was gonna burn her clothing, underwear wouldn't be my first choice. Then again I don't fancy handling my sister's underwear at all.

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  gracehi  |  31

My guess is that he was angry enough to inconvenience her by destroying things she needs, but not angry enough to destroy things that were particularly important to her or that couldn't be easily replaced. Unless they were really expensive lacy Victoria's Secret type underwear, in which case he unleashed the furies of Hell upon her wardrobe.

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  spazz666  |  18

I'm wondering where someone who plays WoW so excessively that they get upset when they're interrupted finds the time to get offline and burn ALL their sibling's underwear. I suppose throwing her in the fire would be much faster, right? .. And less awkward

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  Julianne_sings  |  10

#54, I'm guessing that her parents were pissed as well! I can't imagine that anyone would be proud of that incident, thus the sarcasm! My brother is 14 and my parents would be beyond pissed if he did that. I can only imagine what OP's parents thought about their 25 year old behaving in that way.

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  spazz666  |  18

...turning off the game is the 2nd worst thing in gaming. Hey, maybe she interrupted while his guild was fighting a boss and they all died because of her. I don't know, I'm trying to justify this here but it's not working so well.

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  ekb777  |  13

Just a game?? You know nothing of the world

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  olpally  |  32

I do, I used to be a hardcore gamer, then I grew up. He's 25 ffs. I'm 26, he needs to control his emotions playing a game like that. That's just uncalled for.

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  Okapi_fml  |  12

How is it pathetic? Many games nowadays are great stress relievers, have beautiful visuals, and plots and characters more in depth and intricate than most popular modern literature? I'm confused, by hardcore gamer do you mean you were unnecessarily aggressive and emotional when it came to games and then "grew up" up and learned to take it easy? Or that you played a lot of games and "grew up" and abandoned that hobby? Either way, I think the only thing that grew was your ego. Being a gamer isn't pathetic, acting like OP's brother is.

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  olpally  |  32

Yes I used to be like op's brother, but I wouldn't destroy my sisters stuff if they unplugged a game on me. Trust me, I have no ego. I still do play video games, just not as much. Her brother needs to learn that his behavior is completely out of line though.

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