IT DIDN'T TEACH YOU HOW TO SPELL LESSON THOUGH
God Aza, stop changing your sig every fucking minute.
BUT BUT I have to warn people about Squee in broken English D:
Never, you say?
Lessons videogames have taught me:
1. The two most important maneuvers for reaching high places are the rocketjump and the crouchjump, and the two can be used at the same time.
2. Shotguns are hand-held, room-clearing death machines capable of tearing all but the strongest of opponents a new asshole in seconds.
3. There is always a way to get that cube over there.
4. Hats are an essential piece of anyone's wardrobe.
5. Always work as a team.
6. BOOM HEADSHOT!!!
7. Scarfing a shitload of food very quickly will restore some of your health, and is a good move in combat when you have a few seconds. Sandwiches work well.
8. Walk it off. Even if a high-caliber sniper rifle round tears off your knees, you walk that the fuck off.
9. If you preform a menial task thousands of times, you'll be able to perform a far more advanced task in that same area of expertise easily.
10. When in doubt, blame the lag.
I don't know what to put here right now.
Video games taught me that anyone can be the best if they commit enough to playing.
If someone is better than you, it's likely because they have put a lot more time into it than you. So, you shouldn't feel so bad.