Russian players and the Euro-BitchFit
So as many of you may know, I had a huge bitch fit about Russian players and what I call the “Euro-Fit.” I’m going to explain the Russian Euro-Fit in description and get it in writing. This is the reason why Russians are annoying and think mother jokes are so harsh.
Before we proceed, and to quell the impending Euro > US dog shit at will flood this comment section: Europe’s competitive scene is better than the United States. Most US players are 15-25, dumb, and back-stabbing nerds. Go look at Demon’s boot from EG after being a one of the most loyal members. Look at Brax – the kid just graduated fucking high school. Who can take this shit seriously? No one. Europe players are more loyal and more mature.
First off, in Russia, insulting one’s mother is a huge no-no. So, they think on the Internet, what seemingly is as dumb to to us (Europe/United States/China) as a knock-knock joke, Russians think they’re digging deep by slamming out the mom joke. They’ve always fucked your mother. Never your dad. Russians don’t realize how stupid they look by making mom jokes.
Russians have an over-inflated sense of self-entitlement but are actually the laughing stock of online gaming. The regular Russian is passive-aggressive shit-talking loser scumbag that will insult your country from his downtrodden Shantytown. Sweden is a joke, but Russia is God’s land. Finland sucks – but Russia? A winter wonderland.
Russian’s constant passive-aggressive behavior is annoying. Where as most players will not talk or just get outright pissed, Russians do the Euro-Fit. The Russian Euro-fit is what makes Russians unbearable. It starts off by flaming or calling you a name. They will never toss the game, but purposely play badly to get back at you.
If you call them out, they begin to blame other team members or events that have happened in the past to justify their actions. If continually pushed, it will turn into an outright cry storm. Lets take a moment here to explain the difference: I get fucking mad and insult but never toss. Russians get mad, throw a nergin fit and cry but try to toss in the most subtle way possible. Again, the game won’t get tossed, but their actions that resulted in a loss will never be met head on. Excuses and more excuses later, Russians just get mad and yell into the microphone and leave the game, feeling justified that it wasn’t them who lost the game.
And that Dot on the Dota 2 screen for Russia? Haha. You fool! Russians think they’re God’s gift to Europe, so every single region is selectable.
Since the Russian is most likely unemployed and living at his or her parents house, he or she can just toss without impunity, because what’s an extra 20 minutes when you have 20 years?
Accurate portrayal of Russian in United State: Count Chocula
So the game is over, and you have been beaten down and swear to never queue Europe East/West. It’s a familiar feeling, really. But you do it again because you just can’t stop. So the process repeats itself.