Just joined the forum and thought it only right to say hi upon my 1st visit.. that's all... see you in there!!!!
hey carter. Nice to see you on the forums.
Military life is having a plan. Then a new plan. Then another plan. Then the first plan. Then a brand new plan only to go back to the 2nd plan.
Good to finally see you on the forums...
Stay regular in the servers and forums...
How old are you, and where are you from?
Welcome to the forum Carter! I had some good games with you. Can you tell us a bit more about you like game experience, age and country?
SAS_Nick22nd SAS Elite Virtual Regiment
Howdy there Carter and welcome to ya.
Hello Carter, So you did make it to the forums...okay.Like Medic said....
Good to meet you.
Greetings, welcome to the forums; hope to catch you on the servers
Nice to see you here.
welcome, i remember you.
(formerly known as SAS_LCpl_Hunter)
Nice Post, when we spot players (regulars) on Our server that show Teamwork and Potential...we invest our time into giving them a few tips.
Stick around and be as regular as possible, like the Server Rules say:Be Polite, Show Team Work, and Maybe you will be invited to join Us on TeamSpeak.
You need a crash course from the medic.
1. Ironing is a womans job
2. Dusting I can do, but if she isnt appy, she can do it herself.
3. 4am.. trying to sneak into bed: she is not mentaly coorect and you can tell her the clock is 1am, or tell her you fell a sleep while making the shoping list for food
Trust me it works.
Or just say what I do: Listen... I need to charge my batterys. I prommise to vaccuum tomorrow
BTW I thougt you were a teenager hahahaha.
Hello Carter, welcome to the forums.Good to see t men admit theu can do homestuff....Even Medic has slippers big as the rest of us hehe
As a father and husband, I can certainly relate to everything you say.. and don't put too much stock in Medic's tough talk... he has missed many things cause of his Honey Do list too.
My best advice, don't learn the maps, learn the tactics, for the tactics are what will keep you alive. Players who learn the maps, die quickly on new maps, cause they don't know them. Properly learned and applied tactics are immediately transferable to any situation and will benefit you far better then your memory of the map.
When SAS members join other servers, we stand out because, baring server glitches, we are generally the players still alive at the end of the map, we generally have the highest kill and accuracy ratios and more often then not, everyone forms up behind us... either because they recognize skill and wish to emulate it, or more often then not, they realize the safest place is just behind an SAS gun.
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