rly fagit? Geoff and Micheal are the only okay people on RT
Confidence or if you don't have any xanax is a valid substitute. You can also try cocaine or alcohol but never all 3 at once thats just fucked.
admire the butt gavin gets to slam into whenever he wants
I mean, just google Meg Turney, she has some great photoshoots out there, none nude.
But really, why would you not like ray? He's like a confirmed /b/tard.
I would say I wish, but I don't actually wish I was ray
Be a spineless, ethically bankrupt crony for the powerful and the wealthy.
In other words, major in business and psychology and spend your life performing fellatio on corporations and stomping on the poor and the weak.
Ray is cool minus the fact that he's a fucking straight-edge faggot, which is too bad because I'd really like to get lamped with him.
All the LPers are actors and anyone who doesn't see that is a fucking autist who needs to watch other people pretend to be friends so he can feel like he's socially connected with another human bean.
The only real friends in RT are Gus and Burnie, and Geoff and Gavin.
OP, the way to be successful is to remember one thing: pic related
Michael and Gavin are not friends. The only reason Gav was in the wedding is because that Jersey faggot didn't have any real friends all the way out in handgunland
How can Ray and Gav be friends in real life. Ray doesn't drink and all Gavin does is drink.
bitch is bound to be into some kinky shit
Only way to find out is next RTX, ask the faggets.
In some RTvines and behind the scenes, you can see Mike and Gav palin it up. But Ray and Gav is a maybe, friends but they might not hang after work, like highschool kids.
but seriously, when will garrett post the pics he has of barb
Look autists, a long time ago RT found out that lonely faggots like all of you will pay money to watch people be friends online, that's literally the only reason why Achievement Hunter exists at all.
Guarantee each and every one of those fuckers have a non-disclosure agreement in their contracts preventing them from making public any ill-will about any of their co-workers.
>mfw Achievement Hunters are all friends
she seems to be
Idk, they look different in every other picture
yeah the added ryan for a new dynamic. Now they probably don't hang outside work dosnt mean they hate each others. who knows do maybe they do. All I know is IB is definitely more genuine
I think everyone here knows that all the AH guys are playing characters with traits taken from themselves, but that doesn't change the fact that they're fun to watch. It's like going to a movie and going "Oh, this isn't real" and walking out. Suspension of disbelief.
its not just that, you can find niche like that every where. example the beer and board games channel by blamesocietypimps. they have people pay every two weeks to watch them play board games and get drunk
Don't get me wrong, I still really enjoy AH and Let's Plays. I just fucking hate all the people who watch this shit and then think they know these people. A bunch of bad shit has happened at RT over the years because fans start to get too into the guys, thinking they know the real people when they only know the online personalities.
No, I know that's why people watch them. This is the psychology behind this new form of entertainment. How the fuck else could you take an interactive media (i.e. video games), remove the interactivity, and then come out with a massive success?
how do you take the interactivity of finding your one true love, remove the interactivity, and then make a massive success (How I met Your Mother). Everything in almost every sitcom is something that is interactive that you just like watching being done
I agree with that one, though. I know they're acting, and you'd have to be a fool to believe they're like that all the time. While watching it, though, I choose to believe it's as presented, because analyzing fiction while it's ongoing your first time through kills the experience.
To back up my case a little bit, consider the following:
Geoff: The ringleader; always trying to get everyone else to try intricate new ways to play
Jack: The sensitive one; has fun until people start to berate him, then fucks off to do his own thing
Gavin: The troublemaker; always trying to sabotage everyone else's fun for his own entertainment
Michael: The Rager; gets frustrated at both the game and the other players way to easily. Always yelling
Ray: The L33T N33T; You can tell he plays way too much by himself. Wins everything, but still meek
Ryan: The crazy one; just likes to kill things and blow stuff up
Tell me that doesn't describe pretty much every one of your friends that you played video games with growing up?
I dunno, I never really kept up with all the drama bullshit, but I know that Ray got his personal life dug way into once, and two of his real friends got raided by rabid fans
>That's the point
so you're agreeing that it's like a sitcom. are you also saying that people watch sitcoms to simulate friendship? because I'm saying people watch sitcoms because they're funny
As an addendum to this; notice how the new Let's Build team talks almost exclusively about 90's cartoons? Just fuckin saying they know how to play their audience like a god damned fiddle.
I have this semi-serious theory about the "Game of Thrones Night" that Burnie hosts; it's actually regarded as a mandatory meeting, and RT staff has to attend so they can make topical comments on social media
I think the funny may be apart of it, but the difference between a good sitcom and a great sitcom is how attached the audience gets with the characters.
well arguebly i talk about that with my friends of a similiar age too, that is a normal conversation people around that era would talk about. you cant just say they do that to gain viewers, its a normal thing to do