The World begins, goes on and ends with you, So just live and enjoy the damn moment will you?
My own buisness
Known aliases: Sao(ul), Kittycakes, KrityCakes, JellyFeesh and Vod Kaknockers.
Nothing to brag about, nothing to say in general, except that I... like to shoot my friends in the face.
Personaly speaking, i dont really care for the gameing community, but of course~ IF you want to get to know me, just add me, see if i accept the Invite and ask, easy-peasy.
Oh~ and of course, either you love me, or you hate me, soon enough you'll know the awenser how you feel. Loves n'hugs, Toodles!~
I say goodbye to you all at onec.. I dont dare to face you all alone, I went form wreckage to world class! With a box of t-shirts and some records to sell, but times have changed - I have to defend my actions. The foundation crumbles and I have to leave... Thanks for everything, I coulden't ask for more..! So I say I love you all... As I vanish through the Jester's door..
"Jag hoppas, jag drömmer att marken du går på, går sönder, vad som än händer. Jag hoppas att ditt vin blir till vatten. Blixtar prickar dig! Hälsa till satan, Vi hörs Jag hoppas att olika olyckor händer. Du vet vad jag känner, jag vet att du hör~! Jag hoppas du får leva med dig resten av ditt liv, att du lever med det i all evig tid~!" - Jason Diakité
"Fuck you, mate! Cuz we want cock son, cock! Now go play with your girly tits you fucking faag~! ...Stright: is the new gay." - Steve Hughes.
To counter the homophobic sentiment that has lingered in video gaming communities since its conception, we have established ourselves as a group that provides a safe haven for all gamers to play free of any kind of bashing.
Our goal is to rally queer FPS supporters into a group where we will be respected by the First Person Shooter community.
Our name, Fraggots was derived from the two words Frag and Faggot. It serves as a combination of the pejorative term for queer people and the essence of what we as FPSers do in game. It’s a different kind of label – one that brings with it the notion that we refuse to be marginalized.