A love letter to toxic player

SDS

Dear Toxic Player,

How I have longed to bash your face in with a hammer but alas I realize it’s just a game. Toxic gamer, you know who you are. You spend your time finding every exploit for the soul purpose of angering others. I think this speaks to your personality. You cruise the digital super highway hiding behind your monitor knowing that there is no situation where you act like that in the presence of the person you are currently antagonizing. But alas it’s only a game. So please continue your dance of the bunt, your spam of the R2 button, your replay of the wall scraper, your fielder pirouettes on the routine fly ball. Just remember it’s just a game and you are as good as it’s ever going to get for you. You know who you are.

SDS

The spinning outfielder in the fly ball and the outfielder who runs to touch the wall than comes in are newer to me. Very annoying, But more recent.

SDS

Oh how ironic...

SDS

@OreoRockstar said in A love letter to toxic player:

The spinning outfielder in the fly ball and the outfielder who runs to touch the wall than comes in are newer to me. Very annoying, But more recent.

I have recently started seeing the outfielder diving, getting up, and then making the routine catch. I’m just WAITING for the time the lag prevents the catch and I hit an inside the park homer.

SDS

I am super non-toxic back. I even try replaying their home runs before they do. I feel like they get bored as the game goes along if they are not getting a rise out of you.

SDS

@bostondirtdog21 said in A love letter to toxic player:

@OreoRockstar said in A love letter to toxic player:

The spinning outfielder in the fly ball and the outfielder who runs to touch the wall than comes in are newer to me. Very annoying, But more recent.

I have recently started seeing the outfielder diving, getting up, and then making the routine catch. I’m just WAITING for the time the lag prevents the catch and I hit an inside the park homer.

Haha I have seen a few times where they mess around with doing circles or diving early and almost end up missing the ball but they always catch it. I can't wait for the time they end up missing it.

SDS

Dear toxicity recipient,

Gotcha bi*ch.

With love,

Trolly McTrollface

SDS

@bostondirtdog21 said in A love letter to toxic player:

I am super non-toxic back. I even try replaying their home runs before they do. I feel like they get bored as the game goes along if they are not getting a rise out of you.

Interesting strategy, never thought of that one. I like it though, I bet that does work in a lot of cases.

SDS

Had all of this yesterday. He even messaged me asking me if I was afraid of his lineup because I was getting him to K on pitches in the dirt!?! He used all the tricks, Long pause to see if I would quit, outfeilders diving, then getting back up to catch, Bunt dance etc, etc,. I won on a Mondesi walkoff in the top of the tenth when he dashboarded. Hope enjoys his hot "L"

SDS

@coachwade01 said in A love letter to toxic player:

Had all of this yesterday. He even messaged me asking me if I was afraid of his lineup because I was getting him to K on pitches in the dirt!?! He used all the tricks, Long pause to see if I would quit, outfeilders diving, then getting back up to catch, Bunt dance etc, etc,. I won on a Mondesi walkoff in the top of the tenth when he dashboarded. Hope enjoys his hot "L"

Haha what a clown. The fact that he found a way to still talk [censored] to you about him swinging at balls in the dirt shows what type of person he is.