Discussion in 'Unrelated Discussion' started by mistervirtue, May 24, 2012.
I see we are on the same wavelength.
Revolvers are too rough n tough. They're for cowboys and hard-boiled cops. The smooth silver lines of a sleek Colt automatic are for the classiest of classy men.
Sir Sir Sir Assault (he has been knighted AT LEAST three times according to his bio.)
Rough and tough? Yeah, if you're used to using just pistols! The same can be said about M1911, which I typically see used for the battle-hardened soldiers on the battle field, mostly in WWII settings. Mind you, it looks pretty damn good, but my love for revolvers come out on top.
That voice. <3
Cheston has classy Donkey Kong barrel skill and classy George's Rampage skill
I'd consider barrel crude, if anything. Real Klassy men only use tea cups.
Rampage is even more crude, no klassy men would ever succumb to their primatial instincts and hop around on all 4's. It's like going back to the age of apes and neanderthals.
Instead, consider yourself elegantly leaping to the stars, flying like an eagle with a serving of jumpy spunky + prop hop. While you're at it, you could even spin your little propeller to give off an impression of a modern-day engineering marvel we call "helicopter".
Karl gets my vote.
I openly mock your ill-conceived attempts to emerge as the victor of this contest!
Or, alternatively, sharply dressed wiseguys.
Karl may look nice in a suit, but he's still just an average human. Cheston definitely has the class.
To be honest, I never see such using a M1911. I don't even know what they'd use, I'd assume your typical Glock.
Average humans don't wear monocles all time long.
They do if they have vision issues in only one eye. Teacher of mine had a monocle because he was near sighted in one eye.
I feel the classier man is the one who can admit to his flaws. Karl does this without shame, and accepts the fact he can make mistakes. Moral class is superior to stereotypical class.
I do support such a bold statement.
Karl is a butler...
Cheston sings opera.
It's obvious Cheston has won this contest.
Because the Glock totally existed in the 1920s, and the M1911 totally wasn't one of the most easily obtainable pistols in America or anything.
Also, mrflip nailed it.
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