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01-19-2013 07:00 PM
BauerAlmeida
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

-If a player you dislike won something, it's a fluke, and if he did it beating someone you like it's because he was injured, choked, wasn't fit, etc....
01-19-2013 03:01 PM
ProdigyEng
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

the Majority of Fed fans are bitter mugs
01-19-2013 01:52 PM
TigerTim
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

Expert opinion on past tennis does not require any actual experience of the said era.

Every Nadal victory outside of Roland Garros occurs after the courts are slown down.
01-19-2013 06:49 AM
Chase Visa
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

If a player you dislike wins a lot of Slams, the time when he did so is referred to as a "mug era".
If a player you dislike enters a lot of 250's/500's and wins them, they are a vulture. If they lose, they just plain suck.
01-17-2013 03:50 PM
ProdigyEng
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

Lenders is god.
01-17-2013 02:46 PM
Shinoj
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

Brilliant MTF'er is the One who has never held a Racket in Hand in his entire life
01-17-2013 12:45 PM
Burrow
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

If a player is of or under the age of 22 years old, they're regularly referred to as "kid" and essentially a child.
01-17-2013 12:19 PM
Vinceremo
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

Bandwagoning is cool as long as the player (or players) is around 23-24 years old and under. It is automatically accepted that there's 'top 10/20' potential in him. If the player (or players) is, however, older then you're clearly supporting a 'lol forever-a-mug/journeyman' despite him showing steady progress and having clear potential and talent.
01-17-2013 12:59 AM
Sham Kay Adams
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

30. If your favourite player is beaten by another player, it is mandatory to have a hate vendetta against them till the end of their career
31. Glory hunting is excusable as long as you can convince everyone that you've supported the player since they were a toddler
01-16-2013 11:24 PM
duarte_a
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

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I do not know of any such users on this forum.
01-16-2013 08:19 PM
Punky
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

i have learn that ppl love to use the word mug/tard for everything they say.
i have learn that it will be easier to make peace in the middle east then between the players fans in here.
i have learn that some ppl Accuse others in a turtle killing, Poor bowling skills and all kind of weird Unfounded accusations (u know who you are)
i have learn that if someone is a friend and i dont know a lot about his country, just by talking to him i kind like his counry even more..
01-16-2013 05:37 AM
Topspindoctor
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

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33. Troll and annoy consistently and regularly enough, and you'll become a legend amongst your peers
34. Being banned due to immature behaviour is cool
35. Behaving like a Manchild deserves praise and accolades
I do not know of any such users on this forum.
01-15-2013 03:04 PM
Sham Kay Adams
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

33. Troll and annoy consistently and regularly enough, and you'll become a legend amongst your peers
34. Being banned due to immature behaviour is cool
35. Behaving like a Manchild deserves praise and accolades
01-15-2013 01:54 PM
ProdigyEng
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

20something) Nadal fans hate Murray and Federer, Murray fans hate Nadal and Federer, Federer fans hate any one who has a positive H2H against him or poses a massive threat to him.
01-15-2013 01:27 PM
rutinos harcos
Re: 1001 things you've learned from MTF

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99% of GM topics have already been covered in past and present threads already and all discussions keep perpetuating themselves in endless circles; yet nobody ever gets bored or leaves.
Why don't you set an example and leave first?
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