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Alone against the forces of abject stupidity stands the Lone Contractor, toy guns in hand and at the ready.
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I have learned that for some reason, it has become A Thing on the internet to describe things with the simple, single word "beast." At first I just assumed people couldn't spell "best" correctly, but it's becoming apparent that they really just mean "beast."
"The Lone Contractor kicks lots of ass at grenade golf" becomes "Contractor is beast." (Note: I do kick an exceptional amount of ass when you combine golf with live grenades. Interestingly, this game is best played with shovels - I use a vintage WWII trench shovel myself - and naturally it's better if you use people you really don't like as targets, as it can get messy.)
"Beast" is not a fucking adjective, in much the same way that "office" is not a verb and "commute" is not a noun. "Beast" is a noun. You can call something a beast - like "this game is a beast" (whatever the hell that means) and you can modify "beast" into the adjective "bestial" or if you find that you must, "beastly" is also an adjective meaning basically the same damn thing as "bestial" but it makes you sound more British.
I think this trend was born on YouTube, which makes it even more retarded.
Beast: it's not a goddamn adjective.
Tell your friends.
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