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[Sticky] Mega Thread: Logging All Of Jorge's Rage Quits

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Please give a detailed description: Date/Time/Reason For Quitting

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November 15th, 9:00pm. First Rage Quit. Jorge was having NO fun on Santa Seña Border Crossing. Last communication - "TIM, UPDATE THE LOGS!"


   
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December 11th - Jorge was playing Call of Duty when he was hit by an enemy's throwing knife. He was so mad that he quit the game and hasn't played it since. Jorge is known for his competitive spirit, so it's not surprising that he was frustrated by the unexpected attack. However, it's still a shame that such a minor incident ruined his enjoyment of the game. Hopefully he'll be able to find a way to channel his frustration and get back to playing soon.


   
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Last night, my friend Jorge was playing in a Warzone Cup tournament. As the match progressed, things were not going well for Jorge's team. Despite his best efforts, they just couldn't seem to get a foothold in the game and were falling behind.

As the match went on, Jorge's frustration began to boil over. He was convinced that the game was "stinking" and that there was nothing he could do to turn things around. He began to lash out at his teammates, accusing them of not trying hard enough and making mistakes.

Finally, Jorge couldn't take it anymore. In a fit of rage, he rage quit the game, storming off in a huff and leaving his teammates to finish the match without him.

It was a disappointing end to the match for Jorge and his team, and it's a reminder that sometimes even the best players can let their emotions get the better of them in the heat of competition. But hopefully, Jorge will learn from this experience and find a better way to deal with his frustrations in the future.

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