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  2. trading well its actually halloween.i like spooky themed things
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  4. Pineapple Pizza

    who wants my family businesses

    Update: The Family has moved to another neighborhood.
  5. Pineapple Pizza

    who wants my family businesses

    I couldn't stop
  6. Pan

    nostalgia

    I log in from time to time because I always tell myself that I need to cash in my backpack for like ~$200 since I'd be better off with that money rather than a bunch of cool hats, a shit ton of white paint, and a bunch of Quackenbirdts, but I haven't made a trade in years and I'm pretty fucking lazy to do anything about it. $200 covers gas for a month y'know? But man, looking at this website again takes me back. I made most of my suggestions when I was 13-14. I don't know what got me hooked but it was pretty fun to fuck with the market and make some decent money at the same time since I couldn't get a job at the time. This suggestion was made after my first year here and I can't believe I priced over 600 things in that time. I wanna say that I have a bunch of memorable moments from my "suggesting career" or whatever the hell I should call it, but I can hardly remember shit and I didn't wanna sift through 120 pages of price suggestions, especially when I have a dozen pages of Dota 2 suggestions that I abused super hard to repwhore when Dota 2 pricing was briefly a thing. I think I made 2 suggestions for currency like keys and buds, which I felt was my peak. The thing that I remember the most was being the #6 top contributor on the list and that felt pretty good. I'm still on there now, but at #71 l0l. Basically, I had a vague memory of having a good time. I think I stopped price suggesting since I started high school and it was a stupid college prep type of thing so that ate up most of my time. I also got a bit bored of tf2 since most of the servers I was a regular on died and Steam added that stupid 2-step authentication shit which pissed me off. I had also been playing since tf2 went f2p, so I had been playing for a good 2-3 years at that point. I got a PS4 so I play on that pretty regularly and I got an actually good PC now. I also started playing League of Legends around this time too, so if you ever saw a guy named NotPan on League that kicked your ass (or fed), that was me. I remember I used to play all my games on some shitty budget laptop but I was still pretty fucking good (not on league though, I'm a gold scrub). I think I logged into Steam every once in a while as well and I definitely felt bad as some of my old friends hit me up and I didn't remember them too much. A lot of life shit happened and I don't remember a lot of things anymore (or maybe my memory is just incredibly shitty), but all those names on my friends list are pretty familiar and I'm sure I had some good memories with them back then. I've been wanting to write something like this for a while and I finally got around to it. I don't know if anyone will read this, but if you did then I hope you enjoyed it. I'll probably come back to write more shit about going to college. forks up bois ps: I gotta put a pic of myself meeting the voice of the sniper somewhere down the line. he acted in a play I watched with my class 2 years ago and I saw him walking down the street and booked it out of the bus and got a pic with him. Man of La Mancha was sick too btw I'd recommend it
  7. RafasDR

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    I don't know, maybe one golden pan? Two if really lucky?
  8. TraceofCakes

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    People aren't going to pay $4000 for a first gen hat after the Crate Depression. I think you underestimate the amount of hype and expendable income some people have, and the amount they're are willing to shell out for rare items. Elite Grade, Nice Meme Hat, One of the more popular effects? It's not out of the question imo.
  9. Definitely competitive and friends, ive made a lot in comp. definitely recommend giving it a try if you havent already
  10. Core mechanics are simple at a first glance, but reward experience. Simple yet few other games have that same gratification. Also the different sub communities from comp, jump, to trading.
  11. Horsestepping

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    People aren't going to pay $4000 for a hat after the Crate Depression.
  12. Offline

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    it is worth 100 keys,i buy for 150 fsat trade quickly accept good deal.
  13. i love the mechanics, love the source fps feel, i like the fast combat like quake/ut, i play csgo and PUBG, but TF2 it's on my heart, love this warm community, trading its cool too, but all i can say it's i love the game and its people. even outside the game, memes/content its glorious.
  14. mann versus machine is fun i have a thing for mindless grinding, which is what mvm is to me, since if you memorize the waves and play decent, it's easy i also enjoy making suggestions
  15. Yesterday
  16. I played this game most of my early teenage years, it was my first real taste of online multiplayer. So there's that, besides that there's just the fun of jumping on random servers and talking to people
  17. Mvm, over 1000 tours and still playing
  18. any body still playing this beside trading!?
  19. Brown

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    1,000 would prob be enough, last years elite grade all class god tier couldn't break 1k https://backpack.tf/stats/Unusual/Lucky Cat Hat/Tradable/Craftable/116 plus there's already 2 unboxed so far, there'll prob be a few more popping up later on with all the unbox hype
  20. competitive. no, not in-game comp, but rgl. playing with a team of friends has really refreshed the game tbh, plus i've gotten to meet a bunch of chill new people
  21. Keks

    PC on a 5th Dimension Mister Bones

    idk. Strange Moon(idk which one it was) was priced at 1300 keys or so its a year-old price so im not so sure
  22. Appah

    who wants my family businesses

    but why tho
  23. Mine was the silly, wacky moments you can have in servers at times.
  24. A friend unboxed it. Got lucky with 45 cases. I'd guesstimate upwards of 2,000 keys.
  25. Horsestepping

    trying to sell two unusual co-pilots

    I don't think this guy will ever actually sell them unless he gets insane overpay, but I'm interested in bidding on the logo one.
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