*Quadafi?* Man, ***Qadhafi***'s name's been spelled plenty of weird ways (the 'tool' was *Qadaffi*, right?) but this one's new.
Anyhow, Bonch is overreacting and psychologically tactless.
First you make small talk. Europeans are then inclined to think you'll accept more of their quirks. So Stefanox thinks he can go ahead and make a second course. Then you turn into some *Blitz-booter*.
To answer your question: there's plenty of cheeky fellers round here, but *you are* one of the cheekiest. The *nerve* of some...
This thread is why the diary was invented.*
|> *I will boot first chance.
|> I won't wait for some hungry Hungarian.*
The guy ***asked you politely*** to wait because he was making his lunch. You ask for his nationality so that you can ridicule him. Europeans don't like to be laughed at for their nationality. *(Except Belgians, who laugh at their own nationality themselves.)*
Then, for a reason as apparent as your hurry in the game (as in: *nobody has a clue*) you make a thread wherein you say he ***expected you*** to wait.
You said you should only join a real-time game when you have time. Then why were you in a hurry?
|> *I have little time for dumbasses.*
Somebody's been ignoring his own advice.
Either you buy yourself a diary and write enraged stories on the *Hungry Hungarian* and the *Disdainful Dutch* (that's me) or you live with them.
He wasn't making fun of his Hungarian-ness he was simply making a funny aliteration, lay off Bonch. It's a real time game and expecting someone to sit through multiple "courses" is crazy. Bonch didn't need to call him a dumbass though, that came out of no where.
I do think "please" goes a long way. I can't stand it when I'm in a game with someone and all they say is "wait." (or "w8") I'd probably have given him time for the second course then told him that was it.
Kind of funny that he has his lunch in courses. Who is he, Scrooge McDuck?
Well, he did say *10 min pls*.
As for the courses, I know that some people have their "dinner" in the afternoon instead of in the evening. Or maybe he *meant* dinner. Mind you, he wrote it around 15:30 local time.
I think posts where people complain about others are funny. It's more entertaining then: "Fizzer, add this option for me!" or "How do I make a map when there are already 100s of them?" Also, political posts are good although only once has a person had to balls to do that. Probably because we are mostly a bunch of liberals and Europeans here.