he could be thanking you for not giving up on it, in other words..
Nope, pretty sure he was just being a ********.
How do you know? Do you know him personally? I can say your a d***bag for creating a topic over such a trivial matter.
Because I was never given the chance to give up. I wasn't even the host. And he good job'ed me before I had the chance to decide to quit, so he knew I was going to be receiving that message regardless of whether I decided to quit. Secondly, it makes common sense that you don't good job someone after a failure. They know you're going to be interpretting it sarcastically when there are millions of *******s out there that do the same thing.
Now let me ask you a question: How do you know I wasn't just being extremely encouraging when I good jobed him the entire game the next match? It's because it's ****ing common sense. You don't good job someone after a failure.