In a refreshing change of pace from the usual rage mail and clan invites, I was on both ends of such messages while playing today. In one lobby, I got three bloodthirsties and four longshots for my M8A1 thanks to a teammate with a riot shield being a fantastic distraction. After two games on his team, I sent him a "thank you riot shield guy, you rock" message. He responded by sending me a smiley face and hitting me with a long-range tomahawk the very next game. Then, in a later lobby, I camped with a random sniper on Plaza and saved him from getting shot a few times. I got a bloodthirsty myself, and after I left the lobby, the sniper sent me a message saying "thx for the backup, helped with my gold DSR" and it warmed my heart.
So have you ever received (or sent yourself) a positive message like this? --- http://i.imgur.com/F9agy.jpg
On Borderlands 2, I thanked everyone for helping me out with boss farming for weapons.
On BF3, I managed to RPG a Jet in mid-flight my first time, almost pissing myself in excitement. The guy in the Jet sent me a message saying "Nice Shot!". Couldn't believe it --- PSN/GT-Aadrianseth When life gives you lemons, burn down life's manager's house down. With the lemons. It will solve all your problems.
I usually just get friend requests, but im hilarious and clever GT: I carress FUPAs (for proof) --- If there's one thing I've learned from call of duty, its that my mom really has a thing for 12 year olds
I send positive ones every once in a while. Get in a lobby and consistently nemesis with a guy or whatever. I honestly can't recall ever getting one though. --- In simplicity, utility. Through utility, simplicity.