Is the elite controller worth it for $40

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User Info: b166er01

b166er01
1 month ago#31
However, you made some weird comparisons since last time I checked no one is holding a doorknob/credit card for hours upon hours with the sweatiest of hands, building up crime as they wipe their nose, scratch their butthole, or eat flaming hot Cheetos


Its a very valid comparison..you just chose not to see it. Then it would force you to realize how trivial worrying about a used controller is in the grand scheme of a SINGLE DAY.

it doesnt take hours to leave bacteria, mucus, fecal matter, etc on a surface. All that stuff is everywhere.. and here's the best part..you WILL touch your face after touching one of those surfaces, (a number of times) and not even realize it. Lol @ "hours"..the 5 second rule wasnt meant to be taken seriously. But hey, whatever makes you feel better.
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User Info: Landonio

Landonio
1 month ago#32
jdmteg posted...
I have bought 3, definitely worth it.

Watch out, high roller over here boys.
Roll Tide.
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User Info: ziadon

ziadon
1 month ago#33
Deffo, go out to that shop and buy it straight away. I got mine when they first came out best controller I have ever had.
I don't know where I am coming from, I don't know where I am going but I can't wait to get there.

User Info: jdmteg

jdmteg
1 month ago#34
Landonio posted...
jdmteg posted...
I have bought 3, definitely worth it.

Watch out, high roller over here boys.

Hardly,
Dog has eaten two of them. They are so good that when I have enough I'll buy another.
XBL: Nack3r
Currently Playing: Destiny 2

User Info: Chente

Chente
1 month ago#35
jdmteg posted...
Landonio posted...
jdmteg posted...
I have bought 3, definitely worth it.

Watch out, high roller over here boys.

Hardly,
Dog has eaten two of them. They are so good that when I have enough I'll buy another.

Put the dog down.

User Info: Neo Vejiita

Neo Vejiita
1 month ago#36
If it is in decent working order then yes, absolutely.
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User Info: DGenerateKane

DGenerateKane
1 month ago#37
Take a UV light with you and run it over the controller first.
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User Info: dfalls1

dfalls1
1 month ago#38
If it was worth it, they'd be selling it for more than $40. Pawn shops aren't there to lose money.

User Info: jdmteg

jdmteg
1 month ago#39
Chente posted...
jdmteg posted...
Landonio posted...
jdmteg posted...
I have bought 3, definitely worth it.

Watch out, high roller over here boys.

Hardly,
Dog has eaten two of them. They are so good that when I have enough I'll buy another.

Put the dog down.

Lol
XBL: Nack3r
Currently Playing: Destiny 2

User Info: TBONE_OG

TBONE_OG
4 weeks ago#40
b166er01 posted...
However, you made some weird comparisons since last time I checked no one is holding a doorknob/credit card for hours upon hours with the sweatiest of hands, building up crime as they wipe their nose, scratch their butthole, or eat flaming hot Cheetos


Its a very valid comparison..you just chose not to see it. Then it would force you to realize how trivial worrying about a used controller is in the grand scheme of a SINGLE DAY.

it doesnt take hours to leave bacteria, mucus, fecal matter, etc on a surface. All that stuff is everywhere.. and here's the best part..you WILL touch your face after touching one of those surfaces, (a number of times) and not even realize it. Lol @ "hours"..the 5 second rule wasnt meant to be taken seriously. But hey, whatever makes you feel better.

No, your comparison was ass. Don't get insulted. I know how germs/bacteria spread. 8th grade science was fun. Here's a science project for extra credit: Go test your credit card vs your controller for bacteria, etc. But a public doorknob does have some nasty stuff on it, and yeah I wash my hands when I touch one if I can. Point is, I know how dirty a doorknob can be as well as a used controller from a pawn shop.

And again, no. I'm aware of what my hands touch... I mean I have control over them, so it's easy.
Always O.G.
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