Discussion in 'Draft Zone' started by zrinkill, Mar 31, 2010.
It's a japense saying. Basically meaing he needs more experience or that he isn't on my level.
Do you realize how little sense that makes? Please say yes so I don't have to explain why. My head hurts.
I'm a draft goru and his mocks and opinions on the draft are poopoo. That make more sense for you?
Not really. I have no idea what a goru is, and it still doesn't explain why someone ahead of you by 100 years is trying to catch up to you. No charge for the lesson.
What? If he is 100 years too early. That means he needs to catch up to me. He's not really he doesn't have the EXP....*** hos you feeling ok?
Early means ahead of you.
If I get to work earlier than you I am there ahead of you. It really isn't that difficult.
It was a really goofed up comment that isn't getting any better.
That's what I thought at first.
Earlier means better.
Maybe not to the Japanese I guess.
lol I know what you mean to say, but 100 years earlier means he came up with the idea 100 years before you did.
Which weapons would you rather go to war with? The one from 1800's or the ones now?
we are more technological advanced now then we were 100 years ago. **** I can deal with this.
draft goru :laugh1:
The draft is not war. Thanks for playing.
If I'm 100 years early, arn't I waiting for you to catch up?
lol. Is this an act?
tell me about it
always gets under my skin when someone says they're "going to battle" or "going to war" or they're "a Soldier".
What about "war room" and "in the trenches"
that stuff always cracks me up.
It's a Japense thing.
Then why is there a war room?
hey, have you heard this one?
not really but I thought I surprise you guys.
My god, I'm tearing up from laughing so hard at this thread.