Quoting Nathan Pownell
Okay, it's alright if you don't want to tell, but what age group would you fit in to? 1-3 4-6 7-9 10-12 13-15 16-18…. …100-Dead. XD Sorry. So now, what age group out of those seven shown?
I perceived so. Now, one thing about smack is, you must be confident. Most 'Big Smackers' are so ins@nely confident, that they don't notice the mistakes they make, or either do not care. During the MocAthalon, I became engaged in smack talk with the "King of Smack". He's nothing great, but to him, he never says anything wrong. Unfortunately, you have to be extremely stubborn to smack talk. As I am a very agreeable person, smacking isn't my thing. (But yet I found myself sitting on my iPod at 12:00 at night smack talking.) I believe that to smack, instead of saying some witty statement or pun, you should use convincing arguments that flaunt your educational skill in a way that you blow the mind of your opposing smacker. While smacking, it is no unusual occurrence to run into some rude comments. When confronted with these, the best thing to do is keep laid back and dodge the statement in any way you can. Permalink