2 definitions by AngryCat

Console Fanboys, these people are annoying. Console fanboys are arrogant people that will go apesh*t if their favorite gaming system is brought into question. Whether it be the Playstation 2, Gamecube, or X-Box. Each system has its pros and cons, but console fanboys don’t care. For example, if a fanboy is devoted to Sony, he will love every system made by Sony, and hate everything made by competing companies. But the main thing console fanboys are focusing on right now is the next-gen systems. The X-Box 360 is already out, and it is being praised by Microsoft fanboys as being better then the other two next-gen systems, the Playstation 3 and Nintendo Revolution. Even though the PS3 and Revolution are not even out yet. Two things that make console fanboys annoying are: 1) They hate every system other than the one they like, regardless of whether or not they have even played them. 2) They think the next-gen system made by their favorite company will be better than the other next-gen systems, even if they are not out yet and no one can know for sure which is best. Console fanboys will always be close-minded. They will always exist as long as new gaming systems come out.
If you want to see the console fanboy yourself, I suggest going to any forum with a lot of members, and starting a thread asking which gaming system is best. Before you know it, a slew of console fanboys will flood your thread with their comments and flame wars will ensue.
by AngryCat March 29, 2006
drawball.com is a massive online graffiti board. there is no user account system, but it is possible to get an ipban if you act like a moron. once you bring up the home page and drawball loads, click anywhere on the drawball to zoom in on that area, you must zoom in to 100% to draw. once zoomed in, click the screen and a puzzle will come up, solve it and you will be able to draw. before you draw, please note that your ink is limited, it comes back over a period of time. new users start out with 15% ink. the controls for changing color and brush size are at the bottom right of the screen. the zoom out button is at the bottom left of the screen. at the top left are located the browse history buttons, you must zoom out anywhere above 100% to use them. they allow you to see what has happened before on drawball.

if your work is of good quality, it might get protected, meaning that no one can draw over it. if it is really good, it could be added to the hall of fame. the hall of fame is accessible by clicking the link to it at the top right of the page.

last of all, dont be a jerk, just have fun and dont scribble on peoples work.
yesterday i painted on drawball.com, and came back today to find my work protected!
by AngryCat November 30, 2006

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