Overused to the point of vulgarity abbreviation intended to stand for "good game." When people say it no matter what (especially when the winners say it), it dilutes the phrase to the point of meaninglessness. They might as well just say "hahah we kicked your asses."
Come on people, if it was a good game, say "damn that was a good game."
If it was shitty or merely mediocre, don't dilute a phrase that could be used as a compliment if it didn't mean jack squat.
<Everyone on winning team> gg
<Cowclops> Shut the FUCK up. That was NOT a good game. You fucking slaughtered us. YOU played well, but we did not, so don't patronize us with halfassed "pleasantries" when you're really just being dingleberries.
The Cowclops was created around 1995 by 3 bored kids screwing around with Mario Paint. It is a purple one eyed cow that says "fishstick" instead of "moo." There is not much else to it.
It is also my user name. Some retard named "Bill Martin" from port leyden NY or lyonsville NY or whatever it is thinks he was original by searching through expired domain names for something "original" sounding so in reality he just ripped me off, registered Cowclops.com and decided he was going to start marketing things under like 15 different names, one of which is "Cowclops Productions." Why doesn't he pick one relevant name and stick with it, instead of holding onto shit that IS NOT HIS. I have files on zip disks dating back to 1997 that refer to the Cowclops and this n00b^2 thinks if he just calls himself "Cowclops Productions" it becomes his. I don't know trademark law, but I do know originality when I see it, and he DOES NOT HAVE IT. He doesn't even use the domain name cowclops.com for anything, so what the crap?
Bill Martin from South Port Trading / Adirondack Music Festival thinks he is original by using the name "Cowclops Productions" but he is in fact a species of life somewhere between "doorknob" and "mayo." I am Cowclops. He is not.
Somebody who is "belligerently wrong" prolongs an argument even after its obvious that their facts are wrong, their reasoning is wrong, and the point they're trying to prove isn't clear. The "belligerently wrong" will usually repeatedly change their strategy so as to prevent the conversation from actually ending. It is unclear whether the belligerently wrong are actively trolling or merely unintelligent and unwittingly causing a ruckus.
"Joe was being belligerently wrong - he kept trying to argue that the capital of Maine is Delaware, even after we linked him to a list of state capitals and pointed out that Delaware is a state in and of itself."