This viral infection is transmitted though bodily fluids. Almost all people recieve this infection from being bit by an infected person and are fully infected between ten and twenty seconds. Exposing this virus to anyone is exremeley dangerous and prohibitted by law. Knowledge of an outbreak during 2002 throughout the United Kingdom made headlines across the globe and shut down all research concerning this virus. The United Kingdom was quarantined for 28 weeks until U.S. led nato forces allowed reentry for citizens.
Two people were found with genetic immunities to the infection. Both died shortly after identification.
2. To yell at someone until their ears bleed, or chat with them in all CAPS LIKE SO.
3. Action done in response to lag.
If rage is in text form, it is almost ALWAYS followed by a string of mis-spelled words, exclamation marks, and curses.
There are many definitions of rage, but to explain them all would be a waste of my time and yours.
Do not confuse rage with tourettes.
Rage may be accompanied words such as (but, not limited to):
BULL FUCKING SHIT!
WHAT THE FUCK WAS THAT SHIT?
FUCKIN' CHEATIN' ASS FAGGOT!
OH... MY... GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD!!!
FUCK MY LIFE!
FUCKING LAG YOU PEICE OF SHIT!
2. note: this is a real life story from an average day of CS:S (fsh is the players breath)
"WHA THE fshhhhhhhh fshhhhhhhh fsh fsh MOfshR FUCKE-fshh"..... "FUCK HACfshhhhhhhhhhhhhh"... "I'M GETTING A fhhhhhhhhhhhhh ADMIN!"
U MOTJER FUCIER! I GETING A FUVKINH ADMIB! UR A LITLE FUCKING HAXKER
3. *pewpewpewpewpew* *lag* ".........." *everyone dies*
WHAT THE FUCK!? *punches computer screen and slams keyboard on the ground* "FUCKING LAG YOU PEICE OF SHIT! HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT NOW, HUH? FUCK YOU, FUCK YOU, FUCK YOU!!!!"
The act of leaving a game or playing unprofessionally as a result of what may be either bad teamwork or an inevitable loss in the current round
Behavior typically found in either newer players who have no sense of sportsmanship, or advanced, but still below professional level players with little to no temper
Everything as described in noun, except you're actually doing it
"There has been 19 rage quits as of yet"
"OK, we're screwed, time to RAGE"