3 definitions by Carlão the Pimpslayer

1. Your ability to stand something. The more you consume drugs or medicine, the higher your tolerance becomes, and the more you need to consume to feel the same effect.

2. A self-destructive concept that cannot work on a global scale. Tolerance as a concept was created during the Age of Enlightenment, thanks to multiple factors in Europe, namely secularization, Christianity (admittedly the church didn't help willingly, but the fundamental ideology helped) and the many quarrels of intellectuals at the time. Unfortunately, these factors did not touch the rest of the world in equal scale, which means tolerance is not equally valued everywhere else. By tolerating the intolerant, tolerance is destroyed, hence becoming self-destructive.

3. How easily you stand other people. Tolerance itself here might not be as much a trait as it is reliant on the other person's personality (or lack thereof).
Person A: My religion states that women and infidels have no rights. Tolerance is not a value we are concerned with.
Person B: Tolerance is a value to us, so I tolerate your intolerance. Maybe forcing you to be tolerant is intolerant of us?
Person C: Don't be retarded.
by Carlão the Pimpslayer June 4, 2019
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The sad proof that gaming is in its most dead and soul-less state so far.

Several games nowadays have the option to pay real money to enhance the experience of the player, often frustrating him unless he pays up.

Good ways to milk players of the money they thought they wouldn't spend in the game include: energy bars that reduce the time he can devote to his game, huge timers that need to be reduced for the player to be able to continue his journey, better gear to deal with players that don't want to pay, and, the most common one, the existence of a currency in the game that can't be earned without your credit card.

Pay-to-win is sadly increasing everywhere, from small games on Kongregate to medium-sized browser games such as Epic Duel, to the larger games where you need to pay to unlock certain features, such as Injustice and Mortal Kombat.
Zynga is the ultimate pay-to-win Empire. I am yet to find a game of theirs where they don't try to reach for my pocket.
by Carlão the Pimpslayer September 23, 2015
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The act of constantly sharing the same opinion in a forum full of people who are obviously known to have the same opinion as yours, therefor granting you free upvotes to said opinion, while gathering downvotes to anyone that opposes you on the matter
Good examples:
The atheist section of Reddit
League of Legends' Boards

Any sort of 9Gag picture that goes against consoles/Frozen/Christianity

Nearly any website that governs itself through up and downvotes, and inevitably estabilishes "approved" opinions, which leads to the formation of a circle jerk
by Carlão the Pimpslayer September 19, 2015
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