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TF2's Scout slices, dices and comes away clean

9:00 PM on 05.09.2009

Matthew Razak

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I will have to echo my Kotaku counterpart's feelings on this video and wonder how it took a week for us to find it. Unless of course I'm totally blowing up Hamza's spot right now for the Weekend Destructainment because he's been waiting all week to show this to everyone. Well if I show up with a black eye at the next NARP and say I fell down the stairs, you'll know the real story. He hits because he loves.

Anywho, someone dubbed the Scout from Team Fortress 2 over the infomercial with the guy who likes to beat up on hookers. The sad things is that the ad is far more effective this way then it ever was before. From now on whenever I'm slicing vegetables I'm going to be shouting insults at them constantly. Teach them to be all healthy and stuff. Why can't they just taste like candy?


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