Battle of the Sexes and the Starved Rages in Humorous Call of Duty Tweets

November 15, 2012Written by Jesse Meikle

I don’t need to tell you the cultural impact a new Call of Duty title has on the world, especially the young euro-western (usually primarily male) demographic. With Call of Duty: Black Ops II releasing yesterday, the famed FPS franchise is all the rage on Twitter.

So, I’d like to share a couple of the more entertaining Call of Duty Tweets, and trends I’ve noticed.

It’s good to see we have our priorities straight. Fortunately, there’s texting, so gamers can pretend to care about their partners, or flirtatious women of interest, without actually hearing their potentially shrill voice.

That being said, it looks like some will take advantage of our blissfully carnage fueled female neglect.

But don’t worry! Apparently, there’s several lonely women fishing for men in Call of Duty anyway. Who needs deep, satisfying physical contact, when you can frag a female online?

Unfortunately, not all of the women playing Black Ops 2, are ripe for the plucking. Others range from cruel, to competitive.

This seemingly recent surge of busty online bruisers hasn’t gone unnoticed, with both sexes offering critical commentary on this trend.

Of course, not all girls are as enthusiastic about online bloodshed, as the ones featured above.

Fortunately, Adam seems to have a solid solution to this cock-blocking dilemma.

But, at the end of the day – sex aside, some people are just plain hungry.

Who would have thought an intelligent, Twitter-enabled look into mainstream gaming culture would gravitate towards food, homophobia, gaming and sex?

Speaking of Twitter, you can follow PlayStation LifeStyle @PSLifeStyle, and myself @Jesse_WM.

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