So I was playing TF2 today and going through the same rigamarole as always, enjoying myself, when a thought occurred to me. I really like this game. We've all said it a thousand times in the two years the game's been out, we've all had the same thoughts, "It's funny, it's unique, the gameplay is both challenging and amusing; it's a hilarious and well-made game, etc. etc." But since those two years it seems to me that the humourous element of the game has been diminished, if only slightly. Why? To me personally it is impossible to ever stop truly enjoying TF2. Every match is unique, every death is sillier than the last, every kill is more satisfying. But I think the problem is that inevitably people become so wrapped up in the competitive element of a multiplayer game like TF2 that they begin to infuse it with an unnecessary amount of serious thought, and become angry over stupid things or if they cannot be the best player on the field, etc. So my question to Halflife2.net is, how many of you make a point of being a source of humour out on the battlefield? How many of you use the response menu not only to communicate without a mic, but to give life to your class and to the game world and to the situation, to make people laugh? How often do you taunt? Do you consigned yourself to death at times if only to produce a comedic effect? Or do you get mad when someone airblasts you into a ravine or BONK!s you just as a spinning saw blade approaches? Just taking a survey of opinions on the matter.