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This Week in Gaming Foolery: December 15-21

One thing we can all (hopefully) agree on is that the internet is always good for some frequent laughs. In this newly-formed series titled “This Week in Gaming Foolery,” we take a look at some random esports and gaming-related shenanigans, memes, clips, and other funny moments across social media from the previous week.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at some of this past week’s LOLs from an always-active and humorous gaming community.

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One of the major developments the week of December 15-21 was Twitch’s ban of the words ‘simp,’ ‘virgin,’ and ‘incel.’ As part of a crackdown on “sexually focused terms” on its platform, Twitch announced that it will ban users who use the terms as insults by streamers or chatters. The internet reacted…

These recent additions to the Twitch terms of service apparently incited the use of the word ‘simp’ significantly more than usual.

TSM content creator Myth put his comedic spin on the news…

Back to the Academy for streamer turned failed shinobi JustaMinx

Swag… even if it was by accident.

Totinos-themed holiday album from 100 Thieves content creator Jack “CouRage” Dunlap on the way soon??

Facts. With the gaming setup too.

“I’m 14,” lmao. Foolery from an E-Date hosted by content creator Kai Robinson (2 mill on TikTok  ✔️) featuring Chronic content creator Ebanks.

That boy Swaz a fool! 😂 #troll

The 17-year-old content creator from New York is steady on his way to becoming one of the funniest content creators on YouTube. Addison Rae agrees… (no troll job with the Rae follow on this one.)

FaZe Jev unleashed… toxicity is definitely a thing in gaming…

I meeeean this is a bop (like many video game soundtracks,) but the cat though??! Props to newworldartur.

This has been your weekly reminder that the gaming verse is fundamentally fun, extravagantly entertaining, and full of foolery. Check out last week’s foolery here.

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