Teabagging Someone

You may want to know how to teabag someone if you feel like taking revenge in a video game and really ticking someone off. Teabagging is a common practice in video games, and it’s usually done to annoy and antagonize the one being teabagged. It’s quite humorous, and it can make for a fun activity if you become bored with the video game you’re playing.

To teabag someone, you will need:

  • A video game console
  • A FPS (first person shooter) game such as "Call of Duty" or "Halo"
  1. To teabag someone, it must be done when the person you wish to teabag is dead. This means that he has died in the game and his corpse is lying on the ground in some location of the map. When the person you wish to teabag is dead, begin approaching the corpse.
  2. Stand directly over the head of the corpse. This can take some practice, but after awhile you should be able to accurately stand over the corpse of the player without even looking down.
  3. Begin pressing the “crouch” button over and over. Some controllers place the crouch button on the bumper buttons, while others can toggle crouch by pressing down on the analog sticks. Either way, this will cause your player to move up and down as if he/she is actually teabagging the victim.
  4. You can teabag for as long as you’d like, but be careful. If a person on the opposite team sees you doing this, this will cause them to want to zero in on you more than anyone else because it is considered disrespectful and irritating.
  5. Teabag moderately. Teabagging can cause verbal confrontations between players. In some cases, opponents may get so angry that they end up reporting you for some reason or another. Because of this, make sure that you don’t do it too much.

 

 

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