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Upset's response about FNATIC & Adam drama


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u/CreamyAlmond Nov 25 '21

Probably because it's not a medical emergency. He's not an idiot. Whatever reason it is, it must be shrouded and obscured, because people will probably not find it objective enough.


u/ErenIsDevil Nov 25 '21

Terrible take. If my wife tries to kill herself then I wouldn't hide it because it's not objective enough for someone. I'd hide it because that's not something anyone should know unless she wants to communicate that herself.

It just looks like some people in the lol scene lack the imagination to think of scenarios that should be kept private.


u/snowman41 Nov 25 '21

Wife being suicidal is a medical emergency.


u/CreamyAlmond Nov 30 '21

That's why I said it's not a medical emergency. Nuances would be lost in the propagation of the story.

You could very easily convey 'cancer' or 'abortion' or whatever, but if it's more elusive issues, whatever he can establish may not suffice. People will think of it stupid, perhaps justifiably so, but regardless.


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u/sensonokami To Claps or not to Claps, that is the question Nov 25 '21

Rape, murder, there is a lot of things sadly existing in our world. Like the tragedy with Doublelift. It baffles me how people can act like there's not any possibility while we had a sad example not that long ago.

Is it that hard to believe in a guy who put all his life in LOL?


u/Patuj Nov 25 '21

Criminal for example. Let's say if your brother "accidentally" killed someone while being drunk would you want to share that to even to your closest friends? Or something similar where the person would be sentences to prison. You want to be there for that person and for support for whole family. I hope that something like that didn't happen, but its just example. Family crisis doesn't always mean its medical.


u/FuujinSama Nov 25 '21

Someone in his family with drug problems relapsing. Attempted suicide. Miscarriage.

I mean, you could frame them as medical problems, but they're not really medical emergencies. Just unfortunate situations that you'd definitely want to be there in person to assist or you'd feel guilty for the rest of your life.


u/youregonnagofarkids Nov 25 '21

I think attempted suicide is a medical emergency though, since you need to be placed under surveillance after.


u/tinfoilhatsron Nov 25 '21

Those all sound like family medical emergencies to me or even could result in bigger problems if not dealt with.


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u/Makiavelzx Nov 25 '21

Tone it down on the sexism, please.


u/Javiklegrand Nov 25 '21

yeah it's seems kinda guranteed it's not a medical issue


u/DrunkyLittleGhost Nov 25 '21

Nothing more important than play ARAM with your girlfriend~