>someone on here asks for a game on steam
>gift it to them
>they remove me the next day
I mean I got the game for free but it still kinda hurts
you fool.... -_-
a relationship like that can never last... its built upon an awkward foundation. Consider this:
A homeless man sits outside the local library -_- he is drenched in piss and wears his shame like a second skin... next to him is a crude cardboard sign advertising: "money please..."
the average person... has far too much shame to be friends with a hand that had once shown them pity. -_-
There are ways to form unbreakable online friendships -_- but free gifts are not that way.
>gift someone something he asked for
It's five bucks to make an account visible and friendable, been a problem the last couple times people have demanded I used steam. I live without it though, since I don't play games that aren't
ascii based roguelikes and micromanagement simulators