The Doc was attempting a challenge that would see him win a solos match on three battle royale games in one sitting – Fortnite, Call of Duty’s Blackout and finally PUBG.
The Doc was hoping to win matches on three battle royales – but didn’t manage it on PUBG.
While The Doc gave it a shot, he was never able to secure the victory on PUBG, growing increasingly frustrated with the game until he eventually couldn’t take any more, uninstalling the game in a fit of rage.
“This fucking game sucks,” yelled Dr Disrespect, slamming his fist into his desk after being killed by an opponent. “This game sucks! I’m done with this challenge, I can’t play this shit fucking game.
While Dr Disrespect has confirmed that he’s finished with PUBG, the developers of the battle royale title are pumping out lots of new content, although they were forced to remove one of the game’s newest vehicles on January 30 due to a “critical error.”
With 330 monthly active users and 145 million users daily, Twitter is one of the most popular social media apps out there. Whether you’re a casual user, business or even the US President, nobody can resist the allure of sharing snapshots of our thoughts within 260 characters.
There are many ways to show your personality through your Twitter account. Whether it be through a funny bio, pinned Tweet, interesting profile/cover photo or unique Twitter name, there are plenty of ways that you can make your Twitter account feel more like you.
However, one limitation that a lot of Twitter users note is the lack of fonts available. A lot of users find themselves stuck with Helvetica Neue, or even Arial if they’re really lucky.
The easiest way to get custom fonts on Twitter is through third party websites.
While there is no quick fix within the app to use special fonts on Twitter, it is possible to use special fonts through the use of third-party websites or apps.
What websites are best for using special fonts on Twitter?
As with any third-party website, you should always be careful that the website you’re visiting is safe and isn’t full of malware and other potential risks to your device. Be wary of websites with a lot of pop-ups and redirects.
However, for this tutorial, we will specifically focus on LingoJam.
A lot of these third party websites, like LingoJam, can be used on smartphones as well as desktops.
Type the text you want to snazz up into LingoJam’s Fancy Text Generator, specifically in the box on the left-hand side that says ‘normal text goes here’.
On the right hand side of the screen, you should see a box that displays your Tweet in a variety of different fonts. Scroll through this box to find the font you like the best.
Highlight your Tweet in it’s chosen font, and then either click Ctrl/Command + C or simply right-click the text and select ‘copy’.
Open Twitter and log into your account.
Paste the text wherever you want to put it: this can be in your Bio – which you can access by clicking on the ‘Profile’ icon on the left-hand side, clicking the ‘Edit Profile’ button, and then pasting the text into the box that says ‘Bio’ before pressing the ‘Save’ button – or as a Tweet, wherein you can simply paste the text into the ‘What’s happening?’ box on Twitter before pressing the ‘Tweet’ button.
So, there you have it. Now you can give your Tweets that extra edge and be the envy of all your friends!