Summit1g roasts Dr Disrespect and TimTheTatman over their Sea of Thieves skill - Dexerto

Summit1g roasts Dr Disrespect and TimTheTatman over their Sea of Thieves skill

Published: 22/Jan/2019 10:17 Updated: 23/Jan/2019 13:34

by Calum Patterson


Popular Twitch streamers got into a hilarious war of words vs each other over Sea of Thieves, after Jaryd ‘Summit1g’ Lazar suggested TimTheTatman and Dr Disrespect were too bad to even help.

All three are established streamers, on Twitch for many years and still regularly pulling in tens of thousands of viewers for each stream.

Summit, an experienced Sea of Thieves player, kicked things off by explaining that he wouldn’t teach TimTheTatman, or Dr Disrespect for that matter, how to get better at the game because they were so bad.

TimTheTatman, of course, got wind of this, and hit back, saying: “I will not be made fun of by someone who is half my weight, and has the same size head as me!”

Enjoying the back and forth, viewers continued to stoke the flames of this burgeoning roast session, sending Tim’s comments back to Summit1g, who responded to fire with fire.

“One, I’m probably one-third of the weight,” Summit retorts, before continuing “and I don’t have a forehead like that. Your forehead is starting to wrap around your head, you’re going to have a forehead on the back of your head!”

The pair are no doubt good friends, but that didn’t stop them getting into the pirate spirit during Sea of Thieves and entertaining their audience with a bit of verbal jousting.

Summit1g’s stream particularly has enjoyed a boost in popularity to start 2019 thanks to Sea of Thieves, and now more streamers, including TimTheTatman and Dr Disrespect, are giving the game a chance.


James Charles slays Kylie Jenner’s Halloween makeup with fierce look

Published: 27/Oct/2020 23:06

by Virginia Glaze


Social media mogul and reality tv star Kylie Jenner is known as much for her lipstick line as she is for her over-the-top Halloween costumes, and one of her 2020 looks absolutely “killed” the competition — in part due to the talents of James Charles.

As soon as Halloween rolls around — even during the current health crisis — fans look toward to the crazy costumes that celebrities will pull off, which is almost always a visual treat due to their top-tier budgets and friendships with special effects artists.

Kylie Jenner is one such celeb, who has turned heads across the net for her rendition of a Barbie doll and Ariel from the Little Mermaid — not to mention the time she dressed up as a woodland fairy.

However, her latest costume has taken a more “wild” turn, as inspired by her brand-new Cheetah-themed makeup collection.

Kylie Jenner shows off her fairy costume for Halloween.
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Kylie Jenner has completely floored fans throughout the years with her creative Halloween costumes, one of which was a classic fairy.

Partnering up with YouTuber-slash-makeup artist James Charles, Kylie decided to go full-on big cat, with Charles lending his own talents to deliver some stunning special effects.

Using tissue and liquid latex, James created three fake slash marks on her left cheek, as though Kylie had been scratched by the very Cheetah from her makeup collection.

After applying the rest of her makeup — also using the Cheetah collection — Charles completed the look by using black and red eyeshadows, as well as fake blood, to create a surprisingly realistic facial injury.

It’s clear that no cat scratch is going to get Kylie down, though, as evidenced by how amazingly fierce the entire ensemble came together, which the two showed off in a no-nonsense Instagram photo.

As for Kylie’s actual Halloween costume on the official holiday, she isn’t giving out any hints, preferring to keep it a surprise on the actual day (even though James tried his best to get her to spill the beans).


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Considering the incredible creativity behind some of her most beloved costumes in the past, fans can safely bet that it’s probably worth the wait — especially if this one is anything to go by.