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Twitch streamer questioned on her camera angle gives hilarious answer

Published: 29/Nov/2019 12:48 Updated: 29/Nov/2019 15:15

by Jacob Hale

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When a viewer made a pointed comment about this Twitch streamer’s camera angle, she gave a very honest explanation as to why it’s actually “a pretty good shot.”

Some streamers have found ways over the last couple of years to enhance their stream for the viewer’s benefit, be it through different overlays, upgraded lighting, a nicer streaming area or anything else that could come under that umbrella.

But in October 2019, one streamer claimed that virtual girlfriends will take over Twitch – it was this streamer’s believe that a number of users on the platform are looking to capitalize on their assets as and when possible to gain viewers.

Twitch: FoxcombFoxcomb has been growing a lot towards the end of 2019, and is now over 40,000 followers.

However, one streamer, Foxcomb, couldn’t resist poking fun at such a premise when she engaged with her chat in a late night broadcast on November 28 and said viewer appeared to be questioning her choice of camera angle.

On a day where most Americans were sitting down to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with their families, Canadian Foxcomb was chatting with her followers when one viewer said in chat: “Wow nice camera angle… wtf,” apparently somewhat perplexed by the high-angled camera, which has been a staple in Foxcomb’s streams for a while now.

“Right? You can see my face and my vagina,” she responded in jest. “Damn, you should try it actually, it’s a pretty good f**king shot.”

Foxcomb was clearly joking when she said this, laughing it off as the clip tails off, but evidently had no intention of changing her camera angle just because one viewer had made a comment about it. The content creator was clearly comfortable and happy with where it was and she wasn’t going to change it for one person.

Foxcomb is still a relatively small streamer, at least in comparison to the big dogs, with around 40,000 followers, but this number is growing by hundreds each day so we may soon see her competing with some of the very best.

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Twitch streamer confronts DoorDash driver after console war trash talk

Published: 24/Nov/2020 19:33 Updated: 24/Nov/2020 19:42

by Michael Gwilliam

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Console wars are nothing new to video game enthusiasts. From schoolyard debates to forum threads 500 pages deep, console loyalists have fought tooth and nail since the dawn of time. Now, the battleground has shifted with even DoorDash drivers getting in on the action against customers.

During a Twitch broadcast, streamer Jameskii was playing Minecraft while waiting for DoorDash to deliver his order. Suddenly, he received a text message on his phone.

“Hold on, is my drink here?” he wondered as he grabbed his mobile device. “Oh my God! Oh my God!”

As the streamer stared down at his phone, he could hardly contain his disbelief at the message he received from the driver.

“My food delivery guy just messaged me ‘Xbox is trash as f**k,” he laughed. “I’m not kidding. My f**king DoorDash just messaged me. It says, ‘Hello, DoorDash has arrived with your order’ and the next message is ‘Xbox is trash as f**k.’”

As it turns out, the driver actually tried to call the streamer, but when Jameskii didn’t pick up, he felt the need to trash talk Xbox.

Despite all this confusion and the out of context attack on Microsoft’s console, Jameskii wondered if he should call the driver back.

“Say yeah, PlayStation is better, woo!” his friend suggested as the streamer began to redial the number.

Eventually, someone on the other end picked up. “Alright, what did you say about Xbox?” Jameskii asked point-blank.

After a few moments of silence, the driver doubled down on his earlier comment and shouted, “F**k Xbox!”

The remark had the streamer in stitches and made him burst out laughing at the absurdity of the whole situation.

While console wars have a long history dating beyond even the 90s when Nintendo and Sega duked it out, it’s unlikely that the phenomenon ever reached a point where delivery drivers partake. It just goes to show that we’re living in a strange timeline.