A Twitch streamer was left fuming after poor internet connectivity plagued his broadcast until he finally exploded with rage, taking it out on his keyboard.
There is nothing more frustrating than mentally being ready to jump into your favorite game or watching a movie on Netflix when the internet drops out, quickly spoiling your evening plans as you spend the next hour on the phone with your ISP.
However, one Twitch streamer took his frustrations to an extreme level when his internet connection continuously failed him during his broadcast, and after failing to fix the issue, took all his rage out on his keyboard... Literally.
Streamer ‘neekynooky’ was settling in for a couple hours of Teamfight Tactics when his broadcast started having issues from the very beginning. “It’s freakin' bipolar, bro. Either work or don’t work. Now it doesn’t want to work again. I swear to God...” he complained to his chat.
When someone told him to call up his ISP again, he explained that he had someone coming over to fix it soon. “I have a technician coming tomorrow at 10 in the morning," the streamer said, before getting angry and lifting the keyboard over his head. "I swear to God, I’m going to break this!”
As the streamer sat there and stewed in his frustrations, he suddenly began to huff and puff as he aggressively snatched up his keyboard and held it above his head, with his hands shaking in rage.
However, he decided to put his keyboard down, and then yelled “Dude look!” as he replied to his chat and continued to show them his internet browser not loading.
Neekynooky, clearly agitated, ranted “It’s 2019, I live in a first world country and my internet is not working!” before he exploded in rage as he picked up his keyboard, snapped it in half over his knee, and completely obliterated it.
He then stood up and threw what remained of his keyboard across the room before sitting back down. “There goes my keyboard, broken." the Teamfight Tactics streamer exclaimed. "I can’t deal with this! I have to go before I break everything in my house!"
Neekynooky's stream finally came to an end after just 13 minutes – three quarters of which were spent trying to get his internet to work.
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