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Have A Nice Life. Lag — Describes the time delay between a player requesting an action and the character in-game performing it. All In Good Fun. Popular Pages What does CS mean? Often said at the start of the game.

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I Have No Clue. Thank God Transgender Too Good. Add a definition for this slang term.

Average of 45 votes: Good Bye My Love. You Have Been Warned. Often used to say a player is going back to base to recharge. Ever wondered what GLHF means?

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This is usually done in a patch. Patch — A software release from the developer after the game is released, often to fix bugs. You Have Been Trolled. For public good Latin. Good Luck On The Rebuild. Most vulgar Where is this slang used?

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Mash Until No Good. Good Night and Everything. Popular Pages What does CS mean?

Okay, Thanks, Bye usually used dismissively. Being good at something, cool. HP — Hit points. You Have No Idea. There’s a good lad. Asta La Vista, goodbye. RTS — Real-time strategy is another genre of games.

Buff — An effect that is placed on a character that makes g,hf stronger or gives them a benefit like more experience. Sounds Good To Me. Used in CS matches” – don’t thank us. AOE — Area of effect. FTW — For the win. Good Luck To You. Mana — A limited resource that is needed to cast certain spells and abilities.

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What does GLHF mean? Good Luck Good Looking. Tell a friend about InternetSlang. Fast Moving Consumer Goods.