World of Warships – Sweating Bullets

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There’s an expression we use in the British military to describe someone under a lot of pressure – we say they’re “Sweating bullets”. There’s also the one about their sphincter muscle doing the old 50 pence/5 pence trick, but that’s another matter.

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  1. How is ye all on this rather average day made better by jingles

  2. the only reason I’m this early is because i had to get up to do home schooling
    and by do i mean start and then get distracted

  3. ‘This is Jezza’ you reckon he likes speed and power Jingles?

  4. I didn’t know Jeremy Clarkson played WOWS. 😀

  5. Imagine forgetting that Smaland has a radar

  6. “What the hell was that?” from the Salem was really good highlight from this video (and his clan tag OOF really makes this more funny than it should :D)

    • yep 🙂
      Also, it was nice to see someone not getting frustrated because he got hit with a lot of damage but instead kept it friendly in chat 🙂 would have been a compliment if I were there.

  7. Regarding Marceau: I mean, he could be worse. He could be the shima player.

    • @Gundolf300 That shima was just 1 point of the no.2 in the team on XP so he must have done something right. I just cannot figure out what…

    • @boristhebarbarian His points for gun damage on the Marceau would have been worth something as it’s % of the ship that gives value

    • Shima did nothing right and yet he has more stars than the Marceau. I can think of no greater condemnation of the Ranked system in wows than this.

    • tbf he threw the game anyway, he definitely stopped for caps when he should’ve known Jezza was at 2 HP and was definitely fast enough to catch a located BB. Potato player in my books…

  8. Enemy Salem: “WTF was that????

    I almost fell off my chair when I saw that in chat. That my friend is what we call a paddling and It hit so hard his grandkids screamed!

    • I have the ONLY good commander for my Thunderer, the all mighty Jingles and he brings tears to my eyes when I ”Bitch-slap” a cruiser with it as he says ”That’s paddling” xD

  9. “How many hitpoints? Yep, both of them” that cracked me up xD

  10. The swedish ship – just say “small-land” – it sounds almost like it’s supposed to be pronounced

    • And even if the pronunciation would still be slightly off, the meaning would be right.

    • If you think Brits of the vein of Jingles care about foreign pronunciation, you didn’t watch his Dunkerque video a week or two ago.

    • @TeeFFW Since it’s not French I don’t think Jingles would mind pronouncing it correctly. But I do not expect him to put any effort into it.

  11. Jezza: Tonight. I try to survive in a damaged Battleship held together by tape.

  12. Tonight, James drinks some tea, Richard has a crash… Again, and I captain a battleship with SPEEEED and POWAHHHH.

  13. I also had a Shima on my team that got into gunfights with enemy cruisers but mine was worse. He yelled for help in chat, and I steamed towards him at full speed in my Grosser Kurfurst and even managed to get there in time to rescue him. As thanks he sent his torpedoes into me and then yelled in chat that I blocked his torpedoes on purpose. And the he reported me.

  14. “Thunderer and Grosser Kurfurst… both battleships armed .. or potentially armed with 18” guns”…. well 50% right… I think the sliderule in the saltmines must be faulty again… don’t ever change :-)! What’s that?… click… bang….

  15. “You be the judge.” No, Jingles, I don’t come here to be the judge, I come here to see youn judge people.

  16. I thought Jezza would have been using hammers and going full speed the whole game

  17. The Amazing Goldfish

    That’s all I’m asayin.

  18. all I could hear was Jezza’s : “sometimes my genius is…it’s almost frightening”

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