Ice T tells gamers how to get a girl (NSFW)

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Ice t and coco

The high point of Sexpo for me and Matty was interviewing Ice T and Coco. They were really fun to chat with and filled with some of the best quotes we heard all day. Warning, Ice-T uses adult language so don’t watch this video if you’re keeping your ears virginal. Or you’re at work.

Here is the video that yet again proves that Ice T is a real gamer, who has game.

For those who can’t watch videos but want to know what he had to say, Ice T explains that a gamer shouldn’t tell a woman his K/D ratio, calling that “Pussy repellant”. Coco agrees that it’s important for a man to have a hobby, and gaming is an excellent one, but that you shouldn’t expect your lady to know or like all the things you play. She loves to partner up when Ice T plays racing games – she even plays games herself.

Ice T also had something to say when it comes to super heroes, although his most insightful comment is about the benefits of online gaming. Sure, we all bemoan the lack of couch co-op; we get irritated that all games with multiplayer need to be played online. However, Ice T points out that it’s way better for relationships – he no longer needs to have a “house full of dudes” in order to play games. He can play with his friends, but when it’s time to get busy with Coco, he can finish playing and get his game on.

I hope you watched the video all the way to the end. Somehow, the outtro just keeps making me giggle. Big thanks again to Ice T, Coco and the organizers of Sexpo for making this possible.

Last Updated: September 26, 2014

Zoe Hawkins

Wielding my lasso of truth, I am the combination of nerd passion and grammar nazi. I delve into all things awesome and geek-tastic. You can read more of my words over at www.borngeek.co.za, or just follow me on all the social networks to get the true range of my sarcasm and wit.

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