Here it is: an hypothetical DVD cover of a Team Fortress 2 - GTA hybrid. Or just TF2 with a GTA-style boxart. Or GTA with TF2's graphical style. Or... whatever.
EDIT: a little explanation: the size of each pic is basically how much I hate whatever is represented in them. In no particular order:
Snipers: I like snipers as characters, as a class... however I hate those people that join a server, go sniper and simply shoot, and never say a word or listen to anything. I'm pretty sure that you've seen them if you've played TF2 for a while.
Pyros: Pyro is my absolute favourite and most played class, but when I have to fight agaisnt another pyro I'm always the one who dies.
Soldier: the Pyros' bane. Well, they used to be. Now you can airblast their own rockets back at them. But good luck doing that if you meet one in a closed space!
Demomen: 2 words, sticky bombs.
Heavies: well, "Sasha" is more adequate. That and her absolute deadlyness in close range.
Level 1 sentry guns: yes, level 1. The easiest to destroy, yet the ones that kill me the most. I have absolutely no idea why.
People calling for Medic: when I'm not a medic, it's not nice to see the chat window cluttered by "MEDIC!"s. And when I'm a medic, my GUI doesn't like it either. (what's up with all the people calling for medic right outside the spawn and at full health?)
Badlands (pic with the BLU logo): I hate that map.
Ubers: if I had to remake this pic today I'd change this. Since the Pyro update and the ability to airblast enemies, dealing with ubers has become much easier.
Scouts: holy mango I hate Scouts. They're incredibly annoying and impossible to take out if you're alone agaisnt 2 or 3. (unless you're carrying Natascha around)
Ubered people using their melee: I actually find this funny, except that if I try to do it myself, people insult me (I got kicked once).
Medics: the fact that most of the time they're healing someone, who becomes pissed if you kill his medic, but is impossible to kill without killing the medic first. Also, the Blutsaughter.
Party mode: I hate how it's never turned on.