Je suis joined jewels.
- Jan 19, 2009
I balanced it, and now I'm a gamer with honor roll status and a classically trained ear. Better then can be said about some of my non-gaming friends.
Mind=blownFrozen Donkey Wheel2 said:I'm just going to tell you one fact about my life that just might blow your mind.
I learned to play the guitar and I play videogames.
Correction: SOME young kids don't know any better. That's how Darwinism works.RetiarySword said:
comadorcrack said:You know what.
Fine, go on then, Leave gaming behind. We Won't miss you.
But don't you dare Blame your lack of greatness on gaming. You should have grabbed the bull by the horn yourself, you should have had the strength to say I'll play you later, I have to do this.
Just because you're weak don't go blaming it on streams of Code on a TV screen.
Feel free to go on you bag of dick!
So long, farewell, auf Wiedersehen, adieu
You both are awesome and deserve a drink/cookie/sweet of your choosing.Funkiest Monkey said:Games are not the source of your problems, you are. You lacked the motivation to get out there and now you're using the videogames as a scapegoat for your "failures".
Gaming is a legitimate hobby and is something that is accepted in the mainstream media nowadays. It's no more addictive than any other hobby can be. You could have easily done any of those things you wanted and still played games.
But you know what? It's never too late. Take up the guitar, join a sports club, do whatever you want! If you want to do something, go and do it! Nothing is stopping you. There's a world of opportunities out there and it's up to you to go find them. Carpe Diem. Seize the day.
Or, alternatively, you can sit at home and ***** about how games have fucked your life up.
Me? I'm gonna carry on gaming, do whatever the hell I want to do and enjoy myself. Not dwelling on "what might have been".
P.S. Don't deprave your future kids of videogames. It's up to you as the parent to monitor and control what your children get up to at an early age. With the correct guidance, they could very well do sports or learn an instrument, while enjoying videogames occasionally.
Shit. I'm not usually this motherly and serious. Sorry if this came off as "holier-than-thou" aswell, I was just trying to help. My position isn't perfect either, y'know. But with the right motivation you can do anything.
thats a very good point (not one ive heard before either) i guess you cant blame a brick wall if you're stupid enough to walk into itkordan11 said:Sorry for the bluntness mate, but if you let gaming get in the way of all the things you wanted to do... it's not the games' fault.