Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Jakeman, Jul 14, 2001.
I think he's evil. (j/k)
To think,I was worried about frightening the children.
. Mad quoting time .
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Heh. I meant we should start repetatively quoting each other...
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DAMNIT JAKE, THERE IS NO SPOON!
..oops, wrong movie
<phbbt!> Do you think that's air you're breathing? <phbbt!><flarb!>
I loved that.
Hehe, specially with the old lady baking cookies... HA! <bflarb!> Mmm, smells good, doesn't it?
Not necessarily eveil, but a bit confused. My wife said that i was going to get my computer priviledges revoked if I didn't go for a hike to spend som quality time with her and the dogs. So I told her as long as I was home by about 9 am (it was a Sunday and the church of Diablo x-pac was calling) I would be up for it.
Small sacrifice (but painful, I imagine it is what a heroine addict feels like away from the needle) for the ones I love!
My wife has limited me to only 4 days a week of playtime....the rest are her days and I gotta pay attention to her!!! eeek!!!
Cindy asked me if you wanted her to send your wife a letter on how to live with a crack addict, I mean D2X gamer. It was really funny at the time, guess you had to be there though.
I feel so lucky, the only restrictions she puts on me are that the household chores need to get done and she needs time to play d2x as well.
Of course I voluntarily restrict my time (sometimes) in order to stave off the potential removal of gaming privileges.
Life can get really tough. I get about an hour in every morning before work and about 1.5 right after work. It is going to be tough to extend it beyond that during the week. On the weekends I can get at least 3 hours each day if I play my cards right and never say "I'll only be on for a few minutes", that gets me into trouble.
Ah, that's a relief to know it wasn't voluntary. We now know it's you wife that's EVIL . Er, um, she doesn't have powers or anything, does she (ie over other people, not just you, that's a given, really)
Ok, so who did you sell your soul to to find a woman who likes D2X?
umm, her. I think?
actually it took quite a few years of working on her to get her to see the enjoyment of video/computer games. Tomb Raider helped out a lot to really get her hooked.
I have been trying the same plan. She will play games like Zues on the PC and seems to enjoy them. The problem I face is that with us both in grad school she doesn't have time during the semester to play so I have to get her started on it over and over between semesters. It can be a lot of work!
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