Does gaming interrupt with your social life? Tell us about it, do you stay in more, stopped hanging around with friends? Has it effected your love life etc?
Gaming is not my life in fact it is quite the opposite. Gaming is something I might do, if I don’t have anything else to do. I work long hours and that will always be the priority. If I have company round it would not occur to me to interrupt that to play a computer game. My life in the real world will always take preference over my life on the live servers. I don’t think it could ever affect my love life, as a person in the real world will always be more important than a game. It does worry me, as so many people seem to live in a virtual world. The people on your MySpace who you have never met are not your “friends”. The cuddle you got on Facebook was not a real cuddle. Get out in the fresh air. Get a job. Make some real friends. Do something different. The internet and Xbox Live is something to fall back on for a couple of hours when you have nothing else to do. Believe me, there is more to life than a good Halo rank or high achievement scores. You need to find a balance between them, as just living your life on Xbox Live, MSN, MySpace etc is just not healthy. I know that this will not be a popular attitude on here, but it is just that way I feel.
TODAY’S FACTS: 26th February:
Michael “three hairstyles at once” Bolton was born on this day in 1954 in New Haven, Connecticut.
In Kuwait today it is Liberation day. It has been 17 years since the Iraqis got kicked out. It comes one day after Kuwait’s National Day – good timing!
The very great and good Mr Bill Hicks sadly died from pancreatic cancer on this day in 1994.
..."Thank you, come again"...
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