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11-14-2009 @ 11:53AM
I agree, I wouldn't date someone that I had nothing in common with.If games are a big part of your life and your lifestyle, you need to get that out on the table on the first date or so. Sure the chick might be "hawt" but really, after you get all you can out of that arrangement... you're going to be sad when she doesn't "like" games and is intellectually stunted.Also the women of the world need to start evolving a tad, both ourselves and when raising girls of the next gen. We are living in a different world than the one our mothers were raised in, this isn't Barbie land anymore. Slap that dolly out of your kids hand. Cancel the tea party and give her the same darn computer keyboard you just put in little Timmy's hand with the SAME games (none of this stupid vet tech, ride-a-pony, bake-a-virtual-cake fluff game crap) Parents need to stop raising girls in such a sexist moronic way, and then there would be more confident, competent tech savvy girls out there. :(I am so thankful my parents did it for me when I was a little girl. My boyfriend who games with me, is thankful as well. :)
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