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12-28-2010 @ 8:10AM
I won't log in if my wife wants me to be with her. Ie if there is a movie or tv show she wants to see. I guess its just common sense but i try to prioritize my time with her.
12-28-2010 @ 8:23AM
Good way to stay married. I do something similar - I call it 'reducing spousal aggro'. Sometimes my kid will taunt and tank the spousal aggro to let me get some play in, but it works better if I just do my dailies and the occasional rep turn-in.
12-28-2010 @ 8:52AM
Pretty much this, though we're not married yet.If I can spend time with my partner I'll spend it with her rather than play WoW.Also above WoW on the priority list (although below the girlfriend) are new movies (thankfully this is shared with the gf due to us both having unlimited cinema cards) the occassional TV show (big bang theory, walking dead, and 24 - again!) and whilst probably not "entertainment" I play for a basketball club, our training sessions and matches are great fun and above WoW.Things like work, uni classes and family commitments are more important than WoW too, but are generally less fun....
12-28-2010 @ 10:42AM
Since when I started WoW, everyone I knew played on a pvp server, so I did as well. Some days it's just not worth my time to log on, because there's not much you can do when getting griefed single-digit minutes into playing. Thankfully, my wife also plays WoW, so that removes a lot of the tension other guys face. Then again, there are times when she'll start playing, then I'll join her, then she'll get off while I'm in a dungeon, and expect me to just log.
12-28-2010 @ 10:46AM
I have to give my wife credit. She allows me to play 3 nights per week (raid nights) even though we have a 14 month old, she works from home, and she watches the kiddo all day long. I owe her a lot. I do tell her though that if she ever wanted me to stop or not play a particular night I am more than willing. Contrary to what you might hear in trade WoW is not greater than Real Life.
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