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2-13-2012 @ 12:11PM
I've long said that it is impossible to have a normal, adult conversation about video games without sounding like a 12-year-old boy.
2-13-2012 @ 1:18PM
And I think it's great!Somewhere I read that "We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing" (Bernard Shaw said it according to the internet, the problem with internet quotes is you never now for sure)
2-13-2012 @ 2:19PM
I'm 47, married, kids, house, and career. With all the responsibility involved, sometimes it's good to take a break from the world, remember being 12 again, and go kill some dragons.
2-13-2012 @ 5:02PM
@marcoscr05: "Don't trust everything you read on the Internet." - Mark Twain ;)That said, my parents don't really understand WoW either and that's fine. They just know it as "your game" and that I play it with other people, and that sometimess I visit those other people in real life (gogo Jersey yearly meetup!)My mom came in one time while I was flying around herbing on my druid. She just said "Is that you?" referring to the bird on the screen. And I said "Yup." And that was that, really. She plays Farmville so she kind of understands the upkeep virtual worlds require, though.
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