Gamer on video dating
As someone who just spent 20 hours playing a Pokémon Red she purchased off e-bay, I kind of hate to cast shade on those who love video games. They’re fun, they’re all absorbing, and they provide you a sense of purpose in a barren, mass produced world that has been stripped of meaningful human connection as people are objectified into consumers for our commercialized capitalist dystopia. That said, just like there’s a difference between someone who drinks and an alcoholic, there’s a difference between someone who plays video games and “a gamer.” And, I’ve dated all sorts — people who drank responsibly, people who were (in my estimation) alcoholics, people who video gamed responsibly, and people who were (in my estimation) video gaming self destructively. There are answers the internet provides are usually things like “when your social life begins to suffer” or “when your job begins to suffer” etc. And like, yeah, those can be warning signs, but they don’t really cast a light on the .So — here are two examples from my personal life, but I’ve changed some details for the anonymity of my exes.Legend says that the great comic book warrior, Stan Lee, fought a giant kaiju. Each NR writer had to be tested for endurance by watching M. Online dating is big business and so is video games.I was dating another programmer in SF who went out drinking with people in the SF startup scene like, every other night.
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Websites like Game Crush allow you to play your favorite titles against beautiful women (for a fee of course) while the hilariously named Shag A Gamer offers no-strings-attached love connections ala Adult Friend Finder.