Gaming is a great hobby. But it's even better when people have someone to enjoy it with. Could games be the best dating service?
"Gaming is a great hobby. But it's even better when people have someone to enjoy it with" No it isn't. Leave me alone in peace and let me play my games and watch something on my laptop thanks. When playing a game, there is nothing worse than somebody who wants to talk to you.
I feel like I have become more stupider by reading this trash
I've been married a while. My wife has no interest in gaming. That is fine. She likes to crochet. I have no interest in that. It is fine. We make plenty of time for each other but we also make time for ourselves as well.
So another article wrtitten by the same person at CheatCC about videogames and relationships... Sounds like this person needs to go find someone he/she/it is happy with and stop putting this trash out there as if others have the same social problems they do.
I love gaming! I love it, I love it, I love it, but......I love vagina more! I am lucky and my wife loves to game just as much as me. She has her own ps4 and psn account and will straight merc a player in Destiny, GR Wildlands, The Division ect. She is my go to partner in any game. But even if she didn't play, I would still pause for the cause at the drop of a hat! Games come and go, a real person to share your life with is more valuable then all the gaming in the world. If I had to choose between never gaming again or never getting laid again, I would simply reply "Gaming? What the hell is that?"LOL
Aren’t games used for finding love already in some form or another? From personal experience, it doesn't matter whether my girlfriend plays games or not. It's fine either way, and both ways have pros and cons, like I'm sure anyone here could tell you. Think of it like this: are you fine with possibly sharing your system/games and possibly deleting her saves when you break up or having someone who doesn't relate to your beloved hobby (or plays sometimes) and may never understand?
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