Study shows gamers more likely to drink, smoke weed, ignore friends:
"Researchers at Brigham Young University in Utah talked to 813 university students across the US, and found that as the amount of time playing video games went up, the quality of relationships with friends and family went down."
You mean to say spending most of the day blowing up pixellated terrorists is detrimental to real-life relationships? This is news to us. Discursive Digressions always thought the reason our friends didn't call anymore was because we let off loud farts in uncomfortable social situations and slept with our best friends' mothers. This explains everything.