Kotaku - Reader Kyle really, really wants to play Overwatch, but he hasn’t been able to buy it. Hoping to earn a copy—using wit alone—he wrote to Blizzard about his valiant efforts to convince his wife he needs it.
You had to ask your wife about getting a game? I bet she didnt ask for your permission when she bought that dress or that handbag or those "N"th pair of shoes. Seriously something wrong here if you have to run such mundane thing past your wife. Its like you are 4 and shes your mom.
This was all a joke lol..... Like the letter was sarcastic and made up and blizzard went along with the joke after reading replying another funny message to him playing his game.
Kyle needs to grow a pair of balls and put his wife in her place. We are becoming a gender of limp wristed pussies. Harden the f**k up and buy yourself a copy of the game geez
I never considered myself an alpha male, but if this is what a beta male is, I guess I am an alpha. Pretty weird to type that to be honest. But my lady is also an alpha, so I guess it's just all about mutual respect, and balance.
What can you expect from a Kotaku reader.
Another fine example of gaming journalism.
What kind of relationship could this be that the husband has to ask his wife permission to buy a game??? Let alone the husband standing on top of a table and yelling to said wife, this is a very weird marriage. His transcript of their conversation sounds so Immature. What do I know, you guys can decide whats going on here.
That chick better have the best pussy in the world for that guy to be neutered like that.
Why the fuck do you need to ask permission from your wife to buy a video game, or anything for that matter??? If I'm buying something with my own money, my wife would have ZERO say in it, it's my money I will buy whatever I want.
The email was a joke...lol like its trolling
I know this is supposed to be a joke though not a funny one. But this idea of grown men having to ask permission from their wives to buy something exists in real life and the first time I found out this was a thing I was shocked! Like there are some actual grown up married men that ask their wives for permission on how to use their own money. I just couldn't comprehend it.
What is more amazing: the fact that a Blizzard rep actually decided to reply to the joke, or the fact that seemingly none of you understand that the original message was a joke? Did you read it? The descriptors? The playful imagery? Did you look at the picture? Do you honestly think the ridiculous message is how their relationship functions? I would say use your critical thinking, but considering how easy this is to comprehend, that would be an insult to the concept of critical thought.
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