Quote from site: A few years ago, my youngest brother asked me a question in front of my dad about a new video game coming out. Before I could respond by saying that yes, I was excited about its release, my dad interrupted by saying "Eddy's too old to do things like that anymore".
You see, as long as I can remember, people have been telling me that gaming is for kids, or that I'm too old to still be doing it. I don't quite understand the way this works in people's brains, but for some reason, spending my time reading a book or watching TV would be far more acceptable socially than playing an RPG or tea-bagging a dude in Halo 3. Ok, kidding about that last part (mostly), but you know what I mean: people view gaming as a kid's hobby that you "grow out of", given time.