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How Does Snow Affect Your Gaming?

I, for one, live in NYC, and I grow tired of this white precipitation falling from the sky known as snow. Yes it is all pretty when it first hits the ground, and you may even get to stay home from school or work, but someone has to shovel this crap! The snow has done nothing but hinder my gaming!

Here is what the snow did for me:

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Kran2836d ago

1. I can not leave my house to pick up any new releases but get to look out my window at pretty snow. - Im sure you could managed a few extra days without it.
2. I have to spend a couple of hours shoveling snow, reducing my overall gaming time. - How many hours do you play a day? 20 out of 24?
3. Recovering from shoveling has left me in a state of exhaustion that leaves me with no desire to play anything except a rousing game of take a nap. - You dont have to play games ALLLLLL the time you know.
4. Luckily my internet has held firm, but I have heard stories from friends that their internet has slowed or stopped working all together. - Play single player games while you wait for your internet to speed up.
5. The snow has increased my overall World of Warcraft time, leaving me with an alt character that has grown nicely, but other games neglected. - And the problem with that is.....

I sound harsh, I know, but seriously. It's snow. Go out with your friends and have a snowball fight or something. EXCERSISE!

gillri2836d ago

we had big snow in the UK over December to

HarryMonogenis2836d ago

"Recovering from shoveling has left me in a state of exhaustion that leaves me with no desire to play anything except a rousing game of take a nap."

If this is true, you really need to exercise more.

PimpHandHappy2836d ago

ok so let me ask you... have you ever seen 2 feet of snow? Have you ever shoveled 2 feet of snow?

a pro athlete would be pooped after 2 hours of lifting a 20 pound shovel filled with snow 2000 times

dkblackhawk502836d ago

It takes out the damn power...

Kran2836d ago

Not every time it doesn't.