why i like to game solo



this article by Brandon Hoang at Dorkly had me loling something fierce.

while my brother and i rarely played video games together, we played enough to touch on just about all of these. particularly #5.

also, he uses the phrase "steams my broccoli". i am totally stealing that and using it as much as humanly possible...
"Nothing steamed my broccoli more than when I’d come back from a quick bathroom break (usually caused by chugging one too many Yoshi Berry sodas) only to see something was seriously wrong. I could have sworn we had eight guys left. Didn’t we? How do we only have seven now? Oh what the… did he use one of the Energy Tanks I was saving for when it was my turn!?"

to laugh to keep from crying, check the article for yourself. and then call your brother/sister/best friend and bitch them out because NO, JUSTIN, i still haven't forgotten that you turned off Final Fantasy 7 to play Oddworld: Abe's Odyssey and it took me FOREVER TO GET BACK TO THE SAME PLACE AND TO A SAVE POINT. <end nerdrage>

full article here via Dorkly.



Lisa is a gamer, crafter, fangirl, mother, wife and unabashed nerd who is pretty ridiculous and it's best you know that up front. When she's not binge watching Netflix or crafting into the wee hours of the night, you can find her spending a lot of her time on Pinterest and Twitter.

3 comments:

  1. I once erased my eldest brother's memory card. He wasn't amused. But he got his own back when he erased our old PC's harddrive and my final level Tomb Raider 3 save was lost forever. To this day, I cannot play TR3 without getting really frustrated ^^;

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  2. my husband once accidentally erased his Zelda: Twilight Princess save while being a turd to me and blamed it on me. seriously, what's with that?! :)

    video games will always cause drama, methinks.

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  3. I just came across this (Alright, alright I Google'd to see if anyone else was linking it).

    Thank you for the support!

    Best,
    Brandon

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