Stop being a gamer, be a GOOD LOOKING one ;)

  • #1
    Hi everyone,

    Just a little story. I was very desperate a few months ago, actually it was a year and 4 months ago.

    I played WoW for over 4 years (i'm stupid i know), spent over 8 hours a day even on school days and job days EVERY SINGLE DAY. I took WoW too seriously as being MORE than a game, I had no friends except on the game and such, I looked nerdy and all, was so shy at school and when going out i was speaking to no one.

    Now, I changed a little bit, I sold my WoW account (i was just tired of the game, got boring after 4 years of doing arenas...) then stopped gaming totally. In only 4 months after that, I met LOTS OF FRIENDS (the first 2 months were shitty since i had nothing to do) just by going out walking and trying some new things. Then I met my awesome, pretty & sexy girlfriend (which is watching me writing this right now and laughing hard XD), but yeah, she is very pretty ;). So now i have lots of friends, a girlfriend, im going back to school in september, i bought a car a year ago too, i'm much more mature now and i'm 19. Also, I started going at the gym 3-4 months ago and yup, i got those muscles and girls look at me... (but i don't care I have already everything i want, an awsome girl & life)

    So, i promised something to myself, i've always loved Blizzard's games and Diablo 3 looked like CRAZY (played D2 for 3 years when i was 11). So i bought back an other computer for 800$ with a Razer mouse. Started making youtube commentary videos and i don't spend more than 3 hours a day on the game. I prefer giving to the community and being known & having friends than being a nerd no lifer. cause yes I was unfortunately.....

    So yeah, i'm very active on those forums but most of the time when I write here, i'm with my girl in her bed and she also has her laptop on her legs :P (just like right now).

    I know this story looks stupid, i'm just talking about myself and stuff but it's for people that are like me, like i were before... I know they are out there and can get out of that stupid addiction! The life is so much better when you have friends on which you can count. A game is a game, not a championship or anything. D3 is very addictive, i totally agree on that... But make sure to not waste your time on it, friends before anything else. When school come back in september, i'll barely have time to play the game, but i already have my characters lvl 60 and good geared so i won't have to play much either...

    Thank you for this big reading and i hope you've liked this ''kind of'' stupid post by me :$

    Jimmy (my girl's saying "hello gamers" haha!) =p
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  • #3
    Muscles are how you make friends didntyaknow
  • #4
    wrong forum
  • #5
    stop being jerks guys, he is 19...
    good for you man! girls are great
    now go kill some goddamn demons!
  • #6
    Well, I'm glad you changed your life around. Congratulations and all fortune to you.

    And it's good that you're proud. But... humility is a virtue. Bragging about muscles, girls, and your awesome life is kinda douchey.

    edit: the ''musculation'' tag is gold.
  • #7
    uh okay. Not all of us are the stereo type nerd behind the computer 12 hours a day with no friends and acne. A majority of us do have good to decent jobs, wive/GFs who are good looking, and take care of ourselves to an extent... I for one am joining the air force soon and going to get my bachelors degree there, and I still plan to be an avid gamer while keeping up a romantic relationship with my soon to be wife. The people you are referring to are the 10%* of gamers in the world that have no life. And more power to em imo... whatever makes you happy i belive.

    *90% of statistics are made up on the spot
  • #8
    What the fuck did I just read?
  • #9
    Implying that being a hardcore nerd who games 12 hours a day is somehow wrong even if it's what you truely love doing.
    Also implying that you know better than everyone else what's good for them.
  • #10
    was gonna write a long list of reasons why you are still having problems, suffice to say you still have issues.
  • #11
    Am I the only one that has trouble taking this post seriously when it has a big farming type ad in the signature?
  • #12
    Lol @ this troll.
  • #13
    Quote from StratoFoxglove

    What the fuck did I just read?

    Quote from akamurdoch

    was gonna write a long list of reasons why you are still having problems, suffice to say you still have issues.


    I agree with the above. Lot's of friends? Well, when you go from 1 to 3, that's a 300% increase. Plus, sexy is very subjective. When you're starving, anything edible looks like a godsend.

    "The Unchosen" Pain of Admirance Sigil (For those without -Feat of Strength-):

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  • #14
    Quote from Thorix

    I started going at the gym 3-4 months ago and yup, i got those muscles and girls look at me...


    Speaking from experience as a person who goes to gym atleast 3 times a week, it takes much longer than 3-4 months to get clearly visable muscles.
  • #15
    Quote from StratoFoxglove

    What the fuck did I just read?


    The stupidest load of bullshit ever to be posted on a forum anywhere.
  • #16
    Quote from Oncereborn

    Quote from Thorix

    I started going at the gym 3-4 months ago and yup, i got those muscles and girls look at me...


    Speaking from experience as a person who goes to gym atleast 3 times a week, it takes much longer than 3-4 months to get clearly visable muscles.


    No it doesn't. Just depends on how hard you wanna work for it.
  • #17
    Quote from Thorix

    Hi everyone,

    Just a little story. I was very desperate a few months ago, actually it was a year and 4 months ago.

    I played WoW for over 4 years (i'm stupid i know), spent over 8 hours a day even on school days and job days EVERY SINGLE DAY. I took WoW too seriously as being MORE than a game, I had no friends except on the game and such, I looked nerdy and all, was so shy at school and when going out i was speaking to no one.

    Now, I changed a little bit, I sold my WoW account (i was just tired of the game, got boring after 4 years of doing arenas...) then stopped gaming totally. In only 4 months after that, I met LOTS OF FRIENDS (the first 2 months were shitty since i had nothing to do) just by going out walking and trying some new things. Then I met my awesome, pretty & sexy girlfriend (which is watching me writing this right now and laughing hard XD), but yeah, she is very pretty ;). So now i have lots of friends, a girlfriend, im going back to school in september, i bought a car a year ago too, i'm much more mature now and i'm 19. Also, I started going at the gym 3-4 months ago and yup, i got those muscles and girls look at me... (but i don't care I have already everything i want, an awsome girl & life)

    So, i promised something to myself, i've always loved Blizzard's games and Diablo 3 looked like CRAZY (played D2 for 3 years when i was 11). So i bought back an other computer for 800$ with a Razer mouse. Started making youtube commentary videos and i don't spend more than 3 hours a day on the game. I prefer giving to the community and being known & having friends than being a nerd no lifer. cause yes I was unfortunately.....

    So yeah, i'm very active on those forums but most of the time when I write here, i'm with my girl in her bed and she also has her laptop on her legs :P (just like right now).

    I know this story looks stupid, i'm just talking about myself and stuff but it's for people that are like me, like i were before... I know they are out there and can get out of that stupid addiction! The life is so much better when you have friends on which you can count. A game is a game, not a championship or anything. D3 is very addictive, i totally agree on that... But make sure to not waste your time on it, friends before anything else. When school come back in september, i'll barely have time to play the game, but i already have my characters lvl 60 and good geared so i won't have to play much either...

    Thank you for this big reading and i hope you've liked this ''kind of'' stupid post by me :$

    Jimmy (my girl's saying "hello gamers" haha!) =p


    If you knew how to balance a game and not be addicted you could have easily managed to be fit and in shape, have friends, and a girlfriend...
  • #18
    Quote from phoulmouth

    Quote from Oncereborn

    Quote from Thorix

    I started going at the gym 3-4 months ago and yup, i got those muscles and girls look at me...


    Speaking from experience as a person who goes to gym atleast 3 times a week, it takes much longer than 3-4 months to get clearly visable muscles.


    No it doesn't. Just depends on how hard you wanna work for it.


    At most you only gain around 1pound(2kg) of muscle per month, thats 3-4 pounds(6-8kg) over the period he has suggested. and thats if you are on all kinds of supplements and strict dieting.
  • #19
    Buy his book for only 29.99 and you can be like him too.
  • #20
    I think I read something about someone so desperate for other peoples confirmation that he had to change his entire exterior.
    Altho it all just looked silly to me.

    But good for you!
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