Video Game Nazi

As I write this late-in-the-day blog post, I have come to realize that I am a video game nazi.

The Roommate is playing my XBox with his hard drive and while I really want to play my game, I know I have to be patient and let him have his turn. (Long story short – his XBox died and so he’s been using his hard drive on my system. XBox is fabulous that way.)

I could spazz out and demand that I be able to play, but I won’t. I’m not a “Sit and Watch” kind of person. Nor do I like people telling me how to play my game. Kyle bought me UFC Undisputed 2010 as a late birthday present (Manly, I know, but I love the UFC) and it’s taking me a while to learn everything. Kyle and Roommate have been suggesting how to train, etc., but I’d rather just figure it out myself. Nazi? Maybe. Control freak? Definitely.

Taking a break is probably good for me actually. When I lose I get frustrated, and I really don’t think I could afford to buy a new controller. (Yeah, I throw them when I’m mad. Bad idea.)

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On a completely different note, there is a magpie nest just outside my bathroom/bedroom window and the Momma bird is doing a very good job waking me up every morning. Oh the joys of spring.

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On another different note, I keep thinking today is Wednesday. Boo.

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One thought on “Video Game Nazi

  1. I’m not much of a video game person, but I really can’t stand watching other people play. I get so dang bored, and if it’s actually a game that I like to play then I get frustrated with the way they’re doing things!
    I’m so odd.

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