Eventually i just got the wife her own gaming system so she would leave me alone and "GET" it. Oh buddy she is hooked on AC:Brotherhood. lol it tends to leave me alot of time to race Maybe for Valentines day you should get her her own PS3 . lol. Oh yeah also if you guys want to run some laps hit me up. Frikkingsweet265 and i have about 30 or so other peeps that i run with so its never a boring time.
heh, i've never full blown fallen asleep, but i did doze off the other day. suddenly came to and i was coasting off the track. i did the 300k at grand valley yesterday and i got a wicked case of nintendo thumbs today
My wife would never say anything to me about my gaming. I was gaming before I met her and I'll be gaming after she's gone if I live that long. Not liking my gaming habits is a deal breaker. As long as I do my chores and responsibilities, she would not utter one word about my gaming (I play 30-60 hours a week, retirement is cool). We do have an agreement though... If I'm not playing online and she needs me for ANYTHING, I pause and go help without hesitation. If I'm playing online, leave Daddy alone. But I do my responsiblities FIRST, then game all I want. Wifes that whine about hubby's gaming are not really complaining about the game, it's the lazy toad who won't get off his duff to help Mama is why he gets greifed about it.
My husband has labeled me a GT5 "addict"
I told him "it's this or drag racing my El Camino."
"Speed only counts if you can make the next turn." Jessica King #22
I have to give a +1 to the suggestions on getting a second system. I bought two PS3s when the Fat PS3 died & I have to say that was the best money I spent in 2010. Dr. Mrs. The Revengel plays hockey upstairs, I play GT5 downstairs, we watch the Caps when they're on TV and all is well the land.
For the most part.
Gotta also give a +1 to the "DO NOT DANCE" comment.