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It actually happens a lot Smiley Happy look up, people meeting in MMOs lol

Well I know a lot of people get married in games like WoW or something but thats virtual. 

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You can be as skeptical as you like. I'm here for a thread to see how video games affect people relationships in contrasted to mine not prove anything to you.
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You can be as skeptical as you like. I'm here for a thread to see how video games affect people relationships in contrasted to mine not prove anything to you.

Thanks. I didn't ask for proof. I merely expressed my skepticism. Smiley Wink

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Lol.
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I'd had gf who are gamers, some that aren't, I've never had any problems between mi relationships and videogames, mostly because I always find a good way to balance them.

My studies at university usually suffered because of those two factor though xD
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I wouldn't really call my Wife a "gamer." She loves her iPad / iPhone games and will sometimes play certain PS3 / Wii titles with me, but by no means is she into them like I am.

 

We've been married for 8 years now. I normally play video games when she is at work. (I work mornings / she works nights.)

When she's home or we both have the same day off, we have our time together. Unless of course she is playing on her iPad, then I may whip out my PSV. Or, as I said above, sometimes we'll play games together (Rock Band / PS Move titles / etc.) Smiley Happy

 

I'd say I have found a great balance between my video game time and time with my Wife.

Actually, here is my story about how I pretty much hid my love for video games until after we got married. Smiley Tongue

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Yep we're married in real life. Why does that surprise you so much? :-)
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What's a relationship?
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