Is it just me?
i guess the kids that were into them when i was a kid (electronic table tennis thing – pong??) are now grown up and have more disposable income.
Yep… they have grown up and now make games using their boundless imagination, and sell them to other people of their generation.
Baby boomers kids may be the first generation to continue playing into adulthood. But as adults we have the resources and intelligence to do cooler stuff 🙂Posted 4 years agoversesSubscriber
binners – Member
You think you’ve got problems? I don’t like biscuits! Or cakes! I’m cake indifferent, much prefer savory things.
My wife likes baking cakes. Too many cakes.
I end up having to eat them as they go to waste otherwise.
This means I feel I shouldn’t eat my savory snacks as I’ve already eaten a lot of cake…
My life is hell.Posted 4 years ago
verses – I feel your pain brother
I can’t be alone here.
I am, aren’t I? I’m a freak! 😥
There was a great story on 6 music yesterday. Someone said their grandma made their grandads lunch every day. Every day he would have the same. Lemon curd sandwiches. After a long and happy life together, she passed away.
So they went to make him his usual lunch, but he said he fancied something different, as he had never liked lemon curd.
“But you’ve been eating it every day for over 50 years. Why?”
“I didn’t want to make a fuss” 😆Posted 4 years agotakisawa2Subscriber
Perhaps you should send a strongly worded, hand written letter to the game Developer. They might be tempted to bring out a good old fashioned board game version for you. They could even do a De-Luxe version, with the dice enclosed in one of those clear plastic domed things that you press down on. The possibilities are endless.Posted 4 years ago
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