It seems women dislike men who play video games. I personally play football and do kick boxing... but i also like to play pc games in my free time. Is that seen as a turn off for a woman? Don't get me wrong I'm not going to stop doing what i want, i just find it interesting. Like i get the impression women stereotype guys that play them as weak or something... without trying to be a cocky dick... I would likely dismantle 90% of their male boyfriends/friends in 10 seconds flat. you can call me mystic mac predict these tings. They can't take my left hand shot.
but yeah let me know what you think... +1 to those who got the reference. Surprise surprise the king is back.
Most Helpful Girl
I don't mind men who play video games. I was a gamer myself back in the day. But now I'm 24 and have other priorities, so I only rarely play now, and only casually. It's totally fine if a guy plays video games as long as he can also be an adult and do what he needs to. Work, bills, responsibilities, etc.
My ex would spend all of his off days playing Pokemon (which I love, for the record) instead of doing dishes or any cleaning - which I would then have to do. Keeping in mind that I worked 65 hours a week and he worked 35. But of course, video games weren't the problem obviously; the lack of maturity was.
Whatever, now I'm rambling. Moral of the story is, as long as he's mature and responsible, video games are totally fine.1
Most Helpful Guy
To sum it up for you: Guys are very competitive. It shows on videogaming (reason why some take that shit seriously), just at it shows in their profession/carreer for the most part.
Here's the kicker: Girls don't really give a fuck about your passions, unless it benefits them one way or another. Chicks do not truly care about your abilities, it doesn't either intimidate nor impress them, unless it benefits them mostly for monetary reasons. Then it becomes partw of their interest.
Moderate gaming it's irrelevant to them, I guess, but they'll get annoyed when you are a bit of a geek for gaming, just because you're taking a big chunk of your time and attention to that instead of her, and it's not benefiting her in any way.1