I play MMORPG's because real life sucks.

Real life just sucks. At least in my world, everyone greets me with a "Welcome home" and "Welcome back". Out in the real world, its just, "hey you". I don't feel any vibe or emotion from what the real world people give me. I just want to be happy, but, I know it won't last forever. I don't feel well. Just...someone one see me. I'm here...don't go....I don't want to be alone again.

Sep 13, 2012

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  • Same here. my b****-of-a-sister makes up 20% of my stress, my parents bickering over how to treat her makes up 40%, and homework makes up the remainder. If there was a list for the top 250 most athletic people in the U.S,I'd be -8,475. i spend 95% of my time(when im not in school) inside on my xbox, talking to people on my fiends list, who live in california, and texas, while I live in Illinois. at school, i only say about 30 words per day on average. i DO have a few real friends that im (thankfully) pretty close to. But if i had the option, i'd just sit in the corner all day, reading a book. people have heard a few jokes that ive made though, and think im funny, and then later on, try to talk with me and get closer to me. i talk with them yes, but after that, i like ignore them for the rest of the month. the only way i can socialize is by playing video games, how pathetic is that?

  • I know what it's like to just want to retreat into your own little world. If there are people you regularly talk to while playing Warcraft or whatever, try talking to them outside the game and even discuss meeting up (caution at all times, of course). Think about how many millions of people the world over play MMORPG's. These are still real people, a fair number of whom probably feel exactly the same...

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