U have been given the SPOOKY SKELINTON WHAT R U PLAYIN and now u are AFFLICTED! If u dont want the spooky skelintons to come to ur house an drink all ur seltzer an put stuff on ur plates but insist they didnt even when u kno that plate was clean before but now it dirty and the skelnitno insist it wasnt them but u kno they lyin u need to 4ward this veree spooky wrup to at least nine peoples and have them answer wit what they r playin in teh comments.
sknelitons r ver spooky nd they makes me uncomfortable, do not want skelingtons in my house hangin out bein all “look @ me im am an skeltieno” and then u be all liek “get out of here skeltienon” but they do nto listen an then ur mom comes home and she screm so loud because ur house is full of them an you say it isnt ur fault but she doesnt believe u an then u dont get the xbos u want for crismas but ur brother does, so sad
Bonus question: What’s your biggest form of stress relief that is not video games?
Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): Gonna play some Orna from home. I’m still learning some of the ins and outs so I don’t make any Niantic game errors, but safety wise, it seems much better. I prefer my GPS games to be more hands-off so I keep moving, but I’m starting to think our more combat-minded readers may get a kick out the game. I’ll also be doing Pokemon Go since it does get me moving, and helps give my friends an excuse to walk with me, ha!
In terms of stress relief, these days, watching movies helps me a lot.
Andy McAdams: I just got Reaper to 90 in Final Fantasy XIV and it’s a ton of fun. Think I’m going to start leveling up my Dancer next because I miss being support-y. I also had a dream about Satisfactory the other night, so I’ve got the itch to putz around in there too.
Bonus: Exercise here. Running, calisthenics, martial arts, yoga, spin; after a super stressful day all I wanna do is move for a bit.
Are we talking about the healthy kind of stress relief or the kind that works?
I’m going to sound like a broken record, but cooking is a great stress reliever for me most of the time. Otherwise I just veg in front of YouTube.
One of my greatest joys is just sitting down with my wife, getting a dinner delivered, and watching stupid things on YouTube for a bit. We share that and enjoy it.
Justin Olivetti (@Sypster, blog): I’m plowing through a lot of side quests in The Elder Scrolls Online’s Greymoor (and maybe running some veteran dungeons too). I would like to get in some datacron hunting in Star Wars: The Old Republic and maybe some deed hunting in LOTRO.
Crochet is my comfort hobby, even more than video games.
Sam Kash (@thesamkash): I’m still playing Crossout. I also completed the main story of CrisTale. I know there is some bonus content that’s like a more challenging dungeon but I haven’t decided if I want to play it or not. I’m leaning towards not. Kind of ready for something else.
Bonus: Other than gaming, I enjoy watching anime. Like all the anime.