Okay, so there are a few things my hubby doesn’t understand about me.
Okay, so I LOVE LOVE LOVE playing GTA. Hubby doesn’t understand why tho. I never really like stealing and driving the cars. I like to walk/run around the city annoying the people there... (Much like in REAL life). I like to run up to people and push them and when they inevitably yell something out- I turn around and go back and pick a fight with them. I also like to go round the underground areas and beat up the hobos. I like to do stuff to provoke the police on there too. I could walk around for hours playing the game like that and not rack up a single point actually playing the game like it should be- I mean like it was DESIGNED to be played. I don’t really care about the actual game as it was designed to be played- it’s pushing the limits of society and seeing the reactions that have been designed into the game that make me happiest. I suppose I also have a lot of pent-up frustration to take out and that game is a great place to do it. It’s also cheaper than buying a lot of ammo for my GLOCK- not to mention quieter as well.
I also love playing games like Lazer tag. Now, hubby likes to play it as well, but I don’t so much PLAY it, as make it a reality WHILE I’m playing it. I may be a girl who likes to wear heels and make-up and look hot for her man- but I am not the least bit put off by donning a pair of BLACK cargo pants and turtleneck with jungle boots and rolling around in the mud crawling around under the porch or in ditches or climbing up in the branches of the trees to be hidden from the other players and have the advantage of the element of surprise on my side. I get SERIOUS about my Lazer tag. That’s probably why I don’t wanna get into the much pricier game of Paintballing. I also don’t like the bruises the damn paintballs make when they hit me.
I’m starting to get into some of his games now. He introduced me to “MUNCHKIN” last year. Loved it- but it’s more a game designed for more than two people. Last week he introduced me to MAGIC-the card game. To me it’s just a more advanced game of MUNCHKIN. I know he’s hoping to be able to introduce me into D&D in the next few months. And I’m slowly figuring out the mechanics and the reasoning of it all. How it intertwines.
I love all sorts of board games already. I love Chess-unlike most girls. I like games that make me think and challenge me. My papa taught me to play poker when I was only 5 years old. And I was lucky enough to be the only girl in the entire family (as far as I have heard, anyway…no one else brags about it if they were allowed to) to be allowed to play actual poker games with the guys when they had their poker games. And I was/am DAMN good at it, too- WHEN I’m in the mood.
I’m very superstitious. I come from a long line of so called “Mountain Witches” and I know lots of mountain superstitions and remedies. I don’t think Paul quite believes in any of it. But I do. I know stuff. I know how to make stuff happen. So……be careful.