What if the console is IN the kitchen?

ZombieDOTD is a man of traditional values. He better not hold his breath waiting to get a girlfriend.

  • http://twitter.com/JoeyJoeJr Joey Shabadoo

    It makes me sad that a moron like this is more likely to have a girlfriend than some shy, introverted, nice guy.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H6YAHGHDPLGBJSX6VMAHUJDV3E J S

    Then what is he doing playing games?

  • http://www.facebook.com/trimurph Tristan Murphy

    It makes me even more sad that some poor girl is more likely to end up with a boyfriend like this, since all the nice guys are busy being shy and introverted.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ian-Caronia/100001408827015 Ian Caronia

    Argh! You beat me to it! XD

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ian-Caronia/100001408827015 Ian Caronia

    As a nice guy:
    That’s-! I mean-! You’re-!
    …Good point. V_V

  • http://student20productions.wordpress.com Eric Waters

    I’m a nice guy. I’m neither shy nor introverted. I’ve been passed over for people like this more often than I can count. I don’t like it, but there it is.

  • Anonymous

    Am i the only one that laughed when i read this? I mean its Sexist as ckuf but c’mon…

  • Anonymous

    Well, considering that most cats probably see our games as beneath their dignity, I’m not sure what he’s worried about…^^;

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4N6OKSYOKRZKMIKLYI52KGDVFQ AnnieMac

    @Eric: Yeah, and plenty of decent women have been passed over for demanding high-maintenance ‘princesses’ and blatant gold digging skanks. Sometimes people of both sexes think with their genitals not their brains. Why is it relevant here?

  • http://www.facebook.com/XxomgkellxX Kelly Lynn Killian

    “It’s for men not pussys” Then why is he playing? :L

  • Dom Boulding

    found this site through the BBC and I’m glad I did. All this abuse is plain wrong. I love this site. Its just a shame that it exists i though that gamers were the people who were social outcasts (like me) so they resorted to games where like minded people were able to talk freely about the games that they enjoyed. Maybe there could be a section for people who actually congratulate these women (whom are better gamers than me) as that is what I would do to any people whom are better or beat me at the games I play.

  • http://www.youtube.com/cherubicwindigo Laura

     Exactly, as a young girl I was a shy loner-type person who didn’t “fit in” and video games actually helped me become a more outgoing person. It was initially devastating to realize that many gamers who share my interest wanted nothing to do with me because of my gender. The people who were supposed to be “my people” can’t stand the thought of sharing their love of video games with a woman. It’s a shame because I’m a great person and so are all the female gamers I’ve met.

  • Dominic White

    Gaming is a rage filled environment regardless of your gender. I receive abuse every day on COD MW3 because I’m an excellent player. I’m male, and I’ve got hundreds of messages over the years. I actually enjoy the comedy of people taking the time out to try and hurt the feelings of a stanger.

    At the risk of sounding sexist, I think getting upset about strangers (nobodies) flinging poorly worded insults at you is a tad, well, feminine. The ladies should take these messages as a reward for game well played, just like I do. It’s absurd that anybody can get upset over anything a stranger says.

  • Anonymous

    I strongly object to you describing the act of getting upset at a stranger’s insult as “feminine”.  This trait isn’t exclusive to women.  There was no risk of you sounding sexist, because “risk” implies there’s a chance it couldn’t sound sexist.

    That being said, I do think it’s better if more people realize that morons on the other side of the internet only affect you as much as you let them.

  • Anonymous

    That sucks.

    My experience growing up was that I never found any girls I could connect with, and I wished I could meet a lady who was into games.

  • Dominic White

    I’m going to ignore your condescending attitude (again), but as you rightly point out (even though it’s, once again, quite obvious), ‘feminine’ doesn’t have to be anything to do with gender. I didn’t say it did. But being upset by the comical ramblings of juvenile strangers is a feminine reaction to an inoffensive situation. 

    The comment is only “at risk” of being sexist if you’re one to assign masculinity and femininity to genders. It’s also fashioned. It’s odd that you initially start to ‘educate’ me on what it means to be feminine, then backtrack on yourself to stereotypical gender roles.

  • Anonymous

    You find it comical, and so do we! The point of the site is not to announce how pissed off we are…hence the regularly accompanying comical, sarcastic commentary before each post.

  • Anonymous

    The deuce? Why does my comment have to be approved?  Oh.. Was it all the links?

  • Anonymous

    Yeah, that must be it.

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