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#290626 General

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Posted Yesterday, 17:35

Indoor outdoor advertising, kinda fun, but most of the time spent on waiting for things.

I could have learned a few more languages, increase artistic skills with all the spare time i have, but nope, playing Terraria at work instead :P

#290627 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 17:37

It doesn't sound too bad. I finished my novella :D

But what I meant was what's it like wanting to go back to work :P

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#290628 General

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Posted Yesterday, 18:16

It means i don't like sitting at home and playing video games allday as much as i thought |:

#290629 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 19:48

This is why I've always rejected the theory that people are inherently lazy. I've also been bored just playing games all day. The human mind needs work (physical, academic, creative, anything else).
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Posted Yesterday, 19:57

According to Sumerian creation myth, humans are genetically engineered to serve them (basically to mine gold) We might need work because we are intended to be slaves? |:
And is that why mining/crafting games are so addicting? |:

#290631 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 20:04

Of course, makes sense, give me all the gold.
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Posted Yesterday, 20:20

Plot thickens...

#290633 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 20:32

Cities Skylines is well worth a quid!
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#290634 Liten

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Posted Yesterday, 20:46

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Yes, yeeees. Support Paradox Intertactive with all your money. They make really good DLC Simulators.
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Kyle Carter said:

Harry Potter is the safety scissors of the Fantasy genre


#290635 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 20:48

A game is a game. Everything is plagued by DLC these days...
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#290636 Liten

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Posted Yesterday, 20:59

THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE EUROS AND SEVENTY-TWO EUROCENTS
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Kyle Carter said:

Harry Potter is the safety scissors of the Fantasy genre


#290637 TheDR

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Posted Yesterday, 21:16

You don't have to buy them ^)
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