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41. Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2009 23:40 BST
As long as she "gets me" and doesn't take herself seriously.... I'm game, also, I don't mind if she's all make up or fashionist, as long as she's a humble person and kind with others, to me that's more important than anything else, people tend to judge people based on their looks... OH, and if she doesn't like music... thanks but no thanks.... you can't trust anyone who doesn't like music
Agreed, not liking music means she is missing a language i desire to speak often lol
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42. Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2009 23:45 BST
I was standing at a Samurai Shodown arcade game in the arcade where my wife was working at the time while going to college in the day. I kept going in there to talk to her and show off my mad shodown fighting skills to her in the hopes of getting a date with her. I thought she was impressed until one night she walked up, popped a quarter in, and then proceeded to take me apart. I knew then, she was the one. And it's also the reason I never remove the Samurai Shodown game from my cabinet. I'll change all the others out, but that game has been in there since day one and shall remain so.
Edited on Fri 19th June, 2009 @ 23:48 by Corbs
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43. Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2009 23:48 BST
I think this story isn't finished yet.
44. Posted: Fri 19th Jun 2009 23:50 BST
Oh, got married a year and a half later and been married since.
45. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 05:56 BST
That's the best story I've heard in awhile. I had no idea Samurai Shodown was such a chick magnet.
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46. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:13 BST
The chicks dig the shodown. Something about that steel-on-steel combat. My wife and I always play at least a few games of Samurai Shodown on the anniversary of the day we played the game together the first time. Silly I know, but we've never missed one so far.
Edited on Sat 20th June, 2009 @ 06:15 by Corbs
47. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:22 BST
Have you been able to defeat your wife at Samurai Shodown yet Corbie?
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48. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:26 BST
I've gotten better over the years, but she still gives me a run for my money.
49. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:30 BST
You should spend months practising so you can finally defeat her!
Edited on Sat 20th June, 2009 @ 06:31 by Kim_Jong-Il
50. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:34 BST
Edwin wrote:A girl who plays video games would be good. Judging from Animal Crossing: City Folk commercials they do exist.Psst. They were paid off.
A girl who plays video games would be good. Judging from Animal Crossing: City Folk commercials they do exist.
Psst. They were paid off.
srsly... Animal Crossing is pretty boring unless you just like running around collecting and personalizing stuff.
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51. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 06:34 BST
My wife doesn't play my arcade cabinets much, but when she does, she's usually playing either Samurai Shodown or Samurai Shodown II. It's one of the few fighting games, other than Tekken 2, that she likes to play. I finally bought a Tekken 2 board about a year ago because she likes the game.
52. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 07:12 BST
dude, you didn't lose... you WON!
53. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 07:22 BST
Let's get all cheesy now - my soon-to-be wife, of course. She's not a huge gamer (although she loves Super Mario Land) but she's very understanding of my console affliction, and doesn't mind me rambling on about Sega for hours on end. She also has fantastic taste in films, and without her I wouldn't have seen half the good stuff I have (The Lives of Others, Annie Hall, the Big Sleep etc.)
Also, as an aside to Corb's story, I'm a Virtua Fighter nut so it's always disappointing when my fiancee's Lion takes my Sarah apart!
Edited on Sat 20th June, 2009 @ 07:24 by James
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54. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 15:38 BST
I know a chick who's blonde, about my height, in college, nice body, and a life guard. I'm good friends with her. But my only problem: I'm 15 and she's 20 But any girl who looks like her, that would be awesome!
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55. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 21:39 BST
@Cheezy: Sounds tasty.
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56. Posted: Sat 20th Jun 2009 21:49 BST
My wife once said that the Virtual Fighter games had the intensity of "a snail marathon" when I tried to get her into the series a few years back. She hates the Virtual Fighter games. I personally prefer Virtua Fighter to Tekken myself, but different strokes.
57. Posted: Sun 21st Jun 2009 09:16 BST
I like that analogy - I'm not sure what it means, but I like it all the same. Any game that can be described as speed chess and a snail marathon has to be good.
Also, it's nice to see everyone showing their romantic sides with comments about size of breasts, bums and other physical traits. Enjoy them while they last boys - nobody looks like that forever!
58. Posted: Sun 21st Jun 2009 09:46 BST
@Corbie post #46: That's not silly, that's sweet! I guess I'm just a sucker for that kinda thing. My parents go the the Renaissance Festival every year because it was there that they realized they were more than friends. @Prosody: That's why I never, EVER chase after girls based on appearance. That's just gravy after I've grown attached to the personality. Not that I have very much experience with that, either. Just one girl, like I said back in post #21, and it ain't even mutual. Maybe someday I'll find someone like her, huh? Daydreams which really SHOULD be night dreaming at this point since it's late and I have church in the morning
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59. Posted: Sun 21st Jun 2009 18:31 BST
Awwwww, that's a sweet story! It's amazing how even Corbie's love life has a video game slant to it.
I'm convinced Corbie deserves some kind of reality TV show! I usually can't stand those types of programs, but I would tune in and watch a show about him, his family, and his mad collection of games. The working title could be "Corbie Kong."
Edited on Sun 21st June, 2009 @ 18:43 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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60. Posted: Mon 22nd Jun 2009 19:04 BST
If you're as big a gamer as Corbie, your love life HAS to have gaming in it! Otherwise, you'd HAVE no love life. Or am I projecting here?