I listen to wrestling podcasts about 80s and 90s wrestling because, as I say, I'm interested in the wrestlers as people. Professional wrestling is an interesting phenomenon, especially back in the 80s and earlier, but I'm not sitting around watching Bastion Booger matches.
And again, adults who haven't experienced this mentality shift and are still fans of professional wrestling have something wrong with them. They're psychologically stunted. They're stuck in adolescence. They aren't full adults. This is why adult professional wrestling fans are ostracised and considered nerds and losers.
I'd say video games as well. Yes, I still play video games but it's not like as a kid where I'd play different games and be excited about new games coming out and buy consoles and shit like this. My gaming experience for the past 15 years has been almost entirely Team Fortress, Fire Pro Wrestling, and Crusader Kings 2. I've largely been playing the same three games for 15 years.
Of course, I sometimes buy or otherwise acquire another game and I'll play it for a few days but those three games make up 95% of my video gaming over the past 15 years.
I also don't go to video game websites or any of this shit. I'm not buying the merchandise. I'm not buying consoles. I do sometimes enjoy watching people playing video games on Youtube, though.
But yeah, adults who are still into this shit and call themselves "gamers" and buy all the latest games and t-shirts and masturbate to Mai Shiranui cosplayers, these are people with mental health problems.
Man, I really don't want to go to work tomorrow. It's just one day. Then my lady friend is coming the day after that. I have to clean still but I can do that tomorrow and the next day. There's not much that needs cleaning. Just wipe the toilet down, throw some papers out, and do a vacuuming. She's coming in the evening so there's time on the day even.
What do I have the week after? Three days? That sucks. But then a couple of weeks off for Christmas.
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