Dec 032011

To game, or not to game–that is the question:
Doubtless tis nobler in the mind to suffer
The toils and chores and household errands
But to take arms against a sea of kobolds
And by opposing end them. Or to wash, to dry–
to fold –and by laundry to say we end
The foul piles, and the thousand unsightly stains
That clothing is heir to. ‘Tis a consummation
Devoutly to be wished. To tidy, to dust–
To vacuum–perchance to clean: ay, there’s the rub,
For in that abode of cleanliness what dreams may come
When all will simply become soiled again,
Must give us pause.


<boots up DDO>

  7 Responses to “To Game, or Not To Game”

Comments (7)
  1. The fault lies, not in our CPUs, but in ourselves.

  2. The laundry awaits you, Out, damn’d spot! out, I say!

    Or in my case, sticking with Hamlet, staying up way too late playing DDO leaves me with the desire To sleep, perchance to dream, ay, there’s the rub…

    …but that’s part of the same soliloquy that you took, um, VERY creative liscense with up above…and the kind of sleep Hamlet is referring to is one I’d like to put off for a while 🙂

  3. If you cut us, do we not be glad we have DR 5/magic?

  4. O DDO, DDO, wherefore art thou, DDO?

    The fault, dear Geoff, is not in ourselves but in our partymates, as they are hirelings.

    The first we do, let’s kill all the zergers.

    I like this place and willingly could waste my time in it.

    Friends, guildies, NPCs, lend me your ears; I come to boot up DDO, not forsake it for stupid RL crap like housework.

  5. @Evennote: Shouldn’t that be “lend me your platinum”, or possibly “airship”?

  6. @Comic… nah, “Lend me your Altar”

  7. And therefore as a stranger give it welcome.
    There are more things in Siberys and Eberron, Mawrey,
    Than are dreamt of in your philosophy.

What do you think?

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