They really do this?

Related:
Create New Tag

1/3/2018 8:17 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/3/2018 8:18 PM

So I'm out doing my after-work ritual of throwing the Frisbee for my dog in the greenbelt as she goes Bonkers when I come home.
Photo

A pickup pulls up a guy mid-thirties gets out he's buried in his phone walking around for about 5 minutes in that time frame another dude comes walking down the sidewalk about the same age same scenario buried in his phone.

Of course my dog has to go check out one of them and I tell them not to worry she's friendly.

He says no worries I'm just playing a game on my phone.

Was he looking for Pokemon is this the game that was a sensation a while back people actually look for fake things?

And they're not in the age range of 8 to 12!!!!!

Not sure if I can think of anything more gay for an adult to play and I don't mean in a haha type of way.

This world is f***** up if more people had common sense they would be out having REAL FUN --riding motorcycles. grin

|

1/3/2018 9:17 PM

I know I know, it's fun to be a prick and pick on people for playing a game, cause candy crush is so cool...
Anyways, pokemon started in the early 90s, got real popular in the late 90s, early 2000s. That shit was a BIG deal to us kids at the time. Sure we played outside. I had a friend that lived on a farm, and we'd explore the woods around his farm on our bicycles all the time. Ended up finding a bmx track out in the middle of the woods. To this day I ain't got a clue who owns that land. Had another friend I ended up building a dam with, made our own lake. We also dug down, built an underground room. Couldn't ever use it cause it was always flooded, but it existed none the less. We built a trebuchet, just cause. I played sports, raced moto, bmx, skated, and so on.

But you're out of your mind if you think I wasn't playing pokemon back in 2000. Road trip to see grandpa in Arkansas. Pokemon. Staying the night at a friend's house and it's "lights out". Pokemon. Daycare won't let us play outside cause it's not outside time. Pokemon.
So fuck yeah, us grown adults went a little crazy reliving our childhood. Some people are still playing, and to be fair its not a terrible game.
But don't act like you wouldn't go a little crazy if you had the oopportunity to play with your childhood memories, in a more modern/adult package. I'm 24, and just deleted the game a few months ago. I was pretty stoked to get a charzard. Even if now as an adult, I know he's not the best sad

|

1/3/2018 9:38 PM

Yep, see them all the time. Especially at night, eyes glued to phone driving around empty parking lots, getting out, walking around.

|

1/3/2018 10:37 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/3/2018 10:40 PM

Zombies are real.

EDIT: I see them in their cars, at shops, on sidewalks, they don't eat brains either, just McDonalds and KFC, stuff like that.

|

1/4/2018 6:33 AM

Totally gay.

|

1/4/2018 7:15 AM

Regardless if its gay or not atleast its getting some of these fat fucks off the couch and walking. I remember the day it came out my daughter made me download it for her. So we went for a walk and i was blown away at the amount of people walking around. Since then its died off and i dont see that many people.

|

1/4/2018 7:46 AM

Agree. Gay.

|

I have the right to remain awesome.

1/4/2018 9:10 AM
Edited Date/Time: 1/4/2018 9:12 AM

Wait, this is real. I thought it was like wwf where all the crowd is paid to be there, because no one would actually be there, right? Im just kidding.
Different strokes for different folks.
We used to play king of the mountain on our roof with dozens of kids. We would fall or be thrown off all day sometimes. We were tough back then. Kids today might break a nail and hire a lawyer so apparently its not a good idea to play that hard these days. Hence Pokemon.

|

I don't have to be as smart as you hope to be some day anymore. wink

1/4/2018 9:17 AM

When I was a kid and couldn't go outside for whatever reason I just played doctor with the little girls.

|

1/4/2018 9:45 AM

I don't play Pokemon, but I do play Pokawoman when my wife's in the mood.

|

Braaapin' aint easy.

1/4/2018 10:09 AM

I don't understand the Pokémon thing, but then again I don't get why people collect several things, have certain hobbies, etc. The Pokémon thing sounds like just basically a variant of those geocaching folks who you occasionally hear about as best I can tell.

Lots of folks don't understand the draw of a crisp two stroke engine, either.

Different strokes.

|

1/4/2018 10:11 AM

It's one thing for children to do it ,it's completely dumb for adults to drive around in their car and find hidden fake creatures.

|

1/4/2018 10:39 AM

MR. X wrote:

It's one thing for children to do it ,it's completely dumb for adults to drive around in their car and find hidden fake creatures.

Yep mr. X and that was exactly my point for kids it's okay for adults it's gay....grin

|

1/4/2018 11:38 AM

XXVoid MainXX wrote:

When I was a kid and couldn't go outside for whatever reason I just played doctor with the little girls.

THey were older Than you though. don’t want people getting the wrong idea.

|

GP740
Since 1987

1/4/2018 3:18 PM

G-man wrote:

Yep mr. X and that was exactly my point for kids it's okay for adults it's gay....grin

We get it. You think it's gay.

|

1/4/2018 3:31 PM
Edited Date/Time: 1/4/2018 3:31 PM

colintrax wrote:

I know I know, it's fun to be a prick and pick on people for playing a game, cause candy crush is so cool...
Anyways, pokemon started in the early 90s, got real popular in the late 90s, early 2000s. That shit was a BIG deal to us kids at the time. Sure we played outside. I had a friend that lived on a farm, and we'd explore the woods around his farm on our bicycles all the time. Ended up finding a bmx track out in the middle of the woods. To this day I ain't got a clue who owns that land. Had another friend I ended up building a dam with, made our own lake. We also dug down, built an underground room. Couldn't ever use it cause it was always flooded, but it existed none the less. We built a trebuchet, just cause. I played sports, raced moto, bmx, skated, and so on.

But you're out of your mind if you think I wasn't playing pokemon back in 2000. Road trip to see grandpa in Arkansas. Pokemon. Staying the night at a friend's house and it's "lights out". Pokemon. Daycare won't let us play outside cause it's not outside time. Pokemon.
So fuck yeah, us grown adults went a little crazy reliving our childhood. Some people are still playing, and to be fair its not a terrible game.
But don't act like you wouldn't go a little crazy if you had the oopportunity to play with your childhood memories, in a more modern/adult package. I'm 24, and just deleted the game a few months ago. I was pretty stoked to get a charzard. Even if now as an adult, I know he's not the best sad

Had another friend I ended up building a dam with, made our own lake. We also dug down, built an underground room. Couldn't ever use it cause it was always flooded, but it existed none the less.


pretty sure you just depicted some major events from the Stephen King novel, "IT"
|

1/4/2018 3:34 PM

MR. X wrote:

It's one thing for children to do it ,it's completely dumb for adults to drive around in their car and find hidden fake creatures.

Hobbies are fucking queer.

|

1/4/2018 4:45 PM

colintrax wrote:

I know I know, it's fun to be a prick and pick on people for playing a game, cause candy crush is so cool...
Anyways, pokemon started in the early 90s, got real popular in the late 90s, early 2000s. That shit was a BIG deal to us kids at the time. Sure we played outside. I had a friend that lived on a farm, and we'd explore the woods around his farm on our bicycles all the time. Ended up finding a bmx track out in the middle of the woods. To this day I ain't got a clue who owns that land. Had another friend I ended up building a dam with, made our own lake. We also dug down, built an underground room. Couldn't ever use it cause it was always flooded, but it existed none the less. We built a trebuchet, just cause. I played sports, raced moto, bmx, skated, and so on.

But you're out of your mind if you think I wasn't playing pokemon back in 2000. Road trip to see grandpa in Arkansas. Pokemon. Staying the night at a friend's house and it's "lights out". Pokemon. Daycare won't let us play outside cause it's not outside time. Pokemon.
So fuck yeah, us grown adults went a little crazy reliving our childhood. Some people are still playing, and to be fair its not a terrible game.
But don't act like you wouldn't go a little crazy if you had the oopportunity to play with your childhood memories, in a more modern/adult package. I'm 24, and just deleted the game a few months ago. I was pretty stoked to get a charzard. Even if now as an adult, I know he's not the best sad

peelout wrote:

Had another friend I ended up building a dam with, made our own lake. We also dug down, built an underground room. Couldn't ever use it cause it was always flooded, but it existed none the less.


pretty sure you just depicted some major events from the Stephen King novel, "IT"

They build a dam in "it?" Does this mean I'm destined to become a killer?

|

1/4/2018 4:56 PM

colintrax wrote:

They build a dam in "it?" Does this mean I'm destined to become a killer?

Possibly ,or you may get killed or you may develop a stutter or maybe asthma ,the possibilities are endless.

|

1/4/2018 5:59 PM

Falcon wrote:

I don't play Pokemon, but I do play Pokawoman when my wife's in the mood.

Married? I hear once people get married the Pokawoman game sits on the shelf and gets dusted a few times a year.

Might want to find a second hobby?

|

"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

1/4/2018 6:09 PM

We searched for things you could shoot. They were tangible.

|

Go for it! Don't let a little thing like fear, or common sense hold you back.

1/5/2018 8:07 AM

Falcon wrote:

I don't play Pokemon, but I do play Pokawoman when my wife's in the mood.

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Married? I hear once people get married the Pokawoman game sits on the shelf and gets dusted a few times a year.

Might want to find a second hobby?

blowjobs get cut with the wedding cake

|

1/5/2018 9:56 AM

Falcon wrote:

I don't play Pokemon, but I do play Pokawoman when my wife's in the mood.

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Married? I hear once people get married the Pokawoman game sits on the shelf and gets dusted a few times a year.

Might want to find a second hobby?

peelout wrote:

blowjobs get cut with the wedding cake

I was told those are a once a year thing, on birthdays.

Doesn't seem to be a whole lot of positives/benefits when it comes to marriage.

|

"Sorry Goose, but it's time to buzz the tower."

1/5/2018 10:11 AM

Falcon wrote:

I don't play Pokemon, but I do play Pokawoman when my wife's in the mood.

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Married? I hear once people get married the Pokawoman game sits on the shelf and gets dusted a few times a year.

Might want to find a second hobby?

peelout wrote:

blowjobs get cut with the wedding cake

He’s right you know.

|

GP740
Since 1987

1/5/2018 11:45 AM

-MAVERICK- wrote:

Married? I hear once people get married the Pokawoman game sits on the shelf and gets dusted a few times a year.

Might want to find a second hobby?

peelout wrote:

blowjobs get cut with the wedding cake

-MAVERICK- wrote:

I was told those are a once a year thing, on birthdays.

Doesn't seem to be a whole lot of positives/benefits when it comes to marriage.

No. Once you have kids it ends.

|

1/7/2018 10:25 AM

XXVoid MainXX wrote:

When I was a kid and couldn't go outside for whatever reason I just played doctor with the little girls.

GeorgiePorgie wrote:

THey were older Than you though. don’t want people getting the wrong idea.

And hopefully not his sisters.blink

|
  • @cache_main: 7cb25504379489be799304f5b833f557