My entire life, the only thing that I've really cared about is video games. When asked what I've wanted to do, the only thing I can imagine doing that is enjoyable is developing or playing video games somehow. I've never been able to understand what else there is to enjoy in life, and I'm 23 years old, I thought I would change and be like every one else after I became an adult, but I'm realizing that will probrobly never happen.
Every day, I wake up, go to a job that I hate and zone out in, go to work on college, then come home and play video games. Sure, sometimes I go outside with my family and can enjoy that, but that only lasts for a couple of hours a day, that's not long enough to spend my entire life on, like I can with video games like World of Warcraft. You can only stay outside for so long, and then it runs it's course and you need to take a break, which lasts 90% of the time.
With video games, you can fill the misery of life with. Everything else in life is mostly horrible. Sports, who cares about hitting a ball back and forth, what a waste of time, anyone can do that, it means nothing. Relationships, someone who's only with you because of your job, and they just settle down with you and always fantasize about someone else, love is a lie. Pets, I love my pets, but you can only spend a couple of hours a day with them, and then you both go your own seperate ways and have alone time most of the time. Friendship, they don't really care about you, they only care about showing off, then tune you out when it's your time to talk, all superficial ego crap that I don't care about anymore.
Really, at the end of the day, I only live because of video games. If it were not for video games, I couldn't see any real long lasting meaning in life. Can someone else tell me how I'm wrong? I wish I was wrong more than anything else in the world, but I can't see any other perspective being true.