Being a fan of video games and devoting most of your free time to them is still, for many, a synonym for antisocial behavior and even the reason why a person does not have a boyfriend or girlfriend. All this, despite the fact that there are gamer couples and even families, which is ignored by some people, like a man who said on Twitter that “there is nothing in the world that turns women off more than video games.”
This is Nick Huber, who, according to himself in his profile on the social network, is a successful businessman who “sold a service company for 7 figures” and who made what was apparently a kind of derogatory comment towards gaming , posted a tweet saying: “There is nothing in the world that turns women off more than video games, especially computer games where your character dresses up as a wizard and casts spells. If you are single and over the age of 16, grow up and start living in the real world if you want to attract a secure partner and not a desperate one.”
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Publication that has gone viral on this social network, receiving a large number of responses and quotes to the tweet, the vast majority attacking his idea saying that it is wrong, as well as leaving messages against himself. Among the thousands of comments in response, the community tells him that his is “horrible advice”, since “playing video games with your spouse is incredible” or that “nothing scares women more than the typical man who tries to tell the others that their hobbies and interests are too immature to be liked by women/men, because it denotes that they think they are superior, and that is not cool for us. Come down the fumes ”.
In addition, the tweet has received responses from gamers who have been in a relationship for a long time, without leaving aside their passion for video games, such as a nick streamer AngelicAngie, who tells him “Hello! In a happy 8-year relationship here”, also leaving some photos of her and the large number of hours she has dedicated to different titles.
Answers that apparently have not bothered him, since in the same tone of his previous publications on his Twitter profile, the subject boasts of the attention received, saying: “40 million people saw my tweets in the last 48 hours. I lost 500 followers (renters, vegans, Android users, Bud Light haters, video wizard gamers, liberal arts students, purple haired people).”
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