Drifting around the outer reaches of his own mind, attempting to find something valid to say
Re: Worst Thing You Have Done Just To Play FM
I usually have a couple of days off work when the new one comes out, have done for the last 3 fms anyway, regularly stand my mates up on a night out to fit a few FM hours in, nearly got thrown out of uni because i didnt go to any seminars (which were on the same time as my girlfriends, when shes out the way its guilt free FM time!) oh, and right now im meant to be in the gym but blew it off to have a play around in the FM editor!
Took my laptop to a chemistry lecture in UNi and proceeded to play there! The reason its the worst is that my lecturer noticed and proceeded to give me tatics advice with everyone who was sat behinde me!!! Damn backsteat managers *grumbles* I don't listen to my ass man why am i gonna listen to you *grumbles*
Hmm i told my wife i couldnt meet her and her parents for dinner because an apprentice cut his thumb off (im a chef by the by), and i had to take him to hospital, went home and played fm till i saw the lights pull up in the drive!!!!!!
My computer broke but a friend and former colleague of mine had just moved up to Manchester to take a new job there, but his girlfriend was still in his house down here, so I started having an affair with her just so that I could play it on their PC while she was sleeping.
Ok, this is as much as I'm going to say, and I'm not going to talk about it or debate it further.
A close family member was killed in an accident, we immediately went off to another city to be with their family. After a few days I was getting increasingly uncomfortable and concoted some excuse to go back home for a couple of days to have some peace and quiet and some "me" time, which ofc involved a fix of FM. Selfish I know, but I did go straight back when I said I would, and I didn't bail JUST to play FM. There was pet feeding and routine day to day stuff needing taken care of too, but FM was at the back of my mind. I suppose it shows a little that even under such circumstances "normal" life has to, and will, go on.