By justlittleoldme - United States - Sarona
Today, at work in a nursing home, I had to kill imaginary dogs in the lunch room, because they were evil and trying to eat everyone. This started with just one person seeing them, to all 30 of them screaming and freaking out. I spent 45 minutes killing imaginary dogs. FML
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By  cloak057_fml  |  8

I think you need to see a psychiatrist

  MCRaddict15  |  15

And maybe OP knew that if he didn't 'kill' the dogs, they would get angry, and to keep them quiet he did what they said. It doesn't mean OP needs a psychiatrist.

  22cute  |  17

Actually, Op did a very kind & intelligent thing by playing along. He attacked their fears and defended their dignity. Works with little kids & imaginary monsters too!

  glittercookies  |  12

As a psychology student, we learn a lot about these sort of things going on in nursing homes. My friend works in one. She said there was a man who thought his room was the ocean. And you could not enter without pretending to "paddle" your way to the bed on an imaginary boat.

  Justin0481  |  5

Actually 52, the plot could be ok. Think about the game as this; youre working with the elderly (or mental patients) and you go around the hospital getting random missions like the dog killing ones. Every so often a patient doesn't take his/her meds so you chase them around... Okay I've gotten bored. Nvm.


I was saying kills not score but if you must... 10 points a hit 3 bullets a kill, 10 x 3 x around 300 of the dogs, rest melee'd, so 9000 points, 150 x 10 x 1 melee hit would be 1500 points, 100 points per dog kill, so 300 x 100 is 90000 points, 100 of them headshots so add 30, 100 x 30 is 3000 points, 130 points per melee so 130 x 150 is 100 x 100 + 30 x 50 is 10000 + 1500 is 11500 + 9000 + 1500 + 90000 + 3000 = 20500 + 94500 = 110000 points.