By Anonymous - 22/03/2012 06:40 - Australia - Saint Marys
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123 and 125, thank you! it's not stereotypical like the high expecations Asian father or first world problems. It a totally random comment that when used in everyday language, makes little sense if you don't know the game, and is relevant to the FML posted. I like it because when the guards say it skyrim, it sounds so sad and solemn that it cracks up. Maybe it's because my BF used to play fhe game a lot and it just brings back memories... why'd I even go into this discussion. who cares if I like the meme? this is a FREE COUNTRY! ... ok I'm done now.
You should have just proved that you were legit by using a "shout" on them.
Relax. You were probably that weird guy on the bus WAY before this incident.
Exactly. Just commenting that you also like the game is one thing (can't guarantee you won't nonetheless be labeled to public transportation annoying butt-in guy), but to say that the fact that you overheard 2 ppl talking about a game that you like "restored your faith in humanity?" wtf is wrong w you?
Agree with the consensus here. Skyrim was probably the most talked about game of the year. It's not like it's some rare gem that a select few know about. There are so many more gamers than there used to be and there's no stigma attached so what made this conversation so faith-restoring? When you are a stranger, people don't know your humour or speech patterns. It's not wise to interject with exaggerations.