@Branthog: That's such a profoundly true statement and I'm glad that I've had moments in my early 20s that have made me realise that while university and work are all important, taking the time out for friends and relationships is something that can be so much more harder when you're locked in later in life.
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You NEVER leave GB man. Once you're a Duder you're a Duder all the way from your first quick look to your last bradin' day.
When you're a Duder, if the spit hits the ramp, you got brothers around, you're a flight clubbin man!
You're never alone, you're never offline! You're home with your own: when Hardcore Dave's expected, you're well protected!
Then you are set with a capital D, which you'll never forget till they cart you away. When you're a Duder, you stay a Duder!
Farewell posts are a weird thing. On the one hand it's a cry for attention and on the other it's more of spoken out loud confirmation of a direction you want your life to go.
This site, and gaming, has been great entertainment for the mundane life I lead.
I finished my degree last year, I'm studying a Master's now and I have a part-time job. My life didn't change that much, to be honest. I don't get why finishing your degree is such a rite of passage in some parts of the world, but if you're happy not playing games because you're now "an productive member of society", well, off you go. Live your life the way you think you should live it.
You'll be back, just wait and see. One day the alluring sight of a brand new game will be too much and you will hear Jeffs voice in your head, telling you to do it, and then you can't resist and you'll right back. You'll see, you'll all see!
Saying goodbye to a website is a concept I will never fully understand.
Frequenting a website carries no obligations. You aren't required to post or view the content. There are more options available than simply "leaving" or "returning". As such, I see no need for a thread about it.
People don't use this site all the time.