Not to Pay!

Note: This is the next part of another blog that i wrote a while ago. Click here to read up.

So I decided on what my next course of action should be with the free facebook version of You Don't Know Jack. In the end we all knew that I'd stick to my guns and not pay for a facebook game. No matter how much I enjoyed the fun of YDKJ I still wasn't convinced into paying for games. So my mantra now is to wait a range of 4 to 10 hours for the ability to play another game for free. I don't do it regularly, which has kept me from becoming deranged from my next hit of YDKJ. Like a crack addict I keep waiting for my next shot of fun comedy goodness, but I know now that patience is key. I've realized that I may have learned some strange lesson in all of this. That perhaps keeping me away from what I want may in fact make me better for it. Instead of paying for games and continuing my inevitable spiral into facebook game madness I have instead kept myself clean. This can be seen as the righteous path as now I am the one in control for now at least. It can also be seen as self-deprivation as the lack of continued hilarity may drive me insane either way. In any case I have made my decision and I plan to stick with it for the foreseeable future. May god help me.

I plan to do some more blogging on here if anyone cares enough to read it.

-Matt

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Note: This is the next part of another blog that i wrote a while ago. Click here to read up.

So I decided on what my next course of action should be with the free facebook version of You Don't Know Jack. In the end we all knew that I'd stick to my guns and not pay for a facebook game. No matter how much I enjoyed the fun of YDKJ I still wasn't convinced into paying for games. So my mantra now is to wait a range of 4 to 10 hours for the ability to play another game for free. I don't do it regularly, which has kept me from becoming deranged from my next hit of YDKJ. Like a crack addict I keep waiting for my next shot of fun comedy goodness, but I know now that patience is key. I've realized that I may have learned some strange lesson in all of this. That perhaps keeping me away from what I want may in fact make me better for it. Instead of paying for games and continuing my inevitable spiral into facebook game madness I have instead kept myself clean. This can be seen as the righteous path as now I am the one in control for now at least. It can also be seen as self-deprivation as the lack of continued hilarity may drive me insane either way. In any case I have made my decision and I plan to stick with it for the foreseeable future. May god help me.

I plan to do some more blogging on here if anyone cares enough to read it.

-Matt