I have no taste :-) (translate: This is lame)
Ravenhoe's forum posts
You sound like quite the character and I enjoyed reading your blog, keep posting, Ill come back. Sorry to hear your school is not that great but no school can teach you motivation and talent and if you have those, you are covered ! (Actually, motivation is enough most of the time). Have not played Deus Ex yet, are you enjoying it much ? I am not new but I am not a big blogger as I am not sure what I should write about, my life is good but not very exciting.
I am not afraid of death but I don't want to suffer or be in pain/sickness for a long time, so one could say, I am afraid of dying more than I am of death. The idea that all of this is going to be over for me at one point is makes me feel very peaceful and tranquil, I would not spend more time here then necessary even if I could, make room for the next generation, raise some kids, try and make a good bunch out of them, take your hat and off you go.
I think you need to make sure that both of you have enough space, and I don't mean that literally but time for whatever they want to do on their own. The best thing to do is to accept the fact that just because you live together does not mean that you have to spend more time together than before. Before I moved in with my girlfriend, I would see her 2-3 times a week. We are now living together and try to have 2-3 dates a week and even though we might see each other during the other days, we don't spend the day together but co-exist and everyone does his own thing and that is important. Also, even if it does not work out, that does not mean that she is the wrong girl for you, you might just not get along as flatmates. It all depends on the space you have, does everyone have his private space ? I have my own room and so does she and it is out of bonds to just walk in without knocking or hanging out in the other's room without asking etc. and that is how it should be.
So, in short - agree on boundaries / rules / schedules and you should be fine.
I'm really tempted to make a snarky comment about how dumb it is to think that a "cartoon" art style is "fluffy and not manly enough" when playing video games. And I did. And that's about all I have to offer. I barely glanced over the list once I started seeing shitty reasons like that playing factors in how interested you may or may not be in an MMO.
Not manly enough ? Not sure whence you are getting that but I just don't like the art style. It does not have to be gloomy and gritty but I liked Age of Conan's style for example. I just wish a few MMOs would go down a different road than that post-TF2 look (Age of Empires Online, Wildstar etc, Salem etc.) It;s not that I hate fluffy art at all, I love my fair share of Day of the Tentacle and Monkey Island, but I was really into Dragon age, because it looked so good, make an MMO that looks like that !