Bumming

There just isn’t enough time in the day to do all that you want to do. I always have that feeling that I want to watch anime, go out, play videos or something that doesn’t involve my brain. I know of a few people who have quit jobs or taken long vacations just to bum at home for the longest time playing video games and watching movies, not just young guys but married men.

I keep looking at my XBox 360 in a strange way, thinking that there is so much to enjoy from it, but if I even switch it on, I won’t play for 30 to 40 minutes and get up, I will probably be there for at least 2 – 3 hours until I finish all the stages that I want. I haven’t had a chance to play for a while now, at least 3 months since work has gotten more hectic.

Then there is the PSP, I think the PSP is an excellent product and they have a lot of games. I remember getting the extended battery for it, and even now the last time I switched it on was at least 1 year and 6 months ago.

I think the perfect time off would be two to three months, bumming doing nothing but catching up with all forms of entertainment. Probably do some traveling to go to a few tracks here and there to ride my bikes.

A guy who is just trying to enjoy life!

5 Comments

  1. Allah y3eenik Marzouq.. wallah 9ij.. bitawfeeq inshallah. :)

    Is taking time off an option for you now?

    Wishing you and your family health and happiness.

  2. Me too :S … although i dont work, i just don’t seem to find the time to play. But hey, there’s always ebay for anything u’re not using anymore.

  3. I know exactly what you mean. Sometimes, you just want to abandon everything and just sit down and go for long hours playing videogames. Now with E3, incredible are being announced and I’m like, woah, how on Earth will I ever find time to play those games.

    Oh and Final Fantasy XIII on XBOX360! OMG!OMG!OMG!

  4. maryam

    sounds nice but there are the ones who actually do it and those who don’t ;)

  5. i always think that one day of bumming is good enough … bs you always strive for more, not the next day, but the day after that … its complicated

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