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So my fiance is a "Gamer", meaning he likes xbox, playstation , and computer games.
He was laid off in January due to budget cuts and is still having some troubles looking for a new job. Don't get me wrong he is a very HARD WORKER. he's been doing IT stuff on the side here and htere but it's nothing that brings home a steady income...
So in the mean time of in between interviews, he plays computer games...to the point he gets on at 2pm and doesnt get the f#ck off til 2AM!
i'm surprised i'm even pregnant because that keyboard gets more action then i do LOL.
so tonight, me and my pregnancy temper has had enough. When he knocks out, I'm taking his computer screen, keyboard and mouse and hiding it in the trunk of our car....along with the xbox, and taking the playstation controllers.
Enough is enough. I've been on bedrest and i still get thru the day and try to work twice a week. I understand losing a job can be depressing but drowning yourself in video games at 33 years old is ridic and with baby #2 on the way, he needs to get off the PC and into an office with more interviews..
So I have a new game for him, let's play "search harder for a job or go move in with your mother."
I'm sorry if it sounds evil but i've had it. I rather find out he's having an affair since he rather play videogames then have intimacy or a conversation for that matter.
It's really takinga toll on my selfasteem as well.
Would any of you do the same in my shoes?
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