You can sense our elation as we high-five to celebrate completing 24 straight hours of video games!
And now it is time for bed.
…why? (I’m actually just jealous)
Shouldn’t the wrap-up post for a 24-hour gaming marathon include scores? Or at least some indication of who won?
I’ll have some more comments on all this tomorrow. I’m still in recovery today….
I can’t even imagine how long it would take me to recover. Whoever “won,” I must say that, while your son looks a bit dazed, you’re looking particularly hale and hearty in the last shot. Perhaps you got eliminated enough to take some breaks (to blog?). I do wonder what wife and daughter were doing…what’s the estrogen version of vidsanity in the Munger home? Here, my daughter and I watched a whole fifteenn straight minutes of “The Chefs of the Royal Family” today. As she’s only two, I was quite proud of her stamina: she’ll be an Anglophile and a foodie yet…
Anne: If there’s anything I’ve learned to do in the 25 years since I turned 13, it’s how to affect pleasure in moments of severe discomfort. Looking like you’re enjoying yourself at parties, on Web pages, during job interviews, it’s all part of the whole “growing up” thing. When you’re 13, not so much.
Suffice it to say we were both exhausted. However, Jim was ready for more video games today. I was not.