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You will then appear to other users on the 'browse' page, if you are close to them.And you can browse to find video game players near you." When I was in high school, a boy said to me that he would date me if I got rid of my moustache. Since then, video games have been the best ice breaker for me.It was a cruel joke and he said it loudly in a crowded playground. It's a topic I am passionate about and it inadvertently became a litmus test for potential relationships.It wasn't the worst thing that was ever said to me at school, but I never forgot that feeling of embarrassment which creeps up on me in potentially romantic scenarios. I'm fine interacting with guys on a regular basis, but as soon as there's a hint of romance I just short circuit. I gravitate more towards those who do share the same interests as me and gaming is right up on the list.I worked in a Chinese restaurant and every time I took an order from the cute guy who worked at the video store next door I'd go red, stutter and often gave him the incorrect change. You can absolutely be in a relationship with someone who doesn’t share your hobbies. I dated a guy once who dragged me away from games to go out; he couldn’t understand why I’d spend hours staring at a computer screen. Once online dating exploded, it was easier for me to connect with new people and there were more opportunities to go on dates.If I got to know the person better, I’d invite them over for video games, usually Tekken or Street Fighter.There are a few reasons for this: Video games can bring out the best and the worst in people. I've had guys rage, venting their frustrations on arcade equipment.
Luckily this stigma couldn't be farther from the truth, and finding a gaming girlfriend is as easy as knowing where to look.Computer programmer Mr Turner, 27, and design graduate Miss Teather, 29, are thought to be only the second couple in Britain to marry after meeting in a video game.Mr Turner was living in London and his wife-to-be studying at university in Southampton when they met through the game, which allows characters, or avatars, to talk to each other through messaging systems. Mrs Turner, from Basingstoke, Hampshire, said yesterday: ‘Andurus, albeit a cartoon type character, is strong and physically attractive but it was Paul’s caring personality that really shone through.‘One day, when as Andurus he endangered his own character in the game to save me, I felt an incredible bond between us.‘It might sound strange to people who have never played an online game, but the fact he was a traditional man with values to match and was protecting me was what first drew me to him.’But she only realised just how attracted she was to him when Andurus left the game after Mr Turner started a new job. I like to hangout with friends, take walks, music, and chilin inside. He was a handsome warrior clad in armour; she was less than half his height with sticky-out ears and green hair.