Girls, Is it a turn off if the guy you like likes playing video games?

I like playing video games but I also like other things than games.
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  • As a gamer i have to say it would be pretty cool to have a gamer boyfriend. I actually wouldn't mind if he was gaming for 2-6 hours a day, thing is tho if he's gaming 24/7 and he doesn't want to do anything else or has nothing else then a turn on becomes a turn off. Iv been in 2 "gamer couple" relationships and i can say for a fact if all one person does is game it can't work because apathy starts to sink in and the relationship gets taken for granted. But if both of you have other stuff going on to talk about and game on your off time (even if its 4 hours straight) then it can work and its a pretty cool relationship, granted you will have silly af gamer drama every once in awhile like arguing over why you didn't pick up your partner or agree to vote kick some guy that annoyed your partner lol

    • @emokate97 Nah, I game mostly for 2-6 hours but I do like doing other things and If I do have a gamer girlfriend. I would play co-op games with her and have fun. I would also like to do other things, like go on dates, workout, have sex, and go out and eat. p. s are you single?

    • yea i'm single atm, its hard for me to find a guy that's i like enough to date personally but i am casual when it comes to sex, although i'm being celibate atm

    • wanna talk and see if we are a good match?

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  • for me its an absolute turn on.

    I've always fantasised about being beside a guy playing and just getting under the desk to make him lose, if u know what im getting at.

    also, im very introverted so just hanging out together doing whatever seems nice

    • @g0th_weeb wow, wish you lived near me we can do so many fun things. Also, are you a weeb and goth?

    • username does indeed check out

    • @g0th_weeb Bruh, how have we not meet eachother? I'm also a weeb and nerd XD

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  • Depends on how much he does it. Is it his priority? Will he use less time with me because he wants to play? Will he ignore me because of it?
    If it takes up his life, then yes, it would be a turn-off.