ANSWERS: 12
  • YES. My boyfriend does this even when he has stuff to do. It annoys the hell out of me. Don't start a bad habit! I don't understand why I was DR'd so badly for this answer and nobody had the balls to tell me why.
  • yes... video games result in an expected response that requires skill and a bit of reasoning but the result is the same as a test score rather than an original finding.
  • kinda. as long as you eat sleep and drink your cool. but i wouldent do it everyday and make it a habbit.
  • What do you mean, "have nothing else to do"? How old are you.
  • It is absolutely hazardous to your general health. Go climb a tree, run around the block, swim a hundred yards in a pool or river, or play basketball. You can sit on your ass and play games when you're too old to actually do anything real... ;~)
  • I don't think so. I do it all the time..............they can be very addictive....lol
  • In a way, and a lot depends on how often you do this, every day, once in a great while? If it's just once in a great while, maybe not so bad. But if its frequent, yea, it's bad. First, know that staring at the computer screen that long is bad for your eyes. But think about it, there is a whole big world out there to explore and enjoy. Surely there is something else a little more constructive you could do with your time. Playing the video games for a little bit during the day, but then find something else to do. Something that will improve yourself, help someone else, something that requires you to interact with other people. Taking a class of some kind, visiting with a friend. Helping someone in need. Don't let your life become just a video game, get out and enjoying living!
  • Nope, not bad at all.
  • yes. go read a book.
  • Not at all, it just makes your brain lazy and makes you put on weight and hey presto..........You have a weight problem!
  • I sure hope not...My son was sick today and that's all he did today!
  • No. Only a woman would say that.

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