I randomly clicked on a lady’s profile to read more about her. Note that most of the keywords in the official hype are hyperlinked. The books are voted on by users of Gaming Passions and ranked in the order that these totally real people voted said they should be in. These are the Gaming Passions user’s favourite books: 1) Halo First Strike 2) The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 3) The Gunslinger (Dark Tower, Book 1) 4) Ender’s Game 5) Dune 6) Cycle of Hatred (World of Warcraft, Book 4) 7) Halo: The Fall of Reach 8) The Umbrella Conspiracy (Resident Evil, Book 1) 9) Resident Evil 07. The second one described “my great time” as including such activities as “playing dress-up”, “going to a concert” and *gasp* “playing video games”.
She wrote: “I’m the kind of girl that can be taken anywhere, apart from a Dungeons & Dragons or Star Trek convention, thank you.” Yeah, whatever. This site is part of a bigger network of online personal ads. She likes “Computer Geeks and Techies; Gamblers & Card Gamers” Third? That’s because Gaming Passions appears to be more or less run by robots. Stunde Null (this appears to not be in English) 10) Warcraft: War of the Ancients Archive Let’s scroll down to the 16th entry: 16) Call of Duty: World at War Strategy Guide OK then. The third person I clicked on didn’t mention gaming at all.
I had another account but i forgot the information it’s been around a year. That’s so specific (and long) that it might indicate that we have a gamer dating site that actually involves gamers dating! You can sign up, create a profile and tell the world about your favourite… That's the new philosophical dilemma facing The Division, an online shooter in which players travel through New York City wishing they were travelling through space.Keyshia Cole has opened up about her love life after her alleged split with Bow Wow and after she was accused of trying to egg his car.Cole, who has been known to right pretty epic breakup and heartbreak songs, responded to a fan who wondered why she went and “fell in love,” leaving the rest of the girls who struggle with love without a spokesperson. Therefore, there are websites for gamers who need dates, and there are websites for people who want to date gamers. It’s not really clear in the surprisingly inept world of video game dating sites, a web of false promises, Google search bait and general crappiness.Shag A Gamer is the site that inspired this miserable trawl.
It got some press earlier this week thanks to its snicker-ready premise. I registered for the site and started searching for ladies to date (well, to pretend to date. Presumably I’d find one who likes video games, right?
An entire web operation dedicated to helping gamers enjoy some casual sex? First lady’s interests: Pop Music, Rock Music, Movies, Dancing, The Outdoors, Restaurants, Pubs/Clubs, Reading, TV/Radio, Computers, Internet, Cooking, Travelling, Keep Fit and Sports (Watching).
Second: Pop Music, Movies, Theatre, Dancing, Restaurants, Pubs/Clubs, Reading, TV/Radio, Computers, Internet and Keep Fit.
Third: Pop Music, Classical Music, Rock Music, Movies, Dancing, Animals, The Outdoors, DIY/Crafts, Restaurants, Pubs/Clubs, Reading, TV/Radio, Computers, Internet, Cooking and Keep Fit OK, well maybe these women on Date a Gamer don’t really want to throw their passion for gaming in your face.
Maybe they want to show you that they’re well-rounded. In short you must love family, pets, travel and Anime.” There we go.
And maybe this site is a total joke and not really about gamers after all. I’m so glad I was on a site dedicated to finding video game-loving singles. The first woman whose profile I clicked on didn’t mention gaming.