One Thing to Rule Them All

One Thing to Rule Them All

One Thing to Rule Them All

by Steve Napierski to Comics

Nothing like getting a little morbid three days before Christmas, am I right? Still, the kid might have changed his mind if he would have known his other choices.

Not a whole lot of video game related gifts being shared among my family this year. Santa is bringing the girls a new game for the Kinect, but I think that’s it. My youngest is still happy with what ever games she has on her LeapFrog LeapPad or her sister’s Nabi. And my oldest has an unhealthy obsession with National Geographic’s Animal Jam and that’s free… Oh, she’s getting some Pok√©mon Trading Cards in her stocking too, but that’s it.

Not complaining. Video games are expensive and I already shelled out too much money on their other gifts. Nonetheless, I know they’ll enjoy what they’re getting for Christmas. So in the end it will be worth it.

Discussion (2)¬

  1. Alexander
    Alexander says:
    December 22, 2013 at 3:53 pm #

    I still think the kid made the right choice, though. I mean, how will you play video games when you’re dead? Sure, there MIGHT be video games in the afterlife….MAYBE, but why take the chance? If you’re magically cured of cancer and can continue living, you’ll still be able to play video games! Sure, you might not get that new console immediately (since you chose to be cured), but you can always get a job and earn the money to buy it later! Unless you’re dead. Then you can’t get a job to earn money for games. Not unless there’s a job market in the afterlife (which would suck).

  2. JP
    JP says:
    December 24, 2013 at 6:11 pm #

    Having cancer definitely sucks. Having cancer AND a XBone would suck even more.