Gaming Apparel And ADD
You want to know what I’m wearing right now?
Depending on your answer, you may want to choose your plan of action and evacuation route accordingly.
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If your answer turns out to be: “No”, then I strongly advise you to reconsider and I will wait here until your answer changes to: “Yes”.
I’m currently wearing an Assassin’s Creed III T-shirt. (At time of writing, that is. If you are reading this and you’re somewhere in some sort of post-apocalyptic ruin, desperately searching Internet servers manually for answers to this catastrophe, then well done! You’ve come across a gaming website that shines with all types of answers. We may even have our own “recipe sharing” section and you should totally give that a little look-see, I’m sure it will rock.)
I’m not some T-shirt or gaming apparel savant. I’m merely here to distract you from what you are indeed actually doing in front of the computer. (Or indeed the device you’re using to manually search these servers in your warm and unsafe ruin.)
All kidding aside. My most valuable pieces of clothing are indeed three T-shirts. Not just any three shirts, but gaming themed shirts. Two Batman shirts and now, the new addition, an Assassin’s Creed III shirt. It may not be such a big whoop for some as I’m making it out to be, but hey, it’s awesome.
Gaming themed apparel is not something I see being worn in shopping malls that regularly. Mostly, it’s music themed shirts like Metallica. Absolutely nothing against Metallica or music themed shirts in general, I just wish to see more gaming apparel.
It is either me not looking in the correct area or my ADD not permitting me to see these things. Maybe the gaming themed shirts and socks may not be in inquiry as much I’d have hoped… (Although, the ADD thing may not be dismissed as easily. I’ve not seen decorations in a certain house I’ve been visiting on a regular basis until the other day. I’ve been assured that it’s been there all the time. More examples can be given, but I’d rather stop there until I’m distracted some more… Cheese.)
On topic: I’ve witnessed Angry Birds notebooks, iPad and iPhone covers, plush toys, speakers and USB flash drives. T-shirts may not be far off at all.
Judging from my conversations with various gamers, I’ve noticed that some wear gaming apparel with the appropriate gusto, while some prefer to stay under the radar.
The word: “gamer” may merely be a name or status and it shouldn’t avoid us from having fun or be ashamed of it.
If you prefer to stay under the radar, no problem, but for those of you wearing your gaming colours proud, what kind of gaming-wear do you prefer?