You get home from work and you boot up your PC/PlayStation/Xbox in hopes of playing a relaxing game after a stressful day of work. The match starts and all of your life’s issues fall away.
But then you lose.
You jump into another match. “This time it’ll be different,” you tell yourself.
You lose again.
And then you lose again. And again. And again and again. Six matches later you shut it off feeling annoyed and defeated.
We’ve all been there.
There are three certainties in life. Death, taxes, and losing when you play video games.
But you know what’s not certain in life? Someone’s birth month ultimately decides what kind of personality/characteristics/choices they’ll make before they’re even born. Do you know why? Because there is a 99.9999% chance it’s not true.
For the last two thousand+ years, human society has progressed not because of that which cannot be proven, but because of that which can be proven. Science and shit.
In fact, if it wasn’t because of science and facts we’d probably never have video games, to begin with.
So don’t blame your fellow gamer’s zodiac sign, something which is based on a thousand-year-old farcical, aquatic ceremony, for the reason you lost that game.
Blame yourself. Or Obama.