1. Buy an MMO before Christmas, when it was inevitably launched.
2. Scale half the levels while all of your clients are distracted by holiday cheer and eggnog.
3. Forget about gaming when you return to work in order to catch up on the backlog.
4. Several months later, decide you are definitely having some game time on the weekend.
5. Weekend comes, you clean the barbecue and buy groceries, weekend passes.
6. On Monday night, decide that enough is enough and you are definitely going to play. In your absence, several patches have been released. Wait most of the night for the updates.
7. Log in and discover everyone you play with has quit or is well above you at the max level.
8. Log out and swear never to put real life before a game again.
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