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+41 1. aravind7 commented 7 years ago

Today I'm 17 And I Still play most of these games 8-) 8-)
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+42 2. captain_obvious commented 7 years ago

i always try to step into footsteps of others, like in the snow, or else the floor will fall down. as in those indiana jones movies.
and im 33 years old
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+2 3. huldu commented 7 years ago

Felt like some sort of commercial for xbox. Obviously it's not. I'm playing the troll game!
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+10 4. beerholder commented 7 years ago

I think of a sentence and count the letters on fingers hoping the number divides by 5.
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+10 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 7 years ago

Anxiety is a hell of a drug!
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+3 6. loadme commented 7 years ago

constantly played most of these games until i finish studies and started to work.
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+9 7. Tarc commented 7 years ago

I used to hold breath until something happened :D Still do it sometimes
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+9 8. gouranga4ever commented 7 years ago

I imagine a laser beam on a wall I'm facing and I calculate the angles as it bounces off picture frames and the edges..
It feels good to get that out in the open!
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+26 9. Turisten commented 7 years ago

#1 I'm 28 and I still play these games!
Never grow up!
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+6 10. Platonic commented 7 years ago

even Snotr is a game for me....
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+14 11. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

I thought I was alone :S
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+15 12. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

I used to sit in the back of my parents car and close my eyes and try and keep up with the turns, traffic lights and roundabouts for several miles and then open my eyes and hope that we were where I thought we were. (works better if you know where you are heading) I could do it on a regular 80 mile journey that we used to take most weekends. It's a bit freaky when you open your eyes and find you are somewhere unexpected. I still do it now occassionally from the front seat...scares all the other drivers to death.
I also used to pretend that I was being kidnapped and write little notes on little pieces of paper and let them out of the car window. Apologies to anyone who was actually being kidnapped back in the seventies if it slowed down your release. :S
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+7 13. 01nvr commented 7 years ago

My game is to close my mouth when driving and open it every time there is a drop in the curb or a T junction to 'jump' it. Then start doing it for cars which pass in the opposite direction to 'jump' over them too.

Not going to lie, I look an idiot playing it. :)
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+7 14. corampublico commented 7 years ago

35. Guilty.
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+4 15. senseishin commented 7 years ago

Super Dodgeball NES (the original Nintendo Entertainment System) is his jumping character, haha... wow, all these "games" take me back and I'm only 23. Gotta stay young, gotta relax and not be so serious.
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+6 16. Awaits commented 7 years ago

pulling grass, perfect timing, fastest speed, balance, bicycle slalom, jump and touch, step on a crack, step inside a brick, two steps per crack - jeez, I played them all!
now I'm over 30, and all that is left from above - step inside a brick! often on the streets, sometimes at home - stepping PROPERLY(!) on parquet boards. hell yeah!
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+5 17. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

Counting down from 12 to zero, and getting at zero the moment the metro stops
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+4 18. Benassi-MBeon commented 7 years ago

Plying! all of these except for the lava game. And the first one, im holding a chainsaw instead, and it went all around the globe to the other side of the car xD
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+8 19. loadrunner commented 7 years ago

The fun part of these games. You always win :D
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+8 20. nerdyboy commented 7 years ago

I'm 35 and play them still. It's an OCD thing I suppose.
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+5 21. elchupacabra commented 7 years ago

When going up stairs I count the steps.. mostly climbing two at a time and hoping for an even number at the top :)
And sometimes I'm saying to myself that I will succeed at something in the near future, if something happens or I make something happen, like: "I will pass the exam tomorrow if the next person to come through the door is a girl" or.. "I will win the lottery if I basket this next 3 point shot" :P
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+3 22. moese commented 7 years ago

0:28 I always imagined ultra fast rocket-trains driving through those crash barrier rails
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+3 23. deniedhost commented 7 years ago

OCD Obsessive–compulsive disorder

if the level is to high will mess seriously your life...
i know it because i have it
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+2 24. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

I'm in my 50s and still play them. When I run in the mornings with my dog I can only step once in each concrete slab of the sidewalk. Keeps me from slowing down unintentionally, especially uphill. Now for the dog...not sure he's playing too.