First World Problem: Too many games on my Ipod

I remember fighting over who gets to play ‘Snake’ on the cell phone, and feeling a sense of accomplishment once I got to play, even if it was for 10 minutes. The screens were small, and the devices were slow, but it was a great boredom kill for me when I was a kid. Hey, I was even jealous if a few of my friends had a couple of extra games. Silly, right?

Fast forward to today and I’m 26 years old who owns a cell phone and an Ipod. I have a lot of games, some free and some that I bought, but the thrill is gone. Sure, I do get happy when I play my favourite games, but some of them have gone to the Ipod/cell phone graveyard.

“There are no games to play anymore,” man, do I feel awful when I say that.

We are all very spoiled thanks to the advancement in technology. Let’s not forget to appreciate what we have.

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❤ ❤ ❤ Love, Ellie ❤ ❤ ❤

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6 thoughts on “First World Problem: Too many games on my Ipod

  1. I remember when we had a very tall tree cut down in our back yard when I was a kid. Once the very top and the branches were lopped off, there was only the tall, thin trunk remaining, about 30 feet off the ground. One of the tree loppers stood on top, completely unsupported, playing Snakes on his mobile phone. It was the most glamorous and daring thing I had ever seen. I don’t think Candy crush would have had the same effect.

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