How to live with someone who has first-person shooter disease

Most of us are more than familiar with the movement you experience in the first person shooter games. More specifically modern shooter games of this age. That swinging motion going left and right all the time, regardless of where you’re going. It can be pretty dazing at times, but you get used to it after a while and it grows on to you to the point you don’t even notice it anymore. Although, having to deal with such motion in real life, where you’d be moving that way constantly, performing every task the same way you perform then in those kinds of video games. Having to cycle through the inventory to equip your cell phone, press E to use the said cell phone and all those gems you get to find in games.
The following story is a story about a man who has this condition, has to live with it every day and has others that support him in his every day struggle.


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  1. lol .. kinda sounds like all FPS Fan’s story..

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