Saturday, January 27, 2007

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We're off to eat a hearty breakfast so that we can test drive cars all day then attend a friend's 35th birthday celebration playing ... um, laser tag. I will not be playing that, I will instead hide out in the arcade playing skee ball.

Have I ever mentioned I love arcades? I could play skee ball for hours, and actually have! I even played it in a huge oceanside arcade on my honeymoon.

My favorite video game is another matter. I can't choose just one. More on that later.

What's your favorite arcade game, video or otherwise?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have never played Laser Tag, but it sort of sounds fun... Skee Ball, on the other hand... I LOVE Skee Ball! I played a few weeks ago at the roller rink (yes, I said roller rink... I went roller skating; what of it?). The Skee Ball alley was really short and it was obnoxious bright colors and the balls were plastic instead of wood, but it was still a blast.

Have fun!

Anonymous said...

Skee ball is my favoritest! I could play that for hours....

Anonymous said...

I can definitely play skee-ball for hours, but my favorite has to be House of the Dead (i think that's what it's called). I love to shoot zombies.

Anonymous said...

I can definitely play skee-ball for hours, but my favorite has to be House of the Dead (i think that's what it's called). I love to shoot zombies.

Avitable said...

Your question is confusing. Are you asking the favorite arcade game? Or are you asking the favorite arcade game, video game, or otherwise?

If it's the former, skeeball. It's just simple but tons of fun.

If it's the latter, I'd have to think about it.

Poppy Cede said...

Sorry for the confusion. I usually reread my posts about 3 times after I post them to make sure they make some sort of sense, but as I was finishing up the writing of the post Hay was standing over me bugging me to go to breakfast right then. Rather than have a reminder session about who the boss is (that'd be me) I clicked on Publish and took off.

On the flip side, I appreciate it when people interpret me however they care to and respond accordingly. I like when I make people think, so you keep on thinking and I look forward to the answer.