are you ok with telling people you still play RS now
Too much words my eyes cant handle it
I'm curious, obviously when we were still in education most of us wouldn't dream of revealing that we still play to people after primary/secondary school. Unless absolutely sure whoever we were talking to wouldn't mercilessly ridicule us or played themselves too. The risk of becoming a social outcast because you weren't a CoD/Battlefield/FIFA/whatever nut (the only acceptable games if you HAD to play any) was just too great.
However, it's safe to assume that the majority of people reading this topic are now well into their 20s. Do you guys still feel a sense of shame when it comes to talking about RS, or are you happy to 'out yourself' because (let's be honest...) who really cares in the adult wold? I personally have no problem with doing so. Whether it be in front of female coworkers or whatever. In fact it's fun to play up to that because it always gets them to sigh and roll their eyes exaggeratedly. But before anyone starts to raise their eyebrows - I don't make it a habit to only talk about RS with them...it's just for the exclusive sake of banter...
Back to the serious talk though, my bringing it up in conversation is what actually led to the discovery that 6 guys from work still play on-and-off. Though they were a bit apprehensive to start with - they're now fully committed to OSRS (all making accounts together) and it's nice to break up the monotony of the job by swapping stories of our progress and tips to help each other out. In fact at the pub during work drinks for a girl that was leaving, two ended up having a serious discussion (that I was roped into mediating Dragon's Den style) about teaming up to make cocktails for money.
So yeah, how has everyone else fared?