When we were young, we can play video games all day long, but when we get older and have a kid, it will be difficult. A Father can never play video games because of the Update. It’s sound crazy, but it’s a true story of a local father Seth Atley
A Father can never play video games because of the Update
A Father can never play video games because of the Update

After weeks on end being disturbed by his kids and wife, local father Seth Atley finally had a spare moment to play video games last night. He sat down on the couch, Turn on his favorite first-person shooter on his Xbox, and got to spend a full 15 minutes downloading patches before a child screamed so loud somewhere in the house.

“Sometimes you just need to get by yourself, fire up the Xbox, and download 80 gigs of patches,” he said as he turned the console back off and went downstairs to see which kid got hurt or if they fighting each other or not.

A Father can never play video games because of the Update
A Father can never play video games because of the Update

Atley hasn’t actually played video games for many years, since every time he gets a few spare minutes, he spends the whole time downloading patches, updates, and fixes. But he knows that one of these days, he’ll have a fully up-to-date game, and he’ll get to spend at least a minute or two to play a game and getting shot by 13-year-olds before he is called away to do something dumb like “chores” or “saving his kid from falling off a cupboard”.

Fortunately, his Call of Duty installation is now 100% up to date, so he’ll be ready for next time he fires up his Xbox, maybe he can play a game. Unfortunately, he won’t get to play for another three weeks, at which point another 160 gigabytes of updates will be waiting for him.

A Father can never play video games because of the Update
A Father can never play video games because of the Update

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