Playing games are healthy activity

Discussion in 'Sport Talk' started by adriatomy, Aug 27, 2014.

  1. adriatomy

    adriatomy New Member

    Is it true that games are healthy activity for rotine life? today it is the period of computer and video games.The kids as well as young generation have become addicted of games. is it ok or not?
  2. plumberboy

    plumberboy Well-Known Member

    No idea!!!!!
  3. Need a bigger hammer

    Need a bigger hammer Active Member

    Explain "rotine." Do you mean Rotten? Or "Rotting?"
  4. plumberboy

    plumberboy Well-Known Member

    No idea on that either.:)
  5. joinerjohn1

    joinerjohn1 Screwfix Select

    I think he means "Routine" ... and in answer to the OP, when you say games are a healthy activity. then yes games can be a healthy activity. Anything that get's your heart beating a bit faster than normal and exercises the muscles is good.. Playing games on a pile of silicon however, isn't healthy, that's one reason why kids are getting fatter, than their predecessors.
    Mention games to kids these days and they'll immediately think of Grand Theft Auto, or Call Of Duty, FIFA 2014 etc, etc. Mention it to someone over the age of 30 and they'll think of Super Mario, or Sonic the Hedgehog. Mention it to anyone over the age of 40-50 and they'll think of football on the park, tennis down the courts at the local rec, or basketball on't side of the house. Mention it to someone over the age of 60 and they'll think of British Bulldog in the school playground, or hide and seek, or some such thing.
    Games mean different things to different generations. ;);)
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  6. adriatomy

    adriatomy New Member

    thanks dear :)
  7. Rick1632

    Rick1632 Member

    I take HUGE exception to that!

    I remember British Bulldog quite fondly, and I'm nowhere NEAR 60!!

    METRO MARK Active Member

    Ahhh the hours we spent on the Atari playing ping pong, and Ping pong,,, and ping pong ... Thats all Folks :)
    And space hoppers, Pogo sticks, stretch Armstrong....and the list goes on

    Blady PS4 had to resort to hiding the controller with my secret stash of Kit Kats from the kids, just to get their attention
  9. marwen

    marwen New Member

    Well saying mate

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