12 November 2008

What do you do on your lunch break?

What do you do on your lunch break?

These guys play Magic: The Gathering.





They left their lairs today and convened at Jason's Deli for a quick gaming break. Their table was covered with about 17 dice, a few large packs of cards, and, of course, lunch.

On their own, they were all average looking people, but get them together, and you can tell that in elementary school, they rocked the pogs, in middle school, they couldn't be separated from their SEGA Dreamcasts, and in high school, their Friday nights were spent in basements with lots of pizza and a Dungeon Master's Guide. And through it all, they've always carried around at least four dice, to aid with all their decision making and gaming needs.

Imagine what life would be like without these guys.

There would be no Dwight Schrute.





No Comic Book Guy.





And most importantly, no Seth Cohen.





So let the gaming continue!

7 comments:

Diane said...

Love the comparisons! I'm just wondering if these guys even saw you across the room from them taking their picture...or were they too occupied. How do you think of these things?!

Kimberly said...

Oh, Seth Cohen! Why, oh why did the O.C. have to end...I loved that show and loved his character! You always reminded me a bit of him.

Robyn said...

You're so funny. I kind of don't get it, but you can explain later. What would we do without Dwight?

dede said...

It seems like taking pictures of people without them knowing is a reoccuring theme in your life.

I have no response to the Seth Cohen reference.

Grandma Hand said...

I guess I belong to the "I DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT".

Who is Seth Cohen?

Aimee said...

You are so right! I love this blog!

Missy said...

I don't know what everyone else is talking about, I totally get it. Dwight Shrewt is my favorite. Sooo funny. You really can't always tell these guys in real life by appearance only. Only two ways to tell. 1) see them often enough to witness their weird behavior (most people try to avoid this approach) or 2) accidentally see them with a group of their peers. Gotcha Dwight! Avoid accordingly...