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Recovering frooks addict

Mar 29, 2024 by Mexash
As many of you know… I am a frooks addict. Since coming back to this site in late June, I have played close to a hundred games. At least 80% of them being frookies. For a period of time there was not a single day that I was not in at least one frooks, sometimes up to three or four. I have played frookies in bars, driving in cars, at the movies, in a room full of friends, parked next to the place I picked up my sushi, on a beach in hawaii. I have taken an exit on the highway to park my car on the side of the road just to get my fix (and I won that game too)! At some point you have to realize there’s a problem. Because of the rotation and games being so limited, for so long I felt the need to join every game because it could be another day till the next (and seeing a frookies filling is so thrilling), but recently I’ve taken the time to step back and realize like damn it is not that serious. I genuinely have an amazing life and the only reason I play these games is because I am extremely competitive and this site is so unique in the fact that you’re constantly competing against real people. I will still definitely play frookies but I am slowly trying to distance myself because I’ve realized I have put getting that validation from others over my responsibilities , friends and the rest of the shit going on in my life. Like yesterday I had a two hour drive to my college town for country night and I got there almost an hour late cause I wanted to finish my frooks game before the trip and made my friends have to wait for me. This is kinda cringe don’t judge me that hard but I hope some others can relate at least a bit


We need to find you a new addiction.
Sent by Alisowned,Mar 29, 2024

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