Friday, July 29, 2011

Facebook addiction

Gah!!!I'm seriously addicted to the facebook game. Thanks to creative of facebook game creator for upgrading the game until so advance likes planting,fashion,diner dash..Empire and Allies is my addiction lately!The fun part that i like is I can have "virtual war" between friends(neighbours of the game)..At first i was like not so wanted to play until i heard my friends saying it's great, and thanks her for passing me the virus!Now, the main purpose for me online is to update my empire rather than blogging!Ooopsss...  :p

This is my empire of level 16!!!ngek ngek
My addiction virus has also pass to my notty sister!LOL...recently, there will be some shouting around the house like "jie, send me energy for empire allies!!!now!!" or "jie come come!!i'm getting to fight with the enemy already..help see see" Then, i will blackmail her by sending me gift as return for the help!!*bad me =D* However, there were also another yelled fom other side "gaming again??" "no studies for exam huh..you all exam is coming,never see u all study,gaming so rajin..bla bla bla" haha, no doubts that is from mum!

choose your weapons and start to FIGHT!!!!(this is notty sister's battle!)
With my precious advise, she won the battle!(joking joking..it's common sense!anybody can win)

Ooppssssss...it's time to collect RENTAL $$ already!!
got to go peeps!I will update my blog again soon!!
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ohya, the rental i meant is about the virtual rental from 
-Empire and Allies-
Hahaha!!! 8D

2 comments:

  1. really, the FB/Zynga games are really a very bad bad addiction. I was couple of months back really addict of these Games. I am happy that I have completely stopped it now. I just removed these Game applications from my FB profile.

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  2. According to recent research by Ofcom, 37% of adults and 60% of teens admit to being ‘highly addicted’ to their smartphones, with users checking their smartphones on average, 34 times a day. Additionally, 51% of adults and 65% of teens use their smartphones while socializing with others, and 22% and 47% respectively, confess to answering their smartphones even while on the toilet.

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