There's this old meme. It shows a photo of a woman on a couch, looking at the camera with a stoic face. Behind her on the same couch is a guy, who we assume she's in a relationship with. Below the photo it has a diary entry from her where she discusses her internal struggle with trying to connect with her man, who in the photo, so cleverly composed, is seated in the opposite corner, strategically symbolizing the conflict and distance in their relationship. I'm pretty sure it's a stock photo, but it does a great job expressing the disconnect, lack of love and attention this woman is experiencing. After her vulnerable, soul crushing entry, the meme proceeds to start his entry, which is explaining exactly what is going through his mind. Now, I know this meme is a bit dated, #2019 #woke. However, this meme has stuck with me over the years because it 100% happened to me. At least with a video game. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time. Here's the meme: In my case, my girlfriend at the time (bless her heart), kept asking me what was wrong and I felt so stupid for being so emotionally and mentally consumed by the game so I kept telling her, "nothing. I'm fine," which we know is triggering in ANY relationship, until eventually we got into a full blown fight and I finally told her. "Water Temple, can't f*cking figure it out." * * * Insiders, what game had you so bamboozled it ate away at your soul? This is the Thread of the Week, let's hear your stories!