No…this isn't a thread about how the PS Vita sucks…and how the only thing it's good for is toilet paper. I actually like the little guy, sure it's not the best thing since sliced bread, but it has its moments.
My Vita has become like my Wii…kind of just sitting around waiting for that
special game to play. It's like a CoD camper, it just waits there, not moving a
muscle until I walk by…then it's plow...how do you like me now.
Well this past weekend I was given Resistance: Burning Skies just because
people knew how much I enjoyed the series on the PS3. At first I just put it
aside not really giving it a second thought, but then for some strange reason
as I was lying in bed staring at the ceiling I figured I would give it a try.
While playing the game my stomach felt as if it was bubbling over...kind of
like a witches cauldron...so I had to make a mad dash to the crapper…of course
with the Vita still in my hands.
As I sat there dropping off the goods…I was playing the Vita the whole time…not
being aware of how much time had passed because I was so deep into my game.
Once I snapped back into reality and realized I was sitting in my own funk for
what must have been twenty minutes or so I was ready to move on.
I placed my Vita on the shelf and started taking care of business…all the time
being careful not to hurt my Vita…like any good parent would do. I couldn’t very
well try to handle business with my Vita in my hands…unless of course I was
like an octopus…then I could wipe and play at the same time…now that would be
When everything was all cleaned out I attempted to stand
up...but with my legs not having any feeling in them since sat so long it
didn't work out as planned. I almost crashed into the shower but luckily was
able to grab onto the sink and hold myself up until I regained feeling back
into my legs.
So the moral of this story is, don't game on the toilet unless you have a
spotter...and don't touch my Vita when you come over, unless you're wearing
gloves or have some hand sanitizer available.