How would your life be different if professional wrestling never existed?

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by Red Rain, Jul 12, 2014.

  1. Just as the title says.
    I imagine I would have replaced it with something else, but I think my life would have been a lot better for not spending hours upon hours of my life on something that's completely fabricated.

    I'd probably have another degree if it wasn't for wrestling.
    What little imagination I do have is because of wrestling.
    A great deal of my swagger comes from somewhat living vicariously through pro wrestlers.

    How would your life be different? More successful? Less successful? Where would you be?
     
  2. Probably the same person lol just would have filled the void with another video game franchise.
     
  3. I actually think my life would be better off, honestly. There's been times when I'd rather be doing other shit than watching wrestling, but because I've been a fan of it for nearly eighteen years at this point, I always end up being drawn back into watching it even when I don't want to be.

    I don't know what it is, but something about sub-par acting, simplistic storylines and grown men in their underwear having fake matches all rolled into one just has a certain magnetism about it that attracts you and sucks you into it. I think it's something that you'll always end up going back to at some point if you've ever been a hardcore fan of it at any time in your life.
     
  4. People always say wrestling has done me no good in life.

    at the end of the day, they are overthinking things. wrestling does what it says on the tin, it fills time. i have not got the motivation to get a job as I know I am too smart for the job market and the education route. wrestling keeps my mind from wondering too much.

    if it makes you happy, who gives a shiny shit
     
  5. Would have played different video games as a kid
     
  6. Most of us would not be on the fringes of socity, not that that it is a bad thing

    I hate it when wrestling fans do not accept they are on the fringes of society. If you are open as a wrestling fan you should accept that you will live on the outskirts. Most wrestling fans like heavy metal, have beards and have nerdy interests. Do not fight it, accept it
     
  7. I wouldn't be a fan of wrestling. lol
     
  8. I wouldn't have been able to tug my pud looking at sable and Torrie Wilson in playboy.
     
  9. Your act is getting lame. All your posts are the same. You're so self righteous, why are you even here dude. Get in a time machine and take your a** back to 2003. On December 31, 2003 get in a time machine and take your a** back to January 1, 2003.

    'At the end of the...' takes your a** back to 2003.

     
  10. wish I could go back to 2003 lad

    so would you lot if you knew what we had back then
     
  11. 2003 was a great year for Randy Orton. It was a great year for wrestling.
    Unfortunately, I have to eat so I got a better job and a degree because my mom wouldn't tolerate the BS you're talking.
    It's fantastic your folks are okay with you being 11 years behind the rest of us.
    It doesn't bother them you have no career, no prospects and no desire to change yourself or your situation.
    Most men don't have that luxury so we're stuck doing jobs we hate and taking classes we ate because life dictates it.

    You'll have to beg our indulgence if we have no sympy for you. Apparently, you've got it all figured it out. You're smarter than @Stopspot, Seabs and me and any other person on this site who went though grueling years of college while you quit because you were above it all.

    I've nothing against you, man. It's just difficult to get along with you when you discount everything we say and expect to indulge in your philosophies.
     
  12. Just like D'Z said, I would of play alot more genre of video games. WWE was a huge part of my video game collection when i was younger. Now not so much.
     
  13. Violence and action seem to be the common theme here. Without wrestling, we'd need our violence/action fix without being deemed as unethical.
    Let's face it, random violence is unethical. However, as evidence by this thread, we all love a certain amount of violence/action in our daily lives.
     
    • Agree Agree x 1
  14. I'd probably be a soccer fan.:dawg:
     
  15. It wouldn't be much different, just not signed up for some forums, would've never met some people (relates to a very close friend of mine) and would watch different TV on Monday Nights.
     
  16. great year all round lad, Manson was on top and the local boozer was ticking more..

    Education just never stimulated me, ha ha, what can I say
     
  17. I get it. If you survive more power to you.
    I can't be jelly if your game works.
     
  18. I have what i need in life.

    booze
    wrestling
    Nin/Manson

    I would hate life without one of those, but at the end of the day, i have all them. Plus i have a bigger build, and good looks to boot