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Hello, fellow gamers and weirdos! I'm Carson. I'm that weird guy you see, but try to avoid. But once you get to know me, you can't get enough of me! Enough of the lies.... I was born in the middle of nowhere (Canada). I try to be funny, but I just end up making a fool out of myself. I'm also a one of those Christian guys. If you happen to be one, you can join my groupy group for Christians. I won't shove my beliefs in your face. I only share with people who want to hear it.... I've been a gamer all of my life. The first game I played was probably Zelda Link's Awakening on the Gameboy. I would always try to steal the bow and shovel from the merchant, but he would always kill me if I dare return! D: I love to eat all sorts of consumables. Though I'm not overweight surprisingly. I was blessed with an awesome metabolism I guess! My favorite food is Spaghetti. I can't get enough of it... How could something so simple, be so darn good? It amazes me.... I
I'm very critical when it comes to games. Games are my passion, so when I'm critical, that's just me wanting what's best for the industry. The most unique game out there is Breakdown. It's a first person fighting game with a huge array of combos and fun enemies to fight. It was made by Namco in 2003. But, unfortunately, it got murdered by the critics for the stupidest reasons. One of those reasons being lame controls... *Sigh* Anyways, if you have an Xbox or a 250GB 360 Slim, I highly recommend this game. Give it a go!
I always try to be nice to everyone. I hate getting into debates, or angering people. If I do anger someone, I'll always feel bad and apologize two minutes later. I want to like everyone, and I want to get along with everyone. Though that's impossible, I will surely try the best I can to make it somewhat possible!
I was homeschooled through most of my childhood years. I went to public schools for three years maybe when I was in Elementary school. I would be asked all the time if I ever get lonely because of it. And I would respond with the same answer. No, I don't. I have awesome people to talk to. Whether they're my homeschooling pals, my family, or you, the people at GIO, I'm always satisfied with who I get to talk to.
I'll probably try and add more to this if time has mercy on me... Until then, lets play some games! Thanks for taking the time to read this dull bio!