|baron arem heshvaun
Actually saying "out of character" can typically get old fast, which is why I offer the added suggestion of having an out-of-character hand sign instead. The old fingers-crossed was very successful in my college gaming group for a while, until the fist-on-forehead sign migrated over from the LARPing crowd.
I had the Guitar Hero experience he talks about, except it wasn't Guitar Hero. It was Tetris when it first came out 20 some years ago. I played it so much that I'd be playing it in my head when I went to sleep, in my dreams, while in class at school, pretty much everywhere. I remember being really weirded out by the fact. It was truely an obsession for a while.
|Mark Moreland Director of Brand Strategy