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The woman had showered, dressed, and even put her shoes on by the time her husband finally crawled out of bed. They were on vacation, so she didn't mind letting him sleep in. It was an opportunity for her to play Mr. Driller while he went through his own morning routine.
She had just taken Susumi past the 10,000 ft. mark when she heard the *click* behind her.
My wife and I, newlyweds on a honeymoon trip, hadn't thought to bring watches or cell phones on our trip, and we never seemed to see a clock anywhere, not even in the hotels we stayed at, so we resorted to checking the Nintendo DS whenever we wanted to know what time it was. It was pretty goofy, but it worked!
And so, every morning, she would check the DS's clock and play Mr. Driller while I readied myself, waiting for the day ahead. Everyone should bring a DS along on their honeymoon!
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
2-21-2008 @ 10:35AM
I brought my DS on my honeymoon. Strangely enough, I beat most of my best records on Brain Age by a large margin there.
I didn't play the DS much, but it was useful while my wife was taking a nap.
2-21-2008 @ 3:02PM
*Cough Cough* There was an experiment on television with a boxer. They measured all his stats such as stamina and intelligence before and err after sex with his wife. He proved marginally stronger after uniting with his wife. Wink wink nod nod.
2-21-2008 @ 6:57PM
That is awesome.
Didn't really get a chance to have a honeymoon with my hubby, but I'm sure if we had, our DS's would have been with us. We pretty much don't leave home without them.
That's just...yeah, that actually made me "awww".
Why do you always do that, Eric!?
2-23-2008 @ 3:34PM
Hmmm...I took my old Game Boy with me on our honeymoon, since it was the only handheld I had and I've traveled often enough overseas to know that there will be times when you must wait, sit, wait, and more waiting while traveling. This was before I had my Rocket eBook so it was the Game Boy and a portable CD player that came in handy during those times. Plus a deck of cards. ALWAYS bring one of those when traveling, especially overseas.