Girlfriend gifted her gamer boyfriend a Call of Duty Xbox game, but he needed to sign a contract to get it.
Having a gamer boyfriend/girlfriend is really frustrating especially if you, as the partner, don’t play games. Ashley Davison might have had enough of her boyfriend Blake Perry ignoring her all the time. So, she decided to handle things in a way that might work for the two of them. Davison fashioned a contract that includes a weird set of conditions like her boyfriend giving her attention, texting back within 11 minutes, pausing the game to talk to her, and more. Blake has to read and understand the set of rules before he could get his hand on his Call of Duty gift.
There are a total of five rules in this unique COD contract. Blake signed and agreed to it by saying “I Blake Perry will follow these rules and in return will be enjoying my new game and loving my girlfriend at the same time.”
He signed it but later tweeted this photo with the caption “Little does she know these rules will be broken”. Blake’s tweet has been going on around twitter. Although this was obviously just a joke between the couple, a lot of twitter users dubbed Ashley Davison as the “crazy girlfriend”.
Here are the rules written in the contract
- If I call you must pause game and talk to me with full attention.
- No starting another match if we are planning to hangout or I ask to hangout.
- You must ask if it is okay for you to play if I am over at your house. Make sure I have something to do while you are in battle.
- You must reply to a text in no longer than 11 minutes.
- Do not forget to give me as much attention.
- I Blake Perry will follow these rules and in return will be enjoying my new game and loving my girlfriend at the same time. But if I do not follow these rules my girlfriend, Ashley Davison, can take this game away from me at any time for the rest of my life.
Entering a relationship needs commitment and a certain level of attention. Most gamers find it hard to even pause a game let alone make time for their loved ones. Fortunately, some are lucky enough to find a partner who is supportive but also wants to keep the relationship alive. As a gamer, would you sign a contract like this in exchange for your favorite game?