The gates are open!
The stars my destination.
Hey sugar daddy,
Not sure if youíve heard, but Xbox One is now available. That means we can start playing games like Crimson Dragon. I know, I know. Youíd rather wash the dog than watch me get sweaty, but hear me out on this. Xbox One is actually for both of us. Seriously.
I put together a list of reasons why the console could benefit you and meótogether and apart, but mostly together:
1. Games! Maybe you donít LOVE games like I do, but thereís really something for everyone. While Iím playing Crimson Dragon, you might like dance games. And since you were just begging me to dance, Iím willing to play Xbox Fitness just for you. Itís a win-win!
2. Entertainment for both of us. You love movies and I love music. Well, with the Xbox One, we can love both. We can catch your favorite band AND check out my favorite team. Just think of all this togetherness we're going to experience. Itís gonna be awesome!
3. It will help us get fit. The console offers Xbox Fitness free with Xbox Live Gold through December 2014* so I can get bikini body you've always dreamed of, while working out to Tracy Anderson.
4. Play with others. Youíve been encouraging me to hang out with your friends and it just so happens that Xbox One has the best multiplayer service that finds like-minded gamers with Smart Match. So donít you worry. If we get an Xbox One, Iíll be hanging out with your friends in no time.
5. We can talk on Skype with your creepy uncle whom, of course, I love dearly. Heck, we can even talk to them while we watch your favorite movie.
So what do you say? Letís be like an awesome movie montageójust me, you, and my our Xbox Oneótogether at last.
p.s. Did I mention how beautiful you are? And how I really appreciate that you sing me to sleep?
p.p.s If (or should I say when) we get Xbox One, you have dibs on the first show that we experience together.
p.p.p.s Long story short: I really, really, really want one for the holidaysóyíknow... for us.
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