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One-Liner Wednesday – Priorities

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In Akihabara, Tokyo, they take their video games somewhat more seriously than their fast food.

Photo by me, November 2015

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26 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – Priorities

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  3. I love this, so nice and light-hearted.

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  15. Why doesn’t the fact that that it’s a Golden Arches surprise me? 😂

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  16. I’m with Dan…not into video games…feeling old and kind of dumb.

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  17. I’m not sure I would have realized that was a video game. I feel old now 😦

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  22. Hi linda I’ve made my #1linerWeds but I am not sure if that correct 🤔

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