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Does your family know that you play on Kongregate?

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I’ve never told my family. Not once.

 
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im so careless i leave the site without closing it off, my mom sees it but i really cant care

 
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No, never. Kongregate, porn and my crack habit are the three family destroyers I’d never tell a soul about.

 
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Yes, my parents know, and my older sister also has an account, and she still occasionally comes on. It’s not as if I actively go out of my way to tell people, but they kind of have to notice when it’s what I seem to be doing a fair amount of the time.

 
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Yes, and I convinced most of my friends to join as well.

 
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I don’t tell anyone i’m on Kong, some of my friends already know about Kong but we play mostly other online games.

 
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My parents kinda know. One of my friend knows.

 
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My parents know for sure, and quite a few of my friends decided to stalk my FB and learn about it, then they also signed up or asked me about it IRL. It’s strange.

 
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Yes. It’s an online gaming site; what’s wrong with that?

 
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Originally posted by Kerfuffley:

Yes. It’s an online gaming site; what’s wrong with that?

Some parents, mine included, seem to not understand the merits of socializing with “fake” people, so a site like Kong puts them off. Sure, it’s good to socialize with people face to face, but Kong has actually helped me with that, through meeting people and doing things like TinyChat (close enough to a face to face conversation), and it’s actually made me more sociable in general.

 
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I haven’t told my parents that I play on Kong, but they see me playing on it so idk.

 
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My parents know and don’t really care. I actually find it fun when I’m home from school they ask me what I did in the month or two that I was gone and I say “I got about 200 badges on Kongregate. It was awesome. Playing games really pays off!” And they wonder what the hell I’m talking about. My brother laughs about it though.

Oh and a few of my friends know that if I’m ignoring them I’m either here or with my gf. And my gf knows and even tells me to play it when I’m over and she’s doing homework.

 
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Nope and it’s going to stay that way. :3

 
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I try my best to convince my mother that I don’t play any games at all. (Says the level 65)

 
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Yeah. :D Having a Kongregate account isn’t something to be ashamed of, gees.
I got my nephew and brother signed up, and I convinced my sister to play here a few times.
When I used to log on at the library I’d tell people about the site too.

 
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Meh my dad does, only because I got myself into a few contests on here, or he asked me while I was on it. My mom probably doesn’t even know what flash games are, let alone kong itself.

 
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Yup! I know a few people with accounts on here aswell

 
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They know I play games, but not on Kong specifically.

 
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Originally posted by Kerfuffley:

Yes. It’s an online gaming site; what’s wrong with that?

I’m worried that if I begin a conversation about Kongregate it’s quickly going to turn to conversation about employment, or a lack of it.

 
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Only my cousins know.

 
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They both probably knew long time ago but have probably forgotten it

They don’t care what am I doing on a computer, just how much I’m on it

 
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Yes. it is a common topic of discussion(this site, along with many other sites I visit) at family events.

Most of them know the majority of sites i visit.

 
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My bro know’s and couple of friends no1 would care Ma family dont know just bro an couple of friends

 
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yeah, i used to use it as a coverup for porn.

 
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Originally posted by 123aaa789:

Some parents, mine included, seem to not understand the merits of socializing with “fake” people, so a site like Kong puts them off.

This. It’s not like I’m ashamed or anything, not at all. I just don’t want to have to deal with my parents not understand. My father didnt and be was always giving me a hard time about it.