can anyone else not stay off that. Im supposed to be a tough marine yet im like addicted to farmville
I should change to farmville. I started farmtown and bombed.
they are addicting. some of those plots are amazing.
That's absolutely ridiculous - a grown man, and a marine addicted to farmville....you really need to grow up.....and play castle age instead *grin*
very funny, simey, have you played before??
the other night I asked my young adult son to help me revive my dying farm and once we got new seed planted, fruit harvested from trees, he decided he liked it enough to start his own farm. now he's addicted and wakes up early to harvest and plant before he goes to work. and my farm is making money, finally.
My boyfriend has the same problem. Sometimes I feel like I have to offer him experience points just to take out the trash!
I am addicted as well...OH GAWD, I have to go harvest my rasperries!
What's your ID? I'll sent you an invite...
And yes, it is addictive....
I'd be happy to be a neighbor.
My name is Laurel Rogers
(Same profile pic)
And here I thought I was the only one lol
Farmtown and treasure madness are 2 I play
But listen to this. I have been doing Fish Wrangler since October 2008 and I have been see 100 percent of the days so since October 2008 I have got on at least once a day and had a cast.
Jezz what a nerd I am
if I see one more update about someone finding a new lamb or having a bumper crop of cuddle corn or whatever, I'm going to whine about it on the internet.
Ok. I do not play farmville. My addiction is Hubpages; however all my in-laws do. Am I being unkind by saying that all those darn farmville posts are clogging up my facebook account? I have to scroll through all their farmer john accomplishments (literally hundreds) just to find my other friend's posts. I don't want to un-friend them, but the clutter is overwhelming.
Green Lotus, simply click on your name at the top of your FB page and you'll only see the posts that are sent to you and not all of them.
I'm addicted to making those silly games!
You can also mouse over the item and click on hide, that will hide everything from Farmville. It works for other applications too.
are you all serious!?!?! you cant let it suck you in!!! NOOOO! I almost got addicted to Yoville or villie...but I saved myself.
I dont get it....
maybe cuz I dont have facebook, and I do have a garden? I feel so left out though.....
You are blessed with the real thing.
Sorry to be a spoilsport but I made a deliberate decision to focus on my real garden and not play farmville. Figured getting into sun and fresh air much better than virtual game since I have a real backyard garden to cultivate.
Love Facebook Scrabble though. And yea, spend too much time in religion forum.
I went insane and posted on Farmville.com for more neighbours and now it's starting to feel like a chore every day
I quit playing it I never remembered to harvest my crops and they'd die. I bought fence, but my animals escaped...it was a true farming disaster.
Farmville is so soothing for me...I play every morning-having planted rice every night-while I drink my coffee. Then on to HubPages.
Sorry your neighbors are such a pain, UW, I have managed to keep them to a manageable number!
I'm not addicted to Farmville or Farmtown, but my mom and sister are, lol.
I play Cafe World, but now I'm not as addicted to it. I was until I realized that I could only have so many people come in my restaurant at one time, and then it kind of ruined it for me, lol.
Saw this video:
http://videogames.yahoo.com/events/play … 01/1386809
I'm on facebook a lot and have had many farmville neighbor requests but thank goodness I have remained strong and have not given into the temptation!!! I hear once it bites you, you are gone forever!
I used to be addicted to Farmville...reached level 25 in such a short span of time. Well that was before I joined HubPages
Hubpages addiction cured my Farmville addiction LOL.
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