ok... What does "Casual" mean again?

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  1. PoV

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    "Casual games" - Games that we sometimes make.

    ... wait... what?
     
  2. papillon

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    Wait, I thought women were supposed to be all about sharing and teamwork? At least, that's what my last memo on 'how to be a proper woman' read. Darn it! People keep updating these things when I'm not looking!
     
  3. AlexWeldon

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    I said individual sports as opposed to team OR one-on-one sports. I think the psychological difference isn't about being part of a team or not, it's about whether the goal of the sport is just to do something as well as you can (skiing, running, rowing, gymnastics, etc.), or trying to beat the other person or team. The former goal is more in line with most women's personalities, whereas the latter is quite aggressive and macho.
     
  4. PoV

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    You should try harder. :p
     

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