Video game memories: Lemmings

I have never actually played the PC game Lemmings, but I have a funny story about it anyway. Way back in the day, when I was in high school, I was in the break room at work. (I was a bagger for a now-defunct grocery chain.)

One of my fellow employees was teasing a front end manager about killing Lemmings. Her response: “They remind me of the baggers. Let them die!”

Now wait just a minute here!

We all had a good laugh, and it was all in good fun.

2 thoughts on “Video game memories: Lemmings

  1. Michael Newton

    So, your teachers at Grace Baptist “Academy” permitted, or even encouraged such “worldly” games in defiance of “scripture”? Or were you sneaking them? Either way, a heaping helping of hypocrisy.


  2. The above user is banned from commenting here because he refuses to be civil, but I approved this comment to illustrate what Tibbs Derangement Syndrome looks like.

    I am accused of “hypocrisy” because of a game someone else played, and because she made a joke in the break room at work about how the Lemmings she allowed to “die” reminded her of me and my fellow baggers.

    There is no form of “logic” where this would be my fault, yet the banned user blames me for this anyway.


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