Some people believe it’s a myth, but those people are wrong. There are indeed hot girl gamers to be found everywhere. These are ladies who just happen to be beautiful while kicking your butt at Call of Duty, Tekken x Street Fighter, or World of Warcraft.
We’ve all seen pictures of gorgeous women posing seductively with games and controllers, but sexy pictorials do not hot girl gamer make. It begs the question for some of whether or not there really are hot girl gamers out there.
Don’t worry, there are.
Beautiful Women Who Love Video Games
You might be surprised at some of the beautiful, world-famous women in Hollywood who are unabashed gamers. These four ladies would definitely make any top ten list of the hottest girl gamers in the world:
Gamer Girls Are Everywhere
Never assume that beautiful women can’t love video games just as much as you do. Cameron Diaz is a self-professed fan of World of Warcraft. Megan Fox has been known to blow them away at Halo on Xbox Live. The list goes on, and the hot gaming girls are everywhere. Just don’t be upset, if they happen to leave you in the dust with their abilities.
And don’t forget to be respectful. Just because there’s a beautiful woman playing against you in Soul Calibur V or Battlefield 4 doesn’t mean she deserves any less respect than you would give to one of the guys. Hot girl gamers can be as talented as they are lovely.
Author Byline: My name is Eric. I was born in 1972 in Ohio. I’ve always been interested in writing. At the age of 10, while living in Kansas, I started my own magazine.
Looking to throw a holiday party but dreading that clichéd, cheesy, same-old Christmas music? You’re in luck. There’s a whole host of awesome indie holiday music out there, sure to give your party the festive yet hip vibe you’re looking for. Here are your best bets.
1. She & Him – A Very She and Him Christmas
In 2006, actress Zooey Deschanel and indie darling M. Ward joined forces to create She & Him. After producing two successful albums in the following years, they decided it was time to put their spin on holiday music with their own collection of Christmas songs in 2011. Though the songs are often spare and simple, their beauty and meaning shines through. For a classic yet modern take on your favorite Christmas songs sure to please even the oldest of fogeys at your party, this album is a great bet.
2. Sufjan Stevens – Songs for Christmas
King of the indie folk-pop-electronica genre, Sufjan Stevens found mainstream success in 2005 with his album Illinois, a concept album featuring the hit “Chicago”. In 2006 he decided to compile the various Christmas music EPs he had created over the years for friends and family and release them as a box set called Songs for Christmas. His take on Christmas songs vacillates between joyful and understated while always maintaining Stevens’ unique sound. This set is essential for any Christmas-inclined indie music lover.
3. Bright Eyes – A Christmas Album
Connor Oberst’s project Bright Eyes has dominated the indie scene for nearly 15 years. Bright Eyes released A Christmas Album in 2002, the proceeds of which going to the Nebraska AIDS Project. While his somewhat bleak take on Christmas tunes might not leave you in the cheeriest of spirits, any Bright Eyes fan will undoubtedly appreciate Oberst’s take on the classics.
4. Polyphonic Spree – Holidaydream: Sounds of the Holidays Volume One
Polyphonic Spree has captured countless indie hearts since 2000 with their lush, symphonic, psychedelic sound and dazzling performances (there are more than 20 members in the band!). Their take on holiday music toes the line between staying true to the classics and maintaining the band’s own unique sound, the result of which is a fun and lighthearted yet meaningful set of Christmas tunes.
5. My Morning Jacket – Does Xmas Fiasco Style
The psychadelic Southern rock sounds of My Morning Jacket have propelled them to widespread success in recent years. Back when they were just starting out in 2000, they released their own take on Christmas tunes with Does Xmas Fiasco Style (as in “My Morning Jacket Does Xmas Fiasco Style”). Fans of the band will love the album, but these Christmas songs aren’t the most traditional-sounding, so it might be best to reserve this music for a party where Grandma and Grandpa won’t be in attendance.
6. Weezer – Christmas with Weezer
Weezer’s pop rock/punk stylings have captured the hearts of fans for more than 20 years now. Their Christmas album features straightforward holiday favorites with a rock and roll spin. While Weezer stays true to their sound on this album, they really didn’t tinker with the classics too much, which makes it a suitable Christmas album for any setting.
Why not stock up on all these albums for your holiday party this year? Make sure you give them a listen before hitting the “buy” button on the e-commerce platform just to be on the safe side.
Author Byline: Maddie Marshall is a groovy chick with some groovy taste in holiday tunes. She won’t steer the eager listener wrong with this bunch.
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