In the Jiangxi province of China, a concerned father by the name of Feng, grew concerned when his son spent his all of his time playing online games rather than going out and finding himself a job.
23 year old Xiao Feng beleived himself to be one of the top of Chinese role playing gamers, fed his father loads of excuses about why he didn’t want to find a job, most of which being that he couldn’t find any work that he liked. Tired of such malarkey, Mr. Feng sought out top gamers who played all of Xiao’s favorite RPG’s to hunt him down and mercilessly destroy him until he his spirit breaks and gives up his tireless battle to remain unemployed.
After finding out about his father’s ingenious plan, Xiao only had this to say:
“I can play or I can not play, it doesn’t bother me. I’m not looking for any job—I want to take some time to find one that suits me.”
It’s still uncertain if Mr. Feng has called off his assassin’s, or if Xiao has gotten a job, but this idea of Mr. Feng’s is pure genius. Sure, he could have stripped his son of internet privileges, but instead, he chose to school this unruly stripling in his own world, which in my opinion, would be the biggest slap in the face a father can give his unproductive son. For that, I say hats off to you Mr. Feng, well done sir. Well done.