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"Significant others will seek quality time, bosses will demand your prescense, and families will have things and you will have to go to those things." Man, story of my life. Bosses? I've got that. Family? I've got that too! Significant others? It's like they know me!

None of those people care that new maps are coming to Call of Duty: Ghosts and by extension they don't care about you, but this british guy does because he's the CODnapper.

He and his band of merry abducters trot around the globe finding poor, miserable men with social obligations like the ones described above and liberate them to a dank, dingy warehouse with comfy chairs and big-screen TVs.

It's the ultimate excuse. Maybe if you're not lucky enough to be CODnapped by professionals like these, you and your buddies could dress up and take turns kidnapping each other for Activision's release of Call of Duty: Ghosts Onslaught on January 28th.

Besides, your friends would already know about any nut allergies you have.
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