Video games often imitate life in various ways. From telling stories rooted in humanity to exaggerating the mundane details of every day human life, we often see ourselves in games. But the other way around usually doesn't work. As many habits as we can develop within video games, it's generally a bad idea to do just about any routine thing that happens in a game in real life. I'm not just talking about not smashing your head into bricks and eating strange mushrooms, either.
Here are ten things that regularly happen in video games that you should really go out of your way to avoid replicating once you turn the console off.