Nothing is more frustrating than having no control over the fact that you can’t play your favourite PC games because your computer isn’t up to the task.
To make matters worse, if you are under the age of 18, you are most likely still living at home with your parents. And, because you’re too preoccupied with schoolwork, you’re unlikely to have a job or any other source of income. So, ultimately, there is nothing you can do to get yourself a new gaming computer.
However, if you can persuade your parents that you need a new gaming computer, they may be willing to assist you.And, if you’re looking for the best argument to persuade your Mom and Dad to agree with you, I believe I can assist you…
The One Argument That Will Convince Your Parents to Buy You a Gaming Computer.
- The One Argument That Will Convince Your Parents to Buy You a Gaming Computer.
- Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Your Case to Your Parents
- Step 1: State Your Case
- Step 2: Allow Me to Assist You… Please direct them to this page.
- Step 3: Be a Model Child!
- Step 4: Accept and Move On from Their Decision
- Hopefully, you’re one step closer to receiving your gaming computer.
To begin with, don’t interpret the word “argument” to mean that you’re going to go in and fight with your parents. When I say argument, I’m referring to the presentation of your case.
To have the best chance of convincing your parents to get you a gaming computer, you must present the reasons why you should have one in a mature manner. There will be no kicking, screaming, or pouting… You must get down to business. Getting down to business also entails taking things seriously.
In fact, because I’m providing you with this argument, you must promise to present it maturely. If you don’t, the gaming Gods will inflict unfathomable damage on you in the form of massive lag spikes and FPS drops…
Okay, now that we’ve established the ground rules, here’s the incredible argument you’re going to use:
Why is this your best chance of convincing your parents to help you buy a gaming computer? It’s because your parents care about you… They don’t want you wasting away in front of a computer playing video games for the rest of your life.
They want you to thrive, learn, and grow up to be a valuable member of society… but they don’t see video games as a way to do so.
However, the reason why building your own gaming computer might win your parents over is that it is something productive. Computers drive the world, and those who know the most about them usually make a good living. And that’s what your parents want for you… so, naturally, if they know you’re interested in computers, they’ll be more inclined to get you that gaming computer you’ve been eyeing.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Your Case to Your Parents
Okay, I’ve presented you with the reasoning. If you are willing to commit to building the system yourself, you will have a much better chance of convincing your parents to buy you a system.
While some of you may be familiar with how to present this case to your parents, I’ve put up a step-by-step guide to aid those of you who need a little more help convincing your parents that this would be more than simply a gift…
Step 1: State Your Case
You must, in reality, present your case at the initial phase of presenting your argument. Inform your parents that you wish to construct your own gaming PC and explain why this would be helpful to them.
Here are five reasons why you should design your own system that you can explain to your parents:
· Building your own computer will teach you how a computer works, which you will be able to utilize for the rest of your life.
· You can really save your parents money by constructing a computer rather than purchasing one pre-built.
· It will teach you patience, how to follow directions, and how to finish the work at hand.
· You’ll value your computer more since you made it yourself.
· You can branch out into other related fields if you know how to create a computer… such as computer programming (where such people make a lot of money!)
· The holidays, or your birthday, are just around the way, and it would be an excellent present for you.
Of course, you could come up with a million more, but these are a good place to start. Remember, the goal is to really demonstrate to your parents that this is a good cause, and you must keep your end of the deal by presenting your case in a professional and mature manner. That’s the only way it’s going to work.
Step 2: Allow Me to Assist You… Please direct them to this page.
The good news is that if they ask you a number of technical questions or express worries about your ability to construct a computer on your own, I’ve previously addressed all of their queries on the page mentioned above. So, once you state your case, show them the page I linked to…
Step 3: Be a Model Child!
At this point, most people would advise you to haggle with your parents… They may advise that you promise to clean the dishes every night for the rest of your life… Or that you’ll get all A’s this year… Or that you’ll never be cruel to your younger sibling again.
Instead of haggling with them, simply do it! Begin washing the dishes without being asked. Keep your room tidy. You should be kind to your siblings. Improve your grades. When they advise you to, stop playing video games.
If you do this, your parents are far more likely to support your desire to construct your own gaming machine.
Step 4: Accept and Move On from Their Decision
Even if building your own computer is less expensive than buying one pre-built, it is still an expensive thing to ask your parents to undertake.
So, even if constructing your own computer is the strongest argument you have to give to your parents, the decision is ultimately theirs. In any case, you must respect their decision.
However, if you really, really, really want a new gaming machine and your parents do not want to spend all of that money on computer components, you can ask your parents if you can start searching for little side jobs. (If you’re old enough, you can always look for weekend employment.)
This will be an even better method to demonstrate your maturity and responsibility, as well as a wonderful way to save money for your gaming PC.
Hopefully, you’re one step closer to receiving your gaming computer.
You gave it your all, and that was all you could do! I hope you presented your argument correctly, and I hope that if your parents denied your request, you accepted it without disputing.
If you or your parents have any concerns regarding the construction process, please email me or leave a comment below.