Hard truth is the majority of gamers aren't very capable in the gameplay department compared to what developers would be able to produce. And I disagree with the OP about games supposed to be fun. Fun can mean so many different things so I don't think it is a fitting term about what video games at heart are. Fun is at the center of the video game market but challenge/(possibility to fail) is the true core of video games itself or any game.
I cannot imagine toilet-free life.
Kebabs have a unique attribute compared to other consumables. To unlock this effect you need to wolf down a big ass kebab really fast, like under 10 minutes or so and wait for the effect to kick in. If done correctly your movements should feel unbelievably heavy to the point where you literally cannot move at all.
-Downtown Alanya Kebab magazine issue no.198