My players are strange. Very strange. While they're quite keen on treasure and leveling and other important considerations, they just don't seem to notice the little things. Like experience points. Sure they want them. But they'll never poke me about how much they got at the end of the session ... or even at the start of the next one.
Several sessions will go by without any thought of experience points at all until I realise that too much time has passed and that I'd better calculate it now or I'd forget what they've done. This is most obvious in Pathfinder but also comes up frequently in my various World of Darkness games.
In Troupe Vampire I constantly updated their experience points in their own personal forums so they didn't need to ask for it then but in the other World of Darkness games they aren't bothered with their experience point totals until they want to purchase something. Which can be a bit tricky for me because the only place I have to record it is on their sheets, really.
And yes, I know I could just get better at handing out experience points. This isn't a rant or a complaint. Its more just a funny observation. Hell, it might just be that we're all too Australian to poke our heads out and go: "Rewards, now, please" because its almost like we're saying we're deserving and entitled rather than just being laid back and accepting the due rewards when the Storyteller thinks of it.
Either that or they know that I'll eventually get around to it so they can just leave it in my hands. Anyone else have this experience?