let me get this off my cheat: You are not better then other people because you can read fast! T_o If anyone uses the argument “If you can’t read subs fast your dumb” I will shove a pine-cone up your butt. Many people can’t read fast because they have conditions like dyslexia (I have no time for that bull).
Now to the actual moral quandary:
I was at game shop selling my wiiu when the guy at the counter was trying to convince me not to sell it (don’t you want my goods???).
He told me that if I modded it I could get loads of free games….. he was telling me to pirate Nintendo games.
I love this game shop, the staff are really friendly and they know there games. I just think that telling me to do that was extremely confusing (you make your money on sales) and super illegal.
*He was talking like he would be willing to do it for me.*
I declined the skeevy offer.
O_O Game shop owners around my area really hate the switch.
we should be getting the keys for our new home next week (scary).
I don’t know how long it will take us to sort out gas/electric before even contemplating internet providers.
I’m mentally freaking out about leaving the house!
The worst thing about all of this is that I’ll be the only one in there most of the time.
It’s going to be wired to go from only having a small box room to an entire house to move around (might just crawl into a small corner until I get used to it).
I hope we can coexist with each-other.
I just realised that the xbox one has some really dated names:
xbox one super (s)
xbox one extreme(x)
Is there next consoles name going to be xbox one R (radical).
“extreme box one extreme” That is a lot of extreme.*
Couldn’t we just shorten it to BO-X³
BO X-cubed makes for a funnier pun (X,B,O,X = x-box-one-x).
I can see many parents failing to read the name of this new console: “You want the new box one?”
*X box one X*
kid: “I wanted an xbox one X.”
parent: “I got you a xbox one S.”
I’m cleaning the shelves of games I no longer play.
I sort of knew what I would get around for the wiiU games…however, I must have had a though gems in there because my final total back was £120!
. . . How did that happen? this was just junk on the shelf???
XD when I was leaving the shop a random guy asked me for the left over stuff in the box (stuff the shop would not take).
Me: “You can it for free.”
Guy “Thanks!” XD
DB: “why didn’t you ask for money?”
Me: “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. I gave it to him for the same reason I gave you the money from the anime I didn’t want; my final plan for them was ether charity or the bin.”
*The games they didn’t take did function.*
O_O I gave a load of manga to charity just to clear the shelves (I must of introduced a lot of teens in the village to manga that month).
XD My nephew fell in love with my old 90’s Mr blobby doll (One man’s trash is another man’s treasure).
Never undervalue the price of stuff, but never undervalue what it means to someone.
I’m still going to watching anime (let’s make that clear).
I’m going to clear my current watch list and start afresh from the beginning of these anime (it’s been way too long since I watched a load of the show on the list).
I will still be doing a first, middle and final impression…however, all 3 of these dairies will eventually lead to me writing a full review on the show.
One of the reason this blog was failing to engage me was because it no longer fulfilled its original purpose.
I made the blog in order to keep my sanity during the transition from college life too adult life.
Now that I’m finally moving house I will no longer have to worry about feeling claustrophobic or trapped under the thumb of my child life.
Writing fuller reviews will help me develop a better understanding of how to write long paragraphs without coming off too clinical or rambly.
When we move and get the internet running I will consider putting this plan into action.