So I started walking up route 30 battled youngster Joey (who now has my number -_-) and some other trainers. Rockey’s level 10 now and he learned mud sport and Rock polish. So after that I walk up route 32 hoping to find a really cool Pokémon and I’m telling you it’s the curse of the Joey because I got a lv. 5 Rattata. I named her Purple....
Moves: Tail whip, Tackle and Quick attack. She has a brave nature and Likes to fight. I’m going to raise her Attack and Defense. Her
Ran into a snag with my apartment hunting. I need someone to co-sign our lease in order to get the damn place. And my parents flat-out said that they would not do it in a million years.
And I don't have a million and one years to wait! /bad joke.
Basically, I'm in a state of sadness and the only thing that can cure for it is my marathoning Persona 4 until I beat that damn game!
And after that is Persona 3 Fes. My favorite console game ever, and is in my top
So I visited GameStop today, and I was able to pick up... A copy of The World Ends With You!
....now I know at least a few people here have played it...does anyone have advice for me? (for the record, I haven't started yet)
All is well with me and my two sisters. I ended up shattering my resolve and going to pop into AIM to see if the one I've been talking to maybe left a message there, and ended up talking to her. Long story short, it's all good now. I thought I'd let you guys know how everything turned out though so that the people who were in this thing could have something to brighten the mood. Thanks for all the support and whatnot guys, I really appreciate it!
The whole experience has left me exhausted
Saw one crawling around on my wall, so I was like "sup", grabbed a napkin and squished it good. The lights were off so I couldn't see what it was, and I acted first and asked questions later. Unfortunately, the question of what it was could not be accurately answered. Could've been one of my bearded dragon's crickets that somehow went on an adventure, it could've been a spider. All I can tell you is that it squished good, and now is in a sewer somewhere.