Okay, this was actually something that happened yesterday, but who cares. XD
I was just hanging out with my friends during lunch like I always do at school, and the subject of Pokemon was brought up. And one of my friends thought it would be an interesting idea to try and figure out which Pokemon best suits each of our personalities.
90% of my friends used to play Pokemon when they were younger, but stopped in middle school. None of them know I still play it. And, well, I
So Halloween's over, pretty much. I went trick-or-treating with my brother, I just walked around behind him to make sure he didn't get into trouble. XD And I learned that there are a lot of [s]pretty strange[/s] kids in our neighborhood that I didn't even know until now. :P
Anyone get anything interesting for Halloween? My brother got an orange balloon that was pretty cool, and there's a house on our street that gives kids a plastic comb wrapped in a napkin, but he didn't go to that
I just ate an hour and a half ago.
This world is a strange place.
I got 100% on my math test! :D Also, there's no math homework today for some reason :)
And I have a question - if a husband and a wife are married and have a son, and later on the husband dies and the wife and son go to live with the husband's brother, am I allowed to call the kid the husband's brother's son? Sorry if that was confusing, it's for an essay for language arts. I don't know whether to say "their son" or "her son", and our teacher is kind of picky
So I watched [I]All for the Love of Meloetta![/I] today. And as soon as I heard the title, I got kind of annoyed.
Why are they not pronouncing the double t? It's Meloe[B]TT[/B]a, there are 2 T's! And it's still pronounced like a 'd', why, why?
Whatever, I just wasn't expecting that. Annoyed rant is over. :P