I am not sure where this phrase originated, but it was constantly hammered into my head by my parents growing up. I don't want to sound like your grandmother or miserable old aunt who berates you for everything you do and don't do, but people nowadays don't have any fucking manners or respect.
I find it so irritating when I go into a store, and I give the cashier a cheery "Good Afternoon!" and they just respond to me with some sort of dry, half dead "Hi". Seriously,
The other day, I was browsing through some Zelda websites around the time Hyrule Historia was released. On an article, someone said this: Originally Posted by Some random person Hyrule Historia is the best book I have ever read. I'm paraphrasing, but it was something along these lines. I cringed when I read this. You're telling me, that the best book you have EVER read is basically a giant picture book published in 2012? You must have a sad state of affairs.
I then realized that this is a
Since today is the first day of Autumn, I was going about my usual start of season rounds such as looking at the aesthetics and listening to variations in route themes.
When I was in Driftveil City, I felt the urge to challenge the Champions Tournament just to hear some music and be on my way.
I ended up winning. I picked Weavile, Metagross and Mienshao. In the first round, I faced Red. He sent out Blastoise. It OHKOed my Mienshao with focus blast. I managed to defeat
I remember back in my day, In the days of RSE and FRLG, to catch the Regis, I had to decipher fucking braille. Now this was before the days of high speed internet, where everything is at your fingertips. Nope, I had to buy a fucking guidebook and use the transliteration to decipher the braille.
I got a piece of paper and painstakingly searched for the corresponding braille symbol before I got my message to catch Wailord and Relicanth. That's not all after that, I had to find the chambers,
It turns out that my friend does not have leukemia!
He returned to school yesterday, and told me that the sudden multiplication of white blood cells was as a result of a reaction to some medication he apparently was not supposed to take. The hospital did what they had to do, and now he's ok.
However, his demeanour has changed dramatically. He's all quiet and just stares into space, and his skin looks red and sickly. At least he's not in danger of death. Thank God.