I wonder where do they keep their gigantic ego.
When I can feel gastritis acting up in response to these buggers, it just shows that it's just too much already.
I know I should not be affected, but my body just refuses to listen to my rational thinking, goddamnit!
Why am I on youtube, reminiscing the good old music from yore and exploring some fresh songvids...
...when I should be studying the eff out.
DEAR GOD HELP.
If this ain't an SOS then I don't know what is.
Now the idea of a MacBook Air sounds more and more like a mere temptation.
...Although, to be honest, I much preferred how Snow Leopard looks...
2. Also, hello new workplace next month!
Will that signify the birth of a new and hopefully improved me?
The bluetooth is wholly unreliable. MIght as well get that feature out but no...they abolished the earphone jack instead for their iPhone 7.
Synching using itunes - and ONLY itunes - is, for the lack of better word, restrictive. And it's not just the music transfer, mind you - but everything including your PDF files?
And now I can't even sync my phones.
2. Dangerously drowning in Bravely Second.
I love turn-based combat. So what if it's incredibly outdated and unrealistic? At least you control ALL of your characters.
3. Dangerously tempted to resurrect my Steam account ever since they have Trails of the Sky III.
4. As for real life...I'm finally a postgraduate student.
This means less gaming, less playing around...
...and more getting stressed out.
Hope I'm just exaggerating but hey...people seldom change.
Never mind that now I'm toiling with the search for the possibly near extinct Xenoblade Chronicles 3DS.
Sold out everywhere. Goodness gracious.
What does the purchase of another gaming media mean? Probably that my dream of getting Persona 5, FFXV and maybe Tales of Berseria will take a backseat for an indeterminate time.
I'll definitely get Trails of Cold Steel III once it comes out. FFXII - out this July - highly likely.
If I'm ever joining the PC Master Race in the future - at the rate I'm going right now, who can tell? - then it automatically means getting the localised Trails in the Sky's third part.
My poor, poor wallet.
"I have no friends."
To which the response was, "There are seven billion people in the world--"
"And I'm still single."
It stings. So bad.
The world sucks, end of story. My life sucks too, but not as bad as the world itself.
How do you know if it's time to move on, or to continue to fight?
Because I can't work under a dictators. Correction: Dictators with a capital D.
Because they can be dickheads as well.
Honestly, I don't know.
It's vexing how life's choices seem to be all at once limited the moment you reach a certain age.
When one's working habits - already forming one's entire gamut - is both a blessing and a curse. Mediocrity is punishment by itself.
And yet all the disruptions still ruffle one's feathers, perhaps even more so compared to days of yore.
The perks are now intangible.
Does one throw in the towel? Or does one stay for another round and fight?
What if it's a losing battle?
Hopefully the price will go down once the Switch comes out.
2. Not too tempted to get FFXV. For now.
3. I suck at cosplay. Even when it's improvised cosplay.
4. I've said it once, and I'll say it again: Star Wars is terribly overrated.
I should probably change the name of this blog to #unpopularopinion soon.
It's scary what obsession can make people do.
It's incomprehensible how people can just not learn from their past mistakes (I'm looking at myself here, fml).
But how can I be faulted of being reactive when the people around me are practically asking for it?
2. It's just not fun anymore.
I wonder if it is still worth fighting for...
3. I just...fml.