… we need things to take our minds off it all, and boy oh boy am I prepared for such things. An extensive gaming backlog to clear out, current ongoing games like Civilization 6, World of Warcraft and Street Fighter V, not to mention Monster Hunter World… I can lock myself away and forget about the outside world for a bit!
A WEEK UNTIL ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS
I’ve preordered it, I have a Switch Lite case arriving soon, the only thing I am missing… is the Switch Lite itself! As mentioned previously, I’m working overtime so I can buy one (when combined with gift monies from Xmas and my upcoming birthday) when I get 15% work discount (every month the week after payday!), because why the hell buy anything at full price and dip into savings?!
I was looking up the list of available pokemon in Sword and Shield and JIGGLYPUFF IS NOT ON IT. RAGE.
I will have to be content with Clefairy for now, because Clefairy is also awesome… but just not as much as Jigglypuff, you know?
PANIC PANIC PANIC
A list of things work has run out of, because of people panicking about coronavirus:
- Toilet rolls
- Non-expensive kitchen towel
- Chopped tomatoes
- Hand sanitiser
- Hand wash that’s antibacterial
- Various cleaning fluids
- Hayfever pills?
A list of things that are inexplicably NOT running out, despite them being what I’d buy if I had to quarantine myself for weeks:
Because I sure as shit would not spend the entire time sober, let me tell you.
World of Sleepcraft
Honestly the Blizzard Agent should live on my road, there’s a pub whose burglar alarm goes off at like really inconvenient times (we’re talking 3am or so) most nights, it wouldn’t sleep through that.
Honestly the most concerning thing about the persistent burglar alarm or car alarms in my area is the fact that everyone’s like “SHUT THE FUCK UP YOU’RE DISTURBING MY SLEEP” rather than “OH NO CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IS TAKING PLACE I MUST CONTACT THE POLICE” and yes I am guilty of that too. I think it’s more that they’re oversensitive and get set off by a slightly stiff breeze though, because nobody is breaking into anywhere that often.