"Totally! I keep feeling like I'm close to beating it and then I get distracted with all the side quests. But I like that the storyline doesn't feel "constricted" and I can do whatever I want haha. And the mechanics feel…"
"Sounds like you actually got three new jobs, since from what I've heard Breath of the Wild makes you spend as much time as having another one. I've never played it, but if I ever get time to play another long game like that, it's on…"
"California is just fine (enjoying my extra hour)!
I got two new jobs this month so I've been working a ton. But! Somehow I've had enough time to play Breath of the Wild for the first time! My friend is letting me borrow his switch and…"
Sounds like you actually got three new jobs, since from what I've heard Breath of the Wild makes you spend as much time as having another one. I've never played it, but if I ever get time to play another long game like that, it's on the top of my list.
Good pun, and I don't doubt that you could take me in a fight. The UniSeal, being such a naturally docile creature, is no match for an angered Swamp Chicken, however short it might be. Life's tough in the swamp.
You know, writing this when it's -2 outside my thin little walls as I type, I'm having trouble sympathizing with your pain of 30-degree cold. ;) But I guess as a Californian, 30 probably feels like -30 to you, so maybe I'll let it slide.
Four states! I wouldn't have believed it a couple of years ago. At the rate you're going, you may have to up the ante and start -- dare I say it -- venturing out of the country?
What a perfectly timed picture; if you had been a couple hundred miles north, I could have looked up at that moment and seen you!
If you were going to finally venture to the other side of the country, this crazy cold snap is probably the best time for you to have gone. The one time I was in D.C., it was in the dead of July, 100 degrees, and incredibly humid. I would've definitely preferred the snow.
Well, if I'm ever in California, I'll be a careful to avoid saying "almond" now. I wouldn't want to pronounce it in the wrong neighborhood and get jumped by one of the rival Almond Gangs. (Especially one of you AW-mihnd hooligans!)