Smash Camp, an event that has run for eleven years, is back again! Everyone who joins is separated into one of four cabins, but it is not divided up by where you come from. It's an awesome way to have fun with your friends while meeting new people in the process. Participating in events earns your cabin points, and the winners of each event will win their cabins extra points. At the end of camp, the totals will be finalized, and the cabin with the most total points wins.
The events that take place vary greatly, from flash games, to scavenger hunts, to artistic events, writing events, or even events involving popular competitive games such as Pokémon Showdown and Super Smash Bros. If you are interested in participating, be sure to sign up here!
A box of things that I normally would not buy... Something must be wrong with me but my mother is happy that she has a daughter again! XD
It was a dress, lace up sandals, cute socks, feather earrings, flower cat ears headband, a striped headband and a bow hair clip...
These are NOT things I would've bought in the past lol
Why tf can't SIF All Stars come out already?? :( I bought some new packs that came out because I just really wanted them, but after I do it gives me anxiety when I remember a new shiny game is coming out.
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. I've bearly barely (OMG, Teddie's contagious. 0_0) started Persona 4 so far, so I won' be playing it for a while, but it was 75% off. And it has Koromaru in it, so I can't not buy it.
I ended up getting Pizza Hut from the Target next door to where I work for lunch yesterday. Pepperoni personal pan, breadsticks, and a drink. (It was also nice because I didn't have to go to the break room just to get money to pay for my food because Target finally takes Google Pay.)
Been reading a few pages and you guys made me hungry xD
Last thing I bought was an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite. I like reading actual books but sometimes it just feels so uncomfy to hold some of them that I decided to switch to the electronic counterpart and I’m loving it. Should have done that before.
A 16 year old CRT TV. It makes my PS2, Nintendo 64, and GameCube games look much better than they were on my HD TV. Thanks in large part to the fact that it doesn’t have to stretch the picture out to fit on the screen.