This post is old, so what you see here may not reflect my current opinion and mindset, certain information may be outdated, and links may be broken.
My friend, Sarah, had visited Beijing, China and returned yesterday. After hearing about her trip, I wouldn’t mind going there. It sounded really interesting. :3
She bought me back a Chinese Tea Set, some Yuwon (sp? – The Chinese currency.), and this … dangly “gay boys” decoration thing. No, they are not gay, but rather two male figure thing stuck to each other. Her aunt made a comment saying that she’s going to give the “gay boys/friends” to her gay friend, and Sarah said she had to give that to me now. XD It’s rather funny. After looking at that, I can see why they called it the “gay boys” thing. I can’t really explain what it exactly is…but it’s a craft decoration.
Damn, my brain refuses to think right now. Lack of sleep will do amazing thing with you. It doesn’t help that I woke up early to go to my class in Osan (오산). Added to that, playing Tales of Symphonia till 3:00 am where you have to wake up in three hours, doesn’t help either. I’ve just been so addicted to that game all this week… damn. I need to stop playing, but I can’t.
Speaking of games, Sarah told me some new updated news about the Nintendo Revolution… she told me something about how the NR will have this thing where you can download old NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, and Turbo something games and play it on NR. Holy cow… that sounds seriously tempting to get an NR. Then again… with emulators, I don’t know, but dude, it’s tempting.
So a PS3 or a NR or both? I have no clue. I know I cannot afford both, so I must decide which will be a better system to get. Then again, knowing the game selections help. As a devoted Suikoden fan…I know PS3 is the way to go. But at the same time, the NR thing just sounds tempting. Yet I’m not a Zelda fan or anything so… bah. Tough decisions.
One more day of freedom from work, and then the high school resumes again. *sighs* All I did this week was play games and attend class. Rather reluctantly. I had a really unproductive week. Ah well, it was good enough.