Saturday, June 02, 2012


Feeling betrayed and friendless and heartbroken on my sister's wedding day. Someone kill me now...

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What MONOPOLY game piece are you?

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The Horse and Rider!

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Friday, June 01, 2012

Reality TV show

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FLAVOR OF LOVE, eh? Hmm...

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DRAGON WARRIOR Tantegel / May 2012 BBT Tally

DRAGON WARRIOR: You've reached level three, and your efforts have been rewarded with the Heal spell! This is by far the best spell in the game. You will cast it more than any other spell, and it will save your life more times than you can count. To use the spell, wait until you've taken some damage, and select Spells from the menu, and select Heal. You will lose 4 magic points, but you will gain 10-15 hit points. Plus, as an added bonus, there is a way to avoid spending money at the inn for a while. When you were talking with the people in Tantegel castle, you came across an old man behind a counter, who said something about the descendants of Erdrick, but didn't do anything. Now that you have magic points, (five of them to be exact) you can go get them filled for free! Talk to the old man, and he will fill up your magic points. The old man plus lots of heal spells equals full hit points and magic points for free! The added bonus to this is that the old man is in the castle, the same place where you need to save the game. So now that you know how to get mucho free life, you can fight more powerful enemies. Remember the cave entrance in the small desert? Well, right around it, you will be able to fight Ghosts, who give more gold and experience than Slimes and Drakees. You might also run into a Magician, but run from them if you do. You're still too weak to fight them. When you feel adventurous, go inside of the cave. You'll first notice that the entire place is dark. The torch you got from King Lorik could be of great use right now. Luckily, this cave is under a protective spell, and no enemies reside in it. Look around until you find the stairs down, then on the second floor, look for a treasure chest. When you find it, take it... you will find an old tablet. Upon reading the tablet, you will find out that you are a descendant of Erdrick. Well, hot dog! If you don't have the Leather Armor by now, you should be able to afford it, so go and get it. If you already have Leather Armor, you might want to pick up a Dragon Scale as well.


blueberry @ Big Orange (Wednesday, May 23)

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Thursday, May 31, 2012

What type of dragon are you?

You Scored as Silver

Silver Dragons are regal and statuesque. They cheerfully assist good creatures that are in genuine need. Silver Dragons prefer aerial lairs on secluded mountain peaks, or even the clouds themselves. Silver Dragons are not violent, and avoid combat except when faced with highly evil or aggressive foes.


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Wednesday, May 30, 2012


You Scored as Red Foreman

You are Red, the ultimate dad. You understand that it's not your job to be the friend of your child, but rather to educate them on how to be a man. You can be impatient and angry, but have a good heart.

Red Foreman
Eric Foreman
Kitty Foreman
Michael Kelso
Jackie Burthart
Donna Pinciotti
Steven Hyde

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Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Random Cute Quote

'The next time I have to come in here, I'm crackin' skulls.'

- Principal Richard Vernon, The Breakfast Club

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Zodiacs, Machanon Gil, BABY DRAGON, LDDUDE, and Danielle

I learned from Danielle that we can't hang out before she leaves for Ottawa on the 4th, since I get back after that! At least there's Facebook and email to keep in touch! Chinese Eric buzzed me, so we talked about the birth / BABY DRAGON / Chinese zodiac info and traits for me, Jon, and Harmony / the trip's flight info. The game reset on me after I cast Ultima on two Gold Golems; yikes!

Here's another impossible Gil amount, this one at the Machanon Inn of the Soul of Rebirth:

I finished the Soul of Rebirth, shaving ten minutes off my original time... guess the bestiary album will have to wait till I get back. *sigh*

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Monday, May 28, 2012

Ruth, Cindy, kilometres, FFII done

Ruth M. added me to Facebook from the Puckheads - sounds fine enough to me, haha. Emailed Cindy and Dianne the latest news, and Cindy answered pretty much right away. Steph says to pack comfortable shoes / a lot of T-shirts (sweat!), and not pack pants - I'm on it, but am not enthused about walking five or six kilometres in a day! Mom called and said that Pastor Edward thought the baby was a boy; oops. Maybe we'll have a one-month baby banquet later!

Finished FFII ADVANCE again tonight! Not sure why it took me three more hours than it did the last time... I assure you that this is Game Clear data, despite it not saying so!

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Sunday, May 27, 2012

AUNTIE! / HYMN for a boy child?! (a girl would have been bad, too...)

When Eric called me this morning after I'd gotten an offliner MSN message from him ("are you pretending to be offline?"), I told him that I'd been out seeing the baby! Yes, it is finally out and into the world. I guessed I might as well go to church, and then found out that Tammy had posted congratulations on my wall - I had to delete that within 24 seconds, man! On the way there, we discussed birth details / my mother / the baby / construction / traffic lights / dirt trucks / Ikea being demolished / his Fellowship Committee Meeting this afternoon / New York accents. At church, Auntie Ying / Auntie Catherine / Auntie Lillian / Auntie Vivian / Brian / Denise / Anita / Jeff / Emily / Joey / Lincoln / Randal / Auntie Brenda / Uncle Eric / Vivian congratulated me at varying times throughout the day. When I got into service, I whispered the news to Denise while waving hi to baby Micah, who played the drums later in the fellowship hall. I sat with Eric (as is usual when we come in after 10), but we had to move over to make room for Karen. Afterwards, I gave her the stuffed Easter bunny for her son Marcus, who just calls them all "dogs," hahaha. I talked to Vivian about the baby name spelling (like "Tyler," but with an A instead of a T), to Randal about the name's meaning / becoming an aunt, to Brian about how he was waiting for the FB announcement all week, to Lincoln about Vegas and the baby, to Gino about last Friday, to Sarah C. about Ultimate at Sunrise Park, to Hien about the baby (Corey and Kenny had congratulated me yesterday via Skype messages), to Auntie Catherine about getting together when I get back, to little Joanna about where her mom Anita was (I hadn't seen her!), and just said hi to Amanda / Jeremy / others.

After I talked to the Wongs for a while, Joanna yelled "BYE!" to me several times - how cute! She's never talked to me before, and her big sister Allison loves her sundresses! I saw Ashley, Anastasia, her dad Danny, Ramen / Shira and their mom Jessie, Ada, Wesley, Martin, Mattias, James, David, Evelyn, and a new boy child named HYMN at Toddler Sunday School today. I'd like to know what the kid's parents Sam and Irene were smoking when they decided that HYMN was a good name for the child; not that it would have been better if it were a girl. At least the kid appeared to understand a bit of English! Discussed Mott's Fruitsations, slides, gummies, Goldfish crackers, slides, coloring, crashes, Lego, and more. Talked to David and Evelyn's mom Linda for a bit later on: she says the kids are naughty and give her a headache! Hahaha, I bet that does happen!

Went downstairs to find a bazaar in full swing; Grandma complained that the noodles were all sold out: OF COURSE THEY WERE! I gave a bunch of candy to Julie C., Natalie W., and Hannah W. to share; then I asked Eric (who had asked whether *I* had cash for the bazaar food - I paid for curry fish balls, but not for rice wraps or BBQ pork) whether he were going to the Floata farewell dinner for Auntie Rebecca. He probably was and could give me a ride there and back, but he didn't have the cash for a ticket. I gave him my payment for my own ticket, and he joked that he'd go buy something nice with it instead. HE'D BETTER NOT, SINCE $22 IS IMPORTANT! Since Dad was going home afterwards, I opted to go home with him and Grandma; good thing Mom was at work! At home, I got an offliner from Chinese Eric with CONGRATS and HUGS and "TELL ME ALL THE DETAILS NEXT TIME! SO HAPPY FOR JON / HARMONY!" Hahahaha, he KNOWS that I will DEFINITELY do that! I also replied to Mandy's email while I was at it.

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