And I'm not kidding. Now, I realize that I should not be saying so anywhere that the public has access to, but for all the nerds out there who still like Pokemon, I shall type out to the world, I STILL LOVE POKEMON, AND I ALWAYS BUY ALL THE NEW GAMES!!! Embarrassment aside, let's move on to the point of this blog: Pokemon is addicting. The day that the new Pokemon games came out (Soul Silver and Heart Gold) my mum and I went and picked them up. I got Heart Gold version, and my mum got Soul Silver. I have been playing mine whenever I have free time since then, and I can't seem to put the damn thing down. And this isn't even the first time this has happened, either. Through the years, starting with the very first Pokemon games such as Blue version, Yellow, and Red, we have bought each and every new game released, playing it well after beating the Pokemon League (or the Elite Four as they call them), and trading each other Pokemon for our Pokedex's and whatnot. It has gotten so bad that I actually have been neglecting reading, and writing. I mean, I don't play all day, that's for sure, because I have a lot of other things to do (I do have a life, ya know), but whenever I find that there's a lull in my day, and I have nothing better to do at that moment (except read or write, dammit), I run to my DS and start a-playin'. I can't help it, I just have to play that damn game as much as possible. My mum and I have even come up with a code for this addiction of ours. We call it the "Pokebreak" (uses: "Hey Mum, want to go take a Pokebreak?" "I think it's Pokebreak time!" "Leave me alone, I'm taking my Pokebreak!!!"). It's pathetic, I know...But the worst thing about this particular Pokemon game, is that there's a mini game inside the game, that is so damn addicting that I even agreed to get a certain amount of points in it for both my mum and my bro. It's called the Coin Game, and you can find it in the Game Corner in Goldenrod city (yes, I know the exact location without looking at my DS. What of it?). My dad took a look at it and he said that it was basically a Pokemon version of Mines, using Voltorb's as the mines. And I'm good at it, too. I can guess where all the points are, and so far I've even made it to level six, which neither my mum or bro have made it to yet (my mum catches on pretty quickly, so she'll figure it out, but my bro hasn't even gotten past level one, and he hates strategy games like that so he's just making me do it all for him).
I swear Nintendo does this crap to us on purpose. They put a mind control thing in the game so we all get addicted to it and want to buy more and more until they become to most rich company on the earth and use the money to buy atomic weapons and Starbucks shares and take over the woooooooorrrrrld!!!
Okay, so maybe I'm just in another paranoid rant here, but you never know. There could be subliminal messages in the music to the game or something.
...Now that I think of it, those songs really are addicting, and I even find myself whistling them from time to time...Nah, that's just paranoid talk.
...Or is it?
Well, either way, I think I'm done here. I have 2,100 points to gain for my brother.
Blog ya later, Miss Eccentric.
I lied. This is not, in fact, a "directory" as the title above might suggest...This is merely a warning of what you might find on this blog. I believe I have already warned you of the insane ramblings archived in this blog, but I must say, if you are not prepared for the tomfooleries that can be found here, you might just want to close this tab, shut your computer down, and walk away slowly in order to keep your OWN sanity in check. Fair warning >;)