Thursday, March 24, 2011

Left Up Right Left Up Right

So like any other college student, I've been procrastinating on my studies by distracting myself with video games. Old video games. I really love re-playing video games or just picking up on ones that I never finished or never even played. I've currently been re-playing the Zelda series starting with Ocarina of Time. I love that game. I love it good.

While I sit in a nest of pillows and blankets on the floor, staring up at my bubble-screen television, I feel a faint touch of nostalgia. I suppose if it was a Sunday morning and I had a bowl of cereal and Animaniacs were on another tv, I'd feel nine years old again. It's been about 13 years since this game came out, and I still love it the same, although sometimes the feeling is different...

13 years ago...

Present day 2011

And sometimes it's not. 
Wallmasters. Eff that shit.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

Oontz. Oontz. Oontz. Oontz.

This literally happened a couple of days ago at work... it was during closing time, the store was quite empty and my co-worker buddy Jaclyn and I were just having nonsense chitchat as usual.
Suddenly the topic came up about clubbing and dancing, and I told her about my experiences in clubs in Korea.

The way Koreans dance in clubs is definitely different...the only way I can describe it is like... if you stood straight all facing one way, didn't move your feet and just stood there stiff... and bucked back and forth. Maybe a little head bob included. Really unappealing. But that's just my opinion. It's kind of like how the fish dance in Spongebob Squarepants if you've ever seen that. But if that isn't enough, HERE'S A GIF.

I felt like sometimes when my friends and I went out dancing, we were the obnoxious foreigners that just knocked everyone over with our spastic American dance moves. (aka the best kind of dance moves)

But anywho, I was describing to Jaclyn how these guys would dance up to you like that with this terrible pelvic thrust type move and try to get you to dance with them, but it turned out to be a trainwreck...


He couldn't of come in at the worst sentence fragment and the worst... everything.

God I hope it's on the security cameras.