Expect me to spam you guys with amazing experiences I may have with throwing candy at children.
So basically a group of third graders (I’m assuming) came, but instead of ringing on the door bell they opened the door and just opened their bag. LOLWAT
I THOUGHT YOU’RE SUPPOSED TO RING ON THE DOORBELL (I’m literally sitting right in front of the closed door, so I was just surprised.)
Children with no manners nowadays… Unless they recently taught kids to open the door in Halloween instead of ringing the silly doorbell. If so, please inform me so!
Everyone is skipping my house and going to the next house.
There’s been like 50 people who passed and only one person came.
Their loss. All of this candy shall be mine. :^)
But it makes me upset that they decided to skip our house… What’s wrong with ours? The light is on and we have pumpkins outside! 😛
Oh well, I’m going to have a lot of candy this year, without having to walk around!
So, I’ve decided that I’m going to start using my free time on something productive: Making a game. I have an RPG maker, so it’d be made by using that.
The game won’t be child friendly, by the way. Basically the game is about a girl who wakes up in a hospital, not remembering anything. (Generic, I know.) The twist is that 5 boys visit her on the day she wakes up, all claiming to be her boyfriend.
So the question is: Who was her boyfriend before she went into an accident?
There isn’t really a specific goal. The player can choose to try to find what happened, or just date one of the boys.
Anyways, here’s where I need your opinions!
Would you rather have vague endings that all connect to each other, where it won’t be clear and the player will have to theorise for themselves who was the girl’s boyfriend and what happened before the incident? (No clear answer.)
Or have the setting change depending on her actions, which results into the ending that is given? (For example, in one ending this guy would be her boyfriend, in another ending another guy was her boyfriend, etc.) What happened before the incident would all rely on what you decide to do.
Comment down below guys! I need to know how the endings will be like before I write the story, then make the game…
Title explains everything. If you know who he is, I’ll literally draw you something LOL
GUESS IN THE COMMENT BELOW GUYS.
INTRODUCING A NEW ZONE: THE ACQUAINTANCE ZONE!
Y’KNOW HOW IN THE FRIEND ZONE YOU CONFESS TO YOUR FRIEND AND THEY SAY NO?
WELL HERE’S A NEW LEVEL OF ZONE: THE ACQUAINTANCE ZONE! YOU ASK SOMEONE/IMPLY THAT YOU WANT TO BE FRIENDS, BUT THEY REFUSE TO BE YOUR FRIEND!
I had that thought in my head for a LONG time, and finally since I was acquaintance zoned today I can finally throw this term to the world!
Recently I’ve met someone on Fantage, he seemed pretty cool. We added each other on hangouts, talked a lot. Y’know. I told him stuff, he told me stuff. (To those who know who he is, don’t say it.) Annnnnnnd this happened:
he even said “lol” to that </3
how could you spar how could youuuuuuu (If you see this, I just want to tell you that it’s okay. I understand why.)
so yeah if you’re ever friendzoned just letting you know that you could be acquaintance zoned, being friends is better than nothing *too sad to even care about grammar*
This tiny Asian got somewhere to volunteer, yay. If you remember my post a long time ago about volunteering and how hard it is to get a volunteering job, smh.
And it was fun! I did it for four hours. We were basically selling homemade purses for our local foodbank, all of the money going towards charity. :>
We only sold four purses though… 😛 (It was freezing outside.)
There was this other girl who was my age, AND HOLY CRAP HER AND I HAD A LOT IN COMMON.
WE BOTH MADE FUN OF WEEABOOS.
WE BOTH PLAYED THE SAME TYPE OF VIDEO GAMES.
WE BOTH WANT TO BE A DOCTOR.
WE’RE BOTH GOOD IN SCHOOL.
WE BOTH LIKE TO DRAW.
YOU’RE TELLING ME THAT IN A HUGE HIGH SCHOOL, I CAN’T FIND A GIRL THAT SIMILAR TO ME, BUT I CAN WHEN I LITERALLY VOLUNTEER WITH TWO OTHER PEOPLE!?
Too bad she goes to the other Catholic school across town.
But yeah, volunteering was fun. Mainly her and I just talked the whole time since NO ONE CAME TO THE EVENT.