Kytaari's Self-Discovery Journal
by, 10-18-2011 at 09:51 AM (254 Views)
Recently I've been playing the Sims. It's a pretty fun game, and I think it's teaching me what I should start looking for in video games
I have a lot of experience as a gamer, but most of the games I play just don't satisfy me
Also, I feel angry that there is only a five emoticon limit with these blogs . How am I ever going to fulfill my needs with that? I really don't know what I should do, because I just can't see this limit and me getting along consistently.
Should I truly move my emotions over to my blogger instead? I guess I'll try and stick with this, even if the emoticon limits really does make me feel sad.
Also, i don't know what to do about tags. I'm very bad at organizing stuff, and my blogger is a total mess! I guess I'll skip them for now, because tagging just really isn't my strong point. I kind of just want this to read more like an archive--at least for now.
Also, MMORPGs make me feel so angry! But I'll just put all that aside; it's just something I felt that needed to be said. I just don't see the fun in them; they make me feel so confused. What's so fun about grinding? Does anybody know? I'm not really into achievement simulation, or at least not that kind. Anyone have two cents? I've asked this question a million times, and have never received an answer that really satisfied me. Some seem rational, but they seem kind of rational in a pathetic way.
I'm registered at this writing website, but I don't feel like going there. I don't know why, but I just don't feel a sense of communion there or something. Why do I feel so connected here when it has nothing to do with reading or writing? it doesn't make any sense. I've been posting like crazy in only two days, and the other forums I go to just don't get that kind of speed from me. I feel so confused.
I'm gonna play Sims 3. Thank you for listening.
PS, about the emoticons: A friend of mine suggested that I only use emoticons when the need is very important. This concept seems very strange to me, because I feel so much more comfortable spamming them. Blah, I feel confused! What am I going to do. My brain keeps treating this like a real dilemma. Maybe I'll just follow through with his suggestion. I need a place to rant, after all, and my blogger just doesn't seem like the most perfect place. I'm trying to save that for more professional reasons--but I still need a place to rant!
I guess I'll try and follow through with the emoticon limit.