|GM Henry Fortuna|
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Bubba, I want you to know that we really enjoy having you stay with us while we're on vacation. The two situations are completely different. You're a Brother to us, and one of our best friends. Getting to spend real in person time with you is something we look forward to every year. It's almost become like a yearly tradition. I just wanted to make sure you knew how we felt, and that our visits with you are nothing like my dumba$$ allowing someone to stay with us for an undetermined amount of time that came to an abrupt end after finding out that he had been lying to us. The two situations are COMPLETELY different, and I didn't for one second want to make you feel like that's how we feel about you because we don't.
I'm just gonna add to this and say that I really do look forward to our visits. You're one of the few people I enjoy playing video games with, one of the less than 10 people I sincerely call a friend and one of the 5 people I would call best friend.
One of these years, when I can stop having medical stuff done and actually save some money in our pockets, we'd like to come to New York. I've only been in upstate New York when I was visiting Cindy and the girls.
I've only been to Hornell...that felt like the trailer park of New York.
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I wasn't worried about that but thanks for the clarification anyway. I had a similar situation quite a while ago with a drunk house-guest and plenty of false promises so I get it. At least yours hasn't broken anything.
I look forward to the visits too just not the travel bits.
I feel the same, although sure what my numbers are, but there probably pretty low. To depressing to keep track I suppose. I'll be sure to remind you of that the next time I accidentally ragdoll you in EDF.
I think I managed to cram in about 50hrs of Zelda in 3 days.
|GM Henry Fortuna|
Somehow, it doesn't feel the same playing EDF without the mild PvP at the end of a mission.
I think it's common for people to have less friends after high school. Probably because it's easier to write off the jerks without having to see them again. I don't worry about it enough to look it up, but I think it's normal to have a low number.
We'll see how road tripping works this year. Maybe it won't be as bad as flying or taking a bus :)
@Kelda: Yes, there are people in cages but you've been too busy fighting to notice.
He wouldn't really get drunk, but he has seizures and it reminded me too much of the situation with my cousin....so, I didn't want him bringing alcohol into my house, but he did, hid it, and lied about it. It was just something I wasn't willing to put up with.
I didn't even have that many friends in high school either. I didn't like large groups of people, and considered most of the idiots I went to school with to be fake and too immature for me to waste my time on. I only had 1 real friend in high school, and she ended up killing herself about a year or so after we graduated. The only other best friend I've ever had is Misty, and we've been best friends since kindergarten. We still stay in touch and everything, but don't know when I'll get back out to SoCal to see her.
I think road tripping will be fun, it just depends on how much sugar I have. Bruuawwhhhahahaha. Lol