Manila traffic gets worse with each passing day. I doodled this in the car ride home and it came out pretty okay, so I decided to post it here! But come on Cheritz, this man is so bloody blessed, its unfair. Musically-inclined people are goals;; I can’t sing Twinkle Twinkle Little Star to save my life.
If you’re curious (youprobablyaren’t), the first three days of school were chill, but I can see it escalating pretty quickly. Not too long before I’m basically Jaehee, just y’all wait and watch me scrambling to submit all my science reports on time.
it’s a sci-fi comedy musical that revolves around a high school junior named jeremy heere! he’s about as Unimpressive and Average as they come, but he finds out that high schoolers everywhere are taking these pill-sized supercomputers called squips - which implant themselves in your brain and tell you how to act/behave in social situations to be more cool
(be more chill, if u will)
basically it’s abt jeremy taking one of those pills in a quest to become more popular as his squip tells him what to say/wear/act as he climbs up the social ladder from being a loser, but, yknow. everything comes at a price. it turns out a supercomputer in your brain can do….a whole lot more than just instruct you on how to be popular
Breath of the Wild seriously blows me away. It’s the really small things that make this game amazing. Like this scene, where I was hunting for deer in a forest when I hear a faint melody playing in the distance, carried by the wind. I stop what I’m doing and start following the music, which grows louder as you get closer, and find myself in a vast lush field.
Standing in the middle of the field is an eclectic character holding a worn-out accordion and playing a song that is hauntingly beautiful and somewhat familiar, giving you a side quest to accomplish. It’s really the little details in this game that makes it a masterpiece because you feel like the world is alive, and you ARE Link lol…