I've scored an 80 on the practice AVSAB test, a "great" score according to my recruiter, which has shocked me since I almost forgot how to multiply double digits properly and I had nightmares about failing even the practice one.
Having a penchant of liking the most stupid and ridiculous out of place characters (examples: Piranha Plant in Smash Bros., Dolphin and Goomba Tower in Dr. Mario World, Daytona Race Car playable fighter, a Company of Heroes racer in Sonic & All-Stars Transformed, the bastard fossil Pokemon in Sword/Shield).
Liking adorable things.
Liking adorable things that have a man-eating Chain Chomp as their special item.
Time paradox, which adds onto how stupid and ridiculous Baby Luigi's playable inception is.
His quotes are baby-dumb and are quotable as a result. "Baby Weegee number not one."
Owning a race-track that's memorable for all the wrong reasons and him and his brother innocently smiling at you on the track preview in Double Dash before you experience what hell is.
He needs to be playable in more games. Him becoming a playable Dr. Mario World character was a magical experience on Twitter that we don't see too often:
Still trying to fight back my intense mental struggle right now.
Not only will we move out of here, I don't think my parents will take me with them. I don't know where to go. I am planning to enlist to the Air Force tomorrow, possibly start seriously hunting for jobs, but I can't think of a place to stay at.
Things been crap lately. I'm in a very tense mood for the following reasons:
1. Family cannot afford the house I'm living in. We're going to sell this house by the end of this year, and we'll be forced to cut things down by moving out of my home city.
2. Family's job has been put in a furlough due to the virus.
3. Twin sister is moving out of this house in late May, which hurts by far the most for me.
4. A haunting, slow realization that...I may not actually enjoy 3D modeling as a career. That's why compared to my sister, I had not been making any progress on improving my skills. I don't actually like spending most of my time making props and other environment stuff, which is what I'll be expected to do if I go down the career path. I've realized that the only things 3D model related I've done are things I'm personally interested in; as soon as I stray out of that comfort zone, my motivation and commitment goes to zero. 4 years ago I may have been enthusiastic about it, now I'm not.