Pita And Friend

After the last house­warm­ing par­ty, Pita stayed the night, hav­ing come all the way from Montreal, not want­i­ng to dri­ve back after a few hours of drink­ing. I asked him to stay on Sunday, and we end­ed up play­ing all the old Gamecube games that we used to play and mas­ter, back when we lived togeth­er. We nev­er had the chance to do this since he moved to Taiwan and back to Canada over two years ago, so it was quite a rem­i­nis­cent expe­ri­ence.

Discovering I had a free week­end, I invit­ed him over a lit­tle while ago for two days of pure gam­ing. The invi­ta­tion was extend­ed to his room­mate, after Pita said that I should meet her, being a hard­core gam­ing chick who appar­ent­ly can kick his ass in Soul Calibur 2. I have yet to observe this ass-kick­ing chick phe­nom­e­non for myself, and unfor­tu­nate­ly, I haven’t had any time to prac­tice with Kilik or Raphael, so I’m pre­pared to get my ass hand­ed to me. I’m hop­ing to make it up in Super Smash Brothers Melee.

This is the last week­end of fun before I start to get seri­ous about work (aside from a LAN par­ty I have planned for the first week of November). I decid­ed not to take the job at the book­store, and put my full focus on a web solu­tions busi­ness that I reg­is­tered this week.

They should be here any minute.

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