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Hello there TAY, how you all doing? Welcome back to The Meme is Right the Open Forum! And just like last week and the week before that (but not the one before that), I’m your adorable host Nior. Hope you’re having a kickass week.

So this Friday the new Avengers will be kicking in teachers and guess whose father got tickets one month in advance? That’s right, mine. Gotta admit I’m not the biggest fan of superheroes movies but it’s been a while since my old man has been excited to see a movie, and I can’t help but look forward to it. Incidentally its also the day the God Of War comes to 420 blaze it and I’m finally grabbing a PS4 soon. I hope. We’ll see.

Anyway, future plans aside, I’m still playing Celeste! Got through the main stages with a respectable amount of strawberries if I do say so myself (around 90) and got enough hearts to play chapter eight. Unfortunately, I didn’t realize that every level has both a blue and red heart, so I grinded my ass on the B-Levels and holy shit, my fingers are destroyed.

Was it worth it? 100%. And yes I’m aware of assist mode but I liked Celeste enough to challenge myself to do it legit (Death count is at 2.5 K and rising) and that’s gonna be today’s topic:

“How do you feel about hard/casual/assist modes/the works (especially in games that you suck but really love)?”

Speaking of hard...

Other (not so) difficult questions include:

  • What’s the hardest thing you ever did?
  • What’s your favorite drink (not necessarily alcoholic)?
  • For my fellow weebs out there, what you guys watching this Spring season?

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