I almost forgot to show you guys this wonderful video I found a couple weeks ago. It is really nostalgic.
Before y’all think I’m being over-nostalgic for fanboyism, you’re wrong. I wish I liked Pokémon more than I do, but I just hate the generations after the third.
But Big Boy Llama have a sad story…
When I was little, around 2nd grade, my family was recovering from a really difficult phase in your life, and Papa Llama had lost his job, and because of that, obviously, we didn’t have money to buy toys and stuff that only had the purpose to entertain. And that was the time that every single kid got a GameBoy Color and played pokémon after class. Little boy Llama used to go with them, but was the only one who didn’t have one, so, I just looked they playing for hours, every single day. But years later, when Papa Llama had a nice job and finally traveled overseas, he bought us (for me and Lil’Llama, my sister) a GameBoy Advanced SP, a red one, that came with two games, Pokémon Sapphire and Rocket Power, which by the way, was the hardest game I’ve ever played in my entire life. I played Pokémon every day, but after I finished it, I was still curious about the “Mewtwo fight” that everybody always talked about. So, one day, when I had “good” internet and a nice computer, I downloaded a GBA emulator and player Pokémon Red, and the one thing I could remember is that I’ve waited that moment for soooooooooooo long, that when I fought with Mewtwo, I even cried a little bit. It seems dumb, but it was a special moment for me, remembering even a simple thing as a wish to just play a game.
And now, probably I won’t watch any movie, because I need to work on the second project of #FavorMarch. There is also the fact I need to wake up at 8am tomorrow.
I’ll probably still make another post before I go to bed. But in case I’m way too tired to write anything…
I’ll see you soon, muchachos! 😉