Though maybe I shouldn't talk, given some of the games I've played. x_x
feyr: Like "Progress Quest", which took the depth and complexity of an RPG and boiled it down to its basics...watching various progress bars fill up while text appeared. I played that thing for two weeks, and the only user input it took was when I clicked the start button.
feyr: It did have an advantage over most of the other games I've played, though. I could read websites, eat, take a bath, and attend classes, all without having to stop playing. =P
Re: last entry:
I could watch those little amoebas go through mitosis all day. I feel so voyeuristic.
A fan of dolls/fairies or no, you must admit that this is pretty darn nifty.
Rrrgh. I've been exercising, but I also need to diet. I should be doing something along the lines of Atkins, as low-carb is generally the healthiest option for women with PCOS, but I never eat enough to do it properly. I've got a bit of meat and a huge bag of lovely flash-frozen veggies (god bless Costco)... I could probably manage to do a varietyless bastard form of Induction for a couple of days without actually going to the store, so long as I don't get sick of turkey and broccoli/cauliflower/squash/zucchini (I do not think I could ever get tired of zucchini. I loves me some zucchini).
So if I start babbling about how much zucchini I'm consuming, that'll be why. :D
Java (It's technically called "Intro to Computer Programming", but the textbook is on Java, and the official name is way too long) and Trig are kicking my ass, but for once, I am kicking Spanish's ass. This is surprising. I am sort of checking out Education's ass for the kicking, and it is checking out mine, but no moves have been made.