Dogs as percussion instruments

Relaxing Saturday was mostly that. I got about 10 hours of sleep and I don’t think I even got dressed until noon. I watched Katie play some Dead Rising 2. Looks about as good as the first Dead Rising! Which I hated.

We left the house initially to go to Gamexchange so I could dig around in their PS2 and Xbox games. We got out to west end and it was busy as well. I guess everyone being cooped up all week from the snow finally had to go somewhere. Gamexchange was closed! Forever! It was so disappointing.

So we went to the Gamestop nearby. Katie found Singstar 80’s and didn’t get it. We walked down to Disc Replay. Neither of us had been in there before. They had a lot of games and the prices were competitive but the selection was mostly super common stuff or crap. Then we walked to TJ Maxx, which was packed full of people.

I don’t do well with a lot of people, especially in cramped quarters with everyone moving around.

Katie drags me around the store for a while then we leave and walk back to the car and then we go to Barnes & Noble and Petsmart before I fucking lose it and we have to go home.

I told Katie yesterday that I was going to dig around in the crawlspace and look at my games, so that’s what I did this afternoon. It took a lot of digging but I found them! I pulled out my Silent Hills and some other PS2 games. I pulled out 50 Cent: Bulletproof but it’s apparently not backwards compatible with the 360 and I don’t quite know where my xbox is.

Tonight we ate at Thailand Cuisine then we walked around the mall for a little while. Nearly everyone else in the mall was a pre-teen kid or teenage parents. It was kind of bizarre. I saw a couple of little girls there pushing strollers with dolls in them. IN THE MALL.

Then we went to Chris’s house and hung out with him. They punished me by watching Big Bang Theory, which is still awful.

It’s only 11:30 and I’m already tired. Totally not looking forward to tomorrow! At all!