Fasting month is over, hurrah! Time for celebrations, kinda. I'm never in the mood for visiting relatives, although the first day is always mandatory for us. As we grow older, the number of houses we visit on the first day keeps dwindling and this year, we visited only 4 houses. I also received $4 from an aunt. It's not that I'm being ungrateful, but we generally don't receive money as (working) adults although uhm $4 really? I guess I can go buy a new deodorant now.
Also, my mom and I took a (sh!tty) photo for the first time, just the two of us. We're really bad at this so I suppose that's why we never really bothered before. I would also like to blame my sister's camera phone because it's a potato and makes the LOUDEST shutter noise.
And it's scary how almost all my younger relatives look crazy older than me. For real, there was a kid who's at least 7-9 years younger than me, but I legit thought she was an aunt of mine until she shook and kissed my hand as a sign of respect. Dude, that's mind-boggling. What's the rush in trying to make yourself look mature? When you're ACTUALLY older, you're so gonna lament on how your face isn't as youthful and wrinkle-free anymore. :\
Btw, we're finally starting on the DLCs for Borderlands 2.
Captain Scarlett and her Pirate's Booty is go! The enemies are around our level as well, although they aren't all that challenging but still giving us decent EXP. I like. But the new Sandskiff vehicle is stupid hard to control.
Man I still remember starting on the first DLC for Borderlands 1. I was hyped! Zombie Island was pretty awesome and hectic. This one? It's a nice, huge map, weirdly dropping more useful shields than usual, and it's still amazing BL2 action, but the wonder and hype is totally gone now. Sometimes I wish I'm still new to gaming so I can go all wide, starry-eyed at things.