It that time of the month again! I’m too bored to be sitting and writing my report (I even skipped rounds this morning) so I thought that procrastinating by making a blog update with images of unfinished drawings is an adaptive coping method which will help me survive in the long run by -hopefully- not getting mauled by my supervisor by the start of next week. Truly, when we learn psychology, we can understand the human mind and the way of thinking even better, albeit, slightly.
I have this thing going on: this increase in goal-direct activity which makes me start new projects i.e. drawings and leaving them unfinished while starting another drawing. Same goes for video games: play one game and start another one before completing the first one. But since this doesn’t impair my social, academic or occupational functioning, I’m not manic. So I don’t have bipolar.
Who would’ve known that surgeons (or anyone using ratcheted forceps for that matter) actually hold forceps with the thumb and ring finger. Hence, obviously, the above picture is wrong D:. And you use your index and middle finger to guide the forceps. And that the forceps were creating only for right handed people and that left hand people will either have to learn how to use their right hand or find a way to use a right-handed forceps with their left hand.
Been playing a lot of Tactics Ogre for the PSP lately. Dame Raveness is my favourite character aside from Canopus. Good thing they like each other *cough*. She was so coddled and overpowered with the best equipment that I have at hand that -spoiler- I had to have four units surround her doppelganger and beat her to death while having someone blast her with magic in order to put her down -end spoiler-. I started a file while I was in America (yeah, THAT long ago. I even played the game while meetings because even though my attendance is required, I realized that I was redundant) but never got around to completing the story because I got depressed at having to tame dragons for Deneb. But once I actually did get enough dragons for Deneb, it was even more depressing to find Glass Pumpkins for her! Apparently recruiting dragons is really really easy as compared to finding glass pumpkins. And I stopped playing for almost a year because of some stupid pumpkins.
I’ve just recently picked up the game again and apparently, yesterday, I realized that recruiting Cressida on Chaos route was an even MORE pain in the neck. But with careful planning and awful choice options, it is possible to get her without having to perform a genocide. This is true because I was able to do it without doing a death march.
And I haven’t even gone through the Palace of the Dead yet.
Well, at least this game can keep me company for a long time.
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