Nooo I left Animal Crossing at home. Downtime at work is the only reason I still appreciate my village while everyone else abandoned it for Pokémon lol.
Okay I really need to sort out my new phone because it is painful when something funny happens on Animal Crossing that requires the view of the touch screen for context, when I’m playing at work. I’ve just closed my 3DS and now can no longer play until I get home if I want to archive this moment because I don’t have a camera on me. My 3DS IS my casual out of the house camera. >8U
Oh yeah last night at work a Dad came up and asked for three tickets for “I’ve got Cloudy Meatballs 2” and his daughter and wife just groaned like “Whyyy Dad” and I just went “IThinkYouShouldSeeADoctorAboutThat That’ll be £12 please” and it took everything I had to not collapse into the infectious gigglefit his daughter had for the rest of the entire transaction.
Fucking snobby adults calling up the cinema and disrespecting animation. Q_Q “Well we have Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2 which is an animation and suitable for all ages”. “So it’s for kids.” “…It is a family film yes.”
Turned on the heater in the box office to take the chill off. Two weeks ago I was using it on the fan setting.
(or more of #this-shitty-box-office’s-glass-exterior-goddamn)
Ugggggh covering Saturday and we have a show on today. People keep doing that thing where they turn up to book tickets on the day, see we have hardly any space left and are like “…Oh… *leans and makes long sigh and proceeds to stare at the seating plan for 2 minutes without saying anything other than occasional half-hearted pointing, hesitation, and then muttering “no” and going back to mulling over the four spots they have to choose from*”.
Meanwhile because I do think people complain too much I like to count my blessings: Today the box office is neither too hot nor too cold.