You're not alone - my allergies also lead to hay fever. Although just like with stone fruits, my condition has gotten progessively better over the years. I used to have itchy eyes, nowadays I just get a runny nose every now and again.MojaveRena wrote:I get hayfever around this time of year, so I'm always sneezing..
I just had to mentally process that you live in Europe, too, and weren't talking about American football . I used to play football/soccer quite a bit when I was younger, too; both with classmates/friends and as a warm-up practice at handball training. I like to believe I was semi-competent, mainly covering the defense section of our team and being a pest to attackers who tried to outplay me. During my semester abroad in the US, there was also a small soccer 'cup' in which I was actually one of the stronger players. Guess it's the blood of Germany, the football nation, running through my veins .MojaveRena wrote:That's what I am like playing football, most of the time I'm just running about aimlessly but when I do get the ball, I often let everyone down. XD
Truth be told, I'm really not much of a soccer fan, or a fan of watching sports in general. It's not that I find it uninteresting, just not engaging enough that I'd go out of my way for it. It can be fun to watch World Cup matches with a group of friends, but nowadays, the opportunity hardly ever comes up for me.MojaveRena wrote:That reminds me, the World Cup is starting soon, are you going to watch that or do you prefer to watch something else? I do admit there are comedic moments in watching football on TV...
I'm wondering, what types of moments would you classify as comedic here ?
I started off with Emi's route - as do about 80% of all Kawata Shoujo readers, it seems. Arriving on her route involves one single choice; you'll probably know which one. Apparently, many people followed a similar thought process as me at that decision point and were thus locked into Emi's path.MojaveRena wrote:Who did you get when you first played the game?
Lilly's is my favorite route in the game, though. It's very sweet all around, and it (in my mind) puts the most focus on the implications the characters' disabilities have on their daily lives. I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did .
Since the topic never came up, if you don't mind sharing: What do you do for work or education? Have you moved to Italy on a temporary basis or are you planning to stay for good?