Making stupid goals. How I became the pork bun king.
Sure, I've got ambition. I set lofty goals this year and I intend to achieve them.
Y'see the problem I have is the extra goals that strike me at the last minute. Nonsense like finishing something terrible in my backlog as my hundredth completion (Onechanbara), or realizing it would be cool to finish Ninety Nine Nights as my 99th. This crap is definitely going to slow me down, but thats okay. I started these games I should try and finish them, no problem there.
Getting sidetracked is always stupid if it is no longer in pursuit of the original goal. Enter Sleeping Dogs,... I noticed one day on the gamehub leaderboards that I was being so efficient in completing the game I was placing very poorly in every category. Every category but one, Pork Buns Eaten. I probably ate 2 dozen, which I thought was normal since food is a powerup. Apparently not as my friend list is full of people who don't want health regeneration. So as a laugh I spent 2 hours buying pork buns, I ate over 400 of them. But I couldn't stop there, when I saw the leaderboard on TA had a guy at over 900 I had to eat more. The next day I ate another 600 porkbuns. I chronicled these adventures in my capture feed, if you ever wondered how much crap that food stand guy will put up with then check them out. Or honestly don't, it was retarded.
I will never get those hours back.
I don't want them back, because I became the pork bun king.
Posted by State of Flow
on 26 February 17 at 02:01
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