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Age: 16, she/her pronouns
Mostly textposts (tagged w/ #duckie talks) about random junk, and I reblog anything I think is cool!
[ID: A photo of a cat in a birthday hat in front of a can of wet food decorated with a single bright candle. On top of the image, a computer pop-up dialog reads: "Fortunately, the clock is still ticking. The hours are going by. The past increases, the future approaches. Possibilities changing, wisdom growing. Do you understand?". Option 1: "I Understand". Option 2: "One day, I will". End ID.]
Kinda weirded out by the whole "gf constantly going through bf's phone to see if he's cheating" thing. And the gf doesn't let the bf go through her phone?? My thought process is: if you think your partner is cheating on you talk to them and/or break up with them. It just seems like an unnecessary breach of privacy that usually doesn't happen both ways.
Like, if both people in the relationship are okay with the other going through their phone or social media, fine. But that's not what I've seen happen in person on NUMEROUS occasions. I've asked some of these girls I know who do this about this (not in a judgmental way, I was just curious and didn't want to make early assumptions) and several of them said it was a REQUIREMENT to dating to let her go through his phone.
I always got uncomfortable by this general idea. If anyone has anything to add on to this, comment on this post! Maybe I'm completely wrong and I just don't see the full picture, let me know about that too.
Sidenote: I know this can happen vice-versa or in same-sex relationships; this is the situation I see happening most often.
TL;DR: Kinda iffy about partners going through eachother's phones/social media to "see if they're cheating". Usually doesn't go both ways. Maybe I'm wrong and don't know entire story behind it.
Lengthy opinions about Loz and game consoles that probably nobody else cares about
It's cool and all that Ocarina of Time was remastered for the 3DS, but it still wasn't the same experience as playing it full-screen. In my opinion some games are better suited for smaller systems like the DS or GameBoy, while some just feel Awkward. I know it won't happen, but it would be super cool if Oot and/or Majora's Mask was remastered for Switch or a future console! (Hopefully adding a decent camera control)
The main issue I had with OoT 3D was that the screen was just too small. I know that's a stupid complaint to make since the DS was made on the basis of small portable gameplay. For me, games like Zelda require a fuller screen to take in all the details easier, and its just more fun in my experience. I'm normally okay with games made for the DS systems, like Pokemon, and other Zelda games that don't require camera angle change (Phantom Hourglass, A Link Between Worlds). Maybe I'm biased on the fact that I have been used to playing Zelda games like OoT on bigger screens, but the difference in screen sizes felt cramped and seemed to change the gameplay.
I actually like and appreciate the 3DS OoT remake! The better graphics and textures are beautiful and the gameplay is less clunky. The above statements are pretty much the only issues I have personally with the game.