At 8/29/10 06:30 PM, Luxembourg wrote:
Video games are tempting, really. There are a lot of DS games I want to get because I haven't been paying enough attention to the system in the past... well, since the thing first came out, and a lot of seemingly great games have gone right under my nose, and I also thought about saving it for future releases (I really want to be one of the first to experience LittleBIGPlanet 2; that's my most anticipated title by far.) but nothing really great comes out for several months and I would feel weird holding onto it that long. I figure I'd best spend some of it (though it doesn't seem like I have to spend a whole lot) on something practical.
I'll still end up blowing the other $90 or so on videogames and slave children, sad though that may be.
Well, videogames are an honourable pursuit, one that embodies freedom, happiness, and good will. Blowing $90 on them is really kinda of small fry - I'd expect to pay a hundred for a new game, but searching through bargain bins I can get myself 15 - 20 dollar games, as I'm sure you can too.
So yeah, why not spend a bit of the money on replenishing any art stash you may have and spend the rest on some leisure items?