It's been five years since Pokemon Black and White came out in English (well for me at least) and when that game came out at that time, I was in secondary school and I was bullied/picked on most of the time there. Thankfully, Generation V was a pretty high point for Pokemon which proved the game to be enjoyable to my standards.
And for some reason, I seem to miss it even though the school left a scar on my mentality. I just seem to miss the distant town I had to be driven to (Where the school was) which is now changed in a sort of bad way. I don't even want to know what has happened to my secondary school.
I also spent those secondary school years looking back on events that happened in my life from 2001-2003 which made the experience more enjoyable and playing nostalgic video games I never got to play on the GameCube and PlayStation. I was also a Sims 3 addict while The Sims 3 was still popular and before EA truly died. Overall, I had quite an enjoyable secondary school life but then again I still remember it for the pain I had to handle.
This all could've been easily avoided if I didn't get expelled from my primary school back in 2007/2008 all because Toontown Online took over my life during that time. If I were to think of an alternate outcome to all this, not much would've changed and life would just go on as it is. Of course, the school I could've enrolled in would've been quite different, but you get the idea.
It can be quite embarrassing when you look back on bad things you did in the past that led you to worse things, making yourself look bad. But should my secondary school years even be missed despite the torture, sadness and guilt I had to go through?
Listening to: Animal Crossing
Reading: Nothing as usual
Watching: We Bare Bears
Playing: Nintendo Badge Arcade