If you work hard, good things happen. If good things aren’t happening, you aren’t working hard enough.
If you know me, you know that you don’t actually know me at all.
So who am I supposed to serenade, since the girl I wrote this song about is six feet out of reach?
If you text me and I don’t text back, it’s probably because I’m playing Pokemon. Yes, virtual creatures are more important to me than you are.
Anonymous asked: So Sean. What are your top five favorite Pokemon?!
Greetings! After nearly five months of hardcore pondering, I finally decided on an answer to easily the hardest question I’ve ever been asked. So. I decided that it’s going to be easiest to answer this question by trying to figure out which Pokemon would be the coolest to have in a party in real life. We would play together, battle together, and be best friends. I also like to choose Pokemon that would be cool to have walking around with me, because as a trainer I like to keep my Pokemon out of their Pokeballs so they can run along side of me and their other teammates (who would also be their best friends) freely. So I decided to not just choose Pokemon based on being powerful/useful, but Pokemon that would be cool, fun to have, and powerful as well, because being a powerful trainer is a huge part of any championship-bound trainers journey. Here it goes.
1. Lucario/Mega Lucario. Lucario makes the list because he’s super cool looking biped, is very powerful, and has a huge array of moves he can learn. Lucario would be an awesome companion and he’s very powerful. He’s a Fighting/Steel type, two of my favorite types. He’s been one of my favorites ever since I first saw him in Pokemon White.
2. Blastoise. Blastoise is awesome. He’s been on my top ten favorite lists ever since Red and Blue were first released. Blastoise looks awesome. I mean, cmon, there are few things cooler than a bipedal turtle with huge water cannons on his back. Blastoise always serves a super practical service because since he is a water type Pokemon, he has the ability to conjure water. That being said, if ever me and my team found ourselves stranded, Blastoise would be able to keep the team hydrated, a super useful tool. Blastoise being a water type also gives him the option to learn super useful moves like Waterfall, Surf, or Dive, which are all important to have while on a Poke adventure.
3. Aggron. Aggron makes the cut because of his sheer size and awesomeness. Aggron is a Steel/Rock Pokemon. He is super sturdy and is useful to have in a party just in case we need some Rock Smashing or boulder-moving Strength. At 7’2” Aggron is a massive foe and intimidating companion.
4. Moltres. Moltres is on the list because let’s be honest, what kind of a team would be complete without a flying Pokemon? Moltres is the king of the skies and the flaming streak he leaves behind is a mark of power that the entire world recognizes. Moltres also serves as the teams flyer, so when it’s time to pack up and fly, all of his teammates hop in their Pokeballs and Moltres takes us to where we need to go. This team’s Moltres, however, is actually the largest Moltres ever recorded. While most Moltres stand at about 6’ in height, my Moltres stands at a whopping 8’ tall.
5. Zoroark. Zoroark is on the list because he is one of the single coolest Pokemon to ever be created. He’s an “Illusion Fox”, the category itself screams cool. Zoroark is a cunning, fast, and powerful.
*answers are not in any order*
*answers are subject to change*
If you’re ugly on the outside, you’re ugly on the inside.
If you’re ugly on the inside, you’re ugly on the outside.
Stoked that I can buy alcohol now. Not to drink, though, to make molotovs and burn down liquor stores.
It’s my birthday and this is my 1,000th post. That’s cool.