“The first time I read that line, I said “When I come back, it’ll be AS Lightning”. It…confused me to say the least. “Just where the hell are they trying to take Snow?!”, I inquired of Jack Fletcher, who had subsequently fallen out of his chair from laughter.”—Troy Baker, reading his lines for Final Fantasy XIII-2 (via fuckyeahtroybaker)
We were supposed to spar at a tournament. I’m about 58-60kg, she was 75kg so we shouldn’t have been fighting, but we had agreed to spar. She disregarded what our coaches said to her. I’m not a wuss, and I can certainly fight, but when there’s 15kg in the difference, it’s gonna hurt.
I had some marks under my eye and bruises on my arms and stuff. Our physio yelled at her for intentionally ignoring what the coaches had said and pretty much told her if she couldn’t follow their instructions, then she didn’t have a place there.
Are there many other girls at the boxing club you go to?
No, just me with the last few months :/
There was a younger girl who I was good friends with. But her Mam and Dad broke up and her mother dragged her back to Dublin :( Then there was another girl who I knew from when I was younger, but she kinda got egotistical and got yelled at by our physio and she didn’t come back.
Checkout operator in Supervalu. Also get stuck doing labels on Saturdays, which means I walk around the shop for hours, taking down old labels and putting up new ones for price changes - really monotonous and boring :/
Yup, I started about two years ago. I always wanted to try the sport but reckoned I was too told to start (being 18 at the time). A guy I work with convinced me to go for one training session and see how I liked it; my younger brother (who trains there too) helped me get all the stuff I needed and I fell in love with it :D
How come you're reblogging a heap of boxing things?
I haven’t been training in the last two weeks because of all the college stuff I have due. And I seriously need to go back to my usual club. My college one is good and all, but my book is at my usual club and I know all the coaches better there.
Despite being released in late October in Japan, Square Enix has confirmed that the dev team behind the game is already hard at work bringing it over to both the NA and PAL regions.
Square Enix has a bit of history releasing PSP games mere months away from each other in differing regions. Dissidia 012[duodecim] only had a one month delay while Tabata’s last title, The 3rd Birthday, had a three month gap.
Expect to see this around early 2012 for the PSP, one of its last titles to be released outside Japan.