You will get older if you stay in on Saturday nights. Not physically, but like in a total I-am-a-millennial-and-I-am-turning-vegan-next-week kinda way. In a I’ll-choke-you-with-perfectly-lit-pizza-and-chill-photos kinda way. We are trying to convey that FOMO can be caused by staying in for a weekend. The only way to stay in is to spend time surfing the internet and surf aimlessly. If you’re like me, then listen to podcasts on the dark web. Or by watching Dr. Pimple Popper on YouTube–Fascinating!
Whatever your interests, Saturday nights should be dedicated to research. The very first episode was a miracle, where Ash Ketchum fails to pick his Pokemon and is rewarded with a moody Pikachu. That episode aired in 1997, almost 20 years ago. Since then, I have been a huge Pokemon fan. I even wanted to own a few. You can judge me however, but I don’t mind admitting it.
After playing with Pokemon Tazos free of charge, all thanks to the humble packet of classic salted Uncle Chips, I am so disappointed by Pokemon Go that I have never downloaded the app. You can also play it. You can also try it on a friend’s phone. Why? It is because Pokemon’s nostalgia is so strong that any attempt to destroy it is immediately blocked. Ugh!
Let’s move on. The internet can come up with something easier than a 14-point quiz that tells us what Pokemon we are. Thanks to Pokekueez (a strange little website on the Internet), you can now seamlessly, with just one comment, discover what Pokemon you’re destined to become.