I'm playing this nerdy little sim game called My Candy Love. It's quite fun, except that aside from talking to people, you have action points. Every time you enter or exit a room or hallway or general location, you use two action points. When you get to 0, you have to wait for the next day's ten action points to arrive, or there are a few games that can possibly give you points.
I am not a patient girl.
I've been on episode two for an eternity now and playing two faces between Nathaniel, the student body president who's all polite and official, and Castiel, who is very rude and harshly spoken.
Both of them are frustrating, because if I'm the slightest bit improper with Nathaniel, he hates me, and then with Castiel I have to act like I hate Nathaniel, because he does, and he won't sign the damn paper acknowledging that he's been skipping classes, saying that Nathaniel should be a man and bring it to him himself instead of sending a little girl to run his errands.
That's the problem with sim games. Limited choices in replies. I had to give up again, because that was literally the only option. None other were listed. In real life, though, I would tell him to sign the note or I would strangle him with his own aorta. That's one of my favorite threats. I also like telling people that I'll carve their stomach out and put it back down their esophagus, but really, Castiel is a little shower..