I decided NOT to watch the Attack on Titan movie

But before you kill me, let me finish what I’m saying. I decided NOT to watch the Attack on Titan movie in cinemas. I’ll still watch it. But I will wait for the DVD version.

Why? I heard a lot of comments saying it was bad. And now I’m scared, especially since Levi isn’t there (do I still need to explain how much I love that character??) But of course I have to see it for myself. I’ll try my very best not to compare it with the anime (and especially the manga), because that’s the way you should watch it.

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My phone fell into the water earlier

I turned it on after drying it, and it’s working, but after a few minutes it shut down. I really screamed, I swear.  I’m having issues with my phone’s physical keyboard right now and it’s not financially possible to buy a new one right away, so I panicked.

I put a handful of uncooked rice in the wet areas and left it for a couple of hours (since my brother won’t let me bury the phone itself inside the rice dispenser). Now it’s running again. Whew.

That’s what you get when you only let go of things once they’re broken. I really don’t like replacing phones every now and then just to be up-to-date. If it still work, I’ll use it. If it can be repaired, I’ll have it done. End result: my phone’s now battered, surviving several slight (and also brutal) falls, and two water accidents, within a span of three years.

Noooow I’m really scared of what might happen if I replace it with a full-touch screen phone. *shivers*