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Anti-Matter

@Tyranexx
Btw, before i consider the Japanese version of Yokai Watch 3, was the USA / PAL version based on Yokai Watch 3 Sukiyaki since the first mini game on USA / PAL was eating the Sukiyaki, not eating Sushi or Tempura ?

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Morpheel

I used my last bag of Earl Grey tea. And it's expensive on Amazon. 😢

Gotta enjoy my last batch of iced tea while it lasts...

Until I get more of course...

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Anti-Matter

@Morpheel
Oh, gosh....
Even grey tea was very rare on Amazon ? 😮

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Morpheel

I was searching for that particular variety (earl grey), I really like it as iced tea, with a bit of honey.

Green tea is around the same price point though.

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HobbitGamer

Earl Grey >> Green
Green tea might as well be blended crabgrass.

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Morpheel

My brother loves matcha.

That is super expensive though.

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Tyranexx

I used to think I disliked tea. It turns out that this only applies to ice tea, not warm teas. That or some people find better stuff than the Nestea my dad used to mix.

I also generally prefer green tea over some brown teas, but that depends on the brand. I need to hunt down some quality tea bags; the last batch was part of a gift my mom didn't want.


@Anti-Matter the Western version of Yo-Kai Watch 3 combines all three versions into one game. You could collect all Yo-Kai in one save file.

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Morpheel

Loose leaf tea is also really good and customizable, if you can't find a good bag tea.

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Morpheel

@Octane I’ve only seen it in Walmart. The closest one is about 220Km away from me.

We’ll do our weekly shopping tomorrow, so I’ll look around in the local shops.

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Link-Hero

Ugh, tea. Never liked the stuff. No matter what brand I choose, it just tastes like contaminated grass water to me. The bitter taste is what gets to me. And before anyone asks, I've tried multiple different kinds, both hot and cold. It's not bad enough where I refuse to drink it after the first sip, but I will chug down it down if I'm forced too. Won't be enjoying it, of course, I just don't want it to go to waste.

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Morpheel

You could try fruity tisanes.

Much less grass and more things to chew on.

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Anti-Matter

@Morpheel
220 km ?!
It was like the trip from Surabaya (East Java) to Jakarta (West Java) in my country.
It can take a whole day from Surabaya to go to Jakarta by car (not including traffic jam) but will be a few hours by train.

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Octane

220 km gets me anywhere in this country. I'd even have to take a detour if I want to drive 220 km and not cross any borders

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Morpheel

220km takes me to the closest major city.

There's other towns closer, but they're like, smaller than mine.

Other than that it's all desert and cows. With sea on the sides.

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ThanosReXXX

@Anti-Matter I have no idea, since I don't have Federation Force, nor have I ever played it.
Oh, and people will sooner worry that you DON'T change. Time to get with the program and become a real man. Guns, babes and boobs. Oh, and explosions and blood. Lot's of blood...

But all joking aside, I do agree with some of the other commenters: you'll like Star Fox Adventures on the GameCube. It's like Zelda, but with animals, and there's only very little shooting in it. You'll mostly be doing puzzle solving, and some hand to hand combat, almost like martial arts, with a staff and all that, so that should appeal to you. Watching gameplay just doesn't compare. Just try it, you can always sell it again if you really don't enjoy it.

@Tyranexx Haha, yeah... I'm sure you will. I've actually done the same. Every now and again, I'll still give it one or two go's. And I fail, AGAIN, and then I wash down that foul taste with another game that I'm much better at, either also on the SNES Mini, or on any of my other consoles. Gotta end the evening on a positive note, after all, right?

@Morpheel Earl grey tea expensive? Since when? I can buy it by the truck load over here, and it isn't any more expensive than any other kind of tea.

@Link-hero Well, if you think tea is bitter, then you must REALLY hate coffee...
But seriously: with a bit of sweetener, sugar or honey, a cup of hot tea can be really good, and no one can tell me that with so many different flavors around, there wouldn't be a single one to like, or at the very least be palatable.

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Morpheel

Well, I consider 5 dollars expensive for 20 bags of tea, specially considering it would take like a week or more for me to finally get it.

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ReaderRagfish

I don't love or hate tea. I only really drink it when I'm sick and want to drink something hot.

Also, why do so many people these days think Star Fox Adventures is bad? Back in the day it was pretty well received, but it seems to be the butt of many jokes these days.

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ThanosReXXX

@Morpheel That's the Amazon price? That actually IS expensive. I was talking super market prices. Over here, it never costs more than around €2.50, or €3.07 for the more expensive brands, such as biological tea and/or fair trade brands. Those euro prices equate to $2.81 and $3.45 respectively, by the way, to give you the numbers in US currency...

Here's an example page from one of the more well-known super markets over here:
https://www.ah.nl/zoeken?query=earl%20grey+thee

They also accept online orders, so I'd figure American supermarkets do the same, so why not look those up, and order from them, instead of from Amazon? I'd personally never order any food items from a website like that.

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ThanosReXXX

@ReaderRagfish I don't know who you see as "so many people", but I actually like the game very much.
Heck, I still own it to this day, so you'll hear no argument for me. Perhaps you might think that because some of us recommending it to Anti-Matter, we might be making fun of it, but at least far as I'm concerned, that's really not the case. I just figured it's friendly enough to be considered a suitable game for him.

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