Whats something expensive/uncommon/impressive/obscure you didn't expect your partner/date to have possession of?

2021.09.27 01:55 I_love_buttts Whats something expensive/uncommon/impressive/obscure you didn't expect your partner/date to have possession of?

I've dated quite a few people over the years from all different walks of life and I'm always mind blown by some of the things people own. I come from a lower working class background so maybe I'm just not used to having excess 'things'.
Things that come to mind -
29 year old girl had inherited multiple shipping containers worth of antique furniture and rough sawn timber slabs
Another girl had bought a professional grade compound bow and full kit, never been shot.
One had a necklace that I really liked and she wore everday, it was a gift from her parents for getting her PhD. Eventually found out it was worth more than both our cars put together when I looked it up online.
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2021.09.27 01:55 CaspianX2 October 2021 Noteworthy Releases on Nintendo Switch

I occasionally see people respond to my weekly Upcoming Releases posts with comments like “it's just a buncha' shovelware”, and I don't think people realize the potential in some of the games they're dismissing.
Because of this, before we jump into the next month, I'm going through the list of upcoming games for that month that we know about, and highlighting the ones that have a strong chance of being worth paying attention to, as well as a brief snippet about the game explaining why it's worth watching.
I will specifically only be highlighting games that have a reasonably strong pedigree, or that are otherwise particularly noteworthy in some way beyond “this looks good, it could be interesting...”. This means that I'll likely be mentioning a lot of ports, as it's easier to know a game will likely be good if it was already good on another platform (I'm including games that scored 75 or higher on Metacritic on other platforms, 80% positive or higher on Steam, and/or 4 or higher rating on Google Play store). I'll also mention games whose developer has a decent track record for producing quality.
Oh, and before getting into the games, I should note that this is just the list we have available right now – there are likely to be new games announced after this list comes out, as well as games on this list that get delayed. Also, I should note that this is not a list of the only games worth getting on the Switch this month – just the ones that I feel can be backed up with more than just “feels” given what we know now. And of course, since these games aren't released yet, I obviously can't know they're good, they just look promising.
I'm continuing the use of “Buzz Picks” to indicate titles that, while they have no clear established pedigree to indicate they'll be good or bad, they are nevertheless highly anticipated or noteworthy for other reasons.
Anyway, on to the list!
10/1/2021 – Kyle is Famous: Complete Edition (Trailer – So, a bit of good news, bad news on this one. Good news is, when it released on PC, players raved about this choose-your-own-story-style text adventure, with over 1000 players on Steam giving the game a very positive 93% user review score, raving about the game's great story and sense of humor. The bad news is... at $15, this is much pricier on the Nintendo Switch than the PC version's price tag of... um... free. However, before you go complaining about the “Nintendo Tax”, bear in mind that the Nintendo Switch version is greatly expanded beyond the PC version, with the original's 21 endings now stretched to a whopping 117. And the PC version being free just means that you have a perfectly good free demo to play, I suppose. So you might as well give the PC version a try to see if you're interested in the Nintendo Switch release of the game.
10/5/2021 – Lego Marvel Superheroes (Trailer – We're going back in time for this one, as Lego Marvel Superheroes 2 has already been on the Nintendo Switch for quite a long time. However, those players hoping to get one step closer to completing their Lego collection on Nintendo Switch, or just looking for fun superhero action, should definitely keep their eyes out for this one as the original release of the game got Metacritic scores ranging from the high-70s to low-80s, which many critics at the time said was the best Lego game yet.
10/5/2021 – Nickelodeon All Star Brawl (Trailer Buzz Pick – Developer Fair Play Labs has a... let's say mixed track record, but I couldn't possibly deny the groundswell of excitement building up for this Super Smash Bros.-esque fighting game featuring Nickelodeon's popular characters like SpongeBob SquarePants, Invader Zim, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and... er... Nigel Thornberry? While I personally remain skeptical about this game, I think that if I didn't include I on this list I'd likely be mauled by angry commenters, so here you go.
10/5/2021 – Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania (Trailer – While the Super Monkey Ball series has underwhelmed fans for years now, there's a lot of hope that Banana Mania will turn things around for the series. There's good reason for that hope too, as the game's content comes from the first two games in the series, revered as the pinnacle of the franchise, with the original GameCube versions of those games both scoring 87 on Metacritic. With any luck, this game will finally see the series returning to its impeccable arcade-style balancing-act excellence.
10/8/2021 – Metroid Dread (Trailer – Without a doubt the most hotly-anticipated Nintendo Switch game of the month and possibly even the year, Metroid Dread comes from developer Mercury Steam, whose last entry in the series, Metroid Samus Returns, scored 85 on Metacritic. However, even more than that, this marks the first entirely new 2D entry in the Metroid series since Metroid Fusion in 2002 – fans have been waiting nearly 20 years. Hopefully the wait will be worth it!
10/8/2021 – Tetris Effect: Connected (Trailer – Tetris Effect has been claimed by many to be quite possibly the best version of the classic Puzzle game Tetris, with some truly eye-popping visuals and a spectacular soundtrack (it seems like no coincidence its release coincides with the Nintendo Switch OLED model, as its audiovisual splendor promises to be a great showpiece for the improved screen and enhanced audio of the new hardware). “Connected” adds new multiplayer content, and last year it received Metacritic scores ranging from the low to high 80s on other platforms.
10/12/2021 – Disco Elysium: The Final Cut (Trailer – Disco Elysium earned massive, universal acclaim when it released on PC in 2019, with the open-world top-down RPG earning numerous Game of the Year awards. Since then, each subsequent release of the game has earned similar praise, with Metacritic scores ranging from the mid-80s to the high-90s. Fans of RPGs who haven't played other versions of the game should absolutely be keeping an eye out for this one.
10/12/2021 – Monster Crown (Trailer – While this Pokemon-style RPG is not yet out, it has been available on Steam early access for a while, where it has already gotten a lot of positive feedback from players, with over 250 players giving the game a very positive 89% user score, with players praising its charm and overall presentation, as well as its deep mechanics when compared to Pokemon.
10/14/2021 – The Jackbox Party Pack 8 (Trailer – The Jackbox series of Party Games is reliable good, and sometimes even great. For reference, the 7 previous games in the series on Nintendo Switch have had scores ranging from 71 to 81. This Jackbox includes Drawful Animate, which takes the classic drawing and guessing Party Game and adds a new element by having players create two-frame animations. In addition to that, there's four all-new games: The Wheel of Enormous Proportions (a trivia game), Job Job (where players use each others' submitted words to make funny answers to job interview questions), The Poll Mine (where players rank the answers to questions and try to guess the group's rankings), and Weapons Drawn, a social deduction game where players hide clues in their drawings. Will this game reach the heights of Jackbox 3 (the absolute best game in this series and I'll fight you if you say otherwise)? We'll find out in a few weeks...
10/15/2021 – Crysis 2 Remastered (Trailer Buzz Pick – Crysis Remastered answered the question “will Switch run Crysis?” with a resounding “YES!”, and although Metacritic scores for that release were not great... Digital Foundry's early look at the sequel came away very impressed, and that's hopefully a good sign that Nintendo Switch First-Person Shooter fans should keep an eye on this release.
10/15/2021 – Crysis 3 Remastered (Trailer Buzz Pick – So... the same thing I just said for Crysis 2 applies here too. Here's Digital Foundry's early look at Crysis 3 for reference.
10/15/2021 – The Good Life (Trailer Buzz Pick – Developer White Owls and their auteur figurehead Swery have a history of developing games that are all over the map (most notably the Deadly Premonition series and The Missing: JJ Macfield and the Island of Memories, but they are pretty much always at least interesting. The Good Life is a photography-focused adventure game with... well, let's just say it has some odd elements in it that won't be a surprise to anyone who follows Swery's works...
10/19/2021 – Dying Light: Platinum Edition (Trailer – This open-world first-person survival game has been released multiple times on numerous platforms since it first came out in 2015, getting Metacritic scores ranging from the mid-70s to mid-80s (thanks in part to the acclaimed expansion The Following, included along with all of the rest of the game's DLC in this release). The Nintendo Switch version also adds gyroscopic aiming, touchscreen support, and HD rumble, as well as online co-op and local wireless co-op play.
10/26/2021 – Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy: Cloud Version (Trailer Buzz Pick – Eidos Montreal had something of a mis-step with its release of Marvel's Avengers, but that doesn't undo the developer's strong history with games in the Tomb Raider and Deus Ex franchises. The real questions here are: 1. Had Eidos Montreal learned from its mistakes in its release of Avengers, and 2. how much with the Nintendo Switch version being a “Cloud Version” hamper the gameplay? We'll find out the answer to those questions later in the month...
10/28/2021 – Fatal Frame: The Maiden of Black Water (Trailer Buzz Pick – The Fatal Frame series is beloved by fans of the horror genre, but Maiden of Black Water performed poorly on the Wii U, in part due to a limited release and lack of advertising, but also in part due to very mixed review – some critics thought the graphics were great, some thought they were terrible, some loved the controls, some hated them. Hopefully, a port to a more modern platform gives this game a chance to brush up on its weak spots while possibly adding something worthwhile in its new photo mode.
10/28/2021 – Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roard (Trailer Buzz Pick – This card-based RPG intrigued many when it was announced in the recent Nintendo Direct. It's being helmed by Yoko Taro, who's better-known for the Nier series, and while that series is well-loved, it's also clearly very different. It remains to be seen how well Yoko Taro's talents will transfer over to this game, but it certainly presents an interesting prospect.
10/29/2021 – Mario Party Superstars (Trailer – While many no doubt wish that Nintendo announced DLC for the prior Mario Party game rather than an all-new title, this new entry in the series looks promising, bringing back boards and minigames from classic N64 games in the series. Given that the previous series entry, Super Mario Party, got a 76 on Metacritic, there's little reason to doubt that this new(ish?) entry in the series will follow suit.
October 2021 – Brain Meltdown – Into Despair (Trailer – Brain Meltdown is a “Single-Player Co-Op Platformer” where one player controls two characters and tries to get them both safely across each of the game's challenging levels. This game has been available on Steam early access for nearly a year now, and initial reactions to it are overwhelmingly positive, with over 100 players giving the game a very positive 96% user review score.
Anyway, that's what I could find for October 2021 on the Switch, but no doubt some of you have specific games you've got your eye on this next month as well. Please feel free to give a shout out to any game you feel deserves attention! :-)
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2021.09.27 01:55 mylesrnussbaum Moving overseas next week for a new job. This is my favorite show of all time; about to do one final watch-through!

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2021.09.27 01:55 jktotten Ultimate 80s Dance Party 🎈 Revisit the original 1980s dance floor! This playlist is full of Extended Cuts, 12” Versions and Throwback Remixes of all your 80s dance club favourites! [Best enjoyed when played in sequence with a 6 second crossfade]

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2021.09.27 01:55 Only_Fix5572 Any one wanna do some dungeon runs?

Add me on Albion: 6feetsApart
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2021.09.27 01:55 yeyeyeue Persona 4 Golden was Absolutely Incredible... now what?

I just beat Persona 4 Golden for the first time, and it was spectacular. I knew it was going to be great, but it blew me away, and the characters along with the story were so incredible and I'm just beyond words. The Persona series is Amazing and I'm glad that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate opened my eyes to it because without the Fighters Pass introducing Joker, I probably wouldn't have found out my love for the series, and I'm really excited to see what Atlus does next. I loved Persona 5, but I feel that Persona 4 Golden just makes you feel more for the characters and the bonds you make through the game, which is something Persona 5 Doesn't do much, because at the end of P5, there isn't really that much payoff with the characters, so I'm glad I could play this beautiful, well-made, journey of a game that is Persona 4 Golden. I would go on but I'm bad with words and I would just end up repeating myself so now I pose the question... What next?
Should I continue the persona 4 games and play Arena then Dancing, or play Persona 3 FES? This decision is made harder because I don't want to play something that might be ported to PC soon, but I don't want to hold out a few months either, so that's why I'm asking, and instead of having to read comments, I'll attach a poll, but I'd still love to read you guy's feedback, so post away in the comments.
View Poll
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2021.09.27 01:55 MajikButton I’m apart of the mega man community now I think

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2021.09.27 01:55 420sudz Waiting 6+ months now for an order from Toronto Gold Bullion.. doesn’t answer calls or emails. Paying them a visit in store on Monday. 4+ hour drive.

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2021.09.27 01:55 Smokeybearvii When a small bag of “Penny Candy” is actually $5 after tax..

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2021.09.27 01:55 boilerbum19 Quick PSA

There will be two alarms going off around campus this Saturday 10/2
8am - The Boilermaker Special Wake-Up Call
11am- Monthly tornado practice sirens
So basically get a good night rest Thursday night lol
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2021.09.27 01:55 smokinjo03 My dad, who I’ve always thought was the coolest man ever. 1975.

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2021.09.27 01:55 cdegallo Granularity of viewing SpO2 data is very disappointing, unless I'm not looking in the right place(s). Also, despite stress set to measure continuously, I see no SpO2 values that aren't from sleep

I can see the SpO2 graph from sleep, but it's a ridiculously tiny plot that you can't tap on to drill into, you can't expand it, and there is basically nothing you can do to see actual numbers at all (aside from gauging against the tiny y-axis). Like this: https://i.imgur.com/WA33rfn.jpg
And looking in the actual Blood Oxygen section in Samsung health, you can see the day's vertical bar that shows the span of measurements, but if you tap on that, all it shows under 'Today' is just a "water drop" with the ranges measured, like this: https://i.imgur.com/rojudGs.jpg
I was hoping to see something like in the heart rate section where you can see the time vs value like the "continuous" view, and then scroll your finger among the graph to see what the individual values are.
Is there a section or view in missing for SpO2 to get this sort of view, or is it that limited at this time?
Also, despite stress (with SpO2 supposed to be measures) set to continuous measurement, I don't see any automatic SpO2 values that aren't from sleep. It's this how it is for everyone else?
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2021.09.27 01:55 bolowvcxhgsfv Huge cat lover so I had to wear it!🥰

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2021.09.27 01:55 floranfauna90 Repost: starter help

Reposting bc I didn’t get any responses. I am making a sourdough starter for the second time. The first time was successful and I baked a nice loaf after feeding on day 7. Now I am on day 9 and there’s little to no bubbles or growth at all after feedings. It doesnt rise at all past my rubber band marker. I did the same recipe both times, that I got from a Redditor on this sub. 50g water 50g whole wheat flour day 1-2, day 3+ daily discard half, then add 100g each water and flour. What am I doing wrong? Why isn’t there any growth this time? Do I keep going or call it quits on this one? Thanks a lot
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2021.09.27 01:54 wolfheadtv TIL There’s a band named Wabbajack

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2021.09.27 01:54 Earth_Urn Turtlenecks and Chevrons

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2021.09.27 01:54 e0nblue [WTS] Grand Seiko SGBA211 Snowflake

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2021.09.27 01:54 prawnbiryani 💗☁🍦🌸🧁🤍🦩

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2021.09.27 01:54 Plastic-Short Lookah seahorse

Does anyone own a seahorse you mine came w two tips one foam and the some another tip that isn’t but the foam one stopped working and they burn so fast am I incorrectly using the tips and also they clog so easy any tips on how to use
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2021.09.27 01:54 tiedyesunflowers08 i’m afraid to seek for a diagnosis

currently 17, will be 18 in April of next year. currently seeing a psychiatrist for my depression and anxiety, in which she didn’t even diagnose me with. i was only diagnosed with anxiety but not depression however it was obvious that i had depression. i wish my mom wasn’t in every meeting with me. i wish i can speak up on my own about my own struggles without having my mom to observe since she thinks i’m a hypochondriac. i’m always never near her or ever home and never show her interests. i’m my only witness. i hate how she depends everything on my mom.
i used to go to speech therapy as a child, therapist wanted my mom to seek me getting diagnosed with Aspergers at 7-8 years old. my mom never took me since i think she never believed her.
i never follow directions clearly because no one tells me what to do. i don’t observe the best. so, i hate the feeling of being underestimated when it comes to responsibility but at the same time i have no fucking excuse for it and i’m treated like shit because i’m too dumb to follow directions according to everyone. even as a kid they had to do auditory tests to see if i had a hard time hearing. WHY IS IT SO HARD TO GET DIAGNOSED. why can’t anyone believe me when i say i may have autism, instead i’m faking it for a trend.
i wish i could listen to directions clearly. i wish people didn’t underestimate me due to that reason. i wish i could multitask. i also wish people didn’t help me with things i know how to do just because they underestimate me. instead people just think i’m dumb.
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2021.09.27 01:54 RichardCranium133 I love exploring Mt. Hood!

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2021.09.27 01:54 Munkey323 Today's obscure goodwill finds. At such a low price I couldn't pass them up.

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2021.09.27 01:54 DoctorSusanCalvin overview for Upper-Flow-1797

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2021.09.27 01:54 theallrounder360 WSIB Enjoyable melee focused combat game that's not too complicated (preferably open world)

Hi all, I've been really craving a game with some satisfying melee combat (preferably with some extra side combat tools: a bow, magic etc...), Don't really want bullet sponges, and don't want totally huge battles, I'd like it to be have a focus on (think of Jedi fallen order's combat for what I like). linear is fine, but I am a bit more into less lineaopen world stuff. A big thing for me that's hard to describe, is that I really want an adventure that I can really just sit down and enjoy, doesn't have to be easy or anything, just no really complicated RPGs, games that focus on hard as nails difficulty (like dark souls), or games that have kinda stiff/realistic feeling movement like Horizon or RDR2. The last thing is that, how a game introduces its mechanics is really important to me, I like stuff to be gradually introduced in some way and not just thrown at me, I think games like dishonored do this very well for example, and a game I feel doesn't, is Assassin's Creed Unity. PS4, XBOX ONE, or PC all work. This was a bit of a rambling post so thanks so much in advance!
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2021.09.27 01:54 ronzooo_ Alien Photoshop manipulation

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