As a lot of you know, I'm a Candy Crush player. I've been called an addict. If I were an addict I would replay all the levels to either get my Candy Crush high or to just satisfy my craving. I beat the board again. A second time. Last time I beat the board, I had a day of no Candy Crush and they added new levels. This time, I'm afraid the wait will be for a few more weeks. I play Candy Crush primarily when I wake and also when I go to bed.
Candy Crush helps me especially when I wake up because as I'm barely able to process information I throw colored candies and combinations to my brain and before I know it, my brain can process other stuff too. This morning I woke up and realized that I had beat the board and there's no more brain processing to throw at it. One could argue that I could have played an earlier level to help me wake up but that's the thing though. It can get boring. I only played to finish the levels. I don't know why, but I feel like I have embarked on this journey and might as well finish it. Besides, I don't play any other "games" on my phone so this is my only clutch. Towards the end, I was just going through the motions. I knew how to defeat the board, I just needed the candies to do it and it all depended on programming of the game when it was going to let me through.
Now that I'm out, I don't really want to play the old levels. There's no point for me. Go ahead and beat my score. See if I care! Should I get a new game to wake me up? Do I need a new addiction? I do not know. Perhaps, I can just use this as an experiment and see how I do. Today was a miserable fail with waking up and being at work on time. Thank God I'm the boss. Maybe tomorrow will be better.
Don't feel sorry for my pathetic Candy Crush self. It's just something stupid I do. We all have our little idiosyncrasies and this would be mine. I know this is not a thought provoking blog, but it's just a light reading cheesy fun type blog. I'm trying to mix it all up.
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