1. cache /kaSH/ noun: an information technology for the temporary storage (caching) of Web documents, such as Web pages, images, and other types of Web multimedia, to reduce server lag. I still have not healed from the emotional trauma that this incident has brought upon me. But I feel the need...
  2. We've previously established in dad-blogs that my father loves birds. Like, birds bring him utter joy. To the point where he yoinked one out of a parking lot and brought it home and turned it into a pet. That, in his complete excitement at finally owning a bird for himself, he struggled through...
  3. I think, if you told the world's population a year ago that we'd all be stuck at home, unable to go outside unless it was for short walks or essential shopping, you'd get laughed off as some nutjob spewing 4chan-tier doomsday speak. And yet, here we are. Speaking of a year ago, exactly 365...
  4. Hello British people and dad-blog enjoyers. I’ve got a blog that both of you can enjoy especially, today. As most of you probably know, your President prime minister thingy guy just announced that the UK is on lockdown. So, mildly bored and wanting to keep my dad informed, I decided to tell him....
  5. The last memoirs of the only remaining sane person in an insane family For about a month now, or a few weeks, or days—time has become meaningless in a vast vapid variety of virus fears—my mom has been certain that the coronavirus is coming to end all life on earth. No, really At some point,...
  6. hi, i don't think we've met. my name is chary and i barely use this site. this is a blog of tiny details regarding myself, so like, you better agree or i'll ban u thanks i don't support anything, because things are heavy and i have terrible upper body strength i think theft is okay but only...
  7. When 2009 clocked over to 2010, which feels oh so long ago, I was 13 years old. 8th grade was almost over, high school was just a few months away, and little me had no idea what the future held. To be honest, back then, I was pretty surprised that I would have a future. In October of 2009, I'd...
  8. So, like, a good three years ago, I made a blog about my top favorite games of all time. Three years feels like forever ago, and I feel like a heck of a lot has changed--perhaps even my taste in video games. For the sake of keeping track, I thought I'd make a blog about my top 25 games once...
  9. I've been waiting to post a dad blog, hoping for my dad to once more do something quirky and adorably enjoyable. My patience was rewarded today, in a small, but amusing incident following Thanksgiving. It all began, this morning. Where my dad walked up to me randomly, and eloquently said, "It...
  10. So it’s October 1st. Normally a day I don’t really pay attention to, except, a little glowing cake symbol alerted me to the fact that today’s my seventh anniversary on this site. That’s pretty amazing. When I first joined, I thought I’d just mostly lurk around the site. Maybe potentially...
  11. So, it’s finally time for another entry in the never-ending chronicles of my dad. For the past few weeks, I’ve been wondering, waiting, for material to use in a new blog about my dad. Usually, he does or says enough things to create a fun blog, but as of late, there hadn’t been much to go off....
  12. While attempting to request more hardware for GBAtemp's review center, I found myself contacting a company in hopes of getting a review unit of something pretty cool. After a few days of waiting, I got a response. And it has haunted me, leaving me constantly thinking about it. In the deepest...
  13. As I was sleeping oh so peacefully in my warm and comfortable bed, I found myself jolted awake by my father. He had a grand plan in mind, today. After being embarrassed by his friends over having an ID card that was expired, he felt it was finally time to renew his ID. My dad proudly waived his...
  14. Here we are once more, with a blog about my dad. It's been a good while since the last one, but I've collected little things he says here and there in order to make a short blog about the quirky things he's been saying lately. Me: So this is a game that has both Sonic and Pikachu! Your...
  15. When it comes to upper arm strength, anyone who's met me would say without a doubt that I have "negative arm muscles". That's fine, really. I've considered working out, maybe trying to have some semblance of upper body power, but I've never followed through. Add that to the fact that I'm already...