Anyway, we sat around awkwardly for a few minutes before we decided to practice our reverse juggling; something we've been working on at school. I don't think it's actually called "reverse juggling", but that's pretty much what it is. We use three racquetball balls (yeah, yeah. What are you, the rendundancy police?) and bounce them on the ground in a juggling motion. Here's a video of it: Right here. Click it. Click it now!
My friend is a lot better at it than I am. His best is 236 bounces, where as my best is maybe 25. I know. It's been established that I'm pathetic. Why do I need this? Well, for your information, I'm proud of my JN (Jug Number), so take a hike, pal.
The only problem (rephrase: one of the many... many... problems) was that, because my house is old (it was built in the 1860s, suckaaaas!), the floor isn't level. Sooooo... yeah...
After a while of that, we decided to play Minecraft. He had brought his laptop and I had my... mother's laptop. See paragraph three, sentence four. He has a world on his Minecraft called Blackbeardtopia, and whenever we play together, he opens it to LAN and I connect to it and we play in the same world on different computers and this sounds really confusing if you've never done it before.
I said that I connect to the world. What I meant was that I try. It doesn't always work.
I've only tried two times, and it's only worked once (not today).