So...been here for quite a long time...what can I say? Good things are worth sticking around for.
Right now playing a lot of Nintendo 3DS. If not that, Wii U. If not that...a backlog of games on Steam...why do I even bother purchasing PC games anymore? hah!
If you would like to add me on 3DS or Wii U, let me know!
Right now, my biggest want is complete SNES games though I will trade anything and everything for...anything and everything that catches my eye. I am interested in everything: let me know if you want something and I WILL check your list and WILL respond. Biggest pet peeve is when people don't counter when I have many things from their wanted....if it's because I am from Canada, say something on your page so I can filter you so I don't see and bug you on matches (nothing personal). Speaking of which...yes...it is true: I am Canadian. Fear not though..I don't live in an igloo and shipping is super easy to and from me. Yeah, it's a couple dollars more than shipping just within the US and sure beavers tend to attack the postman/woman...but there's nothing to worry about. Just write CLEARLY on the envelope (even then I had someone send a game that ended up in the Cayman Islands, lol, go figure). If you're shipping a game the size of a DVD in width, standard bubble envelope is fine. If you send in a box, you will pay extra money. One other difference is you fill out a small customs sticker. Under description, just write used game. Under value, just write $10. And under the checkbox Gift...checkmark it. I've never had customs get in the way with myself and others doing that. Except that one time I received in the mail an arcade MVS machine...my goodness, in hindsight I regret that...but it was really cool at the time.
Anyways, look forward to trading, have a good one!
If any of the guys or women are planning to become dental hygienists in Canada or US, or if you know anyone who is planning to, my girlfriend does weekly lessons/tutoring for this if you require help. In Canada, it also extends to dental assisting. Thanks.