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#1 Edited by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

Hey so I got a Switch at launch and just recently have been trying to connect it to the internet so I can play Mario Kart online (have not needed to connect since now since what else would I play online lol). My router is not that far from the switch but there are walls in between. My PS4 and Xbox and everything else connect fine, but the switch can barely stay connected to people and often has trouble downloading updates unless I move it into the same room as the router.

So my question is, does the Switch just have notoriously shitty connection or is there a fix that people have found? Thanks.

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#2 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

La la Land and Rogue One were absolutely amazing. Didn't really feel too strong about much else this year.

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#3 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

Weed, Ska, Skate4, and Grappling Hooks

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#4 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

These interviews with Phil and Giant Bomb are always great. It really sheds a great light about his vision for Xbox and how he truly is just a realistic, awesome dude. Xbox is in great hands with Phil in charge.

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#6 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

So my friend wants me to introduce them to the best "American" snacks, the unhealthier the better. I know that the ever so popular oreos in nacho cheese will be on the menu. What other great, unhealthy snacks should I bring? (Note: it doesn't have to be a heart attack waiting to happy like nacho oreos...)

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#7 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

@dan_citi: @mezza: Thanks for the advice, definitely a lot of stuff here to think about (also high five to the other marathon runner here! :D)

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#8 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

@thekramer89: I mean I guess I consider myself like mostly goofy, lighthearted. We are at the age now where there aren't really like "cool" kids or not. And obviously I think she is attractive, and I think I look good lol (I am in shape, run marathons etc). And if I am being honest, I never have asked her what she thinks of her current boyfriend, but as I said before, I think she mostly wants to marry now to be able to travel back and forth.

And I think your casual comment might actually be a good idea. I think it fits into how we have talked so far, keeping things light. I will think about that some more, since I was originally thinking of a heartfelt way to say it. Thanks for the comment.

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#9 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

@johnlocke: Thanks for the advice, I will keep them in consideration as I think a little more.

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#10 Posted by NoobSauceG7 (1390 posts) -

@noobsauceg7 said:

@quid_pro_bono: I know, and that's honestly what I am afraid of the most. I don't want to lose her as a friend. But I do want to just tell her what has been bottled up inside of me, for my own sake.

Edit: I don't want to tell her because I am expecting her to break up with her boyfriend and to start going out with me, I mostly just want to tell her so I can feel good or at least start to feel better. Sorry, I just wanted to make this clear.

I don't mean to sound harsh or like a dick, but that's extremely selfish of you. It's not her fault that you are infatuated with her, and it's not her responsibility to shoulder the burden of this so you can feel better. You're going to need to learn how to move past things like this or life will not be kind to you, man.

Yeah obviously it's not her fault. But like what else should I do? Keep it bottled up for like 6 more months? For a little bit, I tried to just move on and forget her, but idk it didn't work.