My internet.

The internet is a wonderful thing. Having wifi is the most convenient thing too. You can set up your device to pick up the signal and then browse pages and do internet things without even needing a plug.

The sad reality of my internet sucks!

University internet connections are very confusing and tend to make it almost impossible to do certain things. Depending, on what you’re wanting to accomplish, you may or may not have a horrible time setting up your internet.

To play video games online with my friends, I need to connect to a VPN client. Which is fine if it worked but even with that client, I still can’t always connect to certain hosted servers and I can’t go on my facebook chat. It. Just. Doesn’t. Make. Sense.

I looked up every single possible way to get it to work but I can’t. Instead, I’m stuck for a whole year in a place where I can’t play video games very efficiently. That last statement makes me upset. If I would have had an actual cable that I could use to access the internet, there wouldn’t have been any problems. So basically, no more Terraria (even though I got it while I am living here so I never even started to play it) or Garry’s Mod : Trouble in Terrorist town.

And to make matters worse, this summer I bought myself a 3DS and I love it but I CAN’T CONNECT TO THE INTERNET WITH IT! There is absolutely no way for me to get the 3DS to recognize the connection.

But enough about that rant. If I keep talking about it, I will never get over it haha.

At least now you see my dilemma.

I also feel much better now that I talked about it. Thank you WordPress for being there for me.

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