Fine. Whatever. There'll still be a white one left over, that I'm keeping. Once again though, that's a perfect example of something that makes me want to break down her door and do something unmentionable to her. How, outside of being in my room, did she know they were there? Sure, proving she was in there is not at all difficult anymore (just saying that she was is all that's necessary), but still.
Feh. Some sort of new bedsheets are one of the things I planned on getting off of eBay next, but I'd at least like to see $4,500 in my bank account before I do anymore big spending. At this point, I'm just using Mom's for things that aren't really important either. My bottom bunk looks like a tent, suffice to say, and the blankets draped down along all sides of it have to come from somewhere :3
But other main thing: The Stolen Turnabout has been completed. It's still sort of confusing though. Who is the "real" Mask*DeMasque? DeLite, I would think, because he started "being him", but why, outside of having an alibi for the night of the murder, would Atmey say he was too? Rather unsatisfactory ending as well though. You more or less knew who the real murderer was halfway through the final court session, and from then on had to do nothing but find evidence to prove it. It'd be nice if there was just some option to say "Here's who I think the real culprit is", then have to present however many pieces of evidence to back up your claim / answer questions. I suppose that'd take all the fun out of it though, and it'd only really be usable during the last day of the trial.
"Recipe for Turnabout" has an interesting beginning cutscene, so far. It was sort of creepy, laying up in bed in complete darkness (aside from the light coming from my DS, of course), and watching the thing where it suddenly turns "negative", then slides over to reveal someone else standing there. Someone whose hair looks suspiciously like Chief Gant's, but he should still be in jail. Meh. Might as well at least start the case to see who's involved in it.