Reddit user MiniBT recently graduated. From what, exactly? High school? Four-year college? Master's program? The shroud of mystery shall forever hang above this tale of gamers in love! Where was I? Oh yeah! So he has this girlfriend who decided to surprise him with a custom Final Fantasy-themed clock. Ta-da!
What I'm most surprised by, actually, is that the Final Fantasy series is so traditional in its numbering scheme that such a gift is possible. In another couple of decades, we may have enough sequels to make a 24-hour clock a reality.
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