just noticed when prompted for your name at the start, if you type a last name too, everyone always uses your full name, not a biggie though, as guess that’d be hard to change this late
just after you choose jillian or mark for the project. "another one of your late nights with Mark, say, "Thanks for " *mark/he says
an option shortly after that scene. “I rather go home and work on the project” *I’d
whilst snooping around tyler’s desk drawers. "full of grooming items like toothbrush and toothpaste, " * a toothbrush/toothbrushes
during the first presentation. "Jillian introduces all the plants that Pharmacide’s (your company) has " don’t think the (your company) bit is necessary, but that’s just me . just because you mention that at the start of the story, so people should be paying attention lol.
when you go up to present. “You take a deep breathe” *breath
after presentation chose yes I did cheat, pulled mark aside then chased after him and chose both times not to apologise after that. "you find an email invite in your inbox. It’s for meeting scheduled " * a meeting
when working with alex if you choose to do something other than work, then the next day choose not to try harder, then choose my work will speak for itself. “You want to finish the project on time and with as little mistakes as possible” not a mistake, but for me would just flow better if it read “with as few mistakes as possible” but that’s just my opinion
after the workout session and dinner with tyler, back in the office. "so you come to work refreshed. What beverage do you want drink " * to drink
after anne caressed my knee and I chose to do nothing, too stunned after her and billy were on the patio. "I suppose that’s not too bad cosidering " * considering
at the trivia night, chose fashion as my subject area. “Towards the end of the night, the competition is really between you and another team. Towards the end of the night, the competition is really between you and another team” *repetition. straight after that. “You check out them out” *remove first out. again straight after that. "It’s a group of grad students who’s having a fun night out " *think it should be “who are” since it’s a group.