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Thursday, August 07, 2008

Life as A Student



I swear that the picture isn't taken in black and white,it IS this dark. BTW,my camera is a 3.2mega pixel,and plus it's daytime,why the hell do I need night mode to show you how "bright and clear" a dark sky could be?
Just read someone's post online,that he/she is wondering how could Xiaxue's blog be kept as one of the 100 blogs to be preserved so that the future generation can look back and see our history or whatever heritage thing. Anyway,I do agree that her blog is something like a girl's life all about shopping,hanging out and friends around us. But glamorous? No way. To me,she's just a bimbo,airhead with no IQ at all. Maybe EQ,EQ about how to put on your fake eye lashes. Anyway,the NLB is probably keeping her blog as a typical girl's life in singapore. Well,what about students? Anyone interested to hear?

Us lugging a bag of 10kg textbooks to school?
Imagine those who takes one hour travel time to school,like me? It's not funny to see people with heavy bags dashing/sprinting a 100m just to catch a bus okay?
*puff puff*
Plus it's like if we miss that certain bus,we'll be late. And hey,reader's digest told parents who are reading it to take note of their kid's school bag,that it shouldn't weigh more than 1/4 of their kid's weight. How about us? Maybe because we're teenagers growing up and whom constantly thinks that our 50kg++ weight is super heavy and needs to go on a diet. Anyway,back to our bags. What is in our bags? Books lah. Has anyone given a thought about our A Math textbook? Those are what I call killer books. Because you see,it's 2 & 1/2 inch thick,and maybe 1.5kg heavy.
Sigh,i miss primary school days,where your math textbook is probably thick like 1cm only.
And now,with our KILLER A Math textbook,we see an ant running across our table,we can go "BANG!"(and the dirt is gone! haha,this commercial about detergent) and the ant lie flat and dead on the table.

Or maybe half of it is stuck on your book.

And what about our primary school textbook? Well,you'd probably pick up that 1cm thick textbook/workbook and starts slamming it on the ant,it's probably still running around or already lost a limb or two,struggling to run away. And you probably go more wild and starts to slam a few ten more times before it truly lays dead on the table.
Poor little thing.

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