I am a delinquent, I don’t deny that. I only study the night before the exam; sometimes, I don’t study at all — relying on minimal logic to pass my exams. haha! I don’t do my homework; I solve the problem the moment I’m called to show my homework and discuss it in class. :)) I don’t listen when the topic bores me; in fact my notebook is full of drawings and senseless scribbles. I don’t participate in class discussions either; unless it’s a graded recitation. And my books are as good a new after the semester has ended. I go to school merely for compliance — compliance with minimum requirements that is; to pass my exams and get the required attendance — and in the end being regarded as an insult to my studious classmates. :)) oh, I also watch anime  while a boring professor who’s not worthy of my respect is blabbering in front. >:]

Two things, I’m one hell of a delinquent and school is so damn boring for me. I mean, dealing with numbers the whole day and listening to incoherent lectures, who won’t get bored?

But maybe school would be much more exciting for me should it be like this:


A test from a Japanese “English” class, strangely includes atypical names that would only be familiar to fans of Code Geass and Gundam 00." Source: Sankaku

AHAHAHA! Should school be like that always, I would not be a delinquent. yosh! XDDD Imagine using your favorite characters or anime in explaining mind-cracking notions and seeing names and anime puns in your homework… :3 I used this once in one of my talks [yes, I do speeches and I used to teach leadership to my kohais]; I think I used Luffy in one of my examples of what a leader should be. XD I can never forget how their faces lightened up after hearing me talk about Luffy. XD To hell with John Maxwell’s example, they could not possibly relate to someone they never heard of.  :))

Now, if you’re thinking of how a delinquent like me be qualified to teach leadership to kids, don’t ask; it’s a long story. X)

I’ve observed the worst and best of Philippine education and I’m glad that teachers today are flexible and they try their hard to get eveyrone interested in what they’re teaching, and anime-ification of school can be quite an interesting way of achieving this. XDDD

That’s what I did for the whole day. I was [supposed to be] studying half of a 800-page fucking book with nothing but accounting shits on it just for one freaky exam. I’m cursed. >.> oh, not to mention the pile of readings and journal articles that we didn’t even discuss in class. I can see hell now.

waahhhh!!! This is the end… ;_; the end of my two-week Christmas break. I want it back; I want to turn back time!!! *despair*

And, God, it’s freaking cold today. brrr… makes me even lazier. XDDD

Yay! its Christmas break desu!

Yay! it's Christmas break desu!

yeah, it’s Christmas break finally, after two weeks of exams and near public humiliation. why public humiliation you say? well, I’m enrolled in a subject wherein they train us in finance for the FINEX Intercollegiate Finance Competition and IRC. and what is the best way to ready us for the competition, to make us go through the competition itself — just a mock competition BTW. But what’s so terrible about this idea is that everyone watching, the professors and the students, witnesses every mistake — foolish mistake at that, when everyone got the question right and only you raised the wrong letter — that you commit. I did well in preventing myself publicly humiliated, at least. XDDD I’m not really after the glory of being chosen for the FINEX contest. I only enrolled in the advance finance class just to learn finance and that’s it. well that’s finished. and now it’s all free days ahead. fuuuu~

But that’s two weeks of excessive mental activity~ so I’m still like this:

In other words, bangag.

In other words, "bangag."