The Crammerhead Shark
Being subversive to academics for-academics’-sake could earn me a hammer whack from my neurotic parents. Tepid moments call for escapism— no thanks to the Internet because I need rejuvenation: a round trip from heaven to hell and then back to Earth.
The immortal Macroeconomics guru John Maynard Keynes has been my ruining my life. I hoped that Econ 100.1 gets me somewhere else beyond a whopping grade of three. And seriously, I am not interested with this subject.
Okay, so I’m done with my Econ exam. Other more important (and more bloodcurdling) things await me after I blog this. Durkheim, McQuail, and Littlejohn are invading my room! This is courtesy of life with Stresstabs and 12 am sleeping time eveeeeerrrryyy night. Consider the doom of writing papers, oral reports in class, making a print ad that would earn me a satisfactory midterm grade on a consecutive route… just when people ask, how’s it going? Terrible, I reply.
Of course, I don’t hate studying. Or at least, I’m just beginning to like it. I believe that procrastinations bear effects. That is efficient procrastinating, I suppose.
PROCRASTINATION TOTAL EFFECTS (try it now for free!):
1. low grades
5. eye bags
Question: Why po people keep visiting my CENSORED page?! WTF. For your information, it’s just some Journ151 notes exclusive for my groupmates. Lol.