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Not a positive week for me

Application for affiliation with Nekonette is re-opened! Yay! So I’ll be accepting new applications now. However, I’ll be somewhat picky compared to the last time because this time I am looking for friends. I suppose you know what that means, yeah?

I don’t know how many times I should be editing this post. I seem to have endless things to add in. Anyway, to all those who are applying to be Nekonette‘s affiliates, please use the application form instead, not the tagboard. The tagboard is for short messages only and not for requests/comments on the blog posts/etc.

Anyway, so far this week has been a tiring and disappointing one. On Tuesday I had my Geography presentation and despite the positive comments that I received from my fellow classmates, I got a C for it. The reason for that crappy grade was because I did the wrong thing. Otherwise I could’ve gotten an A for it. Urghhh!

And for the past 2 days I had been spending my afternoon at the National Archive. The reason being I need to study some of the old documents for my History project. It was a boring thing to do (I know I shouldn’t be saying this) because the moment I looked at the old documents, my mind simply switched off by itself and I was merely skimming through the pages. Bad bad Kitty. 😛

On top of that, I am currently suffering from mild cough and running nose. Ugh, I hate it so much. *stop reading this if you find it disgusting* Not only I find it hard to breathe with blocked nose, but I also have to make sure the snot is not coming out of my nose. Ewww.

WordPress 2.8.5 is out but I am not going to upgrade mine due to the several bad past experiences. Plus I’m happy enough with the current version.

On a totally different note, I find it hard to reason with some people in my university (this refers to the students, not the lecturers). Close-minded idiots who could not accept other people’s views. Their self-ego is unbelievably huge and is impossible to break. These people usually try to justify their actions by hiding behind our national philosophy. For example, they refuse to learn English because according to them, “We are Malays and our mother tongue is Malay. So why do we need to learn foreign languages?” I was reeling from shock 😯 when I heard the answer. I could give them a million answers for that but, being the nice (or mean) person I am, I decided to leave these people in their own ignorance. Tsk.. sappy and pathetic.

Apparently the effect that Western education had on some people can take a negative course as well. There was this girl in my tutorial class. I’ve never seen her before, and that’s because she never turned up for class. Anyway, it was clear to me that this girl received some Western education and quite possibly had some experience studying in the West. Unfortunately, with all her education (and knowledge), she thinks she is superior compared to everyone so she makes it an excuse to act snobbish. She even dared to be rude towards our lecturer. That was low, I have to say. I have no qualms whatsoever to call her a bitch, because she simply is. It is people like her that give Western education a bad name. She definitely possesses a good command of English and I commend her for that but that doesn’t give her the right to be an obnoxious babbling moron.

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