Fang Talks


Those who read yesterday’s post know that I’m a bit scared of next year, what with the whole going to a new school thing and whatnot.

It’s true, I really quite am. I am in no way looking forward to the next year of school. Entirely new place with entirely new people. That’s not a setting I very well thrive in. Some of you have said I’ll be fine since I’m very sociable and all, but that’s because I have great friends here. I have a feeling that making new ones isn’t going to be the easiest of tasks.

But first we have an awesome summer holiday coming up, including three weeks of home-alone and a trip to Sweden (hi Sophia)! And of course, not to forget the many time I’ll be hanging out with friends, having a great time. Might as well make these last few months count!

I think that may make the hit of “haha your friends are all over everywhere and you lost every-day contact” worse though. I mean sure, we’ll be emailing, chatting, and coming over to each other’s places often (or at least I plan to), but it’s just not going to be the same.

Ranted about this way too much before as well, so I’ll cut it off here. It’s just… it’s all so close now. It’s all so real all of a sudden.

Where the fuck are my lemons I could totally go for a lemonade right now.
~ Fang


  • 30/06/2012 (11:06 AM)

    You’re going to see Sophia? Say hello from me!

  • 30/06/2012 (12:24 AM)

    How do you think I feel? I officially have a room 2 and a half hours away from home, where I’ll be spending most of my time for the next 5 years.


  • 29/06/2012 (9:52 PM)

    Dude it’s actually better if you don’t go to their houses and see them as much anymore. It makes the time you do spend together more special :) Making new friends isn’t as easy as having awesome friends, but you’re a really cool guy, people will be dying to be your friend.

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