Fang Talks

bunch of milk-drinkers

Since I have tomorrow off, I’ve already completed half of this second exam week.

Monday started out early (getting up at 6 AM, which needs to be the case for all days this week (except tomorrow, y’know)), but I wasn’t too tired. The holiday had filled my internal battery to the brim, so nothing could pull me down. Went to school, took that day’s Java test, and went back home again, spending more time on the train than at school. It went pretty well, for a test I didn’t study for, at all. (Granted, we get these “cheat sheets” handed to us, which pretty much contain everything you need to know.)

Today was a day of similar buildup. Went to school, rushed through a multiple-choice Linux test which was more of a Bash exam, but hey. Went home, did some stuff, went to a friend, softmodded his Wii, played Assassin’s Creed III (half-review possibly coming up?), went home, ate lasagna, and we don’t really care about this anyway.

So I flipped my shit over the next generation of Pokemon (more on that later as well?), got a reasonable amount of work on various projects done, and then I get a text from a pal of school. She got her grade. So I check my results online, and there it is, the grade for that Java exam from Monday.
9.6. Didn’t even break a sweat.

Baby-tier education? Not sure, but quite possible.
~ Fang


  • 09/01/2013 (7:45 AM)

    I don’t even want to look at the new Pokemon. I’ve heard good things about it but I’ll pass. I haven’t touched them since yellow.

  • 09/01/2013 (1:28 AM)

    You went home at lasagna? Are you a wizard? Though well done on passing the exam with such a good score. I’m not sure if it’s baby tier education, or just something that you already know. Wait a while before thinking it’s too easy. Although, of course, it could actually be too easy.

    • 09/01/2013 (1:42 AM)

      Yeah man. I go to wizard school for that. Levitation class starts at 29:315 so I have to set my alarm clock to cinnamon.

Post a comment

Your email will stay hidden, required field are marked with a *.

Experimental anti-spam. You only have to do this once. (Hint: it's "Fang")