I hate how people come into the computer lab at university and then complain loudly about how they need to pass an exam whilst not talking whatsoever about exam content.
No. I actually love this. I love the complete and utter bullshit that I get to hear right now.
Shut up you annoying assholes!
Well, now that I’ve got that out of the way, it seems that they’ve now all gone quiet which now seems to mean that I can get a little bit more work done.
What work is that?
Well, the almighty cram has once more reared its head and is making sure that I get to some stage of knowledge that will allow me to somehow bluff my way through an exam tomorrow.
No word on other things that need to be taken care of, unfortunately.
I’m sure that they’ll come a it later on in the day when I reach a point of panic that overrides everything that could account for reasonability.
Still feeling ill. Heating up and cooling down and having liquids come out of my nose, but thankfully no powders going up.
Couldn’t ruing my schnoz chamber with that kind of illicit behaviour.
It appears that there will be a tutorial being run in the computer lab today and that’s alright, although I wish it was on another day and not today as I’d much prefer the quiet to what I’m getting to hear at the current moment.
However, I imagine that it will be one that is fleeting and hopefully that is correct.
There’s too much noise in here at the moment, but that is something that I guess I’ll need to put up with as today is a busy day for many involved I imagine.
There are worse things to worry about out there, I guess.
Cannot focus unless I get to a point of focusing.
Wait, what does that…
I don’t even know anymore.
Or do I?
Oh. Here comes the gibberish.
So I’m here to dusty and I thought it would be quiet but I didn’t account for a tutorial being hosted today as it’s the last week before the exam period begins.
Still, I’m sure that I can get through some stuff and then get toward some sort of end that leads to something else and so on.
I think I just want the semester to be over and being ill has left me feeling grouchy and therefore I’m a little more irritable today.
Them’s the breaks, as they say.
On the plus side, I’m here and it’s warm and I could be lying in bed, trying to stop procrastinating, although this is a form of procrastinating, now that I think about it, although hasn’t that always been what it has been?
I just wish that the young fools would shut up and focus on their work.
I don’t want to hear them talking about their irrelevant things that they treat as the most important things in the world.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 06:54:24
Decent speed but probably could have been faster.
I think that being ill is a massive enabler for writing (sometimes), but I’ve dropped the ball on this one.
I do like that I became calmer (kind of) as the writing progressed.
Written at UNSW.