Wednesday, 11 November 2009
03:15:00 AM (GMT)
Today on Combined Math (Lame translation by me. XD Class A and B students are mixed
on one class and it's called "Combined Class".), our teacher just talked about his
middle school life. He told us we should really study since the last 120 days left
before our High School entrance exam will pass by fast without us noticing it. He
(softly) lectured us like that for about 5 minutes and the topic suddenly changed.
He said that he was afraid of studying late at night because a ghost might appear or
something like that. (Most of my classmates study at about 10.) And if he does
study at about 10 or 11, he would bring his dog by his side and turn on the TV so
that there wouldn't be silence. Now, the main cause of his...phobia, is because one
time, he heard a poster talk.
He said that the poster said "sai"...
That was the root cause of it. But the sound could've been...something, but not THE
POSTER! omg. >_<
And then, he brought the topic about Math back, saying that ALL OF US should be able
to solve the FIRST Math problem on the test paper. (The first one is always easy...)
But after he said that, a towel fell off from the...hanger...and everyone laughed.
I don't know if you know what it means when something falls after someone said
something but I'm still gonna explain.
If someone says, "I'll SURELY get a 100 on Science!" and something suddenly falls, it
means that what that person said wouldn't come true. XD It's like bad luck...or
expressing that the people who heard what that person said has disagreed with him...
And, OH MY GOSH! I've found a big fly (who can't fly) under the desk! >_<
But anyway, after that, the teacher picked up the towel and the towel was...from the
Jack Amity Parlor on our town? XD I don't know what's the deal about that parlor but
people started freaking out saying "who went there!?" and "you're not allowed to go
there!!!" and shizz. But I'll just leave that as it is.
EDIT: Fixed missing words... XD And made it more clearer. (?)
Last edited: 12 November 2009