By the way I'll write in different sections now because I'm slowly trying to learn how to love the Tag/Label function for those who didn't want to read about stuff they aren't interested in. So you can scroll down to skip uninteresting titles like a good IGN walkthrough would, but I think you'd miss some of the juicy sarcasm that way...........tehehehe.
My Animations batch just did a 'placing' (a local slang for 'just being there for the lulz'). We didn't volunteer, raise our hands or anything. We're not killjoys. We're not spoiling the fun for anyone. We're just giving way to people who crave for the spotlight because honestly, we don't need it. Getting to know seniors and juniors? If its beneficial to us we've done that or will be doing it on our own... for now let's just get the show on without us.
There's a huge difference in cultures at different countries when it comes to colleges, but if I were to stoop a little low and stereotype, I'm one of the geeks/nerds despite my hotness (I'm pushing it aren't I? XD) and the fact that I'm a parkour practitioner. And so does my close classmates. I failed to see the importance in social functions and glamorous evening dresses.
Another compulsory for all Creative Media students thing they've (the seniors) been pushing everyone to do is a "photography talk" by someone or a group called "Kuku Besi (lit: Dictators (omnomnom irony)). Seriously, a compulsory photography talk. Am I being a cynic or does that just reek another irony? It seemed that being in the Creative Media students, knowing how to play with a DSLR is like knowing how to start a fire in a tropical jungle, or shootlazerspewpewpewshoopdawoopblargh.
Statement 1: Justin Bieber is cool to X
Statement 2: X's friends also think Justin Bieber is cool
Conclusion: X thinks everyone thinks Justin Bieber is cool
| BLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHH! !!!!
Die. DIE. :3