If it weren’t for the extra NON-COMPULSORY Chinese homework, I would have just finished ALL of my holidays homework, bar printing out and sticking on.
I realized that I do homework and study better when my parents are NOT around to supervise. When they are around, I’d do maybe 3 maths questions before giving up and setting it aside. But today, they both went out to the city to meet a friend and celebrate Chinese New Year, and I went and finished 3 exercises in Maths without taking a single break (even to pee. That was a small mistake. I’ll pee next time).
Anyway, I’m just wondering on how to break it to them.
“I’m sorry, it’s not you, it’s me. Well, I guess it is you. But I don’t know why! I’m just as confused as you are.”
“We just can’t be together when studying is involved. I think it’s better for the both of us.”
“Look, I’m gonna be home late. I got a lot of studying to do. Don’t wait up.”
“I’m studying with someone else.”
Happy CNY to all you Asians, and Aussie Day to all you Aussies. I don’t know, either the shit can really go down with the racist things, or we might have one of the best CNY/AD ever because everyone would just be partying.
Aussie Aussie Aussie! Oi Oi Oi!
Keep Cool (and studying hard. All. Night. Long.)
““I’m sorry, it’s not you, it’s me.”
“I think it’s better for the both of us.”
Happy Lunar New Year and Australia Day to you too.
Oh, and happy studying 😀
nice post, thanks for sharing & happy Australia day .. peace from bondi
Once I was about to go to bed but then I procrastinated instead. Which then resulted in me turning on the TV and the first thing I saw was the word ‘procrastination’. It turned out to be an arty short film on SBS.