vectors and scalars
i think i broke my alarm clock.
it hasn’t rang for the past two days after i dropped it.
i mean, it worked perfectly fine after i dropped it from the top bunk of a bunk bed.
granted, i couldn’t find it, but all i had to do was wait for eight o’ clock for the alarm to ring.
so luckily i woke up five minutes after the time i set the alarm for.
okay, enough about my unfortunate alarm clock.
today was boring, except for watching ponyo. and lisa is such a ‘hax’ driver, as someone so aptly put it. she manages to outdrive several tsunamis, just when they’re about to hit the car, and she drifts everytime she turns a corner (although i don’t think it was intentional) like a pro stunt driver.
last period of the day, science, weighing coins! so after school, we some of us were rechecking the olympiad training sheet, and then the teacher in charge of organising it tells us our tutor is here, so off we go, when we were meant to start next week.
half the class wasn’t there, as we didn’t know, so it was just me and ten other guys in a physics class for one and a half hours. the teacher in charge was calling the roll, and every time he called out a girl’s name he looked at me. then he says to the tutor: “i’ll leave you here with the class and the girl. no sexism of course. haha.” i sat with chris gu, alex yip and richard guan, who were quite funny, but very dirty and asked really random questions. chris and yip started singing teletubbies at one point.
HAPPY 14TH BIRTHDAY SHARON, EVEN THOUGH I HAVEN’T GIVEN YOU YOUR PRESENT/SAID HAPPY BIRTHDAY IN PERSON!
edit: next day
HOPE YOU GET BETTER SNOWINE!
ag was traumatising. THE DIRT GOT ON MY SHOES (!!!!) MY NICELY WHITE SHOES
which are a little not-white because it rained several weeks ago at sport
my workload is snowballing.