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confession: IM GAY.   Okay, im not gay, im bisexual, but I have fallen in love with another guy for the first time ever and its mutual. its pretty wierd tbh, but it feels really great,

Confession: I was one with the puns today.  We went out whale watching, and for a period of five minutes or so, I only responded to people with pretty awful sea-related puns, like "I a-grebe", "I need

Confession: On a more positive note

3 hours ago, Kenshin_sama said:

So yeah, I just got an invitation letter to join Phi Theta Kappa, which I'm both excited and anxious to join. I see it as a good opportunity for growth, but I'm not sure how big of a step that's gonna be for me and how well I'll be able to cope with it. I have made up my mind and I will definitely take advantage of that opportunity, but I'm still nervous as hell.

Woow, CONGRATS! Amazing! :D 

I'm in the NEHS at my school (National English Honor Society) at my school, so I know how that feels like. It's definitely a worthwhile experience!

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On 1/30/2017 at 7:51 PM, Eclipsed said:

I'm *probably* gonna bail from my Elementary JP 2 class, none of my peeps from my 1st class decided to move on, and this main sensei is the upper middle aged stern strict lostthepassionyearsago type, the class I'm in is full of elitist try hards who eagerly raise their hands like dogs upon every beckoning whenever we're going over worksheets because participation is a whopping 30% of the grade (ie. vs the final's 12.5% wtff), and I'm already at 18 units + part time working newlypromotedtosupervisorhihi, and frankly my passion for learning da weebs is just not there anymore :<

Sucks to hear that your classmates are ruining the experience for you. Im friends with a girl who was going to be a Japanese major, but then switched majors because the other people studying Japanese in her year where mega weebs. The difference though, is that this girl skipped to the highest level Japanese classes after her first semester because she learned a lot through watching J-dramas in highschool. At first I thought that was crazy, but because she is Chinese she simply watched with Chinese and Japanese subtitles and learned the words while comparing them to the meanings of Chinese characters. 

My personal advice: If there is a good study abroad opportunity available to you, stick through the classes. If not, then dropping might be the right thing. By going to the county you can ditch your fellow weebs/foreigners and hang around Japanese people which is pretty fun. Also imo, the best language learning happens while abroad in your target country, not in the classroom. Just my 2 cents.

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13 hours ago, Kenshin_sama said:

So yeah, I just got an invitation letter to join Phi Theta Kappa, which I'm both excited and anxious to join. I see it as a good opportunity for growth, but I'm not sure how big of a step that's gonna be for me and how well I'll be able to cope with it. I have made up my mind and I will definitely take advantage of that opportunity, but I'm still nervous as hell.

Aha, gz bruddah :D

PTK's what you make of it. Now cough up da dough, get your made in china PTK badge, attend your induction ceremony, participate in weekly meetings and volunteer events, build your network, keep an eye out for scholarships, and lastly aim for a leadership position sometime.

I probably did at least 3 of the above so far. I think.

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Confession: I just learned today that I will not be able to afford studying at a top-level university in the UK, and most likely Canada as well. It hits hard- I always assumed my parents would be able to pull through since thanks to them I've always lived an extremely comfortable life. Looking into other options I hadn't considered before, now. Considering to apply to NUS (Nat. Uni. of Singapore), I have a sufficient ACT score for it but will have to take SAT Subject Tests and excel at them; the Singaporean government apparently has this amazing subsidy that takes care of more than half the price of tuition. I'll need to work for three years after graduation in Singapore if that happens, though. Also looked up life in Singapore and apparently it has very stringent rules for the sake of public order and policies for everything (there's a famous chewing gum ban). Anyone with experience/opinions on that (and Singaporean life overall)? Apparently a big majority is also religious... :/ 

Alternatively, this means that I will have to finally get my ass working and struggling for my dream of studying astrophysics at a good university in a good country. I'll really have to boost my GPA and everything, and to top that, I'll really need all exam qualifications I can get (APs, SAT Subject Tests) and get some good extracurricular activities to boot.

It's settled in a couple years too late, but I'm starting to feel the worst bout of college entrance anxiety yet.

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Just now, Funyarinpa said:

Confession: I just learned today that I will not be able to afford studying at a top-level university in the UK, and most likely Canada as well. It hits hard- I always assumed my parents would be able to pull through since thanks to them I've always lived an extremely comfortable life. Looking into other options I hadn't considered before, now. Considering to apply to NUS (Nat. Uni. of Singapore), I have a sufficient ACT score for it but will have to take SAT Subject Tests and excel at them; the Singaporean government apparently has this amazing subsidy that takes care of more than half the price of tuition. I'll need to work for three years after graduation in Singapore if that happens, though. Also looked up life in Singapore and apparently it has very stringent rules for the sake of public order and policies for everything (there's a famous chewing gum ban). Anyone with experience/opinions on that (and Singaporean life overall)? Apparently a big majority is also religious... :/ 

Alternatively, this means that I will have to finally get my ass working and struggling for my dream of studying astrophysics at a good university in a good country. I'll really have to boost my GPA and everything, and to top that, I'll really need all exam qualifications I can get (APs, SAT Subject Tests) and get some good extracurricular activities to boot.

It's settled in a couple years too late, but I'm starting to feel the worst bout of college entrance anxiety yet.

:sleep:or you could go to the Netherlands, or Baltimore state but honestly just try harder and see if you can get a scholarship, or if your past that stage try getting a semi good paying job then paying for it later

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Just now, Akimoto Masato said:

:sleep:or you could go to the Netherlands, or Baltimore state but honestly just try harder and see if you can get a scholarship, or if your past that stage try getting a semi good paying job then paying for it later

I want Astrophysics as my major (or failing that, Literature), which instantly eliminates 95% of colleges since very few places offer astrophysics as a major (NUS doesn't, you apparently need to be a Honors student to specialize in astrophysics there...). 

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1 minute ago, Funyarinpa said:

I want Astrophysics as my major (or failing that, Literature), which instantly eliminates 95% of colleges since very few places offer astrophysics as a major (NUS doesn't, you apparently need to be a Honors student to specialize in astrophysics there...). 

Ahh, I see, well good luck in finding it

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To make up for abandoning my Elementary Japanese 2 class I'm pursuing another for-funzies-wishlist class of mine:

Piano :Chocola:

It's something I've always wanted to learn but never bothered for whatever reason.

And I learned sooo much just in the first 2 hours today. Everything from proper posture & hand placement/techniques to all the technoterminolobabbles with the middle Cs and treble/bass clefs and how to read them music sheets staff time signature whole quarter half notes/rests etc etc 

The first weeb piano thing i wanna eventually one day self study on the side once I start getting into the groove of things will be Rewrite's Journey theme :wafuu:

 

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10 hours ago, Eclipsed said:

To make up for abandoning my Elementary Japanese 2 class I'm pursuing another for-funzies-wishlist class of mine:

Piano :Chocola:

It's something I've always wanted to learn but never bothered for whatever reason.

And I learned sooo much just in the first 2 hours today. Everything from proper posture & hand placement/techniques to all the technoterminolobabbles with the middle Cs and treble/bass clefs and how to read them music sheets staff time signature whole quarter half notes/rests etc etc 

The first weeb piano thing i wanna eventually one day self study on the side once I start getting into the groove of things will be Rewrite's Journey theme :wafuu:

 

Nice. I started the electric guitar 3 years ago with a similar intent (playing the rocks songs and such I used to love then), but it went nowhere (as it often does with me and things that require hard work and dedication). Hope you come to a level enough to play these things you love.

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On 2/4/2017 at 3:57 PM, atorq said:

Confession: I went and got that Tinder-thing that the kids are all about these days, however, it seems I am too scared to actually use it...

If someone has seen my balls anywhere, would you please let me know?

We made a tinder for Mr.PotatoHead ;-; it got 600 matches in the first couple of days

if I see your balls I will notify you

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3 hours ago, Akimoto Masato said:

if I see your balls I will notify you

I found my balls, or at least parts of them. Now the next problem arises with messaging matches. I have no idea what I'm doing, it's like learning to ride a bike, except with a lot more anxiety and awkwardness.

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I just had that classic coincidental all stars align to fk you in the ass

Procrastinate 'til the last day to go to bookstore to buy the textbook to do the assignment before english class? Nope sorrz, out of stock

It's k, plan B is to go use the reserve copy in the library? Nope sorrz, someone 'bought' the book via writing in the textbook and thus having to pay damage fees, on this very day, presumably because that fker did the same thing as me and realized the bookstore was out of stock

stick to amazon/chegg from nowon, jesus

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1 minute ago, Eclipsed said:

I just had that classic coincidental all stars align to fk you in the ass

Procrastinate 'til the last day to go to bookstore to buy the textbook to do the assignment before english class? Nope sorrz, out of stock

It's k, plan B is to go use the reserve copy in the library? Nope sorrz, someone 'bought' the book via writing in the textbook and thus having to pay damage fees, on this very day, presumably because that fker did the same thing as me and realized the bookstore was out of stock

stick to amazon/chegg from nowon, jesus

Textbook example of why you shouldn't procrastinate

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59 minutes ago, Eclipsed said:

I just had that classic coincidental all stars align to fk you in the ass

Procrastinate 'til the last day to go to bookstore to buy the textbook to do the assignment before english class? Nope sorrz, out of stock

It's k, plan B is to go use the reserve copy in the library? Nope sorrz, someone 'bought' the book via writing in the textbook and thus having to pay damage fees, on this very day, presumably because that fker did the same thing as me and realized the bookstore was out of stock

stick to amazon/chegg from nowon, jesus

That moment when you finally know what it feels like to be in the one percent 

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On 1/30/2017 at 5:01 AM, Fred the Barber said:

Confession: For as long as I can remember, mostly at night, my right ear will randomly turn bright red, while my left ear looks perfectly normal. If I touch them, the left one is my normal body temperature or even a bit cooler, but the right one is way hot, like my right ear has a fever or something. It's happening right now. I have no idea why.

this happens to me everytime im tired lol

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