Tuesday, December 21, 2010
I have reached a point where putting in a decent, albeit still slackerish, amount of effort into examinations is just not enough to rank up there anymore. Haha. Either that or carelessness is killing me, again.
Still, at least I am still enjoying my time in NUS =D
Seth wrote on 11:42 AM.
Monday, December 06, 2010
Wow, haven't gone for a k singing session for a loooooong time, and today the group of us (Jean, Eve, Cher M. and Meng) went for 6+ hours straight! It was tiring, but fun! =D
Had a taste of singing japanese songs, although, I will need a lot more practise if I am even able to pronounce the words properly or even keep up...
On another note, Meng the shit noob went and spilt his hot chocolate (while its still hot) onto my socks and shoe. He must really hate hot chocolate. And my shoe.
So yea, was a fun session, and it'd be good to get together like this again once in a while.
Recently, I found out that the series 'Sliders' was showing on cable tv, on a channel that I am able to access! Excitement~
This was one of those series which I would religiously watch every single day that it aired (others of which included Samurai X, a little yellow sponge in the sea, and Monster Rancher, lol)while I was younger, in my secondary school days. Now that it is back, and exams are over, its back to being a tv potato again!
I had been a little sick the past few days, with a cold. It seems to be better now (considering I managed to last through the 6+ hours today), but now, it seems the rest of my family has fallen sick. My dad, mom (who just vomitted), and bro (who is asleep 3 hours before his usual bedtime). There is definitely some bug going around. Hope everyone gets over it soon..
A dream I had last night...nice ;) yet confusing.. =\
Seth wrote on 10:38 PM.
Friday, December 03, 2010
It has been a very busy semester, but it is over!
My period of indifference is getting longer before the exams, which is the time where I just heck the studying and just do what I feel like doing. This may have cost me at least one of my modules this time though...
A sign of getting tired of studying for exams probably?
Although, we may have to start on further research on our hopping robot project, and may have to start thinking of how to build it already.
For now, just sit back and relax~
Seth wrote on 12:04 AM.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
As I was walking home today, I passed by a group of secondary school girls, and I heard one of them speaking out loudly to another of them,
"Your house MUST have a computer, it is only normal."
Or something along those lines.
And the way she said was that it was a bare necessity of life.
Is it really?
Many things are taken for granted. Appreciate them.
Seth wrote on 2:52 PM.
Thursday, May 27, 2010
My teeth feel so weird now...
Seth wrote on 12:10 AM.
Monday, March 08, 2010
Wow it has been like what? 4 months since the last update?
Came across this poem a few days ago while reading up some stuff about research paper conventions. Gave me a sort of gloomy feel, one that reminded me of our morality, and to cherish the people we have around us. This poem managed to make me think of the 'what ifs' in life, and eventhough it changed my mood around from a happy mood to a somewhat depressed mood (although not much), it was in a good sort of way. I just can't explain it.
Here enjoy. =)
Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone,
Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone,
Silence the pianos and with muffled drum
Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.
Let aeroplanes circle moaning overhead
Scribbling on the sky the message He is Dead.
Put crepe bows round the white necks of the public doves,
Let the traffic policemen wear black cotton gloves.
He was my North, my South, my East and West,
My working week and my Sunday rest,
My noon, my midnight, my talk, my song;
I thought that love would last forever: I was wrong.
The stars are not wanted now; put out every one,
Pack up the moon and dismantle the sun,
Pour away the ocean and sweep up the woods;
For nothing now can ever come to any good.
One thing I learned about history subjects. Reading about history is fun, writing about history is boring as hell, relatively speaking. If you are the sort who falls asleep at the instance of any history exposure, then never, I repeat, never attempt a history module. My current history module is interesting to study, learning about popular culture in Singapore through the years. However, having to write academically about them just totally turns me off. It becomes dry. Like a desert. However, that being the basis of history modules, I guess there is no circumventing it. Sadly.
I have been getting darker (tanner) every week. Haha. Due to swimming under the afternoon sun for quite some time now. So much so that my friend could not even recognise me in the dark, as in, under the moonlight. She even thought I was Indian. -.-''
I am thinking of changing my blogskin soon. Quite sick of seeing the same aeroplane going whoosh at the top of the page already...haha. Maybe when I have too much free time on my hands will I attempt some artistic piece of stickman work.
Seth wrote on 8:40 PM.
Monday, November 30, 2009
Ah..last paper in 11 hours' time! =D
Haven't been able to concentrate much on studying during the weekends. Hopefully will get by decently...
Plus the nose bleed I had today did not help things. Couldn concentrate! Luckily was only doing past year papers, so no need (much) new stuff to remember.
After tmr, it'll be party for a few days! Hehe. =D
Seth wrote on 12:09 AM.