Ecchi Valentine

Okay so today was Valentine’s day. Someone got his rose today, and was in high spirits throughout the day after that. It was rather obvious from his frolicking in the Chemistry lab that he really appreciated the rose. Jem told him that Abigail was the one who gave it to him, and since he didn’t know who she was, he bought it. Actually, it was a combined effort of 10 pieces of 20 cent coins, but that’s another story altogether. He took such great care of the rose; wiping the table free of dust before placing the delicate flower on it, and smacking Yihan when he tried to touch it. The comical moment was when the GB people delivered the rose. A look of bewilderment was stuck onto his face, and lasted for about a minute or so.

Maybe it’s unwise to play with other peoples’ emotions?

I felt like Akagi Shigeru at that moment.

They were the eyes of a child who had grown bored with a toy.

Forget it, I’m bad at producing emo stuff, unless you still like this classic line.

“I like walking in the rain, so no one can see my tears.”

Okay that’s enough.

Anyway, I saw the poster for Juno yesterday at the bus stop. It touches on teenage pregnancy, and stars Ellen Page. The first impression I got from the advertisement was good, as teenage pregnancy is always a popular topic. I don’t know, is there something about 18 year old mothers that appeals? I decided with my rights as a 16 year old that I had to get into this show. Maybe this weekend or so, if nothing else crops up.

Okay, so there were these two stories on differentiation today. I thought of one too. Let’s say everyone has an immunity to STDs, and this is reflected in a bar like those of Pokemons’ healthpoints. Imagine you start off at 100%, and your immunity gets halved everytime an act is performed. Is it true that you will never get an STD, since you can divide it an infinite amount of times? Yes! Yeah right.

Time to sleep. Full marks in tomorrow’s Physics coming up.

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