I’ve always considered you to be perfect for me. In fact, I could very well state that I haven’t moved on from you, but that fact is disputable. I guess it would be more accurate to say that I’ve moved on from it, but I keep coming back like Bill Gates’ loyal thief - only to get busted and settle for Steve Jobs.
I did all I can to let you go and move in, but they all seemed to be futile. I tried exotic ones, as much as tried the usuals. I once tried the seniors, and even the infants. Worst was when I tried no one at all, but when push came to shove, I find myself in what I end up having now - a multi-partner affair. Call it cheating, I call it compromising for what I’m sure I’ll never have back.
Come to think of it, you never left me - you weren’t capable of doing so, I guess. I’m the one who left. And it’s because of peer pressure, I admit. But hey, it’s the same reason we started, then eventually got stronger, together anyway, so I’m not going to be shameful because of it. I guess I have to apologize for that, but you gotta understand, the only reason I liked you was because they supported us; and since they no longer do, I’m afraid I have to find someone else I can be with whose compatibility with me does not have to depend on the approval of my peers.
So, where have you been? As I’ve mentioned above, you never left, and I’m quite surprised you never left. I promise to visit more frequently, though I swear I’m not going to talk to you.
So here I go, I’ll say it here, in the presence of my new one. You’re still the best. Always have, always will be.
In just two days, I have managed to have eaten at least two slices of each of the brands above. Don’t ask why, I’m a pizzaholic that way. Though I’m sure not getting any professional help.
One thing I’ve noticed, though, is the pizza is probably the laziest creation of edibility. C’mon, don’t act like it’s not true. Everything gets cooked simultaneously! At least with sandwiches, bakers actually separate cooking the meat from baking the bread! But pizza chefs, nah. Meat, vegetables, seafood, bread, cheese - in the oven at once.
I’m not complaining though. After all, lazy food suits lazy people, I guess. Now, to find a the most procrastinating food…
Case in point. Last sem, I already got 18 units in CRS, our online pre-enlistment module. It’ll take more than a paragraph to explain our enrolment process in UPD. Anyway, going back, I was one of the fortunate ones to complete my subjects through said module. Problem is, my BC adviser wants her advisees to strictly follow the curriculum of our degree program. Meaning, if it says on the paper that you have to take this subject during your Third Year, you have to. No buts, only “it’s designed that way”s.
So from what I thought would be a stress free half-day of enrolment, turned out to be a whole three-day worse than hell week experience that involved skipping meals, signing/making petitions and my personal favorite, calling up professors in their houses to have them sign you in a class that was said to be of utmost importance, that ended up one that I sometimes forget I had, thanks to the the eight week “vacation.”
Hellish as it may sound, at least I had all subjects in my GE, plus a PE! I just needed to cancel my PolSci for this media class which is in my home college anyway, of which it is easier to get slots for classes.
Not the same scenario for me this sem. Tomorrow, I start subject hunting for an MST and an SSP.
But if all else fails.. would anyone of you know where to get a directory of the professors’ landlines?