Got tagged by Lex. This is going to be hard. I am an open book.
And here are the rules.
These are the rules: Each player of this game starts out by giving 6 weird things about themselves. People who get tagged need to write in a blog of their own 6 weird things as well as state the rules clearly. In the end, you need to choose 6 people to be tagged and list their names. After you do that, leave them each a comment letting them know you tagged them and to read your blog!
I used to have really bad footrot that my shoes will stink up the house. I had to leave my shoes outside. That’s the consequence of working more than 16 hours a day without having chance to air my feet. Now, I realise that I like to take off my shoes at work. ie my feet is usually only covered for less than 4 hours a day.
I google friends/family. It’s fun! Go ahead, just do it! From googling my brother I realised that there was a play with his name (done by his class) and I read the script too. I also googled my psychologist and have a new-found deeper respect for her when I saw the volunteer work she does.
I dislike taking medication, even antibiotics. Actually, especially antibiotics. I feel that the body should be allowed to build immunity. This brings me to point four:
When I was in Primary Four, I disliked school so much that my attendance days were only around 60% I think. Perhaps even less than that. I would feign stomachache oh-so-often because those were the easiest to fake (or so I think). The doctor would give me medicine and then it’ll be MC. I often think that if I get cancer, it’ll probably be of the stomach because I had so much medication for things I did not suffer for! I also threw away workbooks because I didn’t want to do homework. All the way to Secondary School (and JC), I rarely complied my own worksheets and assignments to hand in for CAs (where these get graded or checked or what). It was always the “I lost it on a bus” excuse and then I’ll photostat a classmate’s. I was an irritating kid.
I used to be brighter. No, really. I studied for POA for my ‘O’ levels this way: I borrowed a friend’s prelim answers and then photostatted it. I also called her to ask why she replied in that answer, etc. I was an irritating kid. From a Fail I moved to a B3 for ‘O’ levels. When I was doing my Accounting module in University, with the exact same balance sheet/P&L, I couldn’t remember the format for nuts. I also think that Mathematics make your brain sharper and am toying with the idea of buying some assessment books to do just to do that. I doubt if I can do any Upper Sec and above math though!
I only have 2 xbox games: Halo and Halo 2. I actually got it just for Halo. Actually there are some other nice games too, but I just never got around to buying them. I love Halo, however, and am still bugging people to have a nice Halo multiplayer tournament. I am an irritating
I guess that’s about it.
6 people to tag: