Well UG, this is it. For the first time in at least 5 years I'm not studying anthing to do with Music. I would be, but one of my teachers didn't like the idea of teaching me AS while the rest of the class did AS and A2.
Screw you Mr Collings. Screw you and all your ways.
This means I now have 5 hours free a week, and I have no idea what to do with them, does anyone have ideas apart from doing work for other my other subjects?
Given the influx of newbies the new day will give us I decided to make a list of tips to avoid instant flaming death:
Don't make new threads for at least a month or 2, this'll give time for people to get to know you.
Don't get carried away with posting memes, these become insanely annoying after the first few times their posted.
DoNt TyPe LiKe ThIs. It looks really dumb.
Try and be intelligent, It'll make people respect you more
When all else fails, use sarcasm.
These smilies win. Usually.
Use words like "epic" "Fail" and "Win" but not too much.
Also got my AS Physics exam on Friday. If its like Biology today I should nail it.
On the subject of Biology exams I was rather peeved at this little fact. The only piece of work I haven't done this year is a write-up on Daphnia. First question? "This is about Daphnia" Needless to say I started kicking myself
I want to bring a Folk band to people's attention, Show Of Hands. A group from Devon who make music with a message. Now I'm not really a Folk man but this band are really excellent, please if you get the chance go and see them or buy an album.
The worst part about being knocked out is waking up. This happened to me at school today.
Myself and a friend jumped for the ball and collided in the air I landed on the edge of the concrete tennis courts and woke up with a very concerned Maths teacher kneeling there. Then It struck me how much my head hurt. It continued hurting until about 10mins ago when I started walking and not just lying there.
So my advice to you dear readers is never get knocked out, if you do try not to wake up, but if these are beyond you, then simply start acting normally as soon as you can.