First two days at Uni have come and gone. Their love of bureaucracy in the administration is ridiculous!
During the Fresher's week information "gatherings", they explain things like what the course is (which we already know, BECAUSE WE SIGNED UP FOR IT) and expect us to know how to sign up for optional subjects (which, incidentally, requires going from building H to building G, via A, B and E, before they all send you back to H so that they can say that YOU'RE IN THE WRONG PLACE AGAIN!)
It's like teaching your grandma to suck eggs, and then asking her to name and characterise the six quarks.
Posted on 2011-09-03 at 10:47:32.
Eol Fefalas Keeper of the Kazari RDI Staff Karma: 460/28 8418 Posts
I feel for you, Darren. Unfortunately, the bureaucracy doesn't get any better...
Like I always tell my girls; "School prepares you for real life... which also sucks!"
It remains the same day if you don't sleep. Honest.
Well, even if it doesn't work by convention, it sort of makes sense that days be based around sleep patterns and not around arbitrary calendars. Who does anything really useful or interesting between midnight and 6 AM anyways?
(apart from people who work night shifts)
Anyways, hello to the Red Dragon Inn. I am sat in my student flat, listening to third wave ska and eating a Spanish-inspired breakfast... three cloves of raw garlic pounded with olive oil and chilli on toast.
All it needs to be the greatest breakfast ever is bacon. ^^
Welp, my first day back to school, It's only about 1/4 of the way through renovations, and I have no clue where the entrance is now. I also have to show my younger sister around and have no clue where anything is. I shall now venture forth into this new land. Here's to new friends and old! *Pours everyone a drink*