Right. A sum of what I did in school today.
P1: Maths. Was supposed to be doing questions sheet, instead getting distracted by a)conversation that was carrying on around me, b)my calculator- more importantly, what Rosaleen punched into my calculator... I'll get her one day..., c)Shinhwa, and SMAP.
Yes, I was fiddling with Amanda's MP3 player and found a Shinhwa song. And so I had to listen to it, 'cause, you know... so I did. And we started to talk about Shinhwa, and Amanda said that the only person she knows is Minwoo. I was like '!'. And we kep on talking about Korean things, and how Shinhwa was like NSYNC, but better, because they were Korean. And then we talked about Yon-sama, then moved on to SMAP, and then Kimutaku, and then Takeshi Kaneshiro, and then Jay Chou, and then Andy Lau.
And that's how I wasted first period.
P2: Economics. Did a very very very small amount of work, then we started to draw on the desks. There were several things to occupy us. 1)Knots&Crosses. Fundamental, but still fun, 2)drawing degrading pictures of the PM, with his signature eyebrows, and a little sign besides him that says "PM phone Rove!", 3)making little cartoon thingies to fit what the teacher was talking about i.e. hidden unemployment.
And thus, second period was gone.
P3: Chemistry. We never do real work in Chemistry, anyway, and I think I'm a bad influence on Shelly, because I always distract her, because I'll be singing Lion King songs, and Shelly would not be able to help herself joining in.
It's completely understandable, of course, Hakuna Matata is the most kickass song ever.
And with that, third period was over.
P4: Logic. Finite Worlds. Rachel remarked that it sounded like a Terry Pratchett book, which just set us off. I can't even remember what we were talking about. But I do remember it was something to do with Dumbledore's beard and how Tom Felton is extremely hot and how Alan Rickman was better looking in Sense and Sensibility than as Snape. And how Daniel Radcliffe is such a midget, and how the books are so much better than the movies.
Amy asked me to do the crab impression. I didn't do it. Well, okay, I did, but it was in slow motion, so that didn't count. And no one else saw it. Except... 6 people. And they don't count.