Punda Malidadi

Thursday, February 17, 2005

And I'm going down, all the way down

I'm on the highway to hell

  • I haven't done any readings since January 25th. I should also add that only two of my classes require readings in the first place.
  • The day of my economics 281 midterm, I got out of bed 20 minutes before I had to catch the bus. I must have smelled pretty bad, but there was no time for showering. Or studying, at that.
  • Instead of preparing for my midterms, I spent my time webboarding and blogging. When I tried to get some last minute studying in an hour before my POl S 357 exam, I was intercepted by the likes of Steve Smith, Gregory Harlow, Adam Cook and towards the end Justin Kehoe. So, in conclusion: I didn't. Study, that is.
  • My room looks like that of a teenage boy. Yes, it's that bad. And where are these little flies coming from?


  • My art teacher called my masterpiece(tentatively entitled "Rendition of the three fucking pears that I wish had been hermaphrodites") forensic. Yes, forensic: "It looks like a crime scene." Why is this under PRIDE? I am not certain. It was either that or GLUTTONY(On account of the pears, you see).
  • I rule. No, seriously. I got a beautiful 90% on the Econ midterm I mentioned above. How? I honestly can't remember. All I know is that I am still in awe when I look at the 6/7 points on the question that Gordon Lee called the hardest question on the exam, and for which he didn't even calculate an average, so bad were people's performances on it. Fun fact: I honestly can't remeber how on earth I did it. Somehow, the term "sleep-deprived epiphany" comes to mind.
  • I also managed to do 5 questions when only 4 were required-Gordon Lee offers to take your best 4, if you have time. IF. The one he axed on my exam: 6 points out of 7. Mua ha ha. And what are you looking at me for with this disgusted look on your face? This section *is* called PRIDE, for Christ's sake.


  • On Valentine's Day, I ate 6 large cinnamon buns in less than 22 hours, in addition to my regular meals.
  • Today, I had 4 large peperoni sticks, three slices of rye bread and an entire container of hummus for lunch(You know how they call the bigger-sized containers of hummus "party size"? *insert mildly amused smile here*). And yes, I did dip the peperonis into the hummus, I sick bastard. I then rounded up the meal with some Lindt Valentine's chocolates I bought for myself.


  • I want to know who got 100% on that Econ exam. That ass. Uh, do you think s/he wants to be my friend..?


  • My writing teacher inquires politely as to where my assignment is. I reply politely that I haven't done it yet. He then counters, "I thought in Germany the trains are always on time." I then reply sweetly: "That is correct. But we are neither in Germany nor am I a train." Instead of replying, he takes my homemade banana bread and stuffs it in his breast pocket. Ugh. I felt rather wrathful after that.


  • I want an i pod. Really badly. And a lap top. And so, so, so many books and CDs. I am going to consumerist hell.


...is an inordinate craving for the pleasures of the body.

Uhm, check.


Blogger Andros wrote:
[8:39 PM, February 17, 2005]
Catrin, I am going to respond to your GREED. First, if you collect Airmiles, you can trade in your points for $50 or $25 dollar gift cards at Indigo; where, you can buy an iPod, books or CD's. If you do not have an Airmiles card, I say you should get one because you are going to be living by Safeway soon. Second, I have a massive digital music library and if you tell me which CD's you are looking for, I can bootleg some copies for you. If I do not have the CD, the public usually has it, therefore I can find it for you. Finally, the cheapest iBook is about $1200. I say, wait for the spring because they usually come out with better Apple computers for cheaper prices.
Anonymous kh wrote:
[11:41 PM, February 17, 2005]
WRATH - You're hilarious Catrin. No, you and your writing teacher are both hilarious! German trains, haha!! He took your banana bread?! haha! I bet he's been thinking about that train joke for a while, and you outwit with with your retort; he had to take your banana bread!

GREED - What i really want is a PDA. they can do everything basic that i need: word processing, wireless internet, digital voice recording.

Thanks Catrin! You're hilaRIOUS!!
Anonymous Chris wrote:
[11:42 PM, February 19, 2005]
How do pears fuck? How do hermaphroditic pears fuck?

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