Blogging in the English class right now. There isn't any class, but Samantha and I just came up to 4.23 anyway for the food. Hehehehe.
Interesting incident on the train... I woke up at like Tanjong Pagar to find this pair of shades lying on the floor. An ITE student was standing right in front of it. I couldn't believe he didn't take the least notice of it. There it sat until this middle-aged man came in. And he also ignored the shades. but then the train jerked, and he lost his balance, and of all things stepped on the shades. You could almost hear my silent wince. Because even from that distance I had some idea that it was good stuff. Suddenly he gestured at the ITE guy's back, and then at me with a fling of his hand. I just raised an eyebrow coldly, and refused to meet his eye. I could see him staring at me though... for some reason. Thing is, this guy's sense of balance and reflex is so fucked up that he lost balance and stepped on the shades again, snapping one side off. My mouth just fell open, and he was staring at me again. At Commonwealth, two people from the other side of the two-seater (right at the end of the train) and the one on my left got up all at once. This same dickhead went over to the opposite seat, flung his file on the other seat and crossed his legs and lounged back to read his papers. I stole a quick look at him, and befor he could catch my eye, I looked towards the file and fixed my gaze there. Dunno whether he was disturbed or not. At Dover, I deliberately knelt down on my way out to pick the shades up. I dunno what brand it was, Suguku or something like that, but it was indeed good shit. Sleekest degreed shades I've ever seen. The least I could do was pick it up and throw it into a proper dustbin.
People nowadays. Utterly shameful. Just about 10 train stops. Not one person picked it up.
In other news, I think I lost my key at Hans's gig. Must have fallen out when I sat there for so long. Dad's not too amused... he's going to deduct $5 from my allowance each week. Not that it matters.
Don't get me wrong. I could use the $5. Sure could. But since that part of the pie is almost always used for leisure, it's no big loss is it?
orchestrated by Renhao at 8:46:00 am
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