Well, another weekend has come and gone. Spent the whole thing at my desk browsing 4chan and playing with action figures.
What was the highlight of your weekend?
Got a dream job, studied, went out with friends friday and studied with friends saturday night. Went for a couple runs outside, while the weather is good. Now I'm gonna drive to have dinner with some family (they live a couple hours away). Shiiiit, my life has really turned around. We're all gonna make it
I picked my bf up Thursday night and we drove home and spent the weekend hanging out. It was nice and comfy and I feel empty now that he's gone, I might have a good cry and get drunk before having to go to school tomorrow.
>playing with action figures
i understand collecting them, but to actually PLAY with them as an adult...?
>Friday night- drank myself into oblivion, jerked off and passed out
>Saturday night- drank myself into early liver failure, jerked off twice, passed out
>Tonight- Drinking myself to end stage liver failure, going to jerk off, and pass out.
>Haven't eaten a thing all weekend, think I will be dead by morning.
It's not my picture, check the file name. It's just a comfy photo I've saved.
Although I do live in a high rise, I never think about jumping out the window. It's probably because I live right above a train track and my ideal suicide method of choice would be on the tracks anyway, so that is what I usually wrestle with.
who else /skipping school/ tomorrow
literally no motivation
I have a work skip coming up soon. I like to do one or two a year. It's funny how during the weekend I am bored to death, but if I skip a day of work and do nothing it's like a fucking party.
I found out on Friday that I got a 65% on a math test, then I found out I got a 52 on a chemistry test.
Academics was the only skill I ever had, and now even those skills are faltering. I wish I could kill myself, but I'm an only child and don't want my parents to start crying.
Found out I got an A- on my Contracts Law exam.
Applied for a job I really want.
Dude, study. I went from a 2.5 to a 3.7 in Chemical Engineering just by going to professors office hours and studying for like an extra 5-10 hours a week.
Don't be a little bitch. I assume you're in university. You have two priorities in college--good grades/understanding the material, and getting a job. Your parents have done so much for you. Don't sit inside and feel bad for yourself, playing vidya games and browsing arcnine. I did that, and it got me jack shit. Study, dude.
The problem is I did study, a lot, I even understood all of the material, but when I took the tests, I just don't know what happened. I was confident, I knew the material. I just don't know what happened.
Go talk to the professor. Explain that you feel you're understanding the problem, but not doing well on the tests. Professors love it when you come to them, show you're interested, and are willing to work hard to make a change. Be proactive. It sucks to get rekt on a test, but keep your chin up. Figure out a solution.
My new figma came in the mail, so I played with that this weekend. Its arm kinda broke, but I managed to fix it.
I love you, Luci-tan <3