Does anyone besides me remember in elementary school whenever there was a field trip, everyone would cram in the back of the bus and go "WOOOOOOO" whenever it hit a bump?
Well everyone in my school did this, and I think it's only cool in like 3rd grade, because NOW whenever the bus hits a bump (and I don't even have to be in the back to "appreciate" the bumpiness), I fear for my life a little. That bus is going to fall apart someday. Good ole bus 17.
Anyways: It's question time!
Are you are early riser?
HAHAHAHAHA! BAHAHA! *wipes tears from eyes* Ahem. Oh. You were serious? Okay then; NO. Not in the least.
If you weren't a participant of this blog, would you read it?
Hmmm... I don't think I would've found it. (So thanks to all 26 of you! Come back soon now, y'hear?!) It's because of this blog I joined Blogger in the first place, actually. so I'm grateful this blog made me find this site. It's pretty awesome.
Sorry this is so short! ("laconic, as Alex says. Yay words!) I had around 2 hours of homework today. *ahem...some to be completed on BUS O' DOOM ride... I needed a break and the work will keep me distracted from the fact that the bus might not make it there* Am I being a whiny baby about 2 hours of it? It's so different from middle school, wherein I was the "smart one", and difficult homework took me around 45 minutes.
Damn. I miss it already.
I guess that's my question: Am I being unreasonable for complaining about two hours of homework on the 2nd day of school?
Question part 2: How much time does it take you to complete your homework on average?
Non-personal alternate question: Do you think the "i before e except after c" rule applies enough to be considered a rule?