Phew ! Home, finally, after such a full day. Yesterday, the Procter & Gamble promotion got to our school, and the same blah blah (about menstruation, condoms & AIDS, hair and its health, etc.) occured. The hair issue was quite delicate, anyway; they showed us some photos of hairbreadth seen at a microscope, in different circumstances : dirty hair, unhealthy hair and burned hair. Well, since then, Ioana and I (yes, I sortta forgiven her for what she did, but I`m still very cold and I can`t trust her completely) had this obsession of our hair looking exactly like that. If you could have only seen our despair; we kept saying we have no hair, we have something dead on our heads, looking ugly. We felt ugly (not that we aren`t, but… even more). We needed a haircut immediately. Taking action and attitude, we stopped complaining and manage to have our hair fixed. Hiuh, I feel so much better now. :D It`s not that short, not that long, it`s just perfect… and able to grow until Peninsula, for effect headbanging. :>
Today, at Maths, Lobi was such a complete moron. No, not towards me, but another colleague whose situation at this object is not very shinny. He made him take into the teachers` room a chair. Well, knowing Lobi and his satirist way to act, the thing he made him do is interpretable, even if that`s all he said… it was like… ‘If you don`t know Maths, at least make yourself useful taking that chair. In the future it`ll be the same, you`ll only do physical work, for I`m sure you`re not able for anything intelectual.”. I may be wrong, but otherwise I can`t explain why he sent him. Anyway, I`m positive no other person in my class ever thought of anything similar, so… simple subjective opinion.
I`ve recently seen Keeping Mum and I find it hilarious and sadistic, the right movie for me. :))) That whimsy English humor which I personally adore is highlighted by Kristin Scott Thomas who plays just wonderful. It just made my day, I highly recommend it.
Uh, The Da Vinci Code came out this week. Fuck, I haven`t even read the book to decide for myself if it`s good or just a waste of time. Each time I ask for it at the library, they don`t have it, seems like everyone just wants to read it. Well, move faster, goddamn slow pokes. Good thing I have enough time to finish Orwell and start again with my beloved Proust, and maybe finish Eliade`s book I`ve started reading because my Romanian teacher recommend it.
So little time until the school year will end…