Some students

“I am not going back to varsity until I have decided what I’d like to do for the rest of my life as without an aim for good marks I think I wouldn’t do as well as I might if I had a goal.” [Hmm…]

the whirlwind

“I was told by some friends of mine there that they had met X with Y – Y with studs in her lips, ears, nose and belly – her hair also peculiar – some style she’d mimicked from India and hadn’t been washed for months. She was according to them very high on drugs but doing very well at the university. Well, from all one hears most students are on drugs. X was loyal but she said it was like having a whirlwind in the house and she couldn’t stand it for many days at a time.”

“It’s a shame, but I’m not getting on too well with my parents at the moment – they seem to be going out of their way to heap burdens on me to me, and I seem lazy and unthoughtful to them. I personally have been trying to take more on in the household – I’ve been doing my own washing and ironing etc. and I cook dinner quite regularly, as well as doing my usual chores and extra odd jobs. Oh well, it can only get better I suppose.” [Oh yes? Well, let’s hope so anyway.]

“I took part in a more interesting job the week before Christmas working for Telecom. I was a phone-in Father Christmas on ‘Santa Line’ along with a hundred or so others. Although very noisy it was a lot of fun, with the majority of calls being innocent and sincere (as opposed to the disbelieving fifteen-year-old who asks the most difficult questions possible).”

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