if you could change the way things are.
Radioactive cows milk might just get the best of yeah
To all those gooohh-gooohh-gaahh-gaahh fans of Twilight's main cast, to be more specific, the vampire of a guy who could shape-shift colours in his eyes, read your thoughts (what happens if you're HORNY and you're thinking the wrong way?!), strong just like superman with nothing on but a tight suit which makes his stomach look funny and tight 'youknowwhat's' which make his butt look big, Edward Cullen. If you think Edward Cullen is HOT? Well think again! Cause the following picture you're about to observe is HOTTER than any Edward Cullen you can find in the world...

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NOW THIS IS HOTTT!!! With capital letters inserted into the term HOT!

Now wouldn't you like to agree with me?!!! You don't see Edward Cullen having milk shoot out from those 'milkproducingglands' of his as an advantage for taking out the bad guys do you! All HE has are fangs which don't actually make a huge difference. Pluse, cows have horns the size of duck bills! (note. this dumb boob of a cow has no horns. I don't know why) They could break people apart!

Moving on to something more logical than Sharon's Theory on 'How Cows Are Way Hotter Than Muscular-Good-For-Nothing-Vampires'...

School has been pretty stressful lately.

Guess it comes with the package when you're busy poisoning your brains with facts and information from study subjects.

Geography Trials has been keeping me up all evening to study and study. And I've even lost count on who's winning this and that on the Olympics Channel. Now that Geography's over and done with. Feels like I have all the time in the world.

Nametags are driving me nuts! Gives me the headaches as I have to keep track of students in school who haven't got their nametags stuck on their pinafores. Take their names down. Confirm with them. Confirm again with prefects in charge of their specific classes.

And well, today was another one of the eventful days in school.

Puan Annie and another one of her sweet ideas on taking the 'most-behaved class' out from school to Gurney Plaza as a treat for us.

And NOOOO! We weren't there for the shoes in Vincci that some of the students hoped for. World Vision had some project going on. An awareness on HIV/AIDS. And I must comment, with just a small space right at the centre court of Gurney, they could come up with something a little more complex.

With just a small MP3 player as a speaker and state of the art headphones, you were taken into a journey of 3 young lives whom have all experienced family crisis', poverty and etc. 3 stories which would make you tear up just by looking at the pictures, props and most importantly, listening to the speaker in the MP3 player.

End of journey. Continues on with the 'Reflection Room'. You sit down on the empty bench in the middle of the 4 walls with faces of young and old who've been HIV positive. A little girl with watery eyes caught my attention. And well, it was saddening la.

And I could write more, honestly. But exhausted as I am, after hogging the computer the whole entire evening, I think I'd stop here.


So yeah, DO SOMETHING! We have only one life. Do something and make a change.