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4th-Mar-2006 11:45 pm
I would rather knit a cactus
Put it this way:

4th May: Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
(And let me tell you why studying in two universities with totally different exam and school timetables totally sucks. Bad enough that for this ENTIRE TERM, I've been having classes ending at 4pm in ONE UNIVERSITY and beginning at 4pm IN THE OTHER UNIVERSITY. Which, by the way, is TEN MINUTES away from the first BY BUS. EVERY. SINGLE. WEEK. YOU TRY BEING IN TWO PLACES AT ONE TIME.

At exactly the same time my first exam begins, so does a tutorial in my second university. A tutorial I'm going to have to miss. This doesn't sound so bad save for the fact that I'm going to NEED EVERY SECOND OF HELP I CAN GET. And also, I could ALWAYS attend a makeup tutorial AFTER my paper, but HOW MUCH ATTENTION will I be paying THEN?)

9th May: Company Law

11th May: Evidence Law
(THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG about having one of the MOST TAXING AND DIFFICULT SUBJECTS I HAVE studied all year, with the most IRASCIBLE marker who is NEAR IMPOSSIBLE TO PLEASE, TWO DAYS AFTER THE COMPANY LAW EXAM.)

Don't know the date of the last exam yet, but I will soon. WOW, STUDYING LAW FOR THE WIN. Sorry, legal theory, things will change tomorrow, BUT I DON'T FEEL LIKE LOVING YOU TODAY.
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5th-Mar-2006 01:09 am (UTC)
=/ Jeez, is there no one you can talk to about having to be in two places at once? O.o Is that really why studying in London is supposed to be so great, wtf. *shoots them* *pets you* Probably doesn't help any, but I think you've been handling that pretty well, lol.

I think you've put the whole "ZOMG HATE!" off for too long, hun. Hope you feel a bit better after ranting =/ Sorry for making it so hard for you. *hugs*

... Just keep 7th April free? *sigh*
5th-Mar-2006 01:43 am (UTC)
Eheh. More like talking about it wouldn't change anything, so I just VENT about it and then go off and make icons. >D I'm not normally this bad about it, but this week has been a pretty awful one, RL and otherwise, so I think general stoic defences = -1 at this point of the week. It *was* a good day, though.

And studying in London *is* actually great, even my scheduling conflicts don't change that. It's just scheduling conflicts that suck.

I guess I generally handle that well because I can handle things if they come one at a time. But if they're all at once... well, there's a limit to the number of crises I can handle.

I do though. I don't generally want to talk about what's bothering me until it's reached the point where I am EXPLODE OR TALK and usually it's a bit of both. But well, that's neither here nor there.

... oh.
5th-Mar-2006 01:56 am (UTC)
Lol, I guess that's what I do, too. I just do it in a more childish and irrational way ;) But then you do have three years on me :P I think I would kill little rabbits if I were in your position, to be honest. Or just give up on it all. *has quit school, why not uni* So stop making it sound like it's a horrible post, it's not. Just an understandable one O.o;

*g* I really don't think I want to know what you get up to as a student. Jana's been telling me all day how her niece studied/lived with her boyfriend in London and about 5 different people threw up on her. ^^; They live in Belgium now, he's studying Dutch and arrch sounds a bit like him when he's trying to guess meanings of words. I think you'd like them if you met them, they're really nice people :) (they bring Jana speshul English stuff, it gets them instant love. *g*) *random Jana!family pimpage for no reason*

*huggles you* =/ Sorry, really. *sigh* I hope things settle down soon and that there isn't anything else bothering you. You can go shoot the sheduling, but please don't shoot me? ^^;

... oh.

You don't have to. =/
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