Those who read my blog more or less regularly may have noticed a lack of updates in the previous week. With my previous posts, however, one can infer that I have not done so (posting) because I wasted my time playing DotA. That inference is, indeed, entirely correct. I have got so gut-busting lazy that I sometimes came home at about 12 midnight, left my studies in the lurch, and was tired all-week long. I’m going to try, however, to stop my addiction of this game cold turkey. I have already failed an important exam (although DotA wasn’t the reason, but a bad case of LBM); I often feel sapped and enervated because of this; and worst of all, I don’t have time for anime anymore.
The good thing is, my parents called me and I have been able to talk over with them the problems plaguing me (my loneliness and desolation, not to mention my disillusionment with bastard teachers). They have just given me a newfound hope to persevere once more in my ever-climbing ascent to knowledge and enlightenment (that I don’t like much for now). I think I’m going to study after I watch some NHK ni Youkoso!, but more importantly, I think I’m going to stop DotA for a while and study more on Comparative Anatomy, despite the fact that I don’t like Biology at all.
On less tangential and more relevant stuff, I just finished reading the Silky Whip manga done by Oh! Great (Ogure Ito). I can say that although it had stories that were just plain sex, there were also stories that were simply amazing in their ability to intercalate within the plot itself the existence of well-placed sex.
Next, I really need to read the NHK manga, simply because the anime has enamored me to do so. The anime is quite the pertinent study to the more depraved aspects and the more depraved people of what makes up humanity, and although sometimes a vain effort to make others laugh (ep4), is also quite incisive and perceptive, not to mention esemplastic in presenting the entire spectrum of human emotions.
(I felt that I’d fare better writing about my priorities because it reminds me what I need to do and what I have to do, as well as what I should not do â€“ play DotA. Of course I may fail, but the fact I’ve written it down makes me feel more confident that I won’t lose myself to DotA addiction [besides, anime addiction is so much cheaper and more heartwarming ].)
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cebukitty, I wrote this to simply thank you for those inspiring and kind words you wrote at the post before this. That really made my day, honestly. Onward to being a doctor, then! XD