Pugna and quandaries
There’s currently a super-typhoon waltzing around in the northern part of my country; incidentally, the school that I go to and the dormitory that I reside in temporarily is also in that northern part. To obviate any catastrophe, our president declared today as a day without classes. This is all good, as I haven’t done any of my homework yet, but what makes it better is that tomorrow, we also have no classes because we’ll celebrate one of the foremost people who formed the Philippine republic. That would mean that we’d have four straight days without classes â€“ from Thursday to Sunday. However, sloth that I am, I wasted today (Thursday) doing nothing but sleeping, watching anime, and playing DotA. I had fun, however, because I really became better with Pugna to the extent of being the one who carried our team to victory with a Heart of Tarrasque and two Aegis. It was definitely a fun day, having experimented with different builds of Pugna, but it was also a regrettably forgettable day when placed in the context of academics. I was just too damn lazy, and I loved it (sadly).
It seems that the maximum amount of time I can spend on studying and being diligent is only two weeks, and those two weeks are chronologically located at the start of the semester until two weeks after it. After that, I disintegrate and become someone engrossed with different things: none of those things are studying, however. I really am amazed with people who can tolerate the tedium and the repetition, because I can’t. I can’t just sit and read a textbook; right now, I haven’t even done my homework. It’s much more fun to play DotA or watch anime. (~POOOOOOOOGNA!!!)
My God. I am an abhorrent person.
Then again, there’s always tomorrow. I hope I can deal with my subjects and impending exams better tomorrow. I wish I would not waste that time on DotA. But I’ll still watch anime, and since I’ve just discovered Kemonozume today, I have another show I will want to follow.