How many schools did I go to?
3. 1 primary coed school. 2 all-girl secondary schools. Guess lah.
I have very few memories of my primary school. Barely any memories of my first secondary school. And the fun started in the last.
Was I the studious nerd, or the last minute hero?
The intention was always to be the studios nerd... and then procrastination seduces me put away my studying to play computer games or watch cartoons on tv (sorry ma!). But for the ALL-IMPORTANT-BIG-GOVERNMENT-EXAMS like PMR and SPM I got a bit more serious. Really.
Was I the class â€˜taikoâ€™ or the teacherâ€™s pet?
Neither. I was always.... there. And loud.
What was the biggest rule I broke in school?
I've always been a pretty good student, no hardcore rule-breaking. Just very talkative and inattentive. Pretty much a boring nerd. That's why I'm making up for lost time now. *hIc*
Three subjects I enjoyed.
Biology - I liked learning how living organisms worked. If I wasn't born in this country, might have gone further with it. Oh, and I also enjoyed cutting up things. I remembered one time when we had to use our own blood to see check out the hemoglobins. I couldn't cut MYSELF so I got a friend to cut my finger. She did... and there was enough blood for the whole class. Bitch. Yes I'm talking about you, you high-flying bigshot of a lawyer down South! Think I've forgotten? I don't THINK so. :)
Modern Math - Next to Additional Math this was a piece of cake with lots of icing and rainbow sprinkles on top.
Accounts - A free "A" served in a gem encrusted silver platter subject. 3 hours for the SPM paper. Nearly the whole class finished the damn thing within 45 minutes or less.
I mean, seriously now, did we REALLY learn anything in school?
Three teachers that
Miss Winnie, primary school music teacher. She was the nicest, most patient, fun-nest teacher I ever had.
Miss Koh, Chemistry teacher. Very petite soft-spoken lady with a commanding Mother Teresa presence. Everytime she steps into the class everybody just shuts up and listens. I don't think we can ever forget her for REDRAWING our graphs/illustrations TO SCALE. WITH A RULER. She even corrected everyone's punctuations, spelling mistakes, underlining..... EVERYTHING. EVERY BOOK. EVERY PAGE. There were 49 (?) students in a class. Respect.
Miss Soh, Economics teacher, pre-u (oklay cheating a bit here this is college not school but so what?). She was my first and THE best Econs teacher ever. The best teachers make you love a subject. I loved Econs. Thank you.
And I'm taggingâ€¦
You know what? Fuck this. Just fuck it.
This shit is making me nostalgic.
So, a shout out to all my schoolmates, you know who you are,
COME BACK RIGHT NOW FROM WHEREVER YOU ARE AND GIVE ME ALL YOUR MONEY, BITCHES.