I should be studying right now. I promised to "forgive" myself for cutting property class if I immediately studied after I got home. So why am I blogging away instead of hitting the books? Have I no control?! Am I that weak-willed?! Yup and yup.
Anyway, I've always been a very forgiving person so I'm sure I'll end up forgiving myself for this transgression. As for my punishment for myself, I'll just limit my Go Nuts Donuts intake this week to 3 instead of my usual 4 (desert is very important IMHO). Grabe! I'm so disciplined it's almost bootcamp like :)
The virus that's been going around has finally hit me too. I have tonsilitis (which was aggravated by a chocolate donut earlier today Sabi ko na nga ba wrong mistake yung donut na yon, but what a way to go...) and a persistent cough that's making it difficult for me to hide in the background during class time. I personally believe in the "no sudden movements" rule during class time. I think the professors are just jamming when they say that they call students for recitation at random, they even make a show of shuffling the cards and then pulling one out from the middle. Oh c'mon, I know that they WILL the card they want to appear. They're THAT devious.
So anyway, you can just imagine how impossible it is to play invisible when you're coughing the sticky phlegm out from your lungs.
Jill: Shit...di ako nag-aral (cough-cough). I hope he doesn't (cough) call (cough) me. (attempting to activate invisibility mode)
Prof: So who's the lucky person to be roasted today. (card shuffle) Ah, Sabitsana!
Of course, my theory hasn't been scientifically proven yet, but I can feel that it's just a matter of time before it is finally revealed that the secret requirement in order to qualify as a professor in law is a keen sense of "bulakbol radar". For how do you explain them calling on you to recite on the one and only case, out of a stack of 20, which you sadly failed to read? Coincidence? I think not.