I believe I have this remarkable ability to be able to cover my emotions to a certain degree. It is like, I can keep my face neutral, or smirk, or smile as if nothing happened. Basically, I can prevent myself from showing extreme emotions.
Naturally, this can be a very useful skill, since it prevents people from knowing what I'm really thinking all the time. So you won't know if I'm excited, or upset, or whatever. Of course, it can also be bad sometimes, since it prevents people from knowing what I'm really thinking all the time. So you won't know if I'm excited, or upset, or whatever.
The point I'm bringing up here is that even though I may show only 3 emotions on a regular basis (laughing, stoning, or neutral), I can safely assure you that I do experience the same range of emotion that other more expressive people feel.
And while we're on this subject, I must say that I most certainly do not appreciate doors being slammed/closed/pushed shut in my face. In fact, in case you didn't know, I find it somewhat rude. Especially if my face happens to be about an inch away from the door. I mean, it's one thing if I was being a exceedingly irritating for the past half an hour or so. In such a case, I would think that would be justified. It's a totally different matter, however, if I had spent 15 minutes of my study time trying to help you solve a technical problem you encountered, and I was going back to give you a piece of information that you might have needed to know. I mean, yeah, your talk/program/whatever may be more important than me, but the least you could do is be polite right? Right?
Ok, on to other things. So anyway, today Kairos went down to Merchant Court for a spot of food, thanks to the generosity of Uncle P who very kindly treated us to it. Food was great, but I somehow didn't feel quite so hungry, so I didn't eat a lot. Heh. It helps when you're trying to lose weight, to not eat too much. It was nice to have some time of chilling out with your peers, and being able to relax. Yup.
3 tests (or is it 4?) coming up next week... help...