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DZG camp

Time really does pass when you're having fun. School is gonna start after tomorrow and it's ironic how my previous post was about me hating the holidays and me being all sad when it was starting. Not that i really had fun though, i didn't hang out with my friends, and all i did was study. No shit it's true. With the EOYs coming so soon i really don't want to waste my time. I can't wait till school starts :P

Anyway, today i had a so called di zi gui camp held in school. It's not really a camp since it was like half a day only but i don't know why they called it a camp. Honestly, it wasn't boring, yet it wasn't entertaining. So SW and i met up at our reg place and then went to school. Then we realised we were too early. We sat at these little chairs outside the general office waiting for more people to come and then finally someone from our class came and we just sat together to chat about stuff. After a while, zhuang lao shi saw us and asked us if we ate already, and so i said i didn't, and we were like eating but we couldn't finish it.

Well then we went up to the hall and there was this long talk by this old teacher and it wasn;t boring. It was terrifyingly nerve-recking. Apparently the old teacher lecturing us were those teachers that would pick out random people to answer her questions so i was like so scared and hid behind yansong the whole time lol.
It makes me so pissed off that the teacher thinks were still at that age where we don't really have a mind of our own and depend on our elders for advice and basically everything. She treated us as if we were primary school children that would listen to whatever an adult would say whether it be greeting people or basic mannerism. We DO listen, it's not that we don't know all this basic courtesy and etiquette. It's just that because were living in a society where a lot of people are very ill-mannered and we adapt. It's not like in the old days where you see your parents and you greet them and bow. Though if you do, then good for you.

Now, in this society a greeting to our parents is already enough. She had this mind where she thinks that after her long lecture we would walk out of school as changed people. Life DOES NOT work that way. If it did, won't we be really gullible then? I mean i know that doing all this "respecting your elders" thing is polite and respectful but we don't need a long lecture about doing it. We already know what it is, how it is, how to do it, and having someone lecture you about it for a tiring one and a half hour, it's boring.

If i have offended you in any way throughout this blogpost, then i sincerely apologise because i am mainly speaking in my point of view.

Anyway, i'm done and look at some of these pics

Bc sw and i are bffs :P


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