Yes, well, you’ve probably guessed by now that they have English classes at my school. And, yes, I have to participate in them.
OK well it is SOOOOOOOO ridiculously boring. It is just so degrading having to repeat the alphabet three times a week. I almost fall asleep I’m so bored. And you know what? The good old Japanese “no-expections” motto ensures I have to endure every single class. It SUCKSSS real bad.
Ah, well. This is part of the whole experience, right……right?
Even worse, I have to do all the homework! Which is a lot! AKA writing out letters! And words! Like “you”!!! And about 20 pages’ worth, too.
You know what? I’m going to REFUSE. Yes, that’s right my young ones an oldies, I shall outright refuse. Muahhahahahaha I can’t wait. :p That probably won’t go down too well, but really. This is ridiculous!
So, in conclusion, three 50-minute periods a week my brain is beingf tortured. AND I have the official World’s Worst Homework. This is where I need YOU trusty readers to help me out.
Sunami Girl signing off
SG xxx lurv yas
Well, hello again. How are you all? I’m actually on a high note because I’ve had quite a lot of comments lately.
I’m awfully proud of myself.
Anyway, I probably should have posted this a while ago but yes, I graduated, again. I know, right? Amazing! Ripper! Tremendous! (Okay, the latter was slightly overboard on the whole by-golly-what-a-smashing-idea-Jimmy boat. Ah, well. You know, I’ve always wanted to live in the olden days…which reminds me, a year ago I thought in the 1900s people lived in caves. Bless the good old Aussie education system. Snort all you want, but I rather enjoyed the regular cinema excursions.)
On Tuesday, we travelled into Hiroshima to watch my very first live Japanese soccer game – Adelaide United versus Sanfrecce Hiroshima!!! Naturally, I was an Adelaide supporter, though it was a tough one seeing as I actually play for the youth girls’ Sanfrecce team. But I didn’t regret my decision as we were welcomed happily into the Adelaide supporters area of about…10 people, as well as about 20 or so boys of varying ages who were randomly cheering for Adelaide as well. It was still really nice though to talk Australian to real Australian people, something I’ve been kind of lacking lately – Skype just doesn’t make the cut. Most of them would have travelled over here as a holiday-game double whammy. Anyway, it was really fun!!!
Another highlight was the misseling of ‘United’ on the massive electronic billboard. (The mistake was because they spelt it how it sounds.) Sorry about the sidewaysness, the Annoying Web Hoster makes it unchangeable. D:
Oh, and check out this Adelaide supporter’s sign: