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June 9, 2006

I think I feel more senioritis now than when I was a senior.


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  1. you know, I don’t think I ever got “senioritis.”  it was more just a boredom with school in general and apathy for what I was “learning” in most of my classes… but I still kept driving forward with my work… weird how that combo worked out. 

  2. You’ve got a strong immune system, hehe.

  3. but wait, i don’t get how you could have senioritis when you aren’t in school, like without any work to do. :-
    I’m TRYING TO UNDERSTAND THIS MADNESS so explicate chris, explicate!!!

  4. lol. senioritis hit me like a hammer. now i actually wish i was back in school

  5. I just mean I really don’t feel like doing anything productive.  I haven’t really had anything to do in the last week, and I could be reading a bunch of books I’ve wanted to read for a while, like the Da Vinci Code, or maybe trying to find some last-minute scholarships, but I just don’t feel like it.  Instead I’ve hung out with friends, gotten addicted to Minesweeper, played DDR like crazy, surfed Xanga, surfed Gaia, played video game songs on the piano, looked at old yearbooks and comic books, etc.  Maybe it’s just a result of it being summer and the first time in a long while that I haven’t had any major obligations, but I feel like if I had a summer reading list this year or something like that, I’d be totally screwed.

  6. Whereas this only happened with The Power Game during the year.

  7. DDR!?!?!?!?!?!
    invite me over if you got it

  8. Now that I think about it….I think I have senioritis still because all I am doing is sleeping.

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