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Hmmm alright, since i stated that i STILL wanna blog, i shall do a proper one now.
This whole week was the HAI experiential week, etc. consist of camps, workshops, talks, field trips. The school wanted us to get away from the everyday studying life. WELL THIS YEAR, I RATE, 4/10. One reason, The sec 4 cohort, the workshops were not planned/organized in a way which is quite messy. Well, some classes had CHINESE LESSONS ALL THE WAY. Thats crazy man, having CHINESE LESSONS? You might as well call it school, not some experiential. HAHA. This occurred because most of the teachers went to camp with the Sec 3s, making it lack of teachers in the school. SO, I GUESS ONLY CHINESE TEACHERS WERE FREE TO HELP OUT. But it was also quite interesting at least it was not Chinese lessons marathon, there was a Chinese Song Writing Workshop. Well, i'm so glad my class was not stuck with CHINESE. The school specially invited a well known speaker in Singapore to come and talk to us about life skills. It was very motivational, i learnt to me more self independent and making the right decisions in my life, later on. Well, there is this part of this life skills workshop on choosing the right job in my future. So i marked out all my values i had on the paper, at first i wanna be a entrepreneur but i had seconds thoughts, i don't have the right values so i'm not capable of becoming one. Becoming a entrepreneur is only my desire (forced too), but later i found out i want a job where i can share my thoughts and help others, so i made up my decisions to become psychologist. I wanna help people to fulfill their goals and make their life better by lending a helping ear and curing their mental illness. WELL, IT ALL DEPENS ON HOW I DO WELL IN MY EXAMS NOW. I intend to either pursue my career in Business Admininstraion OR Psychology and Drama. WELL PLAN SO FAR ALREADY. HAHA. We'll just see in a few years time. By the way, i really find this workshop useful. I'm gonna thank the speaker one day! :) ALRIGHT ENOUGH OF BLOGGING~


Now Personal Life,

Okay things have not been going well lately. CAN YOU BELIEVE THERES THIS PERSON WHO STALKS MY TWEETS AND GETS OFFENDED? I'M NOT LIKE REFERRING TO HER OR ANYTHING? I HAVE BEEN FRIENDS WITH HER FOR ALMOST LIKE 3 YEARS ALREADY SHE STILL DON'T KNOW ME? COME ON, DON'T BE SENSITIVE, AND WHEN I SCOLD PEOPLE I DON'T REFER TO NAMES.
SO STOP BEING SO SENSITIVE AND TELL THE WHOLE WORLD I'M TALKING ABOUT YOU ONE ADVISE IF YOUR READING THIS, CLEAN YOUR OWN BUTT BEFORE TO CLEAN OTHERS. Period.



NOW TALKING ABOUT BLOGGING IN THE FUTURE. Stop typing in caps DAMIEN!
Hahaha, i wanna become a professional blogger and a youtube comedian or a vlogger that blogs about my every day life, i hope its gonna work out fine.
I just need a camcorder. Thats what i want now.

I NEED TO BUY A POLAROID AND A HOLGA TOO, BUT I THINK I'LL LEAVE THAT TILL NEXT YEAR :( I HAVE NO $$$$$$$$. If not i'm going for an interview at Cotton On since i'm 16 already >:) (MORE PAY THAN MY CURRENT ONEEEE)


i'll now try to earn money by doing youtube videos.

goodbye (: SMILES


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