I like German and Music. Most of my teachers assume I need extra help in language lessons because I can speak Hebrew fluently, which I find ridiculous. Apparently I'm the only Jewish student that has ever attended the school I currently go to, most likely because A) It's still relatively new B) I live in a town where we are the only Jewish family C) It's a Catholic school. I'm planning on doing a German GCSE even though I have been pestered a lot by various teachers telling me to swap it for something else. I got brought up with Hebrew and learned it at pretty much the same pace I learned English.
#1: I take IB
#2: Studying IB = Death
#3: Studying IB = Boredom to Death
#4: Studying IB --> Having regret on why I took the IB. --> Wishes that I took A-Levels.
#5: Hatred towards IB = No favorite subject.
No one can match their fame. You know its these celebrities that bring to our culture pure shame.
And with misguided vanity our sins multiply - Self-admiration - do or die.
Well I guess I'll lose my life, because of my belief that no one is that perfect.
American history is very obvious for me. I love history (and I'm prob the only 10th grader in the class, at most for the first class for the day )
Besides that, school is usually me
- Contemplating how to knock myself unconscious
- Reading anime (ofc when done with my work),
- Trying to avoid the douchenozzles I hate (A.K.A The popular group)
- Listening to music (when teachers allow it/dont care/arent teaching)
- Talking to friends
Well my Subjects last year and the 2 years before that were actually kinda interesting, I took Psychology,Forensic Science 1 and 2, and Now I take Sociology it's not bad.
I can understand math but it takes me a while to understand it I dislike math, but I get straight A's in all my courses though, even in stuff that is hard for me I usually do good in the long run.