Saturday, 28 March 2015

Mission Complete

I think it's about time I wrote a post that I'm sure teenage boys all across the country, all across the world even, can in some way or another relate to, plus it ties in nicely with the open-armed welcoming of the completion of our engineering project.

Girls.

Regardless of whether you're a genius computer programmer or social prodigy, it appears almost impossible to crack the code that's responsible for these puzzling enigmas being so very esoteric by nature, but hard-wired with personalities that are just as cryptic.

Now, I've never been one to go out 'on the pull' as such, however my attention was yesterday drawn to an attractive and rather unfortunately unnamed young lady. What's more is that she was a brunette, which you'll think is fairly strange if you've read this post here.

I'll start from the very beginning.

Monday, 9 March 2015

Untitled: Miscellaneous

"Gio, are you going to write about this on your blog?"

I've had this question posed to me in a somewhat strange frequency over the last couple of weeks, and some of you may too be wondering where I've been Although, having said that, it's not unusual for me to disappear for months at a time, quite like Kim Jong Un - North Korea's self proclaimed world hide-and-seek champion - if you squint hard enough.

But likening the situation to that of our younger selves when we 'forgot' to hand in homework by the set deadline, my excuse story this time includes moving house, working and mock exams I'd rather not be reminded of. But of course, I never failed to complete my homework on time and similarly never once had to resort to the use of the classic 'my dog ate it.'

I did today, however, swear blind that we were never set work when it was this morning demanded by one our two biology teachers. Now, I'm not one to exaggerate, but either she is out of her mind or 90% of our class have developed some sort of degenerative disease that wholly affects our hearing. I'm not joking, it couldn't have been more than three people who got out of lunchtime detention.