Thursday, June 23, 2011

Can’t Seem to Get Very Interested

You know it’s almost impossible for me to study in an empty library? Not because it is a remainder of how almost everybody in my building is home with their families…

No. It turns out I really need someone shooting me the "Study,-bitch,-that’s-why-you’re-here” look… Without that, I’m just an exceptionally cute bimbo who gets distracted by shiny objects.

Prepare yourself for a very accurate dramatization of what happens inside my head while I study alone:

1700: I’ll study for an hour, take a short break and then study some more…

1702: A vector subspace is a space inside a vector space… That’s so funny… I should make a graphic of this and post it on the internet; something like invection... No. That’s not funny at all.

1706: I wonder who decided there’s a whole universe of vectors…

1707: What I really wonder is what is like to have an erection…

1710: Vectors… Stupid little vectors – Wait! What was that? Did that led on my phone just blinked…? Nope. No, it didn’t.

1712: Danger! Danger! High Voltage! When we touch! When we kiss!♪ Man, I wish I could just get that fucking song out of my head… lol, no, I don’t; is awesome.

1715: OMG! Look at me! I’m balancing a pen with just my nose!

1718: I hate vectors.

1721:  Don’t you wanna know how we keep starting fires? It’s my desire! IT’S MY DESIRE!… I’m so glad no one came in when I decided to suddenly jump off my chair…

1727: Ok, that led totally blinked now… Yes! I got mail! omg just like that movie…!!

1729: Oh, he’s so funny. I should answer this email now…! NO! Woman, control yourself; first, you study, then, you answer emails.

1734: ██████ private ████ ████ █████ █████ little █████████ fantasy ████ ███ ███████ you █████ ███ ███ ██████ ███ ███ ████ really ████ █████ don’t ███ ██ ████  ███ ████ ███████ need ████  █████ ██ ███ ██████ ███████ to ███ ███████ know ███████████ ████ ███ █████ ████ █ █████… Should I change panties now or later?

1739: What? What am I doing glancing at other girl’s books?! My seat is at the other side of the room… How the hell did I get here? I don’t even care about finances!

1741: I understand this so well; maybe I don’t need to study… Wait! Is that a 4? That doesn’t make sense at all!

1743: I’m so going to fail.

1751: Oh… It’s a 1… That I understand. Note to self: Work on your calligraphy.  

1755: ♪When we touch! When we kiss!♪

1756: Well, that’s as close to an hour as you can get. I’ll take my very well-deserved break now. Note to self: Don’t act surprise when you fail.

Now, I’m not trying to be funny but I should really go study.


  1. Sometimes I think I couldn't possibly adore you more and then you post something like this. Haha, it's so true. I've been distracted by the thought of you in your own 'Danger, High Voltage!' video myself while trying to study. It's a shame my classes are online and it's just too easy to check my gmail and Facebook when I develop attention deficit. Who can study when they have such entertaining friends as you? <3

  2. 1707: What does an erection feel like? I never thought about it actually. Well, with pants on, it constricts the leggings on the left side of your pants. If you're standing up, it bends at the base (the point where it connects with the body). It doesn't hurt, but you definitely feel it. It warms your whole left thigh, and it sometimes pulsates. This is kind of eye opener. Describing an erection must be the male equivalent to women looking at their pussies in a mirror. All in all, it feels good, especially when there's a vagina on it :D

  3. I believe you have regular erections, girl, especially around 17:34 there. Comparing how your nipples and clit feel to what my male parts feel, beyond the simple size difference, does indeed require a side-by-side, or top-and-bottom, extended study...

  4. You should get a somewhat cute but nerdy boy to give you extra lessons. Preferably math, physics or computer sciences majors. That should take care of all the problems you mentioned in your last few blog entries if you play it right. ;-)

    Also thanks to you I probably won't be able to stop wondering what it'd feel like to have a vagina for the next few days. Thought I'd outlived that one at age 17. -.-

  5. lola i love your posts!
    i haven't commented in forever...

    this is funny, because i am the same way when trying to study. lol @ 1734 :)

  6. I would always pull the "I'll start studying at 8:00" *looks at clock, it reads 8:04* "Guess I'll start at 9:00!" *looks at clock, it's 9:07* Ok, I'll just start at 10:00..."

    Lather, rinse, repeat.

  7. Thanks, now I can't stop thinking about gay bars.

  8. Poor vectors, what did they ever do to you? They are just a magnitude and direction.

    Just stay away from vector matrices or linear algebra in general. I like math and all, but doing multiplication between two 4x4 matrices’ is mind numbing work.

  9. Linear algebra was one of my favourite topics; I enjoyed it so much that I even took the advanced linear algebra course afterwards. Of course, it's not nearly as fun when you don't know how to code (on the computer, that is) yourself row reduction and matrix multiplication functions so that all subsequent assignments practically write themselves. You still have to do mind-numbing work on the exam, though.

    Linear algebra stops being nice and linear after a while, particularly with the introduction of eigenstuff. But that just makes it even more intriguing!

    But yeah, when you don't care much for a particular topic, it's very painful to study for it.

  10. More points regarding erections:

    They're awesome and they make you feel alive, but they can , and will, definitely & randomly come out of nowhere when sex is the last thing on your mind.

    What you wear on any particular day will also affect it a bit. I happen to own a pair of overalls that I really love, but I avoid wearing them too often because I've noticed that I'll get a stiffy much more often whenever I wear them. One time this incredibly attractive girl came into the restaurant I was working at some months back, and I swear I had to run back behind the bar until my body returned to normal.
    Hell, it was just coming back just as I was typing that last paragraph!

    I remember someone once pointing out that (and I'm going to paraphrase here...), "Having a penis between your legs is like having a spear and constantly feeling the urge to stab something with it."
    I wholeheartedly agree!

    There's definitely more to be said, but anyway, it's a great sensation, and I would most likely give up on life if I were to one day lose my gear somehow - God forbid!
    ...aaand your next entry should totally detail a day in the life of a vagina!

  11. Good luck with your studying. It may feel so pointless right now but everything you do now matters in a way you couldn't know now.

  12. @ dith. Well, I take the compliment, thank you :* I supposedly go to the library to avoid having my laptop as a distraction but it turns out it’s a pretty useless strategy if you have a blackberry.

    @NYC. I like looking at my pussy it the mirror… I have a very pretty and proportional pussy. OMG, that’s something I never thought I’d say to anybody!

    @Bob. I guess neither you or I would be able to compare and contrast both. What a shame.

    @Dom. I’m feeling like a feminist today so… I just need my math notes and a vibrator! Muaha *Forever Alone*

    @Bree. So I’m not the only one who starts going on about sexual scenarios when she’s trying to study math...? That’s actually a relieve.

    @Danni. I’m procrastinating just right now.

    @Adam. And now I can’t stop thinking about what I got to put in you ;D

    @Lee. And modest. MODEST!

    @Jules. Oh… That’s just a fraction of my exam ):

    @xarnae. Where do I sign for the “too painful to study”?

    @Martin. My biggest wonder is how uncomfortable is when you have relatively tight pants on… I know there’s no way to compare but a vagina is way better… Science says so; we have way more sensitivity down there.

    @Sun. Lies… Those are all lies. The only thing that college teaches you is how to answer exams.

  13. @Lola HAHAHA!!! Seriously, that was hot! Well, maybe one day I can see for myself ;)

  14. Your last answer (the one to Sun) is the truer I ever read on this blog. School\College is completely useless in real\work life. Being able to answer questions is not what one needs to find a job\live.

    "You have a good oral proficiency" everyone always told me. Yeah, I'm going to give blowjobs for the rest of my life.


    This i why you study stuff in college/at university that practically no one ever really needs in real life.

    You're welcome

  16. I grew up in a system where every year, forty thousand engineering student candidates take week-long exams (at least 3 or 4, filling over a month) to be ranked and choose their school on a highest-ranked-first basis.
    It tests your ability to answer tests in a stressful environment.
    Companies hire/pay you mainly based on which school you graduate from, which represents how you compared, 3 years earlier, to all these other candidates (trying to solve problems under stress, which quite a few companies believe is a decent yardstick).
    I've been told it's not the best system, but it's hard to figure out what a "best" system would be.

    What you learn at school is relevant but usually insufficient to do your job, but a company hiring a new grad knows that. If they didn't want to train you, they'd pay more for someone with experience. They need you to have a balanced base of knowledge on which to build practical skills. In many cases, if you taught the skills in college, they either wouldn't apply by the time you graduate or make you too specialized to find the corresponding job. (short-cycle diplomas address that need)

  17. :P I meant in terms of gettin closer to obtaining your credentials to do the job you want to. You gotta wade through a lot of crap, but that crap counts towards grad school if that is your plan.

  18. @NYC. I would want to see it for myself if it wasn’t me we were talking about.

    @Nah. You know there’s always prostitution, huh?

    @dom. Yeah… I’m not going to read that. I will smile and nod, however.

    @bob. Well… I wouldn’t be in college right now if I really didn’t believe in the system.

    @Sun. To grad school…! That’s a relieve.

  19. Oh come on it's not even that much, or that badly written.

    Basically the signaling theory applied to job markets says that extremely put nothing you'll ever learn in school will ever be actually useful for a job. But that doesn't matter because you don't go to school and get good grades to acquire the skills you'll actually need. You get degrees in order to show potential employers that you're more productive/learn faster than others.

  20. Yeah, yeah, of course my “college is useless” comment was a joke… If I didn’t believe in the system I wouldn’t be part of it.