Fortunately, I finished school earlier because there's no scout activity and no more course on Saturday! This is a truly weekend! I'm so happy like asdfghjkl lol.
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Lately, I realized that I got a karma. I feel like my brain doesn't work like it used to. When I study, my brain starts freezing. I never work just to work. It's some combination of laziness and self-respect. My laziness makes me dumber. I slept on 8/9pm in the past 3 weeks because I didn't got a lot of assignments. I could literally get my 9-10 hours in a day. Even so, I still got sleepy in class. Weird, huh?
One day at the course, I couldn't solve a math problem and my friend who sat beside me (not to underestimate, I'm not saying she's stupid, I just have more desire to struggle than her.) said "Fool you, kiddo! This number is a piece of cake!". Geez, I really wanna slap her on the face, but this is my fault. I didn't focus at the class when the teacher's explaining the lesson. From this case, I deduce that DO NOT EVER UNDERESTIMATE SOMEONE'S ABILITY AND DO NOT EVER USE "FOOL" WORD TO COMMENT SOMEONE'S WORK. Trust me, it really hurts!
This brain matter is really a matter. I wanna get over it but the laziness has killing my diligence. Any solution, dude? Leave it below on comment box! :D
Here are some fact of things that make you dumber :
- A study showed that steady sugar consumption for as little as six weeks slows the brain, hampering memory and learning.
- An experiment determined that chewing gum impairs short-term memory for both item order and item identity.
- A study showed that children who watched fast-paced cartoons like SpongeBob performed poorer at a mental test than those who watched an educational show or those who drew.
Maybe the amount of MSG in ind*mie is another causes of becoming dumber. :p
"Know the true value of time; snatch, seize, and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness, no laziness, no procrastination: never put off till tomorrow what you can do today." - Lord Chesterfield