Going to work every night makes me feel like I'm in Hogwarts for the TriWizard tournament. And it's awesome. People speaking in different language kinda makes me feel like I'm in an International School or something. More like Hogwarts! (as mentioned) Anyways, been friends with folks from Nepal and Vietnam. They're awesome! I like some people from the Philippines on my line as well. They probably have no choice too but to be friends with me but the bus!! Oh the bus. People who talk about other people! (well isn't that what I'm doing now?) THE PUN. But I would't be talking about them if they were a little nicer. Not all of course. Some. Hasty generalization attacks. Not good.
Hearing people speak though makes my head ache sometimes. Like, they speak so fast and I don't really understand any of it. Math lessons are better somehow you know because at least they teach it in English although sometimes I'm just as clueless.
So yeah I mentioned my friends. My two weeks of stay made me realize two things. First, people from Nepal are generally friendly. Second, is when I meet a Vietnamese, the first thing I would ask them is if they know MICHELLE PHAN. Why? LOL. I don't know but she's really pretty famous so yeah. But turned out they don't know know. Why?
Also, I learned that Vietnamese people are fond of eating random meat? Is it just they Viet guy in the bus or is it all of them? I don't know but a girl would ask whether she have had that kind of meat and then he would show pictures of them eating. Isn't it weird? On the other hand, I have heard that people from Nepal don't eat beef meat. You learn a lot really. And all I could contribute is that I'm half Japanese. They seem pretty amazed too. Back to the people of Nepal though, they're nice but sometimes they're noisy. I can't sleep on board because of them. Well that's life.
As I am typing this, I have missed my train because I act like I have all the time in this world ALLTHE TIME. If I miss my bus to work, we all know I won't be able to go to work. I would just go home then. And face the consequences. And probably pretend I'm sick. Life of me. That's all guys! See you!