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May 15, 2008

I can't stand the arrogance and abrasiveness of one of my so-called friends. Even if she used to be a doctor in her country and is most probably the valedictorian of our batch, I believe she has become a know-it-all and I don't think she's realized that. It sucks having to put up with that kind of attitude almost everyday.

Just imagine this. You approach a person just to state your opinion or observation, or maybe even just to state a fact, and you get a response that sounds like that person thinks that what you just said is useless or stupid. Or you nicely or sweetly ask that person about her choice on something and she coldly tells you, "Whatever. I don't care." It's all frigging annoying when that person keeps doing it and you see her do that even to your professors in class. And sometimes she feels she has the right to say who's ugly and who's not when she herself is physically imperfect.

This all tells me she is not smart at all. She must be pretty full of herself.

 

P.S. Well, a lot of other petty things are bothering me since I got home from school. And the temperature here in the city is almost 30 degrees Celsius. Damn,  I can't concentrate on my studies! Yell

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