Sunday, 15 August 2010


Have you heard of the frog in the boiling pot? The frog's body temperature will go higher as the water in the boiling pot increases. Its body will adapt the surroundings and eventually boil itself to death.

Perhaps I've not been myself. I noticed that my attitude is like the above mentioned.
It's just the beginning of the 3rd week, and I'm beginning to be sick.

Here's an excerpt from a convo I typed out to a friend:
-=chloe=- says:
*i really dont wanna mingle around
*i wanna be on my own and clear my head abit
*unfortunately new friends will help 'survive' the new campus
*i mean u know right, loners are pretty pathetic people
*and then they are like social outcasts

*it's like i wanna stick to old friends
*like you guys
*and those from segi
*but i have to make new friends
*and i dont wanna go through that whole process of being careful of what i say, eat and do
*it's tiring.
*i hate small talk

I'm sorry I can't adapt to changes. I despise changes. I don't know who I can trust anymore. I don't know why I can't take it. Perhaps the comfort zone has been too comfy for my own benefit.