Saturday, May 7

Observation

The older I get, the more comfortable I am with how long this it taking me.

At this rate, I could be here for ever.

5 Comments:

Anonymous lily said...

Is forever really that bad? Is what we're working towards really that great? Sure, our friends who have left uni and found full-time employment don't seem like losers anymore and have a lot more money than we do, but i would take my uni life over the '9 to 5' working-regime anyday. All i know is that all my friends are already a bit worn out and tired after 2 years of employment (yeah, admittedly, they are a bit weak) and are dead jealous that i'm still bumming around through uni.

Anyway, this is the point which i keep reminding myself to keep from doing some serious self-harm as i'm completing yet another essay off in the absolute last minute... (Oooh, dark..)

5:58 PM  
Blogger Erica said...

I've always been told by working folks that Uni is so much better, and to stay here as long as possible. The only problem with that is the gigantomungous HECS debt that accumulates with years of fuffing around from one course to the next, repeating failed subjects, and just generally taking your time. But there's an up side - you can always move overseas and never have to pay off your HECS!

12:56 PM  
Blogger The Student said...

I'm thinking i'll change my identity, spend $10,000 on plastic surgery, skip the state and never pay the GARGANTUAN hecs debt i owe.

5:59 PM  
Blogger usch said...

I just added up my hecs for the first time... after 4 years of a double degree.

This is terrifying.

10:47 AM  
Blogger The Student said...

I'm pretty careful with money - but i refuse to add up my hecs debt - i refuse to verify it's existance. I won't even blog about it.

11:59 AM  

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