acquiesce (verb). to accept, comply, or submit tacitly or passively

March 10, 2009

I have readings to do and questions to respond upon- Yes, I’m going to acquiesce with the demands of my tutors/lecturers and break first-year-uni-etiquette and study.

I have uni from 10am-6pm tomorrow, which means I’m out of the house at 8am and return back onto this bed at 8pm.


Dear Almighty Being (if you do exist),

Please give me the strength and will power to survive tomorrow.  I know you have created this awesome drink known as V (or Red Bull as an alternative) which is possibly sufficient, but I need the will power to sit through these lectures and actually stay awake and alert.


Regards, Maggie.

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