pettifogger (noun). a petty, unscrupulous lawyer; a person who squibbles over trivia

March 20, 2009

ThankGod it’s the weekends.
No more uni means more time for myself and to do things that I enjoy! Rejoice! :D

Goodbye blog (for now), hello social life (for a bit) and study (nerd)

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One Response to “pettifogger (noun). a petty, unscrupulous lawyer; a person who squibbles over trivia”

  1. TIMSUN Says:

    WEEKEND WEEKEND WEEKEND.

    I GET TO DO ASSIGNMENTS YAY

    Also re; Int. Studies. Is it just me or do we not have a lot of work to do? I dunno how different it is at Mac compared to to UNSW is though; subject-wise I get the impression yours is more based on politics and relations while mine is essentially “YAY ARTS COURSE MAJOR IN [INSERT LANGUAGE HERE] EXCEPT WITH A BETTER NAME AND A SUBSIDISED OVERSEAS COMPONENT AND A MANDATORY INTERNSHIP”

    Although maybe that’s just cause all my first semester subjects and culture / history related. :D

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