PEOPLE! I ROLLED ON THE FLOOR AND LAUGHED SO HARD SINCE AGES. IN. MY. NO-GOOD SCHOOL.
The reason? I missed an A in geography just because I didn't say 'Poland' was a neighboring country of 'Belgium'.
YES PEOPLE. BELGIUM. lololololololololol.
My teacher's been reading too much of Poland. She's been using the reference to Poland on almost every similar situation. Like, there's a question in my Text book, "Mention the three neighbours of Belgium". So here I was, like, puffing my chest in pride after answering the question, and then suddenly the teacher says, "It's France, Germany and Poland. -5 points for Astrid."
Say, have you ever seen a balloon go off when its mouth is released? My reaction was exactly that.
Apparently, she's never heard of a country called "Netherlands". Sorry, Kage-sama. No disrespect.
@Aizawa - Don't let that bother you. Your wife's a wonderful woman, and I'm sure you are going to have an even wonderful life with her and your baby. Arguments are common, and it's actually a sign of a healthy relationship. Just don't let the bickering cross the limit. I'm sure she'll accept your apology soon.
Don't keep your spirits down ^^
@RockRabbit - OMG seriously? That must've been what Vel-chan was telling this morning in the Board. So, um, no offense but, how was the experience? Was it.... thrilling, scary, petrifying?
orz Sorry, I wanted to know your experience. The first time I felt an earthquake was during last month. I was visiting my Grandpa and Grandma in India, when a slight tremor of 3 point something gently shook the place. My Grandpapa said it was from the Indonesian Earthquake that happened during the same day. (FYI, they share the same plate)
Anyways, I hope everything will turn for the best.