And I'd apologise for the terrible picture quality but it'd be stupid because an apology insinuates that I'm going to try rectify it and I'm not. This is what you're getting chums.
"Everyone's a madman."
is all for one stupid set of tests at the age of 16. (I also feel the need to point out how extremely close came to quoting Puff Daddy.) It's all about grades and standards and seeming smart. But they (which I make to sound as if it's some secret organisation of monks who possess demonic powers) forget that an A means nothing from anywhere other than an economical standpoint. A means a high paid job and cars and wealth. A means taking a subject I don't even like and draining myself every lesson just to try and fake some sort of enjoyment. A means constant revision and tears at night. And for what? Because of what? Grades work on fear. The idea that you'll screw up our future keeps you motivated and that's not how I want to feel any longer. It's like everyone expects me to get A's and all I want is to get out of there. I don't like the feeling of knowing that I may fail. It's funny how that's the only thing going through my mind at school. ( I don't get how that's funny. That's actually quite upsetting.)
School ( written considerably larger than everything else and surrounded by a fancy jagged bubble) - Fucking with young minds since the very beginning!