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Hate At First Sight

13 Jun

Against all odds, you don’t expect anyone to have hatred to anyone at their first sight. It has always been love at fight sight. University students always talk about having feelings about members of the opposite gender; the only difference is that every other person they see they fall in love with them. I call these infatuations; heightened feelings that go as far as they come but it only dies out so fast that you don’t even realize it.
My first year of college and mostly the very first weeks was the girlfriend hunting spree. My friends and I went room to room in search of soul mates. After a long night of search we finally got to this room with a lady who by look of things we had all things in common. She was glued to her computer writing essays. I stood back and watched her write, her proficient in typing interested me and this feeling got into me and I surely got moved by her. This was part of her charm or so I thought. Her natural hair killed me the more and superficially she was what you would describe as an angel fallen from heaven.
I reached out to her and brought up a conversation about essay writing as I thought that would have been a common base to scratch from. We kicked off well but after a lengthy discussion and having created a rapport, we thought it would be appropriate if we knew each other more. We talked about our locality and family, you know the hobbies and any interesting stuff. I don’t know what I unnecessary comments I made but up to date I have no idea was transpired but she tells her friends that she hated me ever since. I labeled this hate at first sight.

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The Library

24 May

I don’t know about your campus – I may not be interested in knowing about it in any case, but in my campus it is compulsory that all new students are taken through a tour of the main and indeed common premises in campus. As you would expect, the library has to be part of such a tour. When I was in my first year and we were being taken through the tour of the library, I couldn’t help noticing the serious faces that were in the library. All I could see were focused faces either deeply immersed in their laptops doing stuff or reading books that looked really intimidating.

In my wisdom or lack of it thereof I made a mental note to be like those people sooner rather than later after settling in campus. At the time, I was working as an assistant lead essayist in a thesis writing services company that also offered research paper services-though on small scale for the case of the research papers-and I must admit that my life was fairly good. Two or so weeks after the library tour I decided to go the library on my own to experience what really went on there.

I didn’t have much to do at my work place and so I had intended to spend some considerable time in the library. When I got there however, I realized that there were very few serious people in the library. The majority of students that were there had gone to read novels, watch pornographic movies or surf the internet without disturbance. I was flabbergasted because that is the last thing I had expected. As you should know by now, there is an exception to every rule and there was a small group of students in serious study in the library. From that day henceforth I decided never to go the library unless I couldn’t totally help it.