Conversation Between The Grubby Pup and Seki
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December 28th, 2012 11:06 PMThe Grubby PupHoly…uh…I think you literally just fried my brain. *holds head* Ai-ya-ya!! >.< So many holidays…It’s hard to keep up. Well, you go there, so I think you already have everything figured out. U know what grade you’re in and how you should handle stuff accordingly.
And yes, dude…what was a wall of text. I think the most I ever seen you wrote me. Lol It was an interesting change of pace…usually I’m the one with the long text. Next time, u might wanna space some. lol
December 28th, 2012 07:09 PMSekiI started on it, just that i lack the motivation to continue, but ya, we have a total of four breaks, one in march, which lasts for one week. One in june, which last for one month, one in september which last for one week, and the last one in nov/december which last for 1 and a half to 2 months. Secondary schools have that 2 months, primary schools have 1 and a half month. But if you're Primary 6 (grade 6), your final exam which is the national exam finishes around early October, and the rest of your schooling days is just fun and games. Which means is like 3 months of holiday. If you're Secondary 4/5 (grade 10/11), which is the gradulating year, your exam ends around late december, if you opt to go to college or techical institudes (spelling), college and the latter starts at January, meaning you only have 1 month of holiday, if you opt to go to Polytechnic (its a kind of school, hard to explain), you will start school at April, which means... (drumroll) 5 months of holiday. College follows the normal holiday system (the first one I spoke above), but for Polytechnic, it has its own system, which I am not sure of.
What a wall of text that is.
December 28th, 2012 10:49 AMThe Grubby PupOh, well…Stuff really is different over there than what it is over here. But…dude…are u telling me, you’ve been outta school for 2 months? U said…that’s how long ur December holidays are. That’s mondo crazy…How I envy that.
So, you say it doesn’t snow where u live? Mmm, interesting, cuz I could say the same for where I live. I’ve seen snow before…but it still rarely does it here.
Anyways, if school starts back on the 3rd you still have a little time to get ur homework done…Still tho, there the thing of YOU not haven’t started on it…and that, mah dude…is muy malo. Best get crackin’ on it, before it WILL be too late to start on it.
December 27th, 2012 10:50 PMSekiNot winter break, its a 2 month holiday, which we called the december holidays. Its not winter break because there's no snow here. And school starts at 3rd, and I have no motivation to do my homework.
December 27th, 2012 09:16 PMThe Grubby Pupdammit...get the f*ck outta here! You had homework during your winter break?!! That's...a cruel and unusual punishment. lol We were work free during the holidays...And we'll be out for one more week. School starts back up on the 7th. :p
December 27th, 2012 03:33 AMSekiYeah, school's gonna reopen for me soon... AND I HAVEN'T DONE A SINGLE HOMEWORK!!
December 26th, 2012 09:19 PMThe Grubby PupMmm, I dunno. Wasn't I the one who started the conversation about jobs and money? lol Okay...let's see...something to talk about. Oh, by the way...Merry Christmas...I know it's late, but I still owe it to you. >.<
As for the conversation...I gotta think about, my mind's drawin' a blink, but I'm sure we'll back on something...we always do, right.
December 25th, 2012 06:50 PMSekiOkay... Well, A NEW TOPIC...... YOU SUGGEST IT, I CAN'T.
December 24th, 2012 09:48 PMThe Grubby PupSame over here. Low paying jobs are jobs where a high school diploma isn’t really necessary. And High paying jobs…the diploma is usually mandatory.
…But I was talking about “Me” and finding a job for myself. Lol Pfft, but whatever…since it’s the holidays I doubt anybody hiring right now anyway…I’m just gonna wait till next year, before putting in anymore application.
And yes, Minimum wage is per hour. For most jobs you usually get paid every two weeks. I know places like Grocery Stores you get paid every week.
December 20th, 2012 05:52 PMSekiLow paying jobs=easy
Higher paying jobs=difficult due to competition from foreigners (aka foreign talent).
Does minimum wage mean per day or per hour? Cos if its $7 USD/day its too little, from where I come from of course, but if its $7 USD/hour, its like over 9000!!! Or simply overkill.
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