I’ve learned several things over the course of the week.

For example that I should probably print out cards containing a brief synopsis of what happened with me in Japan and why I’m home. It’d be a lot less embarrassing/painful to hand those out rather then retell and relive countless times.

That people still assume studying abroad is without a price to pay. Something like being a student in Hungary, except a lot better.

That I can’t tell what I’m planning to do now because – frankly – I have no idea either.

That I still have the emotional maturity and social skills of a Hollywood teen comedy protagonist – you know the one that makes all the stupid mistakes and behaves like a moron. Only in real life there’s no happy ending at some airport.

And finally that people really don’t change: once a flop, always a flop.

One Reply to “Squib”

  1. I’m gonna keep this short and sweet as I don’t want to lecture anyone or argue w how people feel (even though I disagree w most of your points). You’re my favourite on twitter. Take care and don’t turn what I’ve just said into something negative about you.

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