After a week haven't post any new thing, with a blink of an eye (make it 20160 times - an average of 1 or 2 blink in a minute. And that is only one of your eyes). As you may recalled, students life is not that easy. Especially in this Asia region. It's more towards academic excellence rather than self developed stuffs like other region are doing. If you put in more simpler words, I need to read more than any average student in Europe or America to pass my examination.
Nevertheless, a week of 3 major tests, Arabic listening test, Arabic oral test (I am pretty sure if an Arabian listening to what I have said, he will die in laughter) and a tedious assignment from an arrogant engineer (he's not gonna read it anyway, but we still have to make it more than 10 pages) I felt like my soul has been drained out of my body.
So, without being able to think clearly, I thought I wanna write something about a very bad attitude, selfishness. As it's an attitude that is bad (I hate selfish people!), there would be no good things that I will say. It would be a post like any usual teenage-outrages-mood-swing blog. But then, my primary subject has
finally slowly realize that he's selfish. Just when you thought the fish is on your bait. Thus, I just have to buried it in my countless draft box. Will keep in mind of doing a post similar like that in the future.
Next, I feel a very high urge to write about what I called gender discrimination. People always fumes up when we talk about gender discrimination and instantly assume it was done to women. Do you know that I have found
a case cases about a structured and founded organization to marginally discriminate men? They even have a secret treasurer, secretary and of course a men-head-hunter leader. Interested? You have to wait for a little longer, as I am quite sure that after my shocking revelation, my room will be a lucrative target for them. God bless me.
So, after much ado, I finally decide to talk about a more laid back topic. (as you may notice from the top picture) Fashion! Or specifically teacher's fashion. I know some of you already broke into a smile, thinking about the old looks of your old teacher. Afraid no longer, because here we will talk about it in an open manner. Forgive me if you're one of the teachers discussed here.
I remember one of my English teacher (who has a PHD in English literature) only wears sari every time she in class. She is a good teacher but we miss out most of her lectures due to the distraction cause by her waving sari. It might also due to her soothing and incredibly slow voice like a mum reading a bed time story for her child. She should be a psychiatric.
The point are:
- Does a teacher need to be fashionable?
- People (usually old and not popular) said that if a teacher is fashionable, it will distract the attention from what she was supposed to do (teaching) to her. And that is unethical. Is is true?
- What about a fashionable male teacher? Does he will distract female students (and some of the male students)?
Thank you for waiting for my update :D