“You and Aizat (bukan nama sebenar) were supposed to see me at 2pm in APB today”
Please mark the word WERE written above.
WERE = past tense for ARE
-----> pragmatically explained that we WERE not there.
I WASN’T there, for the meeting.
Kre-ji. [read: gi-la @ crazy]
I’m a dead meat.
I was doing my market survey, way in Mont Kiara and she texted me to remind me of my carelessness bout my ‘master-jee’ business.
I texted her back, apologized for my ‘mild alzheimer’ side effects (forgetting her, my mr. proposal and everything about my master-jee businesses when they’re actually always there, at the back of my head).
And, to my pleasant surprise,
She DID NOT reply.
Enough said. The rest is history.
In a split second, many things could happen should you missed or just couldn’t care-less bout your study stuff and all that.
Just imagine for an one hour.
Or for the rest or your master-jee life.
Fine. This is not cool anymore, muna (bukan nama sebenar).
One GREAT lesson, don’t ever mess up with your lecturer/supervisor for such academia thingy.
Forgetting your real business, is a disaster
Not being alert with your schedule, is another disastrous disaster.
Mess up with your supervisor, is just another disastrously disastrous disaster.
There gone, my reputation.
What a disastrously disastrous disaster disaster.