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Old 07-01-2005, 05:34 PM   #21
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Why do I have to be the asshole all the time?? I wasnt trying to be one, it might be all the testo flowing through my veins. Anyway, I get up at 6 in the morning, and takes a shower, brush my teeth, blaahahha, and then head to school. My classes starts at 8:00, gotta hate the 3000 level chemistry and bio courses. Anyway, I have two hour break from 12-2, so I head to the gym, do my workout and then take another shower and go back to classes if I feel like it. I get out around 3:30, then I have to be at work by four. I get out of work by about 10:30, and its really close to my house, so I have about an hour and a half to study and do my homework. Ofcourse, u cant forget ur best friend, sleep 12-6, and the schedule goes on and on and on, except for minor changes in saturday and sunday, those days I dont get up until 12 in the afternoon.
lmfao, the best part about apoc's schedule
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Old 07-01-2005, 07:12 PM   #22
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