Things are looking better.

The huge row at college seems to have quietened a little, with the principal asking us to submit apology letters signed by our parents. Seems really silly and I feel like I’m being treated like a school kid. But this probably what I get for playing like a school kid at college! 😛

Wonder why are all principals short-tempered?!

4 responses to “Things are looking better.”

  1. Glad the incident is getting cleared up, and with not too much in the way of restitution being required. I think principals are paid to be short-tempered. 🙂

  2. Aha, I agree. And if they are anything but short-tempered they’re probably majorly overpaid.
    Though, that is pretty childish, the whole making your parents sign it. While they’re at it remind them not to miss the PTA meetings for the bake sale. lol
    btw, happy bday. it’s not of any relevance now. 🙂

  3. Thanks Mary. I was wishing the same too. With my internal tests going on, I must be all too happy for it to have cleared this easily. 🙂

    Hehe.. I agree too. All that excitement that money brings them. They can’t handle it all at that age; so they bring it out in the form of anger on students! Seems vague, but possible! 😛

    Hi ravencasper, too bad we don’t have PTA meetings nor the bake sale. 😦

    And hey, thanks for the wishes. Too bad the whole incident happened on my b’day. 😦 So, its pretty relevant. 🙂

  4. dude…. i have never heard of such a thing happen in MY coll itself….. in SCE….!!! i bet it was a pain in the ass to b caught on ur bday…. and come on man, even if u act like a school kid, the schools themselves dont expect a sign from a parent…. i suppose ur princi got a very big promotion from a kindergarten head to an engg coll head(less)…. 😛 😀 😉

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