I hate essays.
I'm so glad that three of my four subjects are not essay based.
I love essays, but I haven't written one in three years and I feel like I can't do it anymore.
He's just as competitive as me, and he was always bigger than me, until about a year ago, so he didn't really fear harm. Besides, he would just punch me back, and in hindsight I don't blame him. The problem is well and truly gone, now, especially as my brother has no hope of ever beating me again, despite being an inherently better natural athlete.
You two are truly cut from the same cloth.
What other sports does he do?
So you will go right back home after this?
Depends on whether I can get a job here. I would prefer not to go back to Singapore because my career prospects are extremely limited and they are in areas that I have no interest in. I mean, I could be a human rights lawyer but I would starve and probably get thrown into jail a couple of times. The most prominent human rights lawyer in Singapore is 1) not respected by other members of the profession (which is a shame); 2) constantly in the news for the wrong reasons; and 3) currently trying to dissolve the Law Society because some guy from the Law Soc tried to get a court to declare him unfit to practise law and revealed confidential medical records in the process.
How do I go back to that?
I go through spells of wanting to leave home, but truth be told, I'm perfectly happy here right now. Life is so easy compared to what it could be, but there will come a time when I need the challenge of leaving and I will embrace it.
You'll probably want to leave home in a few years when you're older and wanting some new experiences.
Are you more an adventurous person or someone who prefers stability in your life though?
You won't get snow in Central London, or you might, but chances are it will melt away pretty quickly. Snow makes the winter bearable, so that means it will be worse for you!
Doesn't snow make the winter worse?
You better have your own entrance fee covered.
There's an entrance fee?
I thought everything fun and pretty in London is free.
His forehand is technically superb but also deadly. I love the sound it makes and the action he gets on the ball.
I love everything about Roger.
If I went to a slam for four days, I'd probably have tickets to the main court only for one or two days, just to get to the arena, in other days I'd have groundpasses or tickets to secondary show courts. Yeah, it'd be great to see a player like Roger live but with my luck he'd probably got an injury before his R1 match and I couldn't see him, as if I wouldn't be too disappointed otherwise.
My main goal was to watch Roger and I didn't know when he was gonna play, so I just bought 8 RLA tickets for insurance. Turned out I only saw him once.
He WON'T get an injury.
The only possibility of you not seeing him would be a walkover by his opponent which which was exactly what happened to me in Melbourne.
Seriously, if I weren't a Roger fan, I wouldn't have to spend so much money on tickets. I literally don't have an interest in watching the other top players in the first week of a grand slam. No one really wants to watch Nole demolish some random or Roger fool around with some qualifier in the first round of a slam unless he's a huge fan of the player or he's just a casual tennis fan who doesn't know anyone apart from the top players.