First of all, I ate 3 fried smokey bacon and tomato sandwiches (none of this healthy grilled bat shit crazy chicken shit bull shit). After that I had good scratch and broke wind in front of some environmentalists, as you do.
Later that day I met a girl I have been chasing for a minimum of 3.14 years at the local delicatessen type shop. I ordered 4 whole fried chickens, two slices of dry white toast and a coke, as a small snack to keep me going through the afternoon.
On my way back to my place of work I happened to meet Tony Robinson of Time Team fame. I told him to stop digging holes everywhere, and I then I preceded to break wind again which was nice.
After completing my work on the flux inductor, I then went to a local Chinese restaurant where I eat some crispy pork and bean curd on rice, and then I broke wind one final time before heading off home.
I am in full support of these friendly forum boosters as long as we don't get too far off topic and can keep from flaming
I just pretty much did my normal routine, woke up at 6. Drove 45 miles to college, which is like 3 gallons of gas in the ol' F-150... Ate a croissant, then facebooked and clicked my way through a couple classes. Went to lunch, then came back Soil Science. Learned a bunch of useless information about dirt. I really don't care if clay compacts better than silt because it has more cations( or anions, I try not to remember), it also doesn't matter to me whether or not my Illinois soil was brought in from large blocks of ice millions of years ago. I do find it important to learn about pH level and such of soil so you know how much fertilizer to apply in the upcoming years, but most other stuff I learn in that class is unimportant. Go to my Animal Science Lab Class and we're doing reproductive system, so today the teacher has decided that we should disect a horse vagina...why does my teacher keep one in a bucket exactly? He also has a jar of pig fetuces he keeps on his desk for refereing too... Go home, I make good time and get there by 6:30. Just the typical day in the life of an Agriculture Education major...
Okay, normally my day goes much better than this, and I actually enjoy school, but I've had some stressful things going on so I've been a little negative today you might say.