The Last Stop
That other day, a revelation came to me while I was in the midst of my physics revision. It was the very last chapter of the form five syllabus — radioactivity. Oh yeah. Of which, there will be a part of that chapter where you will come across this equation:
Excitement, E equals mass, m times cup size squared, c^2. Yeap, it’s the new formula derived by the famous Isuck Sexton. Ahem. Now, before you start having drifting thoughts to Mars, let’s take a look at the reality of this new formula.
Take for example, coffee. Yes, coffee, you pervert. Take note that we’ll go totally wild with the numbers here, in other words, they’ll make no sense at all. That said, do you ever remember that pleasure when you last had your cup of coffee? Nothing beats that aromatic cafeine drink, ever. Well then, let’s say you had a cup of coffee with a mass of 0.4kg and with a cup size of 250 centimetre cube. Brewing hot and steamy. And you’ll get:
Solve that equation and you’ll get:
Wow.. 25,000 full Joules of exitement shooting up your neurons with every gulp of that estatic tongue-sweetening drink. Hell yeah! I-m-a-g-i-n-e that! The good thing is, you can literally apply this formula in any situation you may meet in life. Any at all, really. As long as it involves Exitement, mass and cup size. Wuahaha!
OK now, snap back from fantasyland now dreamer boy. All these excessive studying had really squeezed my brain juice to the limits, just short of losing my sanity. That equation crap thing is a total..well, crap. I had just finished my 2nd SPM mock examinations which were going on during the past three weeks and wow, it feels like some grey-matter-marathon, the last three days being Physics, Chemistry and Biology papers.
And you know what, for the very first time in my life, I actually continued studying on the very day I finished an exam. On the same day I finished my Biology paper, I read two, yes two full pages of biology. What’s the big deal? You ask. Needless to say, most of us would rather go on a five-day-bookless-fest right after the exams. But no, not this time, at least for me.
After the 2nd mock, we will be heading for the real thing — ass pee em. Ahem, sorry — SPM. Hence, there will be no room for slacking after the last stop before that all important exam that would determine the next 30 years of our lives.
Oh and by the way, nothing to brag about really, but I scored the highest for the English language in my class! Yay for me! Wuahaha. Now I wonder if that highest scorer in terms of subjects prize during the year-end prize giving ceremony would take this time’s results into account for I had aimed to hold one of those titles this year. And yeah, the world’s most widely spoken language is my only hope. But yet, everything boils down to SPM. Geez, how can’t I wait for it to just fly past then we could have limitless fun, at least for a good few months. Ah well, I really have to go back to my Chromosomes chapter in Biology, oh my..
Disclaimer: All of the above equations, examples and science stuff are free to be used and pratised in daily life but any consequences are not the responsibility of the author. Use the above information at your own risk. The author will and may not be taken into responsibility with consequences such as spilt coffee, lethargy, sore body parts, or a pregnant girlfriend.