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Chapter 26: Page 5

January 7th, 2016, 11:00 am

I Say...

Hazumirein says,

Yooo here's a page. I'm feeling slightly more motivated so there will for sure be an extra page tomorrow.

For the record, Mel's not freaked out that she has a class with Suzume, just that she snuck up on her.

EDIT: I just realized I literally just forgot to write the QotU when I originally uploaded this.

Question of the Update: For those this applies to, what is the worst class schedule you've ever had?

Song of the Week: "Second Star to the Right" - Canary Swing. I like this one, it's fun.

And You Say...

IcyPheonix (Guest) says,

Off the top of my had, having my English class first thing in the morning(see 8:00 iirc) when I was in college springs to mind. I don't remember the rest of my schedule, but that one sticks out. Who can focus on English at that hour?

Lolimaka (Guest) says,


7th grade. I had math first hour, followed by Content Area Reading(aka the class everyone hated). After that I had Social Studies. Ick

The Aussie Bloke (Guest) says,

Every class every day Mon-Thurs, with a school-based work experience placement all day Friday. Tuesday's schedule was Monday's in reverse, and Thursday's was Wednesday's in reverse. I don't recall the exact order of classes (I graduated nearly ten years ago), but since we lacked lockers, it meant i was carrying all my books all the time.

KingKomodo (Guest) says,

I think the worst schedule was the one with English first thing in the morning but there was the redeeming quality that it was held in the computer lab. And then there was the keyboarding class in middle school that was annoying.

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