Roommate: I'm going to take a power nap.
Me: Alright sure.
---A couple hours later...---
*Roommate's alarm is blaring*
Me: Don't bother getting up. I managed to do stuff for 15 minutes before nodding off in my chair. I'm going to bed.
Roommate: Ok. Heh.
If you listen in on some of the random tidbits of conversation that goes on in this house, you’d never think that we’re in engineering. Case in point, while doing the dishes for an hour and a half (we had a lot of dishes that needed doing): Intense debate regarding whether logic itself is purely mathematical at its most basic level or whether instinct is also a factor. Good ol’...
Me: Wait, think about it, I've known you for 9 years now.
Roommate: Holy crap!
Me: That's almost half our lifetime.
Roommate: We should have killed each other a while ago and gotten some new friends.
Me: Yeah...probably. We know each other too well.
(Sigh) So goodreads says I’m 24 books behind being on pace to reach my goal for number of books read this year. Ah well, maybe I’ll catch up sometime. In the meantime I really need a break from reading engineering-related books. Enter: Hamlet. There’s nothing like some good ol’ Shakespeare to break the monotony of technical jargon. For once though, I might actually finish...
Roommate: I got an interview
Me: Congrats! With who?
Me: Wait, who?
Me: Oh. That is not what I heard the first time.
Roommate: What'd you hear?
This physics studying is getting to me -_-
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