Tuesday, September 27, 2011

FOBs Smell Terrible

FOBs are one of the most dirtiest people on the planet. My major mainly consists of Asian students. Of course you’ll see a couple of white and black people here and there, but the majority of students are Asian FOBs. Don’t get me wrong. I like Asian people. I’m Asian myself, but I hate how FOBs are almost always so fucking dirty. It’s disgusting. Most of the time it’s just the guys who are dirty. The majority of my classes are in the morning and these guys never seem to brush their teeth. They walk around with their mouths fucking half open all the time, crop dusting their disgusting morning breath around the lecture hall. They always seem to have dried spit crusted all over their mouth. On my very bad days, I can even smell their BO in the fucking morning! How do you have BO in the morning?! It’s ridiculous. On top of all that, these guys don’t even comb their hair. They come to class all disheveled and looking like a fucking vagrant. It pisses me off. It’s like these guys don’t have noses. They can’t smell their own filth. I almost yakked in my Econ Stats class today because the guy next to me smelled so bad. He even fucking burped and blew his nasty noxious poison towards me, and let me tell you, that shit smelled like straight up ass. It was a combination of vomit and diarrhea mixed together with Indian food. If I wanted to smell shit all day, I’d go to the zoo and stick my nose up a baboons ass crack.  So all you Asian male FOBs out there show some fucking consideration, take a shower once in a while, comb your hair, wear some deodorant, and above all else, BRUSH YOUR GODDAMN TEETH. Use some fucking mouthwash! If you can’t get that shit down. Please! PLEASE!!! Don’t bother coming to class. Your disgusting smell does affect other people.  

Monday, September 26, 2011

THIS JUST IN: I'm Actually Not That Smart

Community College was too easy for me. I never studied, never went to class, and never bought my textbooks, but I still got a 3.88 cumulative GPA. I was at the top 4% of the entire college! The only reason why I didn't get a 4.0 was because I skipped classes and sometimes missed my exams. I even joined the honors program and even then the classes were still a joke. Inevitably, I lost all my studying skills. I became less disciplined and more lazy. I can honestly say that community college didn't prepare me at all for UCLA. In fact, I feel that high school was more challenging than community college. I was lulled into a false sense of security. I thought I was a genius and that studying was for noobs.  Now, I'm fucked. Today, I decided to be a good student, and I opened up my Microeconomic Theory book to get a head start for the week. I'm on the second chapter, and I'm already starting to feel overwhelmed. I understand most of the the concepts and theories so far, however, I'm already having trouble on some stuff, and it's only the second chapter! Envelope theory? Young theorem? What the fuck does this shit mean? I guess I underestimated UCLA. Any transfers out there have any advice for me on how to stay on top this quarter? I don't want to fuck up.

Sunday, September 25, 2011

My RA Is Gay

What's up guys,
I found out this week that my RA is gay. He told us that he was apart of the Delta Lambda Phi fraternity. For you stupid mother fuckers, the Delta Lambda Phi frat is a national social fraternity for gay, bisexual, and progressive men. To tell you the truth, I wasn't surprised at all, I mean, straight guys are never RA's. I'm not sure how I feel about this. I guess his gayness won't affect me much. What do you guys think? Do you support gay rights or are you against them?

Saturday, September 24, 2011


Hey sorry guys. I 've been pretty busy with my first couple days of class. Who knew it'd be this difficult at UCLA for the first week -_- I'll start posting more after this weekend.

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Rush Week

Hey all,
I'm thinking about rushing a frat next week. Since I'm interested in the business field, I'm looking into Delta Sigma Pi here at UCLA. For those of you who don't know anything about this frat, it's a professional co-ed business frat that focuses on fostering the the study of business in universities. The reason why I'm hesitant is because I'm not sure how I feel about the idea of "paying" to have friends. I'm also not a very sociable person. Don't get me wrong. I'm not afraid to talk to new people. I just find it hard to strike up a conversation with a total stranger. I never know what to say, and because I don't know anyone in DSP and I also don't know anyone rushing this year, I'm a bit reluctant to rush. Everyone I know here is telling me to do it, but I'm not so sure. What do you guys think? Any advice or tips will be greatly appreciated.

Monday, September 19, 2011

Fat People Are Immoral

                It’s official. I’ve got the ugliest chicks in my building. Out of all eight buildings, housing decides to place me in the one with the shittiest looking girls. Ugly girls annoy me, especially the fat ones, you know why? Because fat people are immoral. Gluttony is one of the seven deadly sins. These morbidly obese people have no respect for themselves, and have absolutely no concern for their appearance and its effect on others. Today I was walking up the awkward steps by Bruin CafĂ© and Covel, and I saw a fat girl wearing one of the volunteer shirts. Because they don’t have shirts in her size, she was forced to wear the biggest size which only covered the top half of her torso. This left her entire back and stomach exposed for everyone to see.  I honestly almost yakked out my entire dinner all over the awkward steps. I think the US should implement a maximum weight limit for each age and sex, like Japan.
                I want to know what you guys think. Should a weight policy be enforced in the US? And what are your views on fat people?

Roommate Arrived!!

Hey guys, so I met my roommate today. He’s a foreign exchange student from Beijing, China. He’s physics major and his English name is Steven. To tell you the truth, before I met him, I thought he was going to be a huge douche bag, but as it turns out, he’s pretty cool. He brought my brother and me gifts from China. He’s a quiet guy, but he knows how to hold a conversation. He also seems to be really interested in American culture, so I’m looking forward to showing him around . Now I can relax. I’m glad I didn’t end up getting an asshole.
                On a side not, I finally moved all my stuff in my dorm today. The TV, Xbox, and stereo system are all set up. I brought a refrigerator and stocked up on brewskies and Gatorade. Ready for the Quarter to start! Wish me luck. My classes start this Thursday :D By the way, for those of you who are not from America, if you want to study abroad, you should definitely check out UCLA. The girls here love international students...