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曇り空
曇り空
十八際の女子。大学生のせんこうは宝石でサインです!音楽は人生です (もちろん)
My name is Anangikwe, I am an 18 year old Jewellery Design student who studies Japanese for fun.
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Will be leaving for college in a week. No. Wait. I’m not ready

  • baby:
    dd d dde..dd-da
  • dad:
    daddy? :)
  • baby:
    desu
  • dad:
    its a fucking weeb
  • vagabonne:


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This is a typical classroom of a Chinese high-school, or Gaozhong (高中).  
It is a place accounting for arguably the most stressful period of a Chinese student’s career as they prepare for Gaokao (高考), or the College Entrance Exam - a national three-day exam taking place in June every-year that decides their whole entire future, or so it is believed by the millions of high-school seniors, as well as everyone else as they are drilled to “work hard for Gaokao” as young as elementary school.
High-school, is also a place accounting for the most nostalgic memories as classmates grow stronger bonds and unify as a body to overcome the endless sleepless nights required for this intensely excruciating undertaking.
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