Today, my ASDAN went for a food review outside of school, and I get to taste some very yummy Vietnamese food. Yes, I chose Vietnamese food. It was yummy, sadly the items that I like is out-of-stock. But anyway the trip is still fun.
Now since this is close to my birthday I would also consider this as part of my birthday celebration.
Recently trolls seemed to be very quiet, and that’s the sign that the annoyances are cooling down, which is perfect.
Now it had cooled down a bit, but is still classed as high intensity.
My concern is now, is it possible that these Facebook trolls are saving their energy to troll on Valentines Day? I hope not, because if that is true then that will heat the annoyances even more.
Hello again guys;
After writing posts about this event a while back, I had decided to compile a brief timeline of the event, they are as follow, classed as either low intensity, medium intensity, high intensity, or very high intensity.
Late 2009: Low intensity
This is back in year 8, and this thing actually started in October or November. The false stories about me liking some girls is just started, but still at a low level.
2010: Medium intensity
This is where things started to heat up. The main cause of this was, the Valentine rose. I ordered it to one of the girls and people then began to make jokes about it. I think at one point this could be classed as high intensity, but this sort of thing had calmed down during the second half of 2010, but still a lot hotter than late 2009.
2011: Medium intensity
This started when I bought a gift from Chiang Mai for one of my friend, and I accidentally typed ‘girl’ in front of ‘friend’. Just that, things began to heat up to the point that this could be classed as high intensity, but it did eventually calm down through the year. During late 2011 things started to heat up again, but slowly.
Present: High intensity
This started after the infamous ‘Hi.’ on one of my friend’s wall. The sign of this heating up is the number of likes, and the discovery that all of them are trolls. After that post it seemed to calm down a bit, but after the post ‘Hi, how are you doing?’ on the same person’s wall, things heated up rapidly + the Valentine gift even make this heated up even more. Until now things are very hot, and seemed to get hotter as the year progresses, I may later have to class it as very high intensity.
What I hope now, is for this thing to start cooling down. People are getting too crazy about posting on someone’s wall.
From recent posts/comments on Facebook, I think this event may eventually become the worst event of 2012; all of this is because of my friends who trolled so much on my posts on someone’s wall and my statuses. And what do they say? Typical stories saying that I like/love someone, and recently they had managed to joked that I killed someone with a Valentine gift. How annoying is that? People can’t die from a gift, you know. I’m sure my friends are trying to make me mad.
Now, I have to watch the activities on Facebook carefully, especially on February 14th. No matter what I do on that day, there will be trolls saying that I love someone..
Yeah guys, it’s not good at all. The story begins when I wrote on someone’s Facebook wall ‘Hi, how are you doing?’, and just that, people exploded into a bunch of annoying trolls. Today, I wrote a status, and same trolls came back and wrote yet again intimidating/annoying/irritating comments. So far it is not good at all, and hope it won’t gone worse.
So, I think I have to move this event down the list of 5 worst events, as it seemed not to get any better. Even if the annoyances calmed later this year, the impact from these events now will keep me from de-listing this event from the 5 worst events.
So far in 2012, I’ve passed the 2 best events of the year – the year 10 residential trip to Rayong and the 2012 Sports Day. But on the bad side, I’m still battling one of the worst event of the year – the annoyances at school. Yes, this is the continuation of the annoyances from late 2009, 2010, and 2011. I still can’t find the root of this event, and I’m not sure if this is relating to the 21st January 2011 event. This event will surely continue for the rest of the year. Even on Facebook some of my friends even think it’s OK to right intimidating/annoying comments on my statuses, just to make me mad; they even bother to right intimidating comments on my new profile picture! How intimidating is that?
Anyhow, this is just the start of 2012, so more events are expected. But after June, there’s not much to look forward to, other than Loy Katong, if there’s no Flood like last year.