First thing, I completely forgot to do my homework for Script Analysis. But, turns out I didn't have to... because we're reading... THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST! Which is only my favourite play, after all. I've played Gwendolen twice and am currently scheming to play Cecily, and I can practically recite the play backwards.
Don't believe me?
Jack goes: On the contrary, Aunt Augusta, I’ve now realised for the first time in my life the vital Importance of Being Earnest.Need I go on?
But before that Lady B went: My nephew, you seem to be displaying signs of triviality.
And before that they all went: At last! At last! At last!
And before Jack was like: My own one!
Which was a response to Gwendolen going: I can. For I feel that you are sure to change.
Which was because Jack said: Gwendolen, it is a terrible thing for a man to find out suddenly that all his life he has been speaking nothing but the truth. Can you forgive me?
The best part was when the professor was trying to get out of us why Earnest is still so good after 120-some years. Nobody was getting the answer she was looking for until I said "Because Oscar Wilde crafted an exceptional plot full of juxtapositions and reversals..." and she was so happy that I said it she practically kissed me. But really, it's obvious, right? ;)
|"Guess what, Cecily? I didn't have to do my homework because I've been in The Importance of Being Earnest! Twice!' "Really, Gwendolen? I had no idea."|
|The "Procrastination" episode of SpongeBob Squarepants perfectly illustrates how I write an essay.|
So, I wasn't expecting to get a good grade at all. In fact, I thought I'd be super lucky to get a C. When I got to class and the professor mentioned she was going to give the essays back, I braced myself. She prefaced by saying that 8.5 (out of 10) was the average grade. Well, I got the essay back... and I got an 8.5! Happy Day!
Then, I made my way over to Acting II. I really wasn't feeling it today, but, "carry on" and all that. I made it to class in good time but the door was still locked, which isn't that unusual. As a couple other students and I were waiting, someone got out their smartphone and checked their email... and it turns out that class was canceled!
So I got to go home and play Dragon Age II (the brand new squeal to one of my favourite RPGs, just got it yesterday... awesome, awesome game!) while Shane was still at HCC and Vi was still sleeping. Which was excellent because the haggling over the Xbox has gotten intense since last night. My virtual relatly fix sated, I have nothing to do for the rest of the day and can lounge around. Yay!