They Come In Threes


11 comments:

jarielle said...

Wow that's pretty.

I love Amber. Gorgeous cat.

Also: I've never tried eating an orange with a spoon before. Let's not ask John because he's biased (lol), but would you recommend it?

Queen Anne said...

The tough bit would be biting into it. =| Some (some being the minority of the population) people enjoy it, prefer it that way in fact. Personally, if you were to do it, I'd suggest documenting it. Get that grimace down for all eternity.

I've a small bias towards the cat myself ... oh to be the crazy cat lady.

Maree said...

I see that you opened the junior mints on the side that said 'open at other end.'
Clearly, you are a rebel without a cause.

Queen Anne said...

That's talent: reading upside-down. The tiny details.

jarielle said...

LOL!

I'm really enjoying the way you two think. Queen Anne: you hippo.

xP.

Queen Anne said...

I wish I were doing more of the thinking at this stage... Something about dots and orthogonal ... norms and ellipses.

I counter that hippo, you Hyppo. That's not short of Hyppogrithh.
Show us a little of your own thought processes.

[A story even? Story Time!]

jarielle said...

LOL!

When my creative juices return. All I have at the moment are bodily fluids leaking from my nose. Gosh I hate being sick.

I also bit into my tongue because I am an idiot.

I just found that amusing. Your comment was about attention to detail. You're the one who noted Maree was reading upside down!

Dots, orthagonals, norms, ellipses? Is it sad if I don't even know which course you're referring to?

I'll just assume the harder of the maths. Ellipses and vectors usually only come together in 1052 these days.

Queen Anne said...

1051/1052 seem mostly the same to me. I know ellipses reside in 1052 and I forget what happens in 1051. Bad sign?

o.o I just wondered if I sounded sarcastic...Hmmm. Sleep perhaps?

jarielle said...

Sleep was good. It was waking up and feeling like I hadn't slept that sucked.

I. Hate. Being. Sick.

Anyway, yeah, gosh, I am beginning to think it might be torturous doing the two streams together. Difficulty levels might be an issue, but it's more that the assignments and tutes are going to be similar. We'll have math assignments fortnightly (or something?) and a separate matlab assignment for each.

Ahhhhhh!

Maree said...

speaking of attention to detail, the other day I was talking to Rachelle, and I randomly broke out into two seconds of air guitair-ing (we were discussing a song) and then Sean (Chelle's love interest, May's uni friend) asked 'are you left handed?' He thought my air guitair didn't look right and then realised I was strumming with my left hand rather than my right. I thought that was insanely observant.

jarielle said...

That's really quite wow. Also interesting is that you've never really even played a guitar in your life (or did you at my place?), yet, instinctively, you used your left hand to strum. I mean most lefties do that, but I wonder why we strum with our dominant hands. I wonder if it'd be more convenient to do things the other way around, considering that fingering seems to somehow demand more control than strumming.

Then again, it can also be pretty laid back in comparison, and maybe it's more that the dominant hand stays almost directly in front of our bodies and the arm rests across the guitar more naturally.

I'm full of shit.