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Guess what MONASH has.. a speaker thing! Been here two years and well this is the first time i heard the thing...

"ATTENTION PLEASE: TO ALL STUDENTS AND STAFF. YOU ARE ADVICED TO LEAVE THE CAFETARIA AND COMPOST AREA FROM 8 TILL FURTHER NOTICE. THIS IS FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY PRECAUTION. PLEASE ADHERE TO THIS NOTICE. THANK YOU"

We have a beeeee problem.. and i'm stuck in the comp lab because the attendant just came in and told us that we can't leave here till 9... i feel like a refugee.. we asked the attendant wt wz up and she told us very unconvincingly that she did not know (malaysian govt like-).. bt the rumor in the lab right now is, that we have a bee hive that we need to get rid off (prb near the hostel side gate B) (and that explains the presence of those bees in ur appt the other day bhav, and well at nickshan's gf's appt as well..) and they're getting rid of it..

I'm kindda wondering how they hope to contain us in this room.. and if i could wander down at 8 30 and see wt's happening.. tik tik tik tok tik tik tik tok.. ha ha just like the mock fire drill.. and the appt rumors that the chem lab had caught on fire.. it mite turn out to be a farce.. ;)

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