1. irregular in performance, behaviour, or attitude; inconsistent and unpredictable
mercurial. fickle. a walking mood-swing.
two letters away from erotic.
I've got my sights set on you,
And I'm ready to aim,
I have a heart that will,
Never be tamed,
I knew you were something special
When you spoke my name,
Now, I can't wait to see you again...
[Tom’s Co-worker:] So do you have a boyfriend?
[Summer:] No. Who needs it? We’re young, might as well have fun while we can.
[Tom:] Wait. What happens if you fall in love?
[Summer:] Love. You don’t believe in that. Do you?
[Tom:] What. It’s love, not Santa Claus.
Oh, yes, in the world of emoticons, I was colon capital D.
think happy thoughts
When you mean “for example,” use e.g. It is an abbreviation for the Latin phrase exempli gratia. When you mean “that is,” use “i.e.” It is an abbreviation for the Latin phrase id est. Either can be used to clarify a preceding statement, the first by example, the second by restating the idea more clearly or expanding upon it. Because these uses are so similar, the two abbreviations are easily confused. If you just stick with good old English “for example” and “that is” you won’t give anyone a chance to sneer at you. If you insist on using the abbreviation, perhaps “example given” will remind you to use “e.g.,” while “in effect” suggests “I.E.”
Since e.g. indicates a partial list, it is redundant to add “etc.” at the end of a list introduced by this abbreviation.
ignorance is bliss.
ignorance is bliss. you just don't know it yet.
Pakiusap. Huwag po ninyong papaapawin ang baso. Please lang.
"Hala kuya! Hindi yan ganyan kanina! Mag-isang lumalabas yung slurpee nyo sa baso!"
The CS Webteam started out in
of 2007. Back then all it was aimed to accomplish was to put up and run the website for Adamson’s Computer Science Department. The team was a small group of students believed to be choice ones in the field. A group that had high hopes of making it. Two years later and a whole basilica of changes, the CS Webteam has been strapping itself with the necessary arms on its first year as an RSO. Faces were changed, rules were revisioned, new ideas were put to the table.
A lot of challenges has started hailing our way since before June when we finally got the thumbs up for recognition. It hasn’t at all been easy for anyone – from the adviser to the last person in the ranks – but the team, I should say, holds on. We may falter but we get right back up and promise ourselves to do better the second time around. Proof of that would have to be the continuous success of activities that the team has been organizing (and agonizing over) the last few months. They may be far from winning best event awards but we are proud to have been the ones that made them possible. Yes, we are proud. Of the achievements we made. Of the goals we met. Of the plans we continue making to better our fellow students. Lastly, of surviving the year that was.
A congratulatory pat on the back to everyone who lost sleep over this team. Keep on keeping on, CS Webteam.