I did them.
The science one was a surprise; we did another test as practice the week before, and our teacher talked us through the answers. Turns out it was EXACTLY THE SAME PAPER that we were using.
I convinced everyone to keep quiet about it so our teacher didn't get fired or something, except our friendly neighbourhood village idiot decided to shout it out in the middle of class the following day.
Wow. Well done, dude. Freaking genius.
Just had to spend 20 minutes breaking into my own house.
The moral: Make sure you always have your keys with you.
Hi, guys. Haven't been on BMGf for a while now. I've been busy.
Actually, that's why I'm here.
I'm doing a bit of writing at the moment. Calling it a novel seems a little... pretentious, so let's call it a story.
So, here's the basic idea.
A girl has woken up in a hospital to find that she's been in a coma since Five Minutes In The Future (2016) and woken up eight years later, and the world has changed. Earth is unified in the form of a
26 measly freaking megabytes standing between X and Bank.
My 2GB SD card has nothing else on it. And yet out of 2GB, I am one fiftieth of a gigabyte short. That is 1%. I am not in possession of any viable SD card.
1% OF MY SD CARD IS ACTING AS AN IMPENETRABLE BARRIER BETWEEN GEN V AND VI.