Just a quick glimpse of the previous 'decision tree'.
Well, for a start... I was a medical student. Was I sane back then?
Hmmmm.... I went to cinema at least once a week. I skipped lectures if I hate the lecturer (don't ask me why). I wore man shirt n jeans during my preclinical years. I bought a blue shoes, that I wore with all my outfit. OMG...I was insane...aahhahha..that explains why i don't have any admirers, well, except the 'mat cafe' who tailed me anywhere i go near the cafe. Or the 'brader computer lab' who would secretly searching for my mIRC nickname n buzz me to chat. Or the 'lab brader' who almost fall off his bike because i walked by. Hahhahha.... Not to mention the security guard, or the hostel's despatch, or the bus driver. (my ex-coursemate will laugh rolling on the floor if they ever read this...hope they won't discover my blog...cross fingers). Now I myself found this hillarious... Do I have some kind of aura with these people... Or do I subconciously flirt with them?? hmmm...doubt that.
Anyway...in short...i'm crazy...sort of.
So, next is about my attention span...non-existance. Lectures..not more than 45 min. That does not mean that I paid full attention during the full 45min, I didn't, but if anything more than 45min, I'll start to feel like the room is spinning, the lecturer's voice is drifting away and away, the slides make no sense....
Result= Emergency medicine...WHAT THE *#@$?? No way..
At this moment..I rather be baking cakes/cookies, rather than dealing with a life threatening situation. Loosing a cake due to bad recipes or bad technique is far better than loosing a patient.
So...back to the question...where do I fit in, in the decision tree??
IKAN BAWAL GORENG TIGA RASA
2 weeks ago