And the only valid reason I could have for absence from class is sickness. Or so I thought, until I read this:
Tokyo-based Hime & Company says heartache leave allows staff to cry themselves out and return to work refreshed. "Not everyone needs to take maternity leave but with heartbreak, everyone needs time off, just like when you get sick," CEO Miki Hiradate told Reuters. -- ReutersNow that's genius. Not that I'm heartbroken or anything, but wouldn't this come in handy, in the event that I get dumped by Jake Gyllenhaal because I'm too good for him? But really, Manila should follow Tokyo's suit. Isn't Japan one of those first world countries? They must know what they're doing. DOLE? DepEd? Are y'all listening?