kiasi math

a hokkien term meaning to be afraid of death or dying as a result of being exposed to brain-unfriendly math problems, which often triggers symptoms like faster heartbeat, sweaty palms, and heavy breathing.
those suffering from math anxiety argue that they’d be exempted from attending advanced math cl-sses, because of their kiasi math condition, just as any other mental or psychological disorders.

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