levity: (mischief managed)
So pagbukas na pagbukas ko ng aking hindi-ginagamait na Facebook account, ang una kong nakita? Garnet pics. Hindi ko alam kung saan hinalungkat ni Thea yung mga pics na yun, at hindi ko alam kung bakit niya naisipang i-post sila ngayon, four years after the fact, pero wala akong paki, kasi nakakatuwa sila tingnan, basta lang hindi mo pagtuunan ng pansin ang itsura mo four years ago.

Yay for me speaking in Filipino. Without the "four years ago" bits it could have passed as a decent paragraph. :D

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Tumakbo kami sa PE. Hindi ko alam kung paano ako mabubuhay sa Fun Run. Hindi ko alam kung bakit pa nilang inisip na pangalanan yun ng "Fun Run". Hindi naman siya fun para sa kahit na sino. Tapos tapos tapos may video pa kami. XD

I have a blister on my sole. It's less dramatic than it sounds, which doesn't mean it isn't painful.
levity: (mischief managed)
So pagbukas na pagbukas ko ng aking hindi-ginagamait na Facebook account, ang una kong nakita? Garnet pics. Hindi ko alam kung saan hinalungkat ni Thea yung mga pics na yun, at hindi ko alam kung bakit niya naisipang i-post sila ngayon, four years after the fact, pero wala akong paki, kasi nakakatuwa sila tingnan, basta lang hindi mo pagtuunan ng pansin ang itsura mo four years ago.

Yay for me speaking in Filipino. Without the "four years ago" bits it could have passed as a decent paragraph. :D

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Tumakbo kami sa PE. Hindi ko alam kung paano ako mabubuhay sa Fun Run. Hindi ko alam kung bakit pa nilang inisip na pangalanan yun ng "Fun Run". Hindi naman siya fun para sa kahit na sino. Tapos tapos tapos may video pa kami. XD

I have a blister on my sole. It's less dramatic than it sounds, which doesn't mean it isn't painful.
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I picked it off YouTube. Am I glad RD's talents were put to some use!

 

 

Yup, I miss that class. All of it. The fights, the insanity, the laughter. The turbulence of thirty intelligent (to some extent), willful nonpeople put together for ten months. And yes, though first year was my most unstable one, there is something about Garnet that held me together and drove me insane, something that I regret losing forever when we advanced to second year. Don't get me wrong, I like Champaca, I don't want never to have lived in Champaca. But Garnet- is unique.

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I picked it off YouTube. Am I glad RD's talents were put to some use!

 

 

Yup, I miss that class. All of it. The fights, the insanity, the laughter. The turbulence of thirty intelligent (to some extent), willful nonpeople put together for ten months. And yes, though first year was my most unstable one, there is something about Garnet that held me together and drove me insane, something that I regret losing forever when we advanced to second year. Don't get me wrong, I like Champaca, I don't want never to have lived in Champaca. But Garnet- is unique.

levity: (Mew)
 Magpahinga muna
Sa problemang dinadala
Kung very serious ka
Baka naman, mabuang ka!

For some strange reason, that's what this Humanities Week seems to be doing to us. I don't know if the regular load of third year is so insane even the once-Inhumanities Week seems like a break, or if our sole requirement for these events- the di-kum- isn't going that bad after all.

Or maybe we're just taking our song to heart and relaxing more around practice.

Hindi naman masyadong sabog yung di-kum namin, di ba? Hindi naman masyado?

Ang tanging payo ko sa 'yo, simulan mo sa ngiti
At gaganda ang mundo....

This Humanities Week is weird. I mean, weirder than Humanities Weeks usually are. For one, it doesn't last an entire school week. It lasts for three days.

And, by complete accident, I became a contestant for the KKKwiz. I had been thinking that I should have slept during the elims, but what the hell. I discovered joining the contest was less tiring than watching it was.

Especially if you only knew the date of the contest on the day itself, and did not study in any way. And kept on singing your di-kum song during the contest. =>

Sir Martin: "Roxas smiley... I think we can accept that."

And the easiest Econ. question in the history of the world: "Give the names of the people on the 1-peso, 5-peso, and 10-peso coins respectively."

And I'm glad Sir Martin can decipher hieroglyphs- a. k. a. my handwriting. =3

Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Loob mo'y gagaan, pati ang problema
Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Gagaan pati ang problema!

I must have sounded drunk in the aftermath of the KKKwiz. I think I had amassed so much energy I had to lose some of it. Which I tried to do. By singing our di-kum song at the top of my voice. I doubt I had ever been that hyper in Sodium. I think my classmates thought my sanity was going for good. I think? Yes, I think!

La lala lalala lala lala....
Kung very serious ka
Baka naman, mabuang ka!

By some unfortunate accident, the first person I saw that I knew when I went to Pisay on debate day was Jamil. By some fortunate accident a. k. a. the KKKwiz I was very hyper. The combination ensured that I greeted everyone I knew with : "Hi <insert name of person/entity>! Nakita mo na ba si Jamil? Mukha siyang ewan!"

Well, it was true.

Though I think that the first debate, on the CPP/NPA's declassification as a terrorist group, wasn't judged very well... After all, it is a delicate topic, and one where biases can dictate one's view of something. The negative side won. Which, under okay circumstances, I wouldn't have thought would happen. After all, it was the side Jamil was on. I'm serious. And, and here I try not to be biased, I think the affirmative side (I nearly typed "the positive side", for what is the opposite of negative? positive!) presented better arguments.

Then again, it's impossible to be completely objective. Even if you're just observing. Each person has his/her own biases, and these can even change the way he/she interprets what he/she sees. And to observe something is to change it.

Ang tanging payo ko sa 'yo, simulan mo sa ngiti
At gaganda ang mundo....


My team, I believe, has always won the Laro ng Lahi. It's just an observation. A very biased one, too. Observations regarding oneself are always biased. But they can be true.

None of my classmates have ever been kicked out from Pisay. This is true.

And for the past three years, my Com. Sci. schedule hasn't changed. This is also true.

I remember the old Humanities Weeks. Garnet had the Yellow Team, and agawan-base in the spot where the new gazebos are, and the langaw in Emman's gulaman, and Konan, and taking pictures for Art, and lying down on RD's banig and laughing, and Thea's famed Listerine Model picture. Champaca had the Black Team, and Bioman Junior, and practices for the talking tableau and the speech choir, and Laro ng Lahi in the rain, and August's being absent since he broke a leg, and my "Paging 2-Champaca, paging 2-Champaca, yung mga cute."

Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Loob mo'y gagaan, pati ang problema
Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Gagaan pati ang problema!


I'm tired of always being the one being left behind. But that's beyond the point.
levity: (Mew)
 Magpahinga muna
Sa problemang dinadala
Kung very serious ka
Baka naman, mabuang ka!

For some strange reason, that's what this Humanities Week seems to be doing to us. I don't know if the regular load of third year is so insane even the once-Inhumanities Week seems like a break, or if our sole requirement for these events- the di-kum- isn't going that bad after all.

Or maybe we're just taking our song to heart and relaxing more around practice.

Hindi naman masyadong sabog yung di-kum namin, di ba? Hindi naman masyado?

Ang tanging payo ko sa 'yo, simulan mo sa ngiti
At gaganda ang mundo....

This Humanities Week is weird. I mean, weirder than Humanities Weeks usually are. For one, it doesn't last an entire school week. It lasts for three days.

And, by complete accident, I became a contestant for the KKKwiz. I had been thinking that I should have slept during the elims, but what the hell. I discovered joining the contest was less tiring than watching it was.

Especially if you only knew the date of the contest on the day itself, and did not study in any way. And kept on singing your di-kum song during the contest. =>

Sir Martin: "Roxas smiley... I think we can accept that."

And the easiest Econ. question in the history of the world: "Give the names of the people on the 1-peso, 5-peso, and 10-peso coins respectively."

And I'm glad Sir Martin can decipher hieroglyphs- a. k. a. my handwriting. =3

Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Loob mo'y gagaan, pati ang problema
Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Gagaan pati ang problema!

I must have sounded drunk in the aftermath of the KKKwiz. I think I had amassed so much energy I had to lose some of it. Which I tried to do. By singing our di-kum song at the top of my voice. I doubt I had ever been that hyper in Sodium. I think my classmates thought my sanity was going for good. I think? Yes, I think!

La lala lalala lala lala....
Kung very serious ka
Baka naman, mabuang ka!

By some unfortunate accident, the first person I saw that I knew when I went to Pisay on debate day was Jamil. By some fortunate accident a. k. a. the KKKwiz I was very hyper. The combination ensured that I greeted everyone I knew with : "Hi <insert name of person/entity>! Nakita mo na ba si Jamil? Mukha siyang ewan!"

Well, it was true.

Though I think that the first debate, on the CPP/NPA's declassification as a terrorist group, wasn't judged very well... After all, it is a delicate topic, and one where biases can dictate one's view of something. The negative side won. Which, under okay circumstances, I wouldn't have thought would happen. After all, it was the side Jamil was on. I'm serious. And, and here I try not to be biased, I think the affirmative side (I nearly typed "the positive side", for what is the opposite of negative? positive!) presented better arguments.

Then again, it's impossible to be completely objective. Even if you're just observing. Each person has his/her own biases, and these can even change the way he/she interprets what he/she sees. And to observe something is to change it.

Ang tanging payo ko sa 'yo, simulan mo sa ngiti
At gaganda ang mundo....


My team, I believe, has always won the Laro ng Lahi. It's just an observation. A very biased one, too. Observations regarding oneself are always biased. But they can be true.

None of my classmates have ever been kicked out from Pisay. This is true.

And for the past three years, my Com. Sci. schedule hasn't changed. This is also true.

I remember the old Humanities Weeks. Garnet had the Yellow Team, and agawan-base in the spot where the new gazebos are, and the langaw in Emman's gulaman, and Konan, and taking pictures for Art, and lying down on RD's banig and laughing, and Thea's famed Listerine Model picture. Champaca had the Black Team, and Bioman Junior, and practices for the talking tableau and the speech choir, and Laro ng Lahi in the rain, and August's being absent since he broke a leg, and my "Paging 2-Champaca, paging 2-Champaca, yung mga cute."

Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Loob mo'y gagaan, pati ang problema
Ngumiti, tumawa, magsaya, kumanta
Gagaan pati ang problema!


I'm tired of always being the one being left behind. But that's beyond the point.

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