the average goddess,
the compulsive shopaholic,
the absentminded ditz,
and just a little insane.
; drama mama; councillor;
1. participate more actively in CYF/Mustard Seed.
2. participate more in CCAs.
3. be a better older sister.
4. be a better daughter for once.
5. get good grades and maintain them.
, not talk. (this applies to class too!)
7. have a journal/diary.
8. be a friend to everyone.
9. remember important dates.
10. stay happy, even when the tears fall. :)
Thursday, February 24, 2005
-- won't you take a step into the lion's den?
today was nicee! NE (national education) class today was supremely funny. harrold
is just nuts, and he makes everyone laugh, especially me and mag! haha, he's always saying the weirdest and stupidest things. like during ne, when ms lee asked "how would you feel if you were stranded alone on the high seas?" (we were talking about the tsunami disaster), he said he'd feel bored because he wouldn't have any gadgets to play with. haha, he's MAD. but definitely a whole lotta fun. :) anyhoos! pe was unbearable. after pe, all our legs were shivering and shuddering and if they could scream, they'd still be screaming. we had to climb the grandstand about 12 million times, because according to mr liew, we all have thunderthighs and flabby calves.AND HE SAID I WAS FAT!
me: *whining* but whyyyyyyy???? can't we run insteaddddd??? i'll do anything but that! we'll get huge enormous legs from developing muscles!
mr liew: *rolls eyes* NO! you have to tone up your calves!
me: *argues back* my calves are fine the way they are!
mr liew: *impatiently* then you have to get rid of the cellulite on your thighs!
me: *deeply affronted* i DO NOT have cellulite on my thighs!
mr liew: *pretends not to hear* and tone up your flab!
me: *even more offended* I LIKE MY FLAB!
and he wouldn't even let us be democratic, even though he comes from canada. i'm pretty sure they're democratic there!
me: *brightening up* let's take a vote! be democratic!
mr liew: *quickly* NO! i'm the dictator!
hahahaha. he's nuts lah. and that last quote from him earned much laughter among the guys, 'cause they started saying dicK
tator instead. haha! anyways. after that was break, and the whole canteen heard me scream because of a very very intelligent and matured
thing that shawners did to me -- he nearly caused me to fall on my butt in front of the whole bloody school! -scowls- but i got him back, so we're even. geoggers lecture after that. mag
and i were supposed to skip, but ms ng saw us, so we couldn't. just as well, i got to enjoy aircon as i slept.
school ended at one! so i met shawn
and we went to watch constantine since he hasn't watched it we were stuck in the front row! how unlucky. but yeah, the show is still good. keanu reeves is great at acting cynical and bitter and mean and angsty. haha. :) got home a while ago, and was reading eight days. it is SHIT FUNNY
! there's an interview with adrian pang about his school days:When did you have your first crush?It was in primary school. She was six. I was six. She was friendly and smiled. So you had two six-year-olds smiling at each other across the classroom. It's kind of scary.Do your two boys, Zachary and Xander, take after you in having crushes so young?Zach, who's in K2 now, told me he wanted to marry a girl in his class, Vanessa, one-and-a-half years ago. She was a typical woman -- she liked him one day and didn't like him the next. My boys are growing up very fast. We were playing in the playground when this girl walked past and they whistled and shouted, "Pretty girl! Pretty girl!" I pushed them away and said they weren't mine.What fad do you still remember following religiously?Wearing crotch-bursting hot pants. In Sec Three, we had somehow convinced ourselves that girls wanted us in really short and tight shorts, which was, of course, the last thing they wanted. And we were just beginning to sprout hair on our legs, so we looked like a cross between Bangkok go-go boys and half-plucked geese.On the subject of birds, when did you learn about the birds and the bees?My Mum bought me a book, How Babies Are Made, when I was just seven. It had pop-up pictures! My mum read it to me and I was completely mesmerized. I brought the book to school and it scared the hell out of the other kids.So you learnt about sex at seven?Yes, I was probably the first kid in Singapore at that time to learn how babies are made. They are made of pop-up pictures.________________please don't tell me everything is wonderful now.
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