old school days…

started my day as early as 6am since yesterday and today. knowing that I’m gonna late a little, my brother couldn’t spare few more minutes to wait for me which lead him to leave me helplessly at home. nevertheless I managed to control my emotion though I was pissed off with his attitude as I seriously don’t wanna start my day with bad mood.
this wouldn’t happen to me if my car is not admitted to the ‘I.C.U’ since last month.. 🙁

like I wanna bother him everyday to send me to work… ddaaaa…

anyway, waking up early these few days is simply because of my service is required to attend school education fairs at 2 of the most prestigious secondary schools in Miri. lucky it takes half of my working days otherwise I would go crazy…

crazy simply because I can’t do my ‘fogging’ as usual and crazy simply because I ‘bullshit’ a lot…well, you know as a marketers, they are good liar and good damn seducer too mmmuuaahahahaha…

oh please don’t hate me because of that lalalalala… ;p

anyway, going to these secondary schools, kinda remind me of my old school days. looking at the school halls kinda remind me attending education fairs, book fairs, motivational talks, school assembly (only when it rains), year end prize and award giving ceremonies.

sometimes, I would skip classes (especially during Mathematic class) and hang out at the school hall or the school canteen just to pass my time while waiting for the next class to begin.

As there are motivational talk slots allocated for us, I end up setting up the IT equipments for the talk presentation. ceiling fan, power sockets and projector screen slides are available in the classroom. I realized teachers nowadays are using whiteboard marker and whiteboard are placed in every classrooms. maaannnnn…students nowadays are so damn lucky and fortunate.

I recalled during my school days, teachers used chalks to write on the ‘greenboard’. sometime we would throw the greenboard duster on our desks, chairs, the class floor simply because we liked to see the chalks stains on it and the most memorable moment is when you get to see the duster mark on your friend’s ass hehehe… ;p

at that time, computer room/lab has not exist and we used to hang out at the school library to study or to ‘socialise’… in short, dating la hehehe…

but one thing didn’t change…the classroom desks… 🙂

it hasn’t change until today..back then, you’ll get to see the classroom desk been ‘vandalised’…you’ll get to see stupid craps written on it and the most common one would be;
LadyBird was here” 😉

i remembered when I get sleepy or bored in class, I would take out my glue and spread it all over my palm. Waited for it to dry for few minutes then slowly I’ll peel it off just to pass my time…in other word, to avoid myself to fall asleep and also a strategy to avoid from the teacher to embarrass you in front of your classmates if you are being caught red handed sleeping hehehe…

another trick is to do ‘manicure’ with liquid correction aka liquid paper. use a red ink pen, draw a small circle in the middle of your nail and tadaaaaa…you just paint a Japanese flag on your nail. 😉


use blue and red ink pen and draw UK flag.

those were the days mannn and I’m missing it…wish I can go back in time…


  1. Sileast20

    21 June, 2007 at 7:59 am

    I remember chalking people’s butt during my secondary school times which in return turned to a phobic experience every time you pass by those who you think would do it back to you….you would check your butt every time I mean. Well, I do put those liquid glu on my hands to see how my palm print would look like….what irony alot of kid’s go through that. About carving or drawing things on table’s, we were artist’s back then. If we were famous after that those tables would be sold at higher price Dun cha think??

    Funny about the siblings attitude of lending a helping hand when you are in need..My sister when ever she needed a ride I never obliged to do so….but now when she is able to drive, asking her to bring me was like asking a YB(VIP) whether they could take the wheel if you were their driver.

  2. Mystery LadyBird

    21 June, 2007 at 8:11 am

    yeahh u r rite on d ‘piece of art’ Sileast…2 bad I’m nt famous n rich yet othr wise u’ll neva knw hw much it wud cost my sch 4 sellin d desk printed wt my name hehehe…berangan la aku lalala.. ;p

    Bull eye bro…fetchin us is like drivin a VVIP 😉

  3. zach

    21 June, 2007 at 2:49 pm

    you know as a marketers, they are good liar and good damn seducer too mmmuuaahahahaha…

    yes I agree. I think not only marketeers, but promoters too must fake it. I mean at times must lie. I always scold my wife whenever we go to a restaurant to eat, she will ask what food is best here. Or at times she will ask this so and so sedap ka?
    Of course the waiter will answer sedap eventhough it will taste like stale cat food. Hahahahahaha……

  4. zach

    21 June, 2007 at 2:53 pm

    you know as a marketers, they are good liar and good damn seducer too mmmuuaahahahaha…
    Yes, I agree. Not only marketeers do that but promoters too. They most of the time fake in their explanation just to impress the customer.

    I use to tell my wife whenever we go for meals to ask the waiter this so and so food sedap or not. Of course la he/she will say sedap eventhough it will taste like stale catfood. Will he tell the truth and say nola, not that sedap, the shop next door sells something tastier.

  5. Cupid

    21 June, 2007 at 7:08 pm

    I remember falling in love and out of love…

  6. Mystery LadyBird

    22 June, 2007 at 12:15 am

    Tats exactly my point here hehehe…d job requires u 2 lie most of d time bt wateva it is, as long as d marketers don bullshit 2much, it shud b alrite.. 😉

  7. Mystery LadyBird

    22 June, 2007 at 12:20 am

    Well2 welcome 2 my ‘crib’ Cupidddd..

    Hhhmmm..back thn u mst b d ‘luv hunterz’ 8 sch aitee hehehe…;p

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