Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The National Debate - KL Trip.

Hahaa, I didn't buy any... no money.

Xin Xiang, my bus mate :)
Sweet girl...

The badminton players :)

The teachers.

Ain't she cute? :)

"You can't suck the joy outta me!"
Hahaa, nolarr... actually they asked for a cool pose...
I guess I didn't fit their theme, LOL.
Cause I didn't know being "cool" was depressing... xD

As the sun rose higher in the sky...


Text, text, text.... lol.

After reaching the place, we got ready and had lunch.
We were gonna go shopping, wheee :D

Mid-Valley Megamall :)
It's been long since I came here.
And I love the giant chess pieces here!

Shopped till it was about 9PM, almost 10PM maybe..
We girls really grew closer :)

Imagine this.
EIGHT girls in one room.
ONE bathroom.


What a horror!
Lol, but it's okay... we planned our bathing schedules systematically.
And use teacher's bathrooms if they're vacant, so no complaints from us :)

The next day.
The badminton match against Sekolah Sains Alam Shah.

Can you believe that we drove out of our centre all the way to town, and suddenly shocked us when we reached the wrong place, it was deserted. Then only we were told that the match was where our centre was, you could even walk and you'd reach in no time. Waste our time man...

We girls were screaming, shouting and cheering for our boys like mad.
Sains Alam Shah's spirits were so low, they told us.

We won every category... lol.
Screaming has power...
This was the result! xD

Each hamper about RM100 or more?

Later in the evening.... here we were, finally.

This was our row of girls.
The row of badminton boys at the back.
At the corner of this big, big auditorium.

We just finished witnessing the malay debate.
Now my girlfriends just kept giving me support cause I was just so low that day.

Won't repeat the story here, go refer to my previous post after I returned from KL.

Stand by.

See all the yellow people?
Yeah, the Sains Alam Shah people are flooding in and filling the auditorium.
Now, do you see what I was telling you?

The nice observant hosts who knew what was called "biased".
The lady was the judge for last year's debate okay.

And so, we begin.

I'm the prime minister for my opposition team, considered.
LOL, first speaker lar.
I was so glad I didn't flunk anything, perfect I'd say.

That's the guy that everyone's calling "bapok", "pondan" or "sissy".
They say that they couldn't stand his broken-wrist syndrome and his bimbo-ness.

Mr. Ang, our last speaker.

So many yellow people.... lol...

The reply speech session.

The only lady on the stage.
Ahem ahem, lol.

And then, this shocked the world.
Big sighs. Oh well.
You should've seen them leading some cheer with all the yellow people involved.
Very well choreographed.

And so, there we were. Unjustified.

But suddenly without expectation, I was announced the Best Speaker of this National Debate.
Received extra trophy, cert and money.
Awww, I owned everyone.
I didn't know I'd own Mr. Ang too, lol.

Depressing night, the biased decision was so clear.
Even people who watched it already told me so.
Anyways. What's happened has happened.
We were on our enemy's ground.

Goodbye KL...
With so many unjustice and problems, we left that night itself too and most of us couldn't even take our shower.

So mean, bad organisation and going against promises that are printed black and white. It was dangerous k. Again, refer to the previous post for the story.

And some bears we snapped at Mid-Valley...

Sadly, these bears can't hug you back.
But sometimes... they're all you've got.

Ahh, just wanna sleep on them right now...
I finally finished this post, argh.
G'night :)


- weixun said...

It's a known fact that in Malaysian debating, the better team rarely wins. Take heart. :)

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awww, thanks a lot.
should i feel better about that?



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you complete me :)