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Monday, May 26, 2008
Bad surprise, upset, and shocker
Words were flying out of my mind as soon as I heard/read/witnessed the series of unfortunate news. Yet, I still kept mum since my opinion doesn't matter anyway. I might have been watching too much Jackie Chan Rush Hour Movies since The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian didn't impress me that much. Fury lighted up from a bad surprise, dismay overflowed from an upset, and a parent-like disappointment evolved from the shocker.
The story of bad surprise
I don't really know myself much in terms of surprises because my whole life haven't been surprising at all. In all the experience's worth, it was more on spontaneity rather than a jump of overjoy. If something was happening, it could be compared to a hilly billy chart. My adventure could rather be a spontaneous downhill or a spontaneous uphill from there on. It's like going to Earlfordshire avenue to rehab the lazy man. The real cause of my fury is a petty madness over the wrong choice that my mom made over the Havaianas slippers she bought. It's mainly superficial and very worldly but I wasn't expecting that she's going to buy a pair without a soon-to-be-ownver consultation. I can't even believe myself that I felt a hard constriction in my chest when I knew she already bought a pair. And it's a metallic blue size 11 and another metallice green. I didn't even liked those colors! It could have been better if it was a metallic silver for neutrality, and please, not brown, it's hideous!
I could have chosen better if she let me. These Havaianas Brasil 2008 edition could have compensated if she chose a wrong shoe size. I can't believe that I'm living an adage of "expect the unexpected.
The story of an upset
Rona was EVICTED. How upsetting is that? More like a downsetting...but whatever, the deserving got evicted!
The story of the shocker
It's hard to say but I have to say it! Another team got the AUDC championship title... bye bye to three years of filipino dominance in asian debating.
Although I'm happy Glenn was still named Best Speaker of the tourney.
scrip[t]s and sc[r]olls
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