Monday, May 26, 2008

The Kids From RF

Conversation Of The Day:

Hamid: Hey Des, I found a unique quote.
Desmond: Oh, okay, what is it?
Hamid: "Among the million sperms released, you're the first to break through the egg."
Desmond: Oh okay, I'm glad I'm the first.. Haha..
Nazreen: I'm the first one too!
Desmond: Oh okay, so that means I'm a very good swimmer huh..
Nazreen & Hamid: -.-"



*This post contain explicit language. Please be warned.

Last Saturday, me and a couple of my friends including Nazrin were supposed to have a rugby session at the school's field.

Because Nazrin has fractured his finger, Ahmad bruised his leg, plus Wafi & Asnawi were lazy to go, I then decided not to go to rugby too even though I brought along my boots and gear for rugby.

Wait a minute, perhaps the main reason for not going to rugby is this.


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Doesn't seem like the handwriting of people who play rugby.

Okay, you may think I'm a cheapskate. Fine, I admit I'm a cheapskate.

But look, even the president of the Rugby Club wouldn't let go of the 9 cents! What the hell..

Everyone will have to pay the fee anyway, for the new rugby ball, cones and other equipments essential to our training needs.

Anyways, that's not the main point of this entry.

Since most of us are not going to the rugby session, we decided to go to somewhere green - RAINFOREST.

Rainforest Cyber Cafe was nearly a full house, with 80% of the seats occupied despite being a double-storey cyber cafe. It was so full that we had to sit on the upper level.

We were playing CS for quite a while until a bunch of kids came and began playing CS too, not playing under the same server with us anyway.

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Moments later, we heard the kids shouting to each other, spatting foul words, and making tons of noises. And I'm just sitting beside one of the kids.

Apparently, someone playing CS with the kids used the nickname "bluelampa", "blacklampa", "tualampa" and some other funny names associated with the word "lampa".

Perhaps they were too good, everytime the kids got "killed" in the game, the kids will go furious and kept shouting,
Kid: Oi! Who is bluelampa?! Who is black lampa?!
Someone: "Fuck you lah, kid"
Kid: Bah come lah!!
Me: -.-"

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Those were all game conversations, with no ill feelings towards each other in reality.

But really, the kids all seemed so fierce. So fierce that it made us look like a bunch of good boys going to Rainforest trying to make an internet research on why do men have tits.

I bet if we were put into the kids' situation, it'll be the exact opposite.

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Yeah, I can be sure it'll be the opposite. :p

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