Sunday, April 4, 2010

Not A Good Place To Dance

A while ago, a friend of mine asked me where is a good place for him and some friends to get together and practice dancing.

When he first asked me, I thought, "don't he already know some of the dance studios around town?"

But he actually meant a quiet place a night, with a space big enough for around 10 people and a glass good enough to see their own reflections so that everybody's dancing in synch.

I didn't really get what he meant until he and 2 other friends brought me to this place.

Ever been to the standard Chartered building in Jalan Tutong/Bunut?

Yeah, this place he brought me to is a quiet, dark area at the back of the Standard Chartered building.

This place is a rough example of his description of a 'good dancing place'.

Maybe not... As you can see from the picture, the back of the building has clearly been raped by some hooligans with graffiti.

There's big space. It's quiet and nobody lives near that area. So that means when they actually practice dancing there, the boom-boom music won't disturb anyone.

If they're really gonna choose that spot for dancing practice, it should be alright, but the thing is.. it's kinda spooky.

I did mention that they need glass so that they can see their own reflections right? This place actually do have glass walls, but that wall belongs to an old abandoned food court.

Tables and chairs in the food court are all messed up. It's as if the Dudley Boyz actually came and gave everyone they find in the food court their famous finishing move 3D!!

Okay, I exaggerated a bit and I don't have picture of the food court.

Nearby, there's a Hyundai showroom, and the all new Hyundai Tucson was parked outside for display.

It was all dark but as we slowly approached, the lights lit up!

But then we realised it's a motion sensor light after all.

So apart from staying there and think of a better place, they played basketball!

Yeah, there's a basketball ring also.

I heard from one of them there was a black cat around, but I must've missed it 'cause I was busy taking pictures.

We then went somewhere further ahead, also the same area Tutong/Bunut but this time it's behind the NBT building.

That place's even scarier! It's all dark, black and no lights even. And there's another cat. This time I didn't even bother taking any pictures.

After all that, I think it'll be safer to stay away from those places again and better to just register at any dance studio and practice rather than finding a secluded and scary spot.

And I intend to end this blog post like this, cause that also means I've updated ;)

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