Friday, February 8, 2008

DaNte's Post - 5th for 3rd Term

DaNte's Post

08-02-2008 (again)

Yeah... It's double post time... woo hoo (very very enthusiastic)

Erratic Picture of the Day

Strange Facts!

In Illinois, the law is that a car must be driven with the steering wheel.

Word of the Day

hmm... learn 2 words in a day!

debacle (n) - failure

Topic of the Day

Reminiscence - Part 2

I remember during 8th grade, me and my friends used to go to the mall every week. My mom even got pissed at me because I go to the mall every week and spend a lot of money. I didn't, really. I spend most of my money only in the movies, and a little bit on food. Probably 100 thousand. But my allowance was pretty small at that time, so I have to preclude from being a spendthrift.

We did many things together. I remember watching a bunch of movies with them. Me, Ryan, Sylvia, Jacqueline, Swedian, Giovanni, and sometimes other people joined us. We watch some boring, crappy, yet romantic (in girl's point of view) movie such as The Phantom of The Opera, tedious-documentary movie such as Fahrenheit 9/11, and I remember watching other funny movies with them, but I can't really remember. Afterwards we probably play bowling or billiard. I remember Jacqueline and her best friend became hyper after drinking 'stuff'. It was pretty disturbing and embarrassing, yet funny at the same time. Jacqueline also told me not to tell her boyfriend (now ex) that she drank without her boyfriend's approval. She was red and her eyes were red as well. Such stupid and useless stuffs we did. Gary Kong, a now prominent brilliant, geeky and girly IB student slipped and fell once when he was going to throw a bowling ball. That was hilarious.

Oh yeah, this girl (I won't mention her name) was very, very famous during 8th grade. Everyone liked her. Even the seniors liked her! Unfortunately she just broke up with her boyfriend at that time, and she was still into her ex. I liked her too. And many more boys says so too. I remember Me, Jesse Lybianto and Gary Kong liked her at the same time, and each one of us gave her a testimonial in Friendster. People called it the "Testimonial War" or something. It was funny if I think about it now. But then after a while I was the only one left to like her. My pursue for her ended up in a debacle after she dated this dude for like what, 15 minutes? (don't worry, they got back together weeks after). That's the strange thing about girls. If you chase them too long, they'll just move on and date some other guy who barely know her well (the dude I told you previously just sms-ed her once or twice or something and they never talk, or rarely in school).


Time goes on, and we all landed on the 9th grade. 9th grade was more or a bit less chaotic and bizzare than 8th grade. I became close with Jacqueline's boyfriend (now ex), and this dumb guy named Jeffrey. My class, 9.4, was filled with crazy people except 2 geeks. One is previously mentioned in part 1. Yes, he is DONNY!!! *clap clap clap*. The other, Gaby.

Our class was pretty hectic. Everyday Jacqueline's boyfriend brought candies to our class, hence the nickname 'Candy Man'. He was also a hair-freak, meticulously styling his hair with wax every morning. He was a pretty lazy and very funny boy. I really liked him, and he was really fun to be with. He's a talkative person in MSN Messenger, and convivial boy in class. I remember he always make fun of this other boy in class, named Arief. No, he makes fun of everyone actually. But mostly Arief. He always call him Black Beauty, Dark Chocolate, and other things related to black due to Arief's skin color. More over, the whole class always mocks him. I know its wrong to verbally harass a student, but it was really funny and he doesn't really care about it. He cares actually, but people don't. It is sad, but amusing at the same time.

There are plenty of things that happened during grade 9 and I am eager to tell you. But I will have to continue the story later, so see you later!

Joke of the Day

A Computer With Attitude

Todd complained to his friend, "My elbow really hurts. I guess I should see a doctor." His friend offered, "Don't do that. There's a computer at the drug store that can diagnose anything quicker and cheaper than a doctor. Simply put in a sample of your urine and the computer will diagnose your problem and tell you what you can do about it. It only costs $10.00."

Todd figured he had nothing to lose, so he filled a jar with a urine sample and went to the drug store. Finding the computer, he poured in the sample and deposited the $10.00. The computer started making some noises and the various lights started flashing. After a brief pause, out popped a small slip of paper on which was printed:

You have tennis elbow
Soak your arm in warm water
Avoid heavy labor
It will be better in two weeks.

Late that evening while thinking how amazing this new technology was and how it would change medical science forever, he began to wonder if this machine could be fooled. He decided to give it a try. He mixed some tap water, a stool sample from his dog and urine samples from his wife and daughter. To top it off, he masturbated into the concoction. He went back to the drug store, located the machine, poured in the sample and deposited $10.00. The machine again made the usual noise and flashed its lights and printed out the following:

Your tap water is too hard
get a water softener.
Your dog has worms
give him dewormer medicine.
Your daughter is on drugs
put her in rehab.
Your wife is pregnant
It ain't yours----get a lawyer.
And if you don't stop jerking off,
your elbow will never get better.


What Would Jessica Do? said...

ha me and gabby ??? -_- what did we do coba !! x_x

Dr VoltsperSecond said...

To Dante,

Please accept my challenge for erratic picture posting.


Anonymous said...

this post is awesome! geez i miss the past..