Sunday, September 24, 2006

dwindling circle

We used to be such a big group of misfits.

Now 3 is the common number.

Hanging out before assembly in the canteen talking trash, in between lessons during recess eating trash and after school parading around town especially during exam periods.

There were tears and stuff getting torn as we argued and fought. But there were more laughters and side-splitting stomach aches when we bitched and gossiped about people, teachers and even our previous fights with each other.

I fell out, but fell right back in again.

No one said anything but we vowed in our hearts and in our minds to stick together as a group. A clique if you must.

However time corrodes such promises.

Where we've had each other around for 5 or more days a week in the past, it's been replaced by the droning on of camp life and the people in it.

8 years of one another. Are we bored? Have we known each other for so long that there's nothing new to find out?

I hope not.

p.s. i'm such a hypocrite for saying all this. it's not as if i'm actively trying to hold the group together. i got sick of some people aeons ago too. this is such a hypocritical entry. don't take it seriously.

Posted by juni @ 13:46


I don't want you to think of me as an eavesdropper so I'll just say that I'm listening to music instead of my neighbour's maid flirting with my other neighbour's driver.


I like it when people think of me as an intellectual so I will list a bunch of intellectual-sounding books here, even those I don't plan to read.


Since I can't list my porn collection here, I'll just leave it this way until I can force myself to watch non-pornographic stuff, which may or may not happen.