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Monday, March 30, 2009

When "Failing" Could Mean "Fun" Though

Updated and revised: 4/23/2014 5:56:29 PM

It was a Sunday afternoon of good times while the rest of time is quite frustrating.

I was travelling around starting from in this computer shop, to the Timezone Bonifacio High Street (Of course, where else but on Fort Bonifacio) after a lot of time being confused on myself whether I should join the magic 89.9 junior jocks audition '09 or not. 

Okay, I went there with only an hour spent to travel from Industrial Valley to the Fort. And I'm almost unsure of what means of transportation should I ride into. 

But guess what, folks? I made there without breaking a sweat (Well, almost actually). 

Well, except that I passed on the sidewalk which at 1 p.m. were as one my college peers' line goes "It's so hot!" (of course, with matching impersonation).

I had a number (41); and during that time it's about 2 hours away from the audition itself. 

Fast-foward to the aftermath.... I failed.

But then, who cares though? 

It's not bad since I got no experience in doing these things at all (at least you couldn't count the ones that I've done way back '07) and it's not so-freakin'-good-experience though (alright, it's getting out of topic). 

I met a lot of people who turned out to be my friends, and yeah, talk about free donuts from Krispy Kreme; and frankly speaking, as far as I remember, I ate half-dozen of it. So much for nervous and hunger I had in mind and stomach, eh? 

And by the way, thanks to one of my newly-met friends who used to be the brother of one of those Magic jocks for the GC from Timezone. Perhaps that's it for me. I had a lot of fun staying at timezone though, chatting with them. Even Karylle dropped by on the venue, with me and Cj the DJ teasing up, like: 

"Where's Sam YG?"
"Bakit?" (Why?)
"Wala lang. hahaha!" (Nothing. *laughs*; the conversation ended with a high-five) 
Maybe he got what I mean that time. And for all of them, haha! Anyway, see ya'll next year! 

(This post was originally written and published on March 30, 2009.)

Author: slickmaster | © 2009, 2014 september twenty-eight productions

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