'The lamb chop was good.'
'It was really really good'
'hen hao chi de~!'
'Manyak sedap punye~'
Felt like Yoda there. 'Good, the lamb chop was.' I wonder what happened to my imagination. On the other hand, is it my imaginations that is lacking or my vocabulary that is getting redundant by the day. I haven't got the chance to use them nowadays so I guess that's a possibility as well. I guess the saying practice makes perfect is true with the proof that my nonpracticing the use of my vocabularies makes me forget about them. OK, maybe not all of em(if not, how did I even describe everything just now. haha) but you get what I mean ei? :p
Anyway, for your info, it has been a month since my 2nd semester has ended! 6 semesters to go. *dead* 2nd semester was fun and hectic, like normal. We had more assignments than tests for this semester. We even had to do a Bollywood themed drama as one of the task. I ended up acting as an Indian girl call Rishika. I, a half Malay and half Chinese acting as an Indian. Also can lah~ It was hard to act as Rishika. The character was supposedly a shy and quiet girl, real feminine and all; while I'm loud and boisterous. Let me tell you this, having a loud voice and a really sporty demeanor does not help when you're trying to act all shy and ladylike. Urgh.. Practices were a nightmare. There were quite a number of conflicts and arguments happened while we practiced but the result was good. OK la, it was heck fun! I'm lucky to have willing comrades to do the drama with. It was undeniably memorable.
Talking about another topic, I spent most of my second semester with the same members from my first semester; Abe Bu, Abe Syapiee, Kak Anis, Kak Mieza and Kak Shiela. We tend to do about almost everything together; eating, shopping, studying (even though our courses are different), hanging out, staying up for last minute assignments or last minute revision, etc. It's kinda amazing how close we were able to be just because of a competition we participated together in our first semester (except for kak Mieza, we met her due to our love for food. :p). Every one of us actually participated the competition with different intentions; nonetheless our friendship lasted even after it ended and I can’t describe how much I appreciate it. I hope it’ll last even after our studies has reached its end in USM.