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Anniversary of my high school graduation

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Any graduates out there? Class of '11 '12, anyone? :P

It's kinda a blur to me, what happened during those last few days of High School. I remember crying because I realized that things would never be the same again...I won't be talking to the same familiar faces I had known for years in the same way ever again...I knew that I'd be heading off to a college where none of my close friends would follow. It was tough. But at the same time, I was ready to leave it all behind because I knew what a shitty school I'd come from. I would definitely be the underdog in Uni, despite graduating Valedictorian (something that I only wanted to do because I wanted to write the speech :P).

Anyways, I think I promised I would post this some time or another, either to myself or a few other members, but here's my speech. I actually DID include Cynthia's famous line "When one life meets another, something will be born" in my opening statement XD I would provide the audio too, but my voice is EXTREMELY grating...I would have thrown tomatoes or something.

So was really corny and everything, but I dunno, I still get nostalgic reading over it.

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  1. Karisse's Avatar
    ...*stands up and applauds*
  2. Tsutarja's Avatar
  3. RaccoonGoon's Avatar
    -clap clap clap-
  4. The Puppetmaster's Avatar
    Piggy that's really lovely. You deserved to write that speech. :)
  5. winstein's Avatar
    This is a pretty good speech. It's interesting to hear that your father is responsible for your nationality as an American, which is something I wondered for some time, considering what's happening to your home place. In fact, there is a group of Burmese living a floor above a shophouse (and the floor above) at one place in our country, because they are refugees from the unjust political state from Myanmar. I pity them, actually.

    Thanks for reading.


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