This is Pricilla (your extreme right) and she’s my classmate throughout our 3 years in Poly and, after working for more than 1 year, in separate studios, we finally get to be seated side by side.
You know those days when you’re driving and the Radio DJ keep chatting on and on and on which makes you go WHERE THE MUSIC BE AT YO! And when you’re reaching your destination and about to accept the fate that no music is being air-ed on this earth, easing or shortening your journey a familiar tune kicks in which makes you wanna insert the flip table meme…
Sorry I digressed. What I’m trying to say is that, for the past six times that i shift places (Yes, six!!) and when we finally get to sit beside each other, she’s leaving for Aussie. FUHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!
What worries me a lot is that she’s studying in an Ang Moh country and her spelling…huishhh… definitely not qualified to join spelling competition. Oral communication, pass. Writing skills, borderline pass.
..with regret my decision? = grammarnazi
I’m no genius but I must say that this woman is lucky to have me vetting through her “letter”. The punctuationsss… *Keeps dustbin close to sight*
This is the story of her phone number…
Me: Why are you including your phone number? You’ll be using +60 anyway. Email should be enough.
Pric: In case la. Just in case.
*5 minutes later*
Pric: Eh, you think I should include my phone number? I mean it’s personal.
Me: I told you no need what, it’s personal and you’ll not be using this number!
Pric: Aiyah nevermind la, just put la..
Adjusting font size..
Me: Eh, can you make your name, email and phone number font smaller? It’s too big and distracting.
Pric: Hmm… *adjust size* can?
Me: Somemore la…. still too big!
Pric: *Adjust again* Can?
Me: Still too big la! Seriously!
Pric: Cannot la… Later too small NOBODY WANT’S TO CALL ME!
*GULP*SLAPS FOREHEAD*DISBELIEF FACE EXPRESSION*BURST INTO LAUGHTER*
Me: Omg…. stoppit! You think you’re very popular is it!?
Pric: Haha…can also la.
Someone please fix the narcissism in her.
Once everything was done, the email subject was the next issue. Goodbye & Goodluck? No. Too long! Last day? No. Too lame. Just put ‘Farewell’. Okies…
Spells out.. f….a…..r….w……e…..l…..l.
Me: HOI!!!! Spell farewell to me right now!
Pric: *Opens new tab, spell wrongly, hit enter, Google corrects spelling*
Terrible spellings aside, I sincerely wish you all the best (Take it. You seriously need it. Haha.) with your studies and wish your future lecturers all the best with your essays!
Love you truckloads.
Till the next few years <3.