TODAY I ATE TOO MUCH FOOD IM SO ROADHA VEEHLAAFA I JUST CANT.
THERE WAS TANDOORI AND CHEESECAKE AND CHOCOLATE CAKE AND CUTLETS AND NOODLES AND FRIED RICE AND CUTLETS AND PIZZA AND BUTTER
IT WAS SO GOOD
SO SO GOOD
CAN I JUST
I don’t even have a great picture of the food so here’s a somewhat blurry long-distance view of the table. Be thankful for your taste buds
It was a fairly large gathering, and me and Ainnie were among the earliest to get there. We had a lot of fun, talking about falling phobias (we were on the terrace), playing Where’s Izman on Izu’s pretty little UWCRCN Yearbook and discussing cloud shapes.
I had a great evening, eating cake in a cup and noodles with a spoon. The UWC alumni are incredibly fun to hang out with, and I spent so much of the evening laughing story after story. Ainnie and I pondered our fates as UWC graduates when the adults started talking about tuna migration and price elasticity.
As the newbies, conversation also became directed at us at one point. It was the usual “When do you leave” “What subjects are you doing” “lol good luck with Math HL bro”. We debated how international school students (supposedly) look alike and which one of our schools were more badass.
(Since I don’t have many pictures here’s a map to where the gluttony took place)
I wish I could’ve stayed longer (especially after the conversation went hilarious but my dad has a tight schedule so I left not too long after breaking fast. The worst part is, I probably won’t see most of them for a very long time again.
Anyhoo. Ainnie and I are meeting up for the first time next Sunday, and we’re going to gush about UWC away from the nostalgic oldies for the first time. I’m super thrilled for that. Also, me and Izu (and likely Ainnie
IF SHE DOESNT GET SICK AGAIN YOU’D BETTER BE READING THIS) will be meeting up one last time before we head to our colleges to talk about the usual stuff (see above)
:*:* xoxox Hass
BLESSED TIDINGS OF NEW PICTURES