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Wednesday, November 23, 2005
6:20 pm

Yellow, yellow, dirty (not) fellows.


look, black+white+black = oreos!


three of us again, now in Sakae.


Monday's run of CT presentations were generally quite interesting. There were some really amazing videos taken, in particular that of lex's group and eileen's group (Captain Patent! haha). Well done, guys! :) After that, a bunch of us proceeded to PS for lunch, before heading to Great World to grab our much-needed doses of Harry Potter. My group looked slightly ridiculous though, since all five of us were clad in bright yellow (we color-coordinated for the presentation). We looked like an army of bananas marching around town!

the yellows (sans clara) against the yellow wall at GV Grand


The Goblet of Fire was generally alright - I didn't find it particularly impressive, but it wasn't a bad movie. My only gripe is that they pulled too many scenes from the book out of the movie, but I suppose that couldn't be helped, if not the movie would have run on to 5 hours or so. The lighting was generally very dim too in the film, which lulled lance and I into squinty-semi-sleepy mode. Still, good or bad, the film is still a MUST-WATCH for all Potter fans. Pity that the kids are growing up so quickly - there's been some talk about replacing the actors in the next Potter movie, but I'm hugely against that because everything wouldn't feel the same anymore. Ah well.

The same bunch of us then headed towards lance's house after dinner, to visit his fat cat! It's about the cutest thing ever, so fat and fluffy and domesticated. Somehow or another, lance's room was eventually converted to a torture chamber (in his words) as we discovered to our horror that all the boys are such inflexible creatures! So, we decided to help them stretch a little (just a little, I swear!) to loosen up their limbs. We girls also started prancing around (actually, it was mostly just me) once we hit nocturnal-hyperactive-mode.

me doing a bridge...


...then posing after


I surprise myself at times - I can still manage such strange dancey stuff after 3 years of non-training! Looks like I haven't lost it all yet, yay. :)

Anyhow, thank you for hosting us at your house that night, lance.

introducing our gracious host, lanceyloo!


Here's a collage of the LKC scholars who dressed up for the Halloween party at Chinablack earlier this month too. All due credit should be directed in michelle's direction, for painstakingly choosing and photoshopping all our photos into this pretty collage.

Halloween 2005 - a memorable night


Meanwhile, the exams are coming...I really ought to be studying, but it seems so impossible to get myself into the mood. At least I've found good use for Andrew Phang's BPL - though not in the conventional, expected manner.

my biz law book finally came in useful


Ah, don't you just love my style of studying. :P