i never thought i will call myself antisocial cos i thot i just need a longer time to warm up to people. But, i think the fact that i'd rather be cooped up in my room watching my running man and other shows is a very good clue. Plus the fact that im not known to initiate meet-ups with my friends, i'd rather flee the scene when i see familiar faces instead of saying hi and also that i'm very particular about my personal space and privacy, just put the pieces together.
A fellow AntiSocial Colleague (ASC) of mine confirmed that i'm antisocial. Haha! I was pretty upset over some issues that I felt was compromising my personal space. And no one seems to understand me the way he did.
fel: "Omg, how did you know how I felt!"
Mr ASC: "that's cos you are antisocial. Like me."
fel: " but i'm not antisocial!"
Mr ASC: "yes you are."
fel: "ar crap. yea i guess i am"
So what has me being an antisocial got to do with the Arts Festival?? Nothing really :p maybe just to highlight the point that I am glad I have happening friends that I can tag along with to bring some colours to my life! So thaaaaanx Mr Singkong!!! hahaha
Singkong told me that he wanted to go to the es-pla-nade park to catch some...arty indian dance and listen to kids telling ghost stories.
Figured it could make me alittle bit more arty, so i tagged along together with 3 other friends!
(okay, this photo is gonna remind me of ghostbuster everytime i see it!)
so that's the indian arty dance at the back
something about a dance being about searching for true love.
so.. what is true love?
haha i used to have long discussions about this with a bunch of my friends. And i thot the most apt phrase that i chanced upon was
"True love is when you gave someone the power to hurt you, but trusting him not to"
awwww.... :p ok this is topic for another day!
moving on! i thot the view was pretty breathtaking and thot i shall be a tourist for awhile
really quite an amazing view.....
(which i didnt have time to enjoy cos singkong is rushing to listen to kids tell ghost stories! haha)
So this is our guide for the kids ghost story telling session...
....the guide who made us walk long distances and who shared our running-man craze!
haha that boy is pretty creepy i must say. He is one of the boys telling us ghost stories!
singkong also scared.
The other kids who told us ghost stories.
Must really applaud them for their courage and memory power in telling a bunch of strangers ghost stories at nite man. Some of them were obviously very nervous, but thot it was a pretty cool thing that they volunteered themselves to do :)
(in the name of art!)
Aaaand I shall end my post with my favourite pic of the night! :)