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Sunday, December 19, 2010

。◕‿◕。HSS days。◕‿◕。

Last Friday, December 17, 2010 was the second day of our HSS days(foundation day of our school) when we had to participate for the field demonstration. For those who aren't oriented on what a field demonstration is: well, a field demonstration is a dance presentation done by a group usually by class section or year level on a vast field where in our school campus we present it in our pentagon field. Our field demonstration was a folk dance called "the banga dance". The banga dance is where you have to balance either a jar or pot on top of your head since in our dialect banga means jar but in our dance we had to balance a pot so technically it wasn't a jar dance. At first, I didn't really like our dance since it was complicated and very difficult to balance the pot but sooner or later I got used to it and balanced like a pro. Next year, I'm planning on joining our school's drum corporation and be a majorette rather than having to dance a boring folk dance for our field demonstration. I'm really up for it since 2 of my close friends are also joining with me so it would be more fun and for me, majorettes are like the center of attention during school parades and foundation days looking ever more beautiful and sexy than other ordinary students with their weird costumes.

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Remember December 2010(facebook pics):click here   

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