December 14, 2004
hi guys!! read this.. teringat kat zaman dolu2...our sweet old
> > Those OLD days!!
> > You grew up watching He-man, Transformers,
> > Thundercats, Silver Hawk, Space Cop Gaban,
> > Ultraman, and Mighty Mouse. Not to forget, Ninja
> > Turtles, Mask and Smurfs too. You grew up brushing
> > your teeth with a mug in primary school after
> > recess time. You squatted by a drain with all your
> > classmates beside you, and brushed your teeth with
> > a colourful mug. Remember the days when the school
> > nurse comes with a list for the dentist
> > appointments, the sound of the drilling when your
> > friend has a fill in his tooth.
> > You remember the packets of milk (Projeck Susu
> > Segar) and milo we get in primary school to
> > encourage us to drink more milk. And when we had
> > to line up just to get one cup, and some of us
> > would line up again for another cup of cold milo.
> > And remember we use to buy susu sekolah and get
> > stomach-ache the next day. During primary (some
> > KBSR & 3M) school days, the teacher will punish
> > you using a long ruler to hit your palm. A bowl of
> > noodle soup cost only 40c in primary school days.
> > When you were in primary school, girls like to go
> > to the bookshop to buy cute stuff such as animal
> > erasers, sharpeners, notebook etc. Play with these
> > paper doll... with all the paper clothes.. etc etc
> > In secondary (some KBSM) school, girls go to the
> > library to borrow their favourite romance
> > storybook. In secondary school, girls altered
> > their school skirt to shorten it and guys will go
> > to the school appointed school uniform tailor shop
> > to tailor make their school trousers to the then
> > fashionable "baggy pants" , or the GQ one with all
> > the 'batik' or buckle at the edge of the pocket!
> > the straight cut jeans.. or codroy... In secondary
> > school days, you buy the Bata BM Turbo school
> > shoes. Some guys like to wear those china made
> > ankle high shoes. Some even like to wear those
> > very thick socks with their school shoes. remember
> > the panda, carefree or warrior shoes.. :)
> > Internet? E-mail? What the hell is that? So you
> > thought a decade or more ago. Your friends don't
> > have pagers or handphones in school. CDs? What's
> > that? Cassette tapes were the norm. Movie tickets
> > used to cost less than $5 last time.
> > The goodies from Mamak shop used to be Mamee, Ka
> > ka, Kum Kum, Ding Dang choco balls (with toys in
> > the box) + the mat sentul voices as a jingle,
> > colourful hard "egg", "cigerette" chocolate, pink
> > bottle of bubbles, and small tubes with yellow
> > sticks to blow "more lasting" bubbles that you can
> > pop more air in or slam it on. You never forget
> > 'Ti Kam'. When exams are over, the board games
> > (eg: UNO, Monopoly, CLUEDO) & hand held video
> > games will be all over the class room. Girls will
> > start playing 'batu seremban'. guys with 'tudung
> > botol oren' Your favourite sound is the bell! For
> > it's the homemade ice cream man. The cream that
> > tops Haagan Dazs! The pink colour ice-cream with
> > eyes plus a wide smile. Another bell is the recess
> > bell, a time to get away from school work and to
> > eat. Another time when there is no bell but all
> > guys will anxiously wait for it...The PJ, PE
> > time (time for football!!)
> > Your favourite childhood games were playing
> > "guli"(marbles), five stones, zero-point,
> > catching, and/or "Pepsi-Cola one two three"! The
> > best thirst quencher of all times is the yummy
> > colourful ice tubes you can buy from provision
> > shops. To eat them, break the tab and suck while
> > holding the freezing tube! All gals had barbie
> > dolls, My Little Pony, pound puppy, Polly Pocket
> > and etc, while all boys had star wars figurines or
> > a rubber band catapult that shoots folded paper or
> > eraser bits. Once was the era whereby ice-cream
> > sticks were valueable items, than came the paper
> > aircrafts, chalk fights.
> > Everyone envied the class monitor and his
> > assitant, cos they were the ones who came up with
> > the daily duty roster, giving names to teacher on
> > who makes the most noise and who's running around
> > the class. The elite group are the prefects, the
> > one with license to move around, they consider
> > themselves above the law when not many students
> > actually listened to them, and that's when the PK Hem comes in.
> > Some boys made their own guns from wood,and used
> > 'Bacali' as the bullets. Some even used matches to
> > shoot and burn kids'lanterns during Latern
> > Festival.. and you also rather to 'ponteng sekolah'
> > juz to watch final episod of Moero Attack .. miss that much..
> > summersault berkembar... hehehe.. still remember this one..
> > Cheers to the 70's..80's babies... WE RULE THIS WORLD!>
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