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Day 26

First of all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! May it be a great year ahead for all of us.

Okay. What do I think of my friends?

To be fair, I won't name anyone.

SKLK friends:

I've known you guys for so long, and some of you ended up finishing highschool together, so I wasn't really close with you guys, but thanks to Facebook, we meet again, and I'm glad I'm still friends with you. Some of you did leave quite an impression on me. Thanks for being part of my life and play games together in my lifetime as a kid.

Faris friends:

yep, at first thought it was, "I can't wait to get out of this hell and be through with you!" I hated the jaga tepi kain orang, close-minded-ness, but at the end of the day, here I am, bersyukur gila-gila I've met people like you, and I still go s earching for you guys. We've been through growing pains together, and I'd rather not have anyone else to go through it with except for you guys. You guys are one of the most IMPORTANT parts of my life. I can never thank you enough.

PKTR friends:

you guys are the bomb! you're almost like high school friends without the growing pains and two whole weeks of pure awesomeness!

Taylor friends:

I've always been the weird one at school. and I'm kinda glad of meeting you guys because you're all weird in your own special way. no offense. it's a compliment. kinda refreshing to be around people who I can discuss ideas with.

okay. That's about it.

HAPPY NEW YEAR once again.


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