I cheer, you dance. Not the other way around.
Late post but who could ever forget last Sunday’s UAAP cheerdance competition? I lost my voice, outstretched my knee pits, committed myself to an almost hunger strike thanks to the lack of tables at the Gateway food court– all in about five hours. Doesn’t matter now, with my free ticket and UP Pep Squad‘s victory, one word: Wuhooo! Twas an awesome day for an awesome pep squad! Congratulations to these kids who never cease to bring out the University’s sludge of ~school spirit when needed.
Anyway, I did watch with some blogger ~friends and bonded with them for a while. Esp John Carl there who I am at least familiar with online. Upon entering the Uppperbox A deck, I observed that the lady stamped us with “Patron.” I tried sashaying myself and John to the patron seats but a grumpy, bouncer-like man stood to our face.
The quote of the night goes to this jester from another school. Yes, we seated not at the UP side lest we asphyxiate. After a dull performance of his own school’s squad, he went, “Okay lang yan, p’re. At least nakapagpractice tayo sa loob ng Araneta (It’s fine now. At least, we had our squad practice in Araneta).”
Speaking of, I’m a little afraid my friend Riki has officially reached a stalkerdom-status. Particularly cyberstalkerdom for that. For the past months ever since I was active doing some PR requirements for UAAP, her name has been googled many times to reach my blog, specifically to this post. (Yes, I know. WordPress does this amazing job to detect how people get to your site.) So it’s kinda creepy to know that people also type “Barry Viloria” in their search engines a couple of times. And that’s ME we’re talking about. Nothing gets creepier.
Anyway, Riki just for the past two to three days has been googled about150 times already. No kidding!! Haha. Lagot tayo dyan, Riki. In any case, you’re the woman!