I just finished school's second term last Wednesday. It's a relief that finally school is over (for now). But seems that most of my friends are still in school for their finals and papers! keep it up, guys. kaya yan!
Now, I had been savoring my vacation mode status. My family just went to Baguio last Friday and we got back just hours ago. It was really cool in Baguio and how I wish that the cool breeze can reach Manila. haaay! I'll upload pictures later.
Then, I'll be off to Lucena next Sunday for a week vacation before going to school summer enrollment. Hope I can get good subjects this time! I'll be taking either 2 GEs, GE + PI100, GE + electives or Math 11 or 14 (just in case i need to shift)
Anyway, this is series 1.1 of my SUMMER RANDOM INTERNET MUSINGS.
I had been dwelling my extra time for the past few months in AIESEC activities. Cara invited me to join A'Day (orientation) a few months ago and since then I had been devoting my spare time to my third (or fourth) organization. Being a CBA based org and me coming from CMC, I find it complicated to go to the events but due to my eagerness I still find time to go.
We had gone to a lot of activities ranging from dinners and seminars to interviews and tarp designs. Holistic growth ei. There are also some new terms that I had learned from AIESEC:
1. Self-Pinduting - the manual slide changing feature of Microsoft Powerpoint
2. Brokeback - Showing actions (with or without gay intentions) of homosexuality. Refers to man to man "bonding moments". No gayness required.
Here are some pictures from AIESEC Culminight celebration last week. It was at Bossing Iara's place in Katips. It was another AIESEC bonding (full of singing, dancing, craziness, the color orange and blue, brokeback-ing, magic sing and EATING). Also, there were some fireworks display in lieu with the AIESEC party. hehe.
Anyway, I just got home from our final interview in AIESEC. It was not the usual CMC INTERVIEWS that I had gone through. Hehe. I hope I can pass my application.
Truly enjoyed the application process and I (and my co-apps) am looking forward in fulfilling the AIESEC experience.
Who would have thought that doing a case study paper can be fun? If your topic focuses on partying all night would be a great example.
My Communication 140 Case Study Paper centered on the topic of Communication Aspects in a Club Environment. To make it short, we are to analyze behaviors inside a rave club. My groupmates (Weisa and Lea) and I went to Basement (a bar in Libis). It was my first time in a rave club (Oh yeah! I'm a big dork).
It feels really weird that amidst this party atmosphere, our group still thought of our paper. We just can't get the hang of it. But we did drink and dance until morning. It was a little awkward at first but once the beer gets into your body, haha, it did "wonders".
Anyway, we did some undercover works like dancing alone and letting people approach us. Weisa was able to have a conversation with some of the guys. Then while I was dancing alone, two fat and slut-looking ladies came closer and started grinding their bodies into mine. It was really awkward and I didn't feel like dancing with them, so I went out of the dance floor. Haha. But if it was somebody who looks like Angelina Jolie or my crush, I'll be willing to dance. Haha. I just don't like dancing with people whom I don't know and worst whom I don't even like.
We went home at around 4 in the morning. :-). I hope my research papers are always like that. :-P