Girls & Dramas are pretty much related to each other. I won’t deny that WE had countless dramas since highschool, but we always reconcile, and dramas again. However, we just know that we are each other’s pillar of strength and laughing pill. They got me through my high school, basically.
After leaving highschool, we had a phase whereby we were all busy settling down with college, uni, work, etc… You could say we sort of lost contact. Once in every few months, we have random gatherings (usually dinner) and I realize that things don’t really change between us. Whenever we meet, we will be the noisiest and craziest bunch around, people stare, we don’t care!
Recently, one of us, Crystal, is about to leave for UK to further her studies and we threw her a surprise dinner at The Signature by The Roof (great food & ambience) but it just felt like that place doesn’t belong to us as we are all not good at holding in our big laughs. That was when I realized how amazing is this friendship of ours despite the distance & the lack of virtual communications between us, also our races (you can see Malay, Chinese, Indian, Sarawakian, Persian, Japanese all in one single photo!).
I truly, deeply hope that this friendship we have will go on for a long time and we can go through marriage, having babies and getting old together because we have to prove to the world that a friendship too can last for an eternity.
Last but not least, I FLIPPING LOVE YOU GIRLS DON’T CHANGE ONE BIT!
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I started playing tennis at the age of 19, and had a dream to play the Women Tennis Association (WTA), but was only greeted by naysayers. Many deemed that I was too old to start a career in professional tennis. I was born into a large family with a...