Let’s fold scarves

Me and Mr Brown, we’re going to our secondary school reunion dinner next week. It’ll be the first time either of us has attended such a thing. Not that it’s that important to maintain old school ties, but this one’s a big one. It is twenty years since we took our ‘O’ Levels.

Naturally, a little anxiety has set in. We don’t know what to wear.

Maybe we could design our own outfits.

Surf stop: Hailey Xie
iTunes’ party shuffle is playing a copy of: My Funny Valentine – Chet Baker – A chance of sunshine, of which I have the original CD and therefore didn’t steal music.
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24 thoughts on “Let’s fold scarves”

  1. Fwah! If my sch had this reunion, I would fail miserably in remembering names of people I had not seen for years. Today, I bumped into a my sec sch classmate whom I have lost contact for 18 yrs. I forgot his name. He remembered mine.

  2. Fwah! If my sch had this reunion, I would fail miserably in remembering names of people I had not seen for years. Today, I bumped into a my sec sch classmate whom I have lost contact for 18 yrs. I forgot his name. He remembered mine.

  3. I didn’t go to either my five year or ten year reunions. High School (as we call it out here in the USA) wasn’t all that entertaining for me and the reunions were held in tiny country western bars with lots of beer (so I’m told). But, that’s to be expected when you graduate from a farm town school with a class of less then 300. Anyhow, I don’t see these reunions as being all that big of a deal – go, don’t go, wear plaid with stripes, red on pink, and hair ratted and sprayed with glitter. If nothing else, they’ll remember that you came!
    -A.
    http://phillybusstop.blogspot.com

  4. I didn’t go to either my five year or ten year reunions. High School (as we call it out here in the USA) wasn’t all that entertaining for me and the reunions were held in tiny country western bars with lots of beer (so I’m told). But, that’s to be expected when you graduate from a farm town school with a class of less then 300. Anyhow, I don’t see these reunions as being all that big of a deal – go, don’t go, wear plaid with stripes, red on pink, and hair ratted and sprayed with glitter. If nothing else, they’ll remember that you came!
    -A.
    http://phillybusstop.blogspot.com

  5. Either: 1) Wear your old school uniform (if you can still find it), or 2) Dress like that Boon Shiong guy from the Stylers. Bound to make an impression, plus bring back memories of the good ol’ days for you and your other friends. LOL~

  6. Either: 1) Wear your old school uniform (if you can still find it), or 2) Dress like that Boon Shiong guy from the Stylers. Bound to make an impression, plus bring back memories of the good ol’ days for you and your other friends. LOL~

  7. i agree with calm one but i think you should go one step further. ask turodrique to make a shirt for u too la. something like “i glob” for u and “browned” for mr brown? then LocalBrands can have a series of shirts by LocalBloggers.

  8. i agree with calm one but i think you should go one step further. ask turodrique to make a shirt for u too la. something like “i glob” for u and “browned” for mr brown? then LocalBrands can have a series of shirts by LocalBloggers.

  9. I suggested the uniform thing but then realised that it would look too kinky. Don’t want to look like these RGS old girls:

    http://www.mrbrown.com/blog/2004/05/old_girls_assoc.html

    And with my physique (or lack or it), the school tank top also cannot. People will call police.

    I am really looking forward to it. Have not seen some of these boys for 2 decades.

    I recently attended my JC 30th anniversary one too. Wah, must be getting old.

  10. I suggested the uniform thing but then realised that it would look too kinky. Don’t want to look like these RGS old girls:

    http://www.mrbrown.com/blog/2004/05/old_girls_assoc.html

    And with my physique (or lack or it), the school tank top also cannot. People will call police.

    I am really looking forward to it. Have not seen some of these boys for 2 decades.

    I recently attended my JC 30th anniversary one too. Wah, must be getting old.

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