Posts Tagged ‘Annual function’

So finally the blog is getting big enough for someone else to guest post on here. Let’s hope that more come out of their soggy basements and try out over here, coz it became a bit lonely all on my own!

Disclaimer:– All comments/ views/ whateverrr are the sole property of their authors and I have absolutely no hand in any of this, except some extremely mild editing and publishing it. I kind of forced people to write articles in the free periods in school, so please don’t expect any Hi-fi English on here. This site is going to be one of the most informal blogs possible out there, and we’re going to try and live up to our tagline now—‘A blog INSIDE GBS’. Uhmmm…..bottom line —-> I haven’t written anything under someone else’s name!

…..yet 😉

Shrey Marwaha — SS1B

Hi, I was told to write this blog by my good friend Nitesh (the master blogger). He told me that I can write absolutely anything about our school, our life, our friends….that can be published. Thats means, this article can’t have any abuses, direct criticisms or any of that stuff. So, I’m thinking about what to write……..and still thinking….!!

Ya, I’ve got a sudden idea (in the middle of Eco class, if I may add!—-NItesh). The Annual day run-throughs in school are going on at full swing, and I’m going to write on that. The function proper has been scheduled for 26th November, and we’re all hoping it goes good enough. After almost 2 years, or maybe longer, the school has organised a combined Annual day, that is, all students are participating. Ohh, what ?!?!?!?!?!

Just now Padhi, the master blogger, told me that he would be putting this up on Sunday, a day AFTER the Annual Function, and so got a handful of good, nice and respectful words from me!! No worries, I had an agreement with him to publish this before.

But to the main topic. Let me tell you that the whole of our school is participating this time, somehow… We have a whole bunch of events to mesmerize the audience like the pyramids, our own Malaysian Bamboo dance, some sort of a circus by the 2nd standard and some other stuff. I must say, our Malaysian Bamboo dance…is the BESSTT!! Let me tell you a boring thing, ohkay, it’s not exactly boring, but I don’t expect an ‘oh really! Are you joking?!’ kind of reaction. Our chief guest is Ajay Maken, the sports minister of India. That’s quite a big man, and we should be honoured to have him come to our school.

Back to Nitesh — School wanderer

Yes, so that was our uhmmm…introduction to the Annual Day? o_O

Back to me and my poor old viewers then, some of whom would sooner be part of the Trade fair going on than come to school in this ruckus. So I’m also supposed to write on the Annual day today? Let’s see then….

For once, it looks to be a pretty decent affair, with a lot of planning going into it. Students don’t really see that much from the outside, but trust us poor blokes who have to lug around the mats and all, we’ve heard the dark sides of the tale too, and yeah, the function’s coming together pretty well.

The dances were a real sticking point with people, and still are with the boys out there. Boys just cannot lift up their arms and legs to save their lives; the embarrassment is too much for some idiots. I trust that they’ll be feeling a whole lot more skittlish on Saturday, after they get the thoughts of the after-show wanderings out of their minds. The whole school will turn out together, and everyone will see the mighty GBS standing up on its feet, along with the clueless people rambling around in their costumes, with no idea where they’re supposed to report. Trust me, I know the feeling…

Most students, like me, are worried about their performances on the day, and the pre-big day nerves have started to creep in. For most, it’s a question of visualizing the worst; tripping over your own feet and sending down the whole pack like a pack of Dominos. After all, united we stand, and in disarray we fall.

At the end of the day, the function is tomorrow. Get a good night’s sleep guys, and try to give your best. If you mess up for some reason, I’m pretty sure the teachers will understand. But I’m also positive that your friends won’t ever let you forget it!