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Pre- National Celebration!

Hello! Sorry it took so long for a new blog post! Today my school celebrated National Day. I brought my DSLR along to school today! HAHAHA So obviously I spammed photos all the way! Today is only "pre-post" tomorrow is then the big thing.

Photo spamming time! Credits to Derrick!
Majority of the students were in red shirts, but in my opinion, I think that red shirt and our blue school pants/skirts don't not blend well. LOL. So it was quite obvious for outsiders to notice our school with such "bright" colours. OH YEA, my eyes were extremely small, I had super heavy eyebags. OH YEA, I wanted to put the water tattoo, but I don't have. :(
A super nice shot of Derrick! I take one of cos nice!
Daniel #likeaboss
If you guys don't know, Daniel (middle) does not like to take photos, so this can counted as a rare photo!
Part of the activity was to sing NDP theme songs, they were all the old old songs, brings me back to old times.
HAHA THIS FLASH SHOT MADE MY FACE SUPER OILY -.-"
After the activity, we went back to class and have NDP Quiz, it was quite entertaining though~
A shot with Azri! (:
A shot with Yizhan (:
My class was incredibly vain today!!

After school, headed to subway with Eliza and Kimberly!
Kimberly cut bangs! Tell me if it's nice!

I shall end of with this photo!
BYEE (:

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