I have been tagged by Jun.Anteola (thanks). It would be cool to say something about my past. Originally, the rule says it must be 10, but I can only think of only 6. See, how less than ordinary my life is? *winks*
Each player of this game starts off by making a web log post, listing ten(10) weird things/habits or little known facts about himself/herself, then tagging six(6) other bloggers to do the same.
1.) I grew up thinking that the world is flat and that at the far end, you can see nothing but an abyss.
2.) I was once Ms. Peek-a-Boo. One day, a classmate told me to stop wearing my t-back because it unintentionally “peeks”. The old conservative folks seated behind me (in my MBA classes) were disturbed.
3.) I give trust freely to people even if they are just acquaintances. I am not analytical in dealing with people. I take things at its face value.
4.) While doing my “cooling down” routine at the gym (just the other night), I loudly farted. Worst? I was chatting with another gym member. I was mortified.
5.) I went to Marawi City (the land of Muslims) alone, when I was 16 year old. I enrolled in Mindanao State University, but later decided not to. My parents were so scared for me.
6.) I once had an eating disorder (just about 3 years ago). Too obsessed with my body. I was underweight. I had days without eating, only water.It was like famine. But now, I am more than healthy.
Phew! Done! Not tagging anyone…feel free to answer.
Due to Jun’s request, Im putting some of my HS memories.
7.) I was a NOBODY in high school. I was an “api-apihan”. It’s the part of my life that I don’t want to look back. I was on the verge of getting an honor, but my English grades (especially public speaking) hindered me. The good thing about being in an A-1 section is, having the chance to apply for academic scholarships even if you got no medal around your neck. I was automatically one of the top 10% of the graduating class. I applied for scholarships (UP, Ateneo de Manila, De La Salle University, Mindanao State University, and Xavier University). I took the exams and, luckily, passed all of it. But since XU is nearest to home, I enrolled there.
8.) College was the start of a real life. At long last, I experienced to be a Dean’s Lister. The best of my student life.