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What's the Funniest Thing You've ever Experienced in Your Life?
Thursday, August 6, 2009
Well... It's been quite a while I never posted a post here. However, I've something "funny" to write about.

Let me ask you a question, have you ever lost anything? Yes, you have, certainly. But, how big is the thing? A car? A dress? A laptop? A book? A pen? Your underwear? Money? It's reasonable if people want them without asking your permission because they're valuable (even though your underwear). You need a car to go to your working place OR school; you need a beatiful dress to put on everyday; you need a pen to record important matters.

It's rare to see my things being stolen in my class but I lost one thing that I'd never expected today. I and my friends were at the hall of my school, as well as all the Form 5 students. There was a talk about skills to answer the BIG exam. All the Form 5 students shouldn't be in the class when the talk was running.

Two hours later, I came back to my class and I saw my bag was opened. Then I was searching for my food, guess what? It was gone! It was like water vapour vanished in the air, it was disappeared!

A bread that costed RM1.80 which you could buy at any of the local supermarkets.

I told my friends, 'Someone had stolen my bread!'

Since when was there a starving thief in my class? I then checked my bag and books to look if there was anything missing too. Luckily, they were safe. So should I be happy OR sad? OR should I yell, 'No no! Only my bread was stolen. My books are all safe!' OR should it be this way, 'I'm fortunate as the thief only stole my bead! Yeah...!'?

A student in my school had stolen my bread from me because he was too hungry and was penniless to buy himself one? It was a real belly laugh! Other friends of mine had their food missing as well, like "nasi lemak" (food wrapped in banana leaf, with cucumber slices, small dried anchovies, roasted peanuts, hard boiled egg, and hot spicy sauce (sambal) at its core.).

My Malay friend said, 'Let's report to the teacher.' And I thought... "How am I going to tell my teacher, 'Sorry teacher, I've no malice of bothering you, but someone has stolen my bread,'" I was just laughing...

It's the funniest thing I've ever experienced in my entire life! Oh my God... who would like to steal my bread??? It's funny when I say the word steal...

Hahaha... Ridiculous!!!

2:45 PM



alamak @@''

erm i used to have my pen stolen by my classmate...

like i put my pen on my table n i go and ask my teacher some questions then when i come back sure hilang... is like 100% hilang...

so during f1... i buy alot of pens.. because it always hilang...

but to still bread.. erm must be SUPER HUNGRY.. and haha luckily is not chinese 7th month yet LOL if not... ermm...
» jolenesiah on 2009-08-06 08:27:46

Maybe it wasn't a person who stole it. You know, my class always had cases of stolen foodstuff back in primary school and they are all because of the monkeys!

Well, maybe someone is too hungry and stole your food but don't be too quick to laugh. The economy isn't good and many families are facing financial problems. This person could've not eaten for sometime and desperately stole your food.
» Nuttz on 2009-08-06 10:59:13

Oh no! Poor person [or monkey] that felt like they had to steal your food!
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