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A week of experiences (from Karting to Clubbing)

This week, I was able to go ala-kart ('karting'). We went to Kart Attack near Roxas Boulevard to possibly do a tokyo-drift (wish!). It was exciting (although, I got icky donning the head gear because it was for rent and many people may have used it already in the past). I liked the speed... Although I didn't go as fast as I want to, it was exhilarating.

They should do something with the size of those karts; it is a pain for tall people and for ass-gifted people like me. I was firmly seated at the kart because the seat was completely filled by my big butt. It was fun and I like to try it again. I'll go fast next time and the hell with flipping over.

When I was younger, I remember that I always party hard. I can dance the whole night long (even though I can't dance well, I compensate by having lots of energy!). When I got older, I got tired of that scene and shifted to dinners, movies and arcades. This week, I was able to rekindle my love for gyrating bodies and party music again. At a company event sponsored by the organization close to my heart (FLAG - Friends, Lesbians and Gays), I was able to dance to my heart's content - the hell with falling from the stage... I love house music!

I was able to dance with people I like (my office buddies). Of course, Pogs the Goddess ramped the night away (he even won the glam male - best dressed male award... sssshhh). Of course, I must say - I am truly, madly, deeply in love with gay men (bakla killer!). I don't know why but there's something about them that I can't resist (ahh... that I can't have them in this lifetime? Weheheeh). I didn't shy from dancing with my new office crush!!! Kilig! (please see picture)

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(My current crushee.. picture during clubbing)

It was fun to dance in techno music (during my time we danced to the tune of hip hop and rock music). That was fun! Pogs even mentioned that it was the 'cleanest' house party ever - no smoking inside the party premises and no E (Ecstasy).

I am looking forward to the next Party Event! AMEN!


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