Words of Wisdom:

"Testosterone makes the world go round." - Shaundsp23


  • Date Submitted: 02/13/2013 06:12 AM
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Both:   Good evening everyone!
Alvin:   Good evening, Hon.
Honey: Good evening too, Alvin. You look so handsome tonight.
Alvin: Thanks! And you are so beautiful with your elegant gown.
Honey: Well . . . . I have all the reasons to be dressed up elegantly tonight. Because this is going
              to be a wonderful experience for all of us.
Alvin: You bet. And I am sure that all of us here went out of our ways to look as dazzling                                                
            as possible for this special occasion.
Honey: That’s right! It’s really great to see our Juniors and Seniors in their Royal Masquerade
            attire. The girls are stunning while the boys are ravishing.
Alvin: Surely Hon, this JS Prom marks a special event for every student present this evening,
            because this is considered as one of the most awaited highlights in the course of a high
            school life.
Honey: Yes, Alvin, as we savor every exhilarating moment of the night, we will try to make this            
              experience a remarkable one.
Honey: To formally commence this event everybody may please stand and feel a few moments
            of solemnity for an invocation to be led by Maria Elisha Inting.
            To be followed immediately by the singing of the Philippine National Anthem to be
            conducted by Mary Joie Zamora.
Alvin: You may now be seated, while listening to an open remarks by Nice Bawi.
  * Thank you very much Nice for your message to all the attendees tonight.
  * By the way Hon. . . what do you think is the essence of this event?
Honey:   Well. . . in my own angle of vision, every JS Prom signifies the celebration of awards
            and achievements of our Senior Students and this legacies should be handed down over
            to the inheritors. . . . who? We the Juniors.
            Well. . .well. . .well! ball starts to roll, let us all witness the lighting...


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