Who knew that going out with a bunch of guys would be fun?
No, I mean it. Seriously.
They were the silliest bunch of guys to hang out with; and half of the time, I only faintly knew what they were saying. They either spoke in Mandarin or Penang Hokkien, but they were so… nice (except Mr Sloh… I’d kill him if he wasn’t. ) and silly, I wouldn’t mind going out with them again.
One thing I learnt from going to the PC Fair, though, was the mass difference in Kuantan’s PC Fair and KL. (I can almost hear Edward echoing a very obvious “DUHHHH” or “Wait till you see Penang’s one!” if he reads this) That, and that it sucks to go to the PC Fair as huge as that of KL’s when you have no money. There were so many nonsense I wanted to buy (yes, I’m aware that even if I DID have the money, probably half of the things I’d buy, I wouldn’t use for long.. Or maybe I’m wrong. ) : Antiviruses (to be honest, I”m sorta getting tired of having to hunt for good, free Antiviruses.. I felt like buying Kaspersky, since it’s one of the best), mouses (God knows how Edward tolerated me getting ‘excited’ everytime I saw a cute/nice mouse…), Digital cameras (goodness knows I could use a better one ), Video Recorders and Laptops (for what, God knows. I already have a laptop. I’m treating it like a cell phone, wanting to change a new one every so often… Talking about cell phones… ).
After that Edward was hell bent (ok, not quite, but I like the choice of word ) on making everyone go for Carl’s Jr for dinner before we went back, since no one else had tried it except for him. Well, of course, finally we all relented. And so he was satisfied.