i had a nice videoke party with my former classmates
June 11, 2012 6:32am CST
For the first time last night, I attended a dinner tendered by my former high school classmate that i met accidentally , as sited in one of my discussions last week . All my former high school classmates from this place were there. It turned out that it’s the blowout of my classmate who texted us to go to Gabbi’s Bar and Grill. They all shouted and embraced me when they saw me for the first time, after 35 years. They didn’t recognize me immediately and was amazed that I am as they said “sexy”. We really had fun singing the videoke and dancing along in that rented videoke room. I had to go with some who went home at 10:30 pm, since my husband was already texting me. They even sent me home. And mind you, those that were still left behind are the singles.
30 Aug 12
Though some are already living abroad, during the millenium alumni homecoming,some of them came home to attend the occasion. Those from other places also came. Unfortunately, i wasn't able to meet them, because i had an operation and was in the hospital during those times. I met those who are just within the province, perhaps two weeks after. Thus, they also requested for my FB account and continued our friendship though they are in another province. Those who are single, doesn't want to marry anymore, because they say they are already happy being single.
30 Aug 12
They didn't choose being single they said. It's just that the man of their dreams haven't appeared yet! But i can say that they look better than the rest of us who are now fat , though happily married! Nice to meet former classmates in high school again!
12 Jun 12
I think it's different. In videoke, you are seeing the lyrics on the television, while it's being played , along with some sights or people being displayed. In karaoke, it's just a sing along with the music, the lyrics is in a music sheet, not on TV. Oh, that's my understanding of how they are differentiated.
11 Jun 12
Oh yes that's true, ardoy. Videoke is the craze among parties. It doesn't need a good voice for everyone to be able to sing. What is important is the participation of every one. We were laughing so much at the duet that one of my classmates boy classmate in elementary (only in high school, was the exclusivity for girls) , who turned out to be so gay now and our classmate who is a tomboy also. They did some duets which the gay and the tomboy made into a laughing manner . They sang while we danced those that were the craze during the 80's.