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August 26, 2005

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Dean

Haha! let me just bliss out on my own memories...

Except for the one with policeman pounding at the window ;)

Gigi

Eeeek -- that happened to me too! But it was LMU campus police -- and I swear, the guy and I were just talking. Really! But 15 minutes later, and who knows what those c**kblockers would have found. :)

Yey

I remember LMU -mmmmmmm! USC, too. Oh, and Cal State Long Beach. Then there was that one street in Long Beach when my sister banged on the door and would have caught us in a very uncompromising position if the windows weren't so fogged up. By the way, these were all with the same guy. We actually began our car-romping at the Naval Base in Long Beach where he lost his virginity after my graduation ball. The only time we got caught was at the Air Force (or Naval?) Base in Los Alamitos - turns out that we had ended up parking right in the middle of a tactical training session! If that Mustang could talk...he actually took about 15 years before getting rid of that car - he just couldn't part with the memories. Well, we ended up getting married after dating on and off for ten years, then divorced after six years of marriage - needless to say, the break-up wasn't due to a lack of passion! I wonder what his current wife would say if she knew...

Yey

Oh, my... did I really just reveal all of that? Hope he never trips into your blog, Gi!

Gigi

Hi Yey -- And who cares if he does? I'm sure reading about the good ol' days would put a smile on his face? But maybe not the same case for the new wife. :)

hanagirl

hey, you're chrsitine's friend? we call her mother. she's our artistic director and she's one hell of a dancer!:)

John

Gigi, I love this blog entry. I sorta, kinda naughty and fun. Lol.

I just remembered an experience in high school, in the middle of Mendiola, just in front of San Beda, in broad daylight, in untinted car, but surreptitiously covered by my buddies' bodies, with a nice junior kolehiyala from CEU. Nuninuni........

I was called in the office the next morning, because they heard a "rumor of a misdeed" the day before involving me and a shaking Toyota Corolla Hatchback. They even called in a few students (Bistik, included) to stand as witnesses against me, but all claimed to not see anything and they even vouched of my whereabouts and establishing an alibi, all the cover ups without me even asking for it. I vividly remembered high fives all around when we saw each other at the cafeteria an hour later. I just love the Bedan camaraderie.

Gigi

Hi Hanagirl! Yes, Christine and I went to school and graduated HS together. I absolutely LOVE her! Just saw her two weeks ago -- incredibly, out-of-this-world super sexy pa rin. Now there's someone that just gets better and better with time (I'm sure you'd agree with me). In fact, if I didn't love her so much it would be so easy to hate her. :)

I also know Rem, btw -- neighbors kami. Of course, he's younger than me; parang I saw him grow up na rin. Galing niya talaga -- and super nice and funny guy to boot.

Hi John - Broad daylight? Untinted car? Your Bedan brothers are definitely stand-up kind of guys. But were they peeking? :)

Cathy

Mmmmmm...nothing beats a public nookie!

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