Friday, July 03, 2009

SO CUTE WHEN

YOU SLUR IN YOUR SPEECH


The craziest people graduate from Oxbridge. ( I REALLY THOUGHT THEY WERE IVY LEAGUE. )
Its brilliant.

Ali G (Sacha Boren Cohen) is from Cambridge.
Mr Bean (Rowan Atkinson) is from Oxford.

ALI G.
BORAT.

The guy who said : 'Fings like 'apple' and oranges' dont start with da capital letter unless they start a sentance' at the Harvard Class Day lesson. (He wanted to 'drop some knowledge' see, to the Harvard students and graduating seniors saying 'you is the most cleverest students in America')

HAHAHAHAHA.
Dude he is the crudest dumbest FUNNIEST shit on earth.
I cant believe he came from Cambridge.

Its madness.
I dont even believe it.

And then something else happens. And its even more implausible than Ali G (who wants to give away an once of hash as the prize for Who Wants To Win An Ounce of Hash) coming from Cambridge.

And that would be the wonder that is Inez.
Sports, is ruthless, harsh and ugly.
Sports evaluates, extricates and discriminates.
Sports is buckets of sweat, years of pushing limits and excruciating, mind blowing pain.

But sports is beautiful, rythmic and intoxicating.

Sports is raw and fresh and magnificent.

Sports, is talent upon hardwork upon tears upon fears.

Sports is also losing with grace (even if your insides are twisting and contorting in disappointment) and winning in ecstacy.

And when you see her run across the finishing line (even on the TV of goodness sake) its breathtaking, and ecstacy, is a gross understatement.

Its breathtaking and all the more beautiful, because, you see, all the pains and efforts she went through to get herself there.

You see her tears, her sweat, her silent and grim determination. You see the toil, the struggle and the unwavering commitment behind the win that she makes for Singapore.

You can see the countless prayers, the many breaths held, Coach, and everyone else who barely dare to blink.

A 100m hurdles race is a quick one. Inez did it with that beautiful gusto and steely purposefulness. She caught up with her competitors with a flourish, and raced to a awe-inspiring 3rd place.

I twitched with amazement as i blinked daftly at the computer screen.

Then i proceeded to press the playback two hundred and free zillion whatever four hundred and ninety six thousand four hundred and then a one (ALIG FTW) times.

Whatever it is, she deserves everything she has coming for her. She won this medal for Singapore with her sheer grit and perserverance.

AFTAH BOLTZ YOU MAH IDOL INEZ LEONG YA HEAR ME.

Thanks for being a mighty inspiration.

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