Saturday, October 28, 2006

One of my favourite times are always when the cell mates come over... Eat, sing song, laugh, talk, make music. It's always a pleasure to have them around. But this saturday (today)... *rubs palms* We're going to have something extra.

Board Games Night! Who's GAME?! (pun intended)
Ok, technically, we've only got one board game, because thanks to C, we've got Balderdash! Seems like Taboo and Balderdash are staples for the youth in my church. Don't know why also. *shrug*

So far, we've got Taboo, Balderdash, Uno, and er... poker cards.

I cannooooot wait! fun fun fun fun fun...

Ok, me go do lab report now.

*skips off*

28 comments:

Jem said...

er... right~

*waves*

joline said...

Jem:

*teehee* Oei, it's really quite fun what~...

In the end, i ended up jamming with a cell mate and the rest played Balderdash. Pai seh lah, but it's not often that i get to jam with a guitarist.

jem said...

hehe~ i miss jamming with me bro~ =p

2 guitars + 1 key + 1 bass =p

now korkor married and out of the house =D

must intro the game to me... dunno what it is...

Pope @ David said...

I know that Dom's always been keen on jamming with others too.. so I'm glad that you two were able to jam.. though at the expense of more zany BaldingDasher fun heh >.<
there'll be a next time i guess (",)

joline said...

jem:

So what happened to the other musicians? (4 people altogether right?)

Heh, i won't go into details cos i might lose you along the way. But the game Balderdash is primarily about each player writing "believable nonsense" and getting everyone else to believe that your story is true and vote for it.

The person who manages to vote for the real story AND also somehow is able to get other people to believe in his/her nonsense stories, wins.

Heh, you're always welcome to join us during our next board game night.

joline said...

pope @ david:

DEFINITELY! Jun already suggested christmas or (closer still) post-exam celebrations games. Hiak hiak...
Yeah, Dom said that he never jammed with another musician before so it prolly added to the novelty of finally being able to do so.

Jem said...

mmm~ hehe~
interesting... seems complicated!

joline said...

jem:

it is initially, only because one has to get used to the procedures, but a short while afterwards it's simply a matter of story telling. it's really fun to hear the various bizarre stuff people come up with. teehee.

the best part is that the facts in the game Balderdash are all true, real world events, people, acronyms, movies, etc.

Jem said...

haha~ that's cool =D

maybe i'll have a go at it when I'm in to borad games again hehe~

Eliss said...

all this while i hot jem= gem = pope at david.now i am really confused

Eliss said...

i mean thot

Pope @ David said...

to eliss:
Hello~ (",)
"gem" was what Jo started calling me sometime ago, and i've commented on her blog with tt nick before.
But i realised tt anyone could use the same nick too, so I decided I might as well sign-in with my own Blogger acc. when i leave a comment.

"jem" is friend of Jo's classmate i believe.
Hope that helps clear the confusion~

Remy said...

-laugh- cell mates... sounds like a gathering of the Changi alumni... ;)

joline said...

jem:

Then i hope the board bug bites you soon enough! 8-D

Eliss:

Whoops. Pope @ david has got the answer right there, hope that helps. :-)

pope @ david:

Xie xie! :-DDD

Remy:

No lah... Actually quite close. Well, it's part of the Yellow Ribbon Project that i'm working on... You know, my psychology course and everything, i had to get some practicum done.

Heh. Just kidding. :-P

Anyway, it actually is a long standing joke that if a Christian does get thrown into jail, s/he will start a "cell group".

LONG TIME NO SEE YOU HERE, JEREMY! =D

diTz said...

-waves- hello babe
yup yup change d link la :D see u around!

Eliss said...

orhhhh i get it, i thot y someone will leave a comment as 2 diff names. tmr i am going on course, impeccable service workshop. i hope it is not boring.wat a name for a workshop. i guess this is a service industry afterall. my patients = my clients

joline said...

ditz:

okie doke, changed le... wheee~!

eliss:

woah. hope to hear more about it... but i hope they'd be able to teach you stuff that is more than what most people would already know. It must be an impeccably delievered course!

Jem said...

I'll get into the board games soon =) I smell ORD... and I smell boredom along with it!

Eliss said...
orhhhh i get it, i thot y someone will leave a comment as 2 diff names. tmr i am going on course, impeccable service workshop

goodness... what a name! hope you get something out of it!

joline said...

jem:

Ooooo! When's the ORD, if you don't mind me asking.

Jem said...

07 May 2007...
it's a long ways to go, but I like to be optimistic =D

joline said...

jem:

Amen to that~. Despite that, hope your schedule stabilizes soon.

Eliss said...

impeccable service workshop is quite interesting. this firm has done workshops for HDB, SBS transit and god knows how many gov agencies...pretty impressive huh? but talk abt the usual lor, customer service, manage customer's expectation.....and a old really old ang moh video. the guest at the hotel yelled that she booked a room. counter staff said no....guest said i will nv return. counter staff said sure we will miss u! wahaha.so rude...bad example ar

joline said...

Eliss:

Yeap, sounds like a veteran. Hahaha, man, they should update their videos and show more realistic day to day problems!

Jem said...

it'll be stable soon enough =D
muahaha! i can't wait for some freedom!

joline said...

jem:

Ole~! Yeah, then i'll poke you and Ambrose about when you guys'll be dropping by. Muahahaha...

Jem said...

you go ask him! i'll go anytime!

Joline said...

jem:

Haik, so des.

jem said...

sweet *grin*