Another group was gathered at the other side of the street, holding what looked like trumpo. But just like the other group, there was no rule, much more precision, with the way these kids were playing. In their hands, the traditional trumpo soon became dangerous projectiles that wreaked havoc to properties and even posed threats of injury to passers-by.
So, this is how our native games have evolved.
How sad. And scary.
At least now I know where the small scratches and dents at our gate are coming from.
Speaking of evolution, I have recently earned two new titles at the office by virtue of the changes I went through.
I owe the first title to my age, which is naturally beyond any debate, while the second nickname I earned by the change in my office lifestyle.
Oh well. Good or bad, change is how you make of it.
Here I go again.
Three things I think I'm starting to get addicted to:
ZX Online. Though not as compelling as Perfect World when it comes to storyline and overall gameplay (plus the characters are not as customizable), ZX Online totally spoils the player with its auto-pathing feature. It’s Man-Nature Combo is also a blessing for AFK (away from keyboard) players like myself.
Facebook. Need I explain? Okay... Dungeons and Dragons Tiny Adventures! Haha! ^^
Crispy bacon liempo, and all the good feelings that go with it at Tomato Kick along Maginhawa Street, Teacher’s Village, Diliman.