Yes, I'm freaking glad my deodorant held up.
William Wordsworth once said that "Poetry is the spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings: it takes its origin from emotion recollected in tranquility. " It basically means that one shouldn't write in the heat of the moment; we should collect our thoughts and examine them when we have come down from the emotional high, because, sometimes, our revised thoughts are clearer and better than the thoughts the come forth from us when we're still drowning in the zone.
The above paragraph is my excuse for not blogging right away about the most amazing day of my seventeen-year-old life.
The last day of February was marked in my planner as the Best. Day. Ever. It's even written in glittery bold red ink, and whenver I flip through the pages of my planner, I can't help but pause and smile when I see that entry, and the accompanying card inserted into that page of my planner.
See, February 28th was the advanced screening date of the Jonas Brothers 3D Concert Movie Experience. March 4 is the real release date here in the Philippines, but MCA Music gave some of us JBnoys an opportunity to see the movie before everyone else.
Not only did we get free tickets and a chance to see the next best thing besides a real live Jonas Brothers concert, it was such a great experience because we had a chance to bond with each other again, and make new friends with JBnoys we hadn't met yet.
When G and I arrived at the Atrium of North Edsa, it all went too fast for me. Everyone was shiny and happy, and m'gosh. Hugs all around. I was most touched when Kitkat really screamed out loud when she saw me, and as she hugged me, her scream echoed through the Atrium. Man, that's love. I think people stopped to look, but heck. Who cares. It just goes to show that yes, online friends are real friends, too. I missed all of them: Kate, Eira, Fiel, Lia, Gia, Jho, Marian, Kitkat.. I think we saw Fiel first, and she was in this very very cool Beatles shirt which I want. :P
There are several things I will never forget about this day. First was the aforementioned. Second is the standees and posters. I think there were about two million Jonas posters and standees around North Edsa (Only I'm bad at math, so don't take my word for it), and all of them were freaking hot. It was so awkward yet fun when we carried the cardboard Jonas Brothers up to the cinema. I kept thinking that if it was a real Jonas brother, he'd be carrying me. But let's save that thought for another blog.
Another thing I won't forget is the conversations. Great people, great conversations. We stayed at Sebastian's while waiting for 6pm to roll around. We had the most awkward yet fun topics that included the Chinese, Camp Rock Panties, the Burning Up Book, a certain PIE and Taylor Swift (or as I like to call her, Little Miss No-Show-at-her-own-movie). Forgive me for sounding redundant now, but it was all so, so, so fun, amazing, awesome (God, do I sound like Kevin now? XD)
We even met more JBnoys! Bryan, Maui, Alyssa, Carla, Grace... Gosh, you are all so cool and I so love you. I met other JBnoys who, I'm afraid I will know by face and not by name now. When cocktails rolled around, people got drunk on teen spirit. Well, I did, at least. I proposed marriage to a cardboard Joe Jonas. How's that for fangirling?
We also met lots of cool people. We met the Total Girl editors, Pam Pastor of Inquirer, VJ Drei (who I wish really was a Jonas), among others. We even got interviewed! Ah. Kitkat is officially semi-famous now. @-) Yiiiie.
The movie itself was a mind-blowing experience. I shall save my opinions and thoughts about it for another review, probably up by Saturday. And in reference to my entry title, YES I AM GLAD MY DEODORANT HELD UP. @-) I would have seriously died if I didn't smell powder fresh after that movie, which should have been given a freaking R rating. The Jonas boys are just too hot for words.
Saturday... was really one of the best days I've had so far. I find it funny that I can always have a good time with the JBnoys, considering I don't even get to see them every day. I guess that's true friendship, then. It's not really about the distance, but the trust. I love love love my JBnoys and I can't wait to see you guys again on Saturday. :)
A thought: I'm glad I thought about this entry before writing it, because if I wrote it immediately after the movie, I would have probably written something like this:
But heck, that was fun to write, so let's end this coherent entry with an incoherent exlamation. XD