Re-, pt II

While lingering on the bridge connecting BV I and II, Irfan said something along the lines of “This is classic G3 behaviour”, referring to our previous antics and penchant for being very obvious and visible to the public eye in anything we did.

I was a bit surprised by this statement; it had been a while since I’d heard the term “G3”, and its usage to refer to all of us, a class unit that once was in Sunway. It reminded me of the times in college when I’d feel a certain sense of warmth, upon realising that I was accepted as a part of a group of friends, and that I belonged. It felt so surreal to meet all these familiar faces again after two years, two years of accumulating new experiences and growth and reuniting together as slightly different people, but still with an existing connection that I love and appreciate very much.

Thank you for the comfort and familiarity of your companionships, for the nostalgic walks down memory lane of our ridiculous adventures and chillout spots, for exchanging updates on each other’s life, and for the overall wonderful night. I will never stop being grateful for G3, for the stories we’re written together and for giving me some of the greatest connections and moments I’ve had in life.

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Michelle Teoh

26-year-old cynical Asian, book enthusiast and purveyor of fine sarcasm.

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