What will you do when there is no ball for you to hit?
What will you do when you hands and legs are itching?
What will you do when your overflowing passion is killing you?!
For once, floorballers of Frontliners Floorball Club has found a cure(more like suppressor)...
No training, do some digesting.
No ball to hit, you got food to eat.
Hands and legs itching becomes stomach and mouth itching.
Passion killing you?
PASSIONS OF KERALA won’t kill!
Lets wolap some food.
And that was what majority of the Frontliners did on the faithful day of 22 December 2008. It was Frontliners Floorball Clubs 2nd annual dinner since last year’s at Faces.
The people, almost everybody came, missing Pei Li (who was dying to come) and Steven; the Indian trio, Sanjee, Loga and Megan, last but not least , Father of all Bosses, Ps. Tom and some others. On the other hand, FFC was honored to welcome Kenny Khoo from PFA to join us for the feast! We hoped you enjoyed the food.
Speaking of food, it was…
Gab, I don’t like spicy food. And leaving half the leave full.
KY, I don’t mind having Parpedum as Christmas Present. And wolap-ing most of it.
Lavin, where is my Masala Mutton? No more? Really bermasalah(troublesome) huh?
Kenny, I want chicken and sotong. What else?
Jason Chan, eh were is my chicken? Ended up with no chicken.
Well, things don’t always go according to plan, it’s never prefect and you can’t please everyone on everything every time anyway.
Pity Mikey the organizer running up and down getting everything done and keeping everyone comfortable, while the aunty too rushing around for the side dishes and the parpedum. Thanks. =)
All the makan’ing and crapping came to a halt when it was time for a farewell speech by Kenny. Leaving for PJ to further his studies, the rising star of FFC will have to say bye bye to all of us. A loss for FFC and Penang Floorball, and a gain for PJ, I hope.
“Rose almost meteorically after joining the club in April 2008 having never touched a floorball stick before, his natural athleticism and aggressiveness helping him gain a place in the Penang Floorball state team after just seven months of playing floorball…” – Frontliners Floorball Club Annual Yearbook 2008.
All the best in PJ my friend.
Hopefully, a loss of a player is a gain of a leader!
Hopefully, a end at FFC is the birth of a new club in PJ!
Hopefully, we’ll see you in PFL’09. XD
Climax of the night was the distribution of the long awaited year book. Bound, with colour & pictures. Fuuyoh!! Two Thumbs up. And not even considering the contents.
Dying to know whats in it? Ok la, sneak preview:
- Club history flow chart.
- Individual player reviews.
- Selected articles; and
A really nice piece of work and a priceless storage of 2008’s memories. The plus plus part of the having the yearbook is to get everybody write something on the autograph pages. It is nice to see everyone talking, joking and crapping to each other. It ran till late 10pm where the shop owner have to remind us it is time to leave as the shop is closing. Banyak potong steam!!
Finally we decided to call it a day after everyone had left a mark on my yearbook. After all the food, more work to do, sending a few jokers back home… grow up and get your own transport soon people!! XD
**Sharron, the pics please. Thanks. =)