Or the age gap generation is too great?
I was doing a duty at vivo city, sky park. I was excited. Super excited.
And over there, you can see the sentosa gateway.
I was super excited, coz this is the very first time of my freaking life that i am stepping into vivo city, the largest shopping mall in Singapore, and going all the way to the sky park. (okie, me sua ku... i know, and i am prob the last Singaporean in Singapore stepping into vivocity)
There's gardens, and even a shallow pond, or water body that looks so inviting that kids like to dip into it.
A father and his 2 kids having a splashing good time!!
There's a part in the program where there's a synchronized skipping competition for primary school kids. Yes. Read my lips... for primary school kids.
Their performace was outstanding. Superbly outstanding.
Just look at their synchronization...
"Macham" like drill parade flawless, precision drill flawless (okie, they made some mistakes here and there, but still... no words can describle it...)
It's one of the best performances that i had seen, from primary school kids!!! OMG!!! Much much better than what i had expected!!
Superbly well coordinated, in tune to the music, that i just stared at their performance, dumbfounded and open-mouthed that prob led the public into thinking that perhaps this first aider is going into shock.
But the public are also dumbfounded, with exclaimations of "WAH!!!" and loud applause...
I was too dumbfounded to snap more pictures and videos!!
And while it's the primary boys turn for the competition, the girls are supporting them all the way, clapping loudly that their hands really turn red!!!
In my primary school days, the best synchronization that we (the boys) can get is by catching spiders, ladybirds and playing eraser, and we would not simply bear the thought of being a "sissy" by skipping ropes.
And certainly, the girls from my time would rather drop dead than to cheer the boys on in a competition.
There's hope for the new generation after all...