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The Game We Used to Play in High School
By Russ V Canadilla   
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Last edited: Friday, April 02, 2010
Posted: Friday, April 02, 2010

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An article about my early high school life and what I used to play back then.

The Game We Used to Play in High School

                When I was in high school, I and my friends used to play an online game. The online game we were playing back then was Ragnarok Online. We always play it every lunch break. So in order for us to have an ample time to play we usually rush in eating our meals. And aside from that we always got back to class late.

The Game We Used to Play in High School

                Even though we are in the first section class we managed to maintain our playing. We always saved our money for that game. However, when the second year of high school came, two of my playmates in Ragnarok Online did not make it on the honor’s list. Meaning to say I only got one friend left to continue the game with me. At first, it was hard for us to continue the game with only two of us to continue.

The Game We Used to Play in High School

                But when one of my new classmates who also was playing Ragnarok Online said that he was also playing that game, we were animated again. We did’nt expect that someone from another section before was also playing the game. So we invited him to join us in our escapades. He accepted our invitation and we managed to know him better. We played the game until third year where we find it more difficult to maintain our playing because of the more complicated subjects.

The Game We Used to Play in High School

                Now, we were already in our college years. But sometimes, when we got time, we still play the game. This game made us realized that friendship was and will always be one of the essences in life. Even though we are in different college programs we still do remember each other because of the game. High school memories usually are the most unforgettable memories you will have in your whole life. A piece of advice- don’t waste your high school life or else you will miss one half of your entire life.

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