Remember my internship? Yes, I’ve posted an entry about my OJT in Gala magazine yesterday, when I was super bum in the office and have finished all articles assigned to me. Well, Gala is an events magazine, catering to young professionals and covering all events as possible. As of now, I’m spending my 200 hours there as a writer.
Now, for the real content of my entry.
Last night, I experienced something that I will never ever forget, something that will forever haunt me. Do you want to know what that is? Two words: LMFAO concert.
I joined the rest of the Gala team in the “Sorry for Party Rocking Tour 2012: LMFAO Live in Manila” last night, April 11, at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. I was assigned to write an article about the concert. As an intern, of course, who was I to refuse? Besides, the ticket was free (Upper Box A which costs P 2,650) and it seemed to be a good opportunity for me to exercise my journalistic skills, so I went with them. Turns out, I will enjoy it like hell.
I don’t know why, but I got amazed at the whole stage when I went inside. I mean, I’ve been to Araneta twice before that (for the DLSU-ADMU game and NCAA), but there was this whole “party vibe” in there that just hit me. Uhh, the power of party rock is so strong!
Okay, so when the concert started, I was still like, “Okay, I’m just gonna take down notes and pictures. This is cool.” But after a few songs, I found myself sincerely jumping, singing, dancing and yelling with the crowd. When RedFoo (SkyBlu is injured) sang the only songs I know , such as “Shots”, “Party Rock Anthem” and “Sexy and I Know It”, I went wild. Clearly, the party animal in me just got out of prison. And when unfamiliar songs played, I quickly learned ‘em (I am not a whore! LOL this song is sick, but now it’s one of my favorite beats).
I can’t believe I had fun while still being journalistic. Hell, I’m not a party person. In fact, I’m just a simple girl who’s already contented with reading stories and being alone. When I want fun, I just watch my favorite movies or surf the net. But when I got out of the Big Dome, I was like, “What just happened?” Crazy, but I’m not really a social person. I’m an introvert. But last night, I felt like I’ve party rocked a couple of times already. What the heck.
But then again, that was just last night. Now, I’m back to being a simple girl who doesn’t even dance. The only difference is, now I’ve got their tunes stuck in my head. Pack all these sheets.
(Sorry for the lame post. Last night I have a better LMFAO entry to write, but it just dissolved.)