5/1/09

Hurting: Surprising Friends

submitted by Tina Chan

Sister S has a very special custom of surprising her friend by jumping on her from behind. One day, she sees her unsuspecting friend walking down Sproul Plaza in her usual coat and briefcase. Knowing how surprised her friend will be, Sister S very excitedly decides to get a running start and jumps her friend with a great force. But to Sister S's shock and dismay, the surprised party turned around and was not, indeed, her friend. Sister S quickly realized this, as she saw the name tag of the professor she jumped.

Before she could fully apologize and explain, Sister S was hit viciously by the victim's briefcase before the victim quickly walked away. To this day, Sijii has not jumped any more of her friends.

11 comments:

Bren said...

Wow I surprise my friends this way... I better be careful!

Jen Tse said...

Hahaha, so much revealing of the "anonymous" brothers & sisters in GFC.

Anonymous said...

Poor Sijii--I mean, Sister S.

Sooyun said...

HAHAHA I like how it says Sijii at the end 8').

Jenn said...

I heard of a similar story with another friend who also liked to surprise her friends in the same way, but was unfortunate enough to jump on someone who was armed with pepper spray.

Frances Leong said...

hahaha poor Sij! Oh man, one time I almost "pulled a Sijii" because I saw this girl on the street walking in front of me and she wearing a pink and white Hawaiian-flowered backpack that looked like the EXACT same one as one of the sisters' in my small group! As I was just about to surprise and wrap my arms around her from behind, she turned her face in my direction and I thought "Hey, that's not ______! Phew, thank God that I held back..."

Kelly said...

This story is a classic :-D

Sijii said...

If only there were more than one Sijii...

Anonymous said...

hahaha, poor Sijii

Steven said...

It is said that there are over 1 million words in the English language, but only one word accurate describes this story: HURTING!

tinar said...

LOL frances.. that incident almost happened with that girl with the backpack again the other day, but thankfully, the to-be-jumper remembered this post and refrained, much to the relief of the awesome backpack wearer :)