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I Call Myself ZOMBiE CYGIG
"Educated" At Maha Bodhi School, Victoria School, Anderson JC, LASALLE College of the Arts
What I Do Lazing, Hobby Crafting, DIY, Graphic Design, Computer Stuff that you don't get it
What I Avoid Hipsters, Soccer, Apple Brand, Outings
How Am I Like Logical, Practical, Off-Beat, Anti-Social, Sarcastic
It was a day just like any other for Cygig, except it was not.
The day started of with close combat training, a mixture of tae kwando and.. tae kwando. Cygig excused himself as heavy load, but the unsympathetic commander insisted that him and Shaun (who also had the same excuse) take part.
After the training was the grenade assault course. What came upon as a shock and possibly a case of utmost negligence was that Cygig was made to carry water-filled Jerry Cans despite his sprained shoulder. But what was injustified about this whole ordeal was that he was later mysteriously reprimanded for not having excused as heavy load. Strangely enough, Cygig was disallowed from throwing grenades (which did not make sense since it was a much easier task then carrying jerry cans), and had to sit down for a few hours just watching the other people have a go.
In the afternoon, Cygig participated in the afternoon run. Shaun was a shadow of himself that day, a little moody, due to the fact that he was not sure whether he needed to re-field the camp. Later on he was rejoiced when the platoon commander told him that he only needed to make up for the Battle Innoculation Course.
Cygig has grown up in the army in many ways. He has become more independent and is ready to deal with any challenges that come his way. However, he adds that "even I excuse all the training I also like super tired".
Thanks for reading this issue of "The Cygig Daily".