BO (Bimbingan Orangtua) / PS (Parents Supervised)

17 Apr

There’s no such thing like kissing in the religion. So is my parents’ thought. That’s why I never allowed to watch hollywood movie (on cable tv) alone when I was a kid. Even if the movie’s rate is teenager (14+) or even kids (8+). Because western’s culture is so much different with eastern’s culture, undeniable.

When did the the first time you see people kissing?

In the movie? I can’t remember it. In the real life? Hoho.. have you?

It was a fine afternoon in my elementary after shool day. Me and my friends, all girls, spent our day in the swimming pool. Not so many people swam at that time, but I can remember there were 2 foreigner families at the pool. Daddy1, Mommy1, Son, Mommy2, and Daughter. I bet they had different family name because it was rare to had 2 related families worked together in the company.

We sometimes looked at bule foreigner kids because they bought their toys to the pool while me and my friends only did the swim at the pool. They kind of had fun in the pool while we were exhausted to do the laps. Oh.. the Son and Daughter were about 5 or 6 years old, while we were at out late years in the elementary.

At some time, the Son cornered the Daughter. Literally put her at the corner of the lowest pool. And… jreng jreng. They kissed. They were kissing.

It was my friend (Friend1) who realized ‘the live movie’ first. She giggled happily and I followed her sight. Couldn’t stop my own grinned, I told my other friend (Friend2) about it. I didn’t know why but Friend2 only smiled when she looked at the scene and countinued her swim. Bah.. didn’t she find the situation uncommon?

Later she told us, me and Friend1, not to look at them so intens because that would be not polite. Of course when the conversation happened, ‘the live movie’ had stopped. It was Daddy1 who realized what had his son do with presumably his friend’s daughter and separated them. I didn’t know why. For the sake of eastern morality? Couldn’t never find out.

So at home.. when my mom changed the channel when we watched any movie because the actors were about to kissed, it never bugged me. How could it? I’ve seen the live one LOL.

= = =

One thing occured to me about the scene in swimming pool was they were so kiddos. Isn’t at their time when boy thinks that girl is disgusting? Except for Darla and Alfalfa (on The Little Rascals movie – 1994) of course😉

7 Responses to “BO (Bimbingan Orangtua) / PS (Parents Supervised)”

  1. Asop April 18, 2010 at 9:00 am #

    Hahahahahaa! Kissing??😮😮
    Kapan ya saya pernah melihatnya langsung?
    Hmmm….

    ……
    Rasanya pernah deh SMP… Jadi waktu itu saya kelas 3, biasa lah, sekolah mengadakan bimbingan belajar habis Maghrib, sampe jam 8-an malem. Nah, waktu istirahat, saya ke kamar mandi. Eh tak disangka tak dinyana, saya denger suara2 aneh di pintu masuk kompel per-WC-an. Saya jalan pelan2, jinjit, dan saya intip ke dalam. Di depan jajaran pintu WC, ada sepasang muda-mudi (saya ga kenal siapa, tapi mereka satu SMP) entah udah selesai ciuman apa masih baru mau ciuman.
    Haha… akhirnya ya udah deh saya ga tega ganggu, saya ga jadi pipis..:mrgreen:
    Dasar kenakalan remaja… ck ck ck…😉

    • nadiafriza April 19, 2010 at 4:08 pm #

      di toilet cowo? seriously? apa rasa nya tuh.. bau pesing gitu..? huhaha

      • Asop April 19, 2010 at 5:46 pm #

        Serius itu…. Hahaha… Gila yah…😆
        Ga bau kok, bukan di dalem bilik WC-nya, masih di depan pintu.😛

        • nadiafriza April 20, 2010 at 10:52 am #

          haha sama ajaa.. suasana nya itu loh >> apa sih ini malah dibahas detail😀

  2. Andry April 18, 2010 at 10:06 am #

    wah kalo orang ciuman mah sekarang dah banyak diumbar di infotainment, kalo liat langsung palingan ciuman ibu ama bayinya, hahhahaa

    • nadiafriza April 19, 2010 at 4:10 pm #

      hehehe… yang di tv doesnt counted ndry🙂
      btw thanx udah komen yaa

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