Good day you got there? I hope so, a big glass of iced coffee will do =)
Anyway, have you ever been a host? Master of Ceremony? Have you? Well, I have, several times. I don't like it that much. Public Speaking, well, me? Hell No. Haha.
Here, I want to tell you my worst experience of being a host for one of indie community I've involved in years ago. I almost forget how it felt. But I cannot forget, and I believe neither can my friend, how pathetic it was. Hahahahaha.
One day, when my friend and I were in the gathering talking about Buka Bareng C.U.T.S, the members asked us to be the host of the event because we got along so well than anybody else in the club. Being insisted, we finally accepted the job. (Apparently, my friend and I are classmates till now).
The event was around the corner so we began rehearsing, not so good though, but I thought: "okay, this is the time when you prove yourself, this is the time you go outside the box, outside your zone, to the wild!". That made me calm. At least until the time I had to go on the stage, speaking.
I knew, my friend was nervous, because me too. Actually, my friend and I, both of us, were not that good in public speaking. Really. It was kind of every eyes on us, they expected us to throw some jokes like we usually did in every gathering of the club. And what did we do actually on the stage? Frozen for sure. Hahahahaha. Really, my friend is actually a shy guy if he has to speak in the public. And I am afraid of the crowd, those eyes that seem to rape me and get me naked. But we went on all along the way. We didn't really give a damn about what people probably thought of us, as long as we did our job. No adverb. We just DID our job. Yes, we bored the crowd, that was our job. Hahahaha.
Yet, the event was going nice despite the MC sucked. Oh yeah, it was nice. My favourite band, C.U.T.S, played acoustically in the event.
You know, but I'm proud that, at least, I've been the host in the event where my favourite band played. We got photographed together. They became to know me so well. In one of the event, the voxes even wave at me. Yes, they know my name.
At least, I'm remembered, as the most pathetic MC in their life so far. Hahahaha.
Luckyly, I found some visual traces of me.
*I am the girl (please don't question. haha) with the black-white-stripped long sleeve, the guy next to me is Dimas Setiawan, my friend*