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    Posted January 19, 2014 by
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    Pie Party in 2013

     
      I am in manager of my basketball club about 2 years at Kanda University in Japan. There are 10 members in this club. My basketball club has many rules, regarding time, being careful while warming-up, using a big voice during games and being positive. One of the most valuable rules is celebrating a club member’s birthday and these days we buy a present and throw food in the birthday person’s face because this is club tradition in my case bean curd was thrown at me. I am just a sophmore so in the future I will become president and must decide everytihing about the club’s rules. June 10th is the current presidents birthday and she loves sweets especially “cream puffs” so I prepared 10 of them and we threw them at her with all our gratitude. We enjoyed throwing and eating cream puffs. I think this is good way to get along with each other because freshman just entering University have not had time to get to know our club's president. I think this tradition made our club more friendly. We were thankful for those cream puffs! However, 2 days after the party, our club's president had a bad stomachache because she ate too much raw cream during the heat and humidity of June. Since then, our club’s new rule is "do not throw uncooked food at people and then eat it!"

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