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Kyle: Wow, how can I describe my appreciation? Meshed in my brain is the time we spent in and out of classes last semester, especially the part where would race against each other for the couch in the lounge, lol. Remember that? Remember how you would roll your eyes when I arrive first? Remember how I would throw slight tantrums if you arrived before me? But yeah, thank you so much for instilling the stress in me last semester. If it hadn't been for you, I wouldn't be pushing myself to the core as a senior. Thank you for inadvertently reminding me, through your extremely high grades that I am capable of chasing the scores that I desire. Thank you for momentarily being my punch bag Bob, allowing me to rant my frustrations at the life and people outside of our campus.
Although our rare conversations are accentuated with a sense of awkwardness, I would like to wish you the best of luck in all that you choose to do in university and, certainly, hope that you'll be able to achieve your dreams of being a creative writer.
Chester: There's so much I am capable of writing about you, man, but due to the space constraint, I shall shorten it. If I have the opportunity to leave a farewell message on your Yearbook, I might continue writing it there, but we'll see about that.
Thank you for being my group mate (twice!). I still can remember the sparkle in your eyes when you learned that we were collaborating for both the Hamlet and Media Presentation units. Thank you for being such a caring friend during such a terribly hectic semester (especially our first Blended Learning Friday of the semester; I know I looked extremely pale) and bailing me out whenever necessary. From the bottom of my heart, thank you for all you've done for me in and out of class; I really appreciate it.
I am looking forward to maintaining in touch with you after my graduation, and who knows if I might join you in your chosen university? =P I'm still deciding between the three universities.