I think we all went through that stage. I am assuming we all led normal childhoods. It is quite an assumption I must admit since it is a fact that can never be generalised across the globe and among ages, but nonetheless makes explanation easy to do. So…
Assuming we all led normal childhoods, I think we all went through that stage. That particularly annoying stage. There comes a time in the life of a student when teachers would suddenly come up with some hilarious proposition to showcase our talents to our parents and subject us to utter humiliation. To the class diva or the class clown, this moment is the moment of it all. But to most of us who belong to the majority which people normally call as the "average student," such thought is so revolting that we immediately scowl upon it to the point that we boycott it. But, revolt as we may we always and still end up wearing those ridiculous costumes dancing in front of a myriad of people praying fervently for some storm or rain that could make the show an utter disaster.
And the old ones always tell us, they too were once kids.
I was once like that 15 years ago. Ha! This is a “field demo” of my former elementary school in celebration of its 85th anniversary. Yes, my school is THAT old. A field demo is a school activity where a year level (shown here are kindergarten students) would perform a dance routine they practised for ages. Anyway, I think the kiddos look cute :P