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Actually, it happen last Saturday while I’m went out with Bob. Unfortunately, I’m missed this moment and after I view back my phone gallery I was realize something missing bout that day.

Let flash back, before we ate at mcD. I step into Speedy shop, guess what? I bought this CD that really make me laugh and incidentally fluent with that character. Damn you Tomoyo. It a “Japanese School Drama”. Wait wait, I don’t want to mention more about this great drama. Anyway this is the brief synopsis. Just go a watch it, you’ll be crazy like me. Hahahahha

Sakaki “Tornado” Makio, the tough 27-year-old wakagashira (young master) of the Kantou Sharp Fang family loves alcohol, fighting, women and pudding. However, he is a high school drop-out and by academic standards, pretty dumb. He is illiterate, extremely bad at math and cannot even fully write his name in kanji. His father who is also the family’s oyabun (boss), worries for the future of his son and his organization as he wishes for Makio to succeed him. He decides to force his son to return to high school to receive his diploma. He asks an old friend who happens to be the principal of a nearby school to admit Makio. If Makio doesn’t graduate, the position of boss will be given to his younger brother Mikio.

Furthermore, he must pose as a 17-year-old during school hours and in the presence of any classmates or teachers outside of school. If his cover is blown, it would be the end of his high school career as well as his hopes to become boss. Things start out rough and tough as Makio’s violent temper is tested. As the lessons and days go by he learns there is much more to school than just tests and studying.

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