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These Girls Skipped Graduation to Celebrate Finishing School at EK

They ended their school life with a bang!
IMAGE Angela Andres | facebook.com/xzanders

Who wouldn't love wearing their toga after four (excruciatingly painful) years in college? We definitely would want to wear that all day, march during the graduation ceremony with pride, and just soak in the feeling of finally saying goodbye to school life.

These girls, however, did something different and ~*EXTRA*~ to celebrate this. Instead of wearing their togas during their graduation ceremony, they skipped it altogether and went to a trip to Enchanted Kingdom. And by the looks of it, they had so much fun!

Miriam College graduate Angela Andres, together with her friends Kamille Piñon and Andrija Bulos, drove all the way to the amusement park in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. They even went for a few stopovers for their grad feast.

These girls are too cute! And by the looks of their post, it seems like those who went to EK that day were so happy for them as well.

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Don't worry, though, because they apologized to their parents about skipping grad, but assured them that their diplomas are for them. Just look at their photos over here:

Congratulations, girls!

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