We said goodbye to Nicolas this afternoon at our class party. Jim and Dylan said a few words and then we listened to some of the memories from the class.
Everyone said the same – that Nicolas is the wackiest, funniest, craziest , zaniest and most awesome and irreplaceable classmate. Here’s some more.
You have always been the craziest, funniest, least boring person I knew in the school, and the person who always broke awkward silences in class. This will probably be the same for lots of other people, and won’t change for me. One thing I won’t forget is your and Violetta’s crazy fights in karate. I hope it is great fun in Chile. Lucy.
I will always remember at May’s party when you took off your top and ran around the garden shouting ‘This is war!’ I also remember when you drank a whole pot of chilli sauce. You also went through a phase of asking girls out and you got rejected by everyone! You will be missed. Sylvie
Nicolas is a good friend of mind because he is awesome. But what I really remember about Nicolas is he’s the funniest person in the class to me. Nicolas has nicknames for most of the boys – like mine is Tylaby. One of my best memories is of his 10th birthday party. It was a Nerf war at Brockwell Park. I was on his team to capture the flag. Nicolas is a very good friend who I am going to miss. Bye Nicolas and have a nice time in Chile! Tyree
I always used to think (and I still do now) that you were the most crazy, wacky boy in the class. I remember when we were going to Legoland, I had to sit next to you on the coach, and for the whole way there you were saying ‘waffles plus Legoland equals awesome!’ (I have it on camera!) Crazy memories! May.
Even though you annoyed me from time to time, you still did it in a funny way. ..no-one will replace your personality in the class. Portia
Remember Making Club in Year 1 – we looked for different things in the playground and made stuff out of it. Dylan
…a bit of a joker and …. he ate other people’s earwax! Have a great time in Chile! Celeste
Nicolas is a good friend. I remember when me and him were playing a game and we were play-arguing in Spanish and Portugese. I liked his art work and most of all his friendship. U R a * don’t 4get that. Kelvin