Che goh ha tin yau yee sing

Synopsis: In this high-school coming of age romantic comedy and with 2 months of summer vacation ahead of them, fresh graduates Kiki and Kammy swear to look for their first boyfriends and bring them ...
 
IMDB:
5.6
Year:
2002
30 Views


This is the most handsome couple on earth.

They are absolutely perfect.

Good figure la la

Best couple wa wa

One more time.

Shark and Big Mac.

It doesn't rhyme!

You win!

Sure!

What are you doing?

Sorry...

Beautiful.

This piece suits you best.

It's better to get rid of the bra.

Wonderful.

I think this is better.

Of course, I have a good shape.

Look, there is a black one.

Good, one for each.

Black and white, there will be no fight.

What a good point!

English!

Come on and have some fun.

Be happy.

Go and comfort Gigi.

What's it? A break up.

Gigi...

Let's play some games.

No.

Come on.

There is an old saying,

One should stay happy even in despair.

You're cute.

Since you're so doomed,

you should enjoy life.

What are you talking about?

I mean...

There are ups and downs in life.

Tons of men are out there.

Get Derek if David dumps you.

His name is John.

It's Jason!

His name is Weedy. He has no English name.

Really?

Where are you going?

Just a break up. Let's go.

Think about your parents

And your sisters and brothers.

Your grandparents too.

Your cousins as well.

Let's go...

Let's go!

Don't get upset.

Look! What a good natural born model!

Cool!

My goose bumps.

Don't tease him. He may be the most...

handsome guy in Siberia or Mediterranean.

We are just out-of-date.

He is quite cute.

Hey, it's mine.

Am I going to be the maid of honor?

Sure.

You're late.

Dad.

Kammy, thanks for coming!

Yes, Uncle.

You're great today.

This is nothing.

I will show you how to get a...

I am sure you'd love it.

Yeah, great...

Kiki, I would like to talk to you.

What is it?

Didn't you say you would...

bring some friends to cheer?

Your daughter alone is better than

a hundred of fans.

I don't want you to perform under stress.

You know this game

means a lot to your dad.

Street Champion, right?

If you win the first game,

you will be out for final.

What does that mean to you?

Why don't you just tell me?

Your dad is playing with his old friends.

Winning is not the key.

It's the encouragement.

I am here to encourage you.

Your dad wants you to be the cheerleader.

You know the game counts on...

our family support.

How insightful!

Get the cricket.

Your old man counts on you.

Give me a break!

Come and help.

Are you sure?

Look, what a good girl she is.

The yellow one? Yes.

Really?

Don't let girls hang out too much

at night. It's not healthy.

It's alright. She is holding it back.

When it comes to the real game,

she will be fine.

That foolish guy looks familiar.

Isn't he Form 4 C's LiZard?

Hi! Louis!

What is it?

Long time no see, LiZard.

Yes. I bump into him one day.

He is here to give some support

and for reunion sake.

Time flies.

And we are getting gray.

Kam, weren't you called Long hair

in high school?

What happen to you...

Ghost shaved it.

Remember him?

Mathew Chan in Form 2 B.

Of course, I remember him!

He used to beat you up all the time.

Yes...

I miss the old days.

Yes...

We will eXchange our number, alright?

Sure.

We finally meet.

Yes.

Teenage is a treasure to us all.

Let's catch up a bit. OK.

Come on, I will introduce you.

My daughter, Kiki.

Uncle LiZard.

Your name is funny.

My name is Danny, Cheung Lick.

She is my friend, Kammy.

Hi

Hello, Uncle.

Take care of my teammate.

Alright.

Go, go, Fung! Go for it...

Fung sucks!

Louis's great! Louis's cute!

Louis's cool! Louis wa wa!

Louis, go for it!

Louis goal...

B*tch!

What are you doing?

Go back.

What are you yelling at?

Imposter!

First, let's talk about the rules.

The rules never change.

Cats and dogs, let's go aside.

OK:

What car are you driving?

EXpensive one.

EXpensive? Subway.

Good, subway has no traffic jam.

It's not good to drive a bus.

I'll go to the bathroom;

will you go with me?

I'm busy staring at people.

Go on your own.

Where are you going?

I'm going to the bathroom.

I'll walk you there.

Miss, that's enough!

How would you know I stare at you?

Your eyes are sharp enough

I am chilled.

I like staring at you, so what?

You like staring at me.

I thought you said you like me.

If you like me, line up there please.

But you aren't that bad yourself...

I will give you a discount.

What?

Stare one get one free.

You stare me twice.

I will stare you once for free.

You wish!

Alright,

you'll have a bonus after 10 stares.

What... bon?

I've a very good girl.

I am so happy for you.

You're losing a great deal of hair.

I'll look after your daughter.

B*tch, what are you doing?

B*tch, I will beat up whenever I see you!

What's up?

Nothing.

Hey!

Are you still alive?

Yes, thanks for your regards.

Have you bought any new clothes?

I'm sure you've.

Are you okay?

I'm alright although I'm all wet.

You're so weak.

You just didn't know.

What? He kissed you?

What... who kissed you?

Fung.

The basketball player.

Did he stick in his tongue too?

No but...

I've.

You're so cheap!

Where were you guys when he kissed you?

Did he ask you out?

No.

That day...

I don't know what happened...

It was raining when my dad was playing.

I don't know why but he came along.

He said something.

Something...

And all of a sudden, he kissed me.

And you just let him?

Who knows? I was all blank.

Did he touch you?

Did you take advantage of you?

Surely not! I'm not that stupid!

I held his hands.

Well done!

And what's neXt?

And he...

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