Friday, December 25, 2009

Looking Back on a Prediction from the Oracle.

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THE ORACLE SAYS IT'S BACK TO THE 90s KIDS.

The decade where in people, my generation, felt unstoppable.

The age of the SNES, where Super Mario was born, The Legend of Zelda began, Final Fantasy had it's first, and Castlevania did a Transylvania.

Photo taken from http://trendhunter.com

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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Filipino Voices: How the CBCP turned our Congressmen into Cowards

“The separation of Church and State shall be inviolable.”

- Article 2, section 6 of the Philippine Constitution

“There must be no separation between God and Man. Without these conditions, the (RH) Bill if enacted into law will separate our nation from Almighty God.”

- CBCP President Angel Lagdameo

I agree! This is a must read! http://filipinovoices.com/how-the-cbcp-turned-our-congressmen-into-cowards

"As public servants, it’s not the Church, not the bishops, not even the Catholics they should be afraid of. It’s the Filipino citizens — regardless of religion — that our representatives should respect."

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Wednesday, November 11, 2009

DIONISIA KNOWS...Watch it!

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DIONISIA KNOWS...http://www.dionisiaknows.com


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Saturday, November 7, 2009

YouTube: GOODTIMES WITH BAMBOO 2 of 2

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YouTube: GOODTIMES WITH BAMBOO 1 of 2

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Thursday, November 5, 2009

Fred Wilson, Founder, Union Square Ventures

"Entrepreneurs don't need degrees like lawyers and doctors do. They are credentialed by virtue of their track record."

-Fred Wilson, Founder, Union Square Ventures

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The Best Decline Letter of All-Time: Edmund Wilson

Check out the article at http://www.fourhourworkweek.com/blog/2009/10/07/edmund-wilson-letter/

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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Another Japanese Food adventure: JOHN and YOKO!

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I haven't had my Japanese food fix in what seemed like forever so I decided to go back to JOHN and YOKO!

Armed with a hungry stomach, a tongue craving for Japanese food, and my constant foodie companion, we traveled to Makati to get our fix.



JOHN and YOKO is located at GREENBELT 5 and we arrived in the area just after the evening mass at the Greenbelt Chapel. The place was a bit full but we got seated without waiting.

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

The Best Value for your Money Japanese Resto in the Metro! Well, in my opinion so far :)

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For the longest time, I hadn't woken up early for a morning meeting.

It was a Monday, my alarm sounded...8:30AM. My meeting was at 11AM. I was thinking if I could get a few minutes more of sleep but decided against it to anticipate Monday traffic jams. Don't sneer! 11AM is really early for me considering my lifestyle!

We got to leave my place by 9:30AM and arrived at the venue with enough time to spare for a quick breakfast at Pancake House. The usual Country Breakfast for me, and Beef Tapa for my constant foodie companion.

It was a satisfying breakfast except for the hot tea. It wasn't worth finishing.

Off to the meeting! It had a very casual and friendly feel in a formal environment, it was good to catch up with Myke, who is now handling Marketing and Advertising for another commercial property. An hour and thirty minutes passed and we wrapped up, listed down our assignments and said our goodbyes.

Now I come to the main point of my story...sorry to keep you waiting...KIMONO KEN!

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Dear Mr. President by Pink

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I just saw a video on Facebook, E PLURIBUS UNUM: Noynoy Aquino produced by the Tromans Production. The video used Pink's Dear Mr. President but instead of Mr. President it is replaced with Mrs. President to put it into a Philippine context. Follow the link to watch E PLURIBUS UNUM http://ow.ly/ptm2

I included in this post the video of Pink with the Indigo Girls performing the song.

Music has an amazing way of transcending all boundaries and contexts. It was performed 2 years ago to paint a picture for the American people about their government with George W. Bush at the helm.

And now through E PLURIBUS UNUM http://ow.ly/ptm2 it's being used to deliver a point about our current Philippine government and to show us that we have a choice.


Dear Mr. President
Pinkk feat. the Indigo Girls

Dear Mr. President,
Come take a walk with me.
Let's pretend we're just two people and
You're not better than me.
I'd like to ask you some questions if we can speak honestly.

What do you feel when you see all the homeless on the street?
Who do you pray for at night before you go to sleep?
What do you feel when you look in the mirror?
Are you proud?

How do you sleep while the rest of us cry?
How do you dream when a mother has no chance to say goodbye?
How do you walk with your head held high?
Can you even look me in the eye
And tell me why?

Dear Mr. President,
Were you a lonely boy?
Are you a lonely boy?
Are you a lonely boy?
How can you say
No child is left behind?
We're not dumb and we're not blind.
They're all sitting in your cells
While you pave the road to hell.

What kind of father would take his own daughter's rights away?
And what kind of father might hate his own daughter if she were gay?
I can only imagine what the first lady has to say
You've come a long way from whiskey and cocaine.

How do you sleep while the rest of us cry?
How do you dream when a mother has no chance to say goodbye?
How do you walk with your head held high?
Can you even look me in the eye?

Let me tell you 'bout hard work
Minimum wage with a baby on the way
Let me tell you 'bout hard work
Rebuilding your house after the bombs took them away
Let me tell you 'bout hard work
Building a bed out of a cardboard box
Let me tell you 'bout hard work
Hard work
Hard work
You don't know nothing 'bout hard work
Hard work
Hard work
Oh

How do you sleep at night?
How do you walk with your head held high?
Dear Mr. President,
You'd never take a walk with me.
Would you?



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Tuesday, September 15, 2009

This is our Generation, this is our Legacy.

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It is our time.

I am a state of mind, an aspiration, an ideology.
I am a concept that is made tangible to elicit a reaction, a response, a movement.
I am an abstract that is made real to inspire, to light fires, to feed your senses.
I am a value that is brought to life, to pry open your eyes and cure your apathy.

This is our generation, this is our legacy.

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Friday, September 11, 2009

LIHAM NI NINOY KAY NOYNOY

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Taken from www.juancountry.com

LIHAM NI NINOY KAY NOYNOY

August 25, 1973

Fort Bonifacio

11:30pm

Mr. Benigno S. Aquino III

P E R S O N A L

My dearest Son:

One of these days , when you have completed your studies I am sure you will have the opportunity to visit many countries. And in your travels you will witness a bullfight.

In Spanish bullfighting as you know, a man – the matador – is pitted against an angry bull.

The man goads the bull to extreme anger and madness. Then a moment comes when the bull, maddened, bleeding and covered with darts, feeling his last moment has come, stops rushing about and grimly turns his face on the man with the scarlet “muleta” and sword. The Spaniards call this “the moment of truth.” This is the climax of the bullfight.

This afternoon, I have arrived at my own moment of truth. After a lengthy conference with my lawyers, Senators Jovito R. Salonga and Lorenzo M. Tanada I made a very crucial and vital decision that will surely affect all our lives: mommie’s, your sisters’, yours and all our loved ones as well as mine.

I have decided not to participate in the proceedings of the Military Commission assigned to try the charges filed against me by the army prosecution staff. As you know, I’ve been charged with illegal possession of firearms, violation of RA 1700 otherwise known as the “Anti-Subversion Act” and murder.

You are still too young to grasp the full impact of my decision. Briefly: by not participating in the proceedings, I will not be represented by counsel, the prosecution will present its witnesses without any cross examinations, I will not put up any defense, I will remain passive and quiet through the entire trial and I will merely await the verdict. Inasmuch as it will be a completely one-sided affair, I suppose it is reasonable to expect the maximum penalty will be given to me. I expect to be sentenced to imprisonment the rest of my natural life, or possibly be sent to stand before a firing squad. By adopting the course of action I decided upon this afternoon, I have literally decided to walk into the very jaws of death.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

SENATOR BENIGNO “NOYNOY” S. AQUINO III ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN PUBLIC SERVICE

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I've been hearing a lot of chatter over the world wide web about Noynoy Aquino's bid for the presidential post.

Does Noynoy have the political experience and credentials? What bills has he passed? Does Noynoy have enough support nationally to run an effective presidential campaign?

There are views that think he was pushed into his 09.09.09 declaration, that he is not a willing candidate, and for that why vote for someone who doesn't want to be the president in the first place? Others believe that his appeal can only be attributed to his iconic parents and that it would dissipate in the heat of a presidential run.

To put these Noynoy sentiments into one cohesive idea, let's take a tweet from Twitter: "That's how desperate we Pinoys are. Credentials takes a back seat over integrity and good character. If only we can have both."

Noynoy Aquino is our generation's catalyst. He is our rallying point. Indeed, he is the product of icons, can you blame him that? His mother as well was an unwilling candidate, but they both see what is at risk.

I am not desperate. I am hopeful. This is our generation, we are the hammers that will forge our legacy, we look beyond 2010.

It is our time.

This will be my mantra:
I am a state of mind, an aspiration, an ideology.
I am a concept that is made tangible to elicit a reaction, a response, a movement.
I am an abstract that is made real to inspire, to light fires, to feed your senses.
I am a value that is brought to life, to pry open your eyes and cure your apathy.

This is our generation, this is our legacy.


Information below provided by Mai Mislang. Thank you Mai!

SENATOR BENIGNO “NOYNOY” S. AQUINO III ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN PUBLIC SERVICE

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Save Me...

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Disappearing acts. A bad habit, something I picked up along the way.

When everything around you collapses, you run for cover.

I came to understand the reasons behind the solitude. A retreat from the real world into my world, trying to keep myself intact...

I haven't found the will to be...a better person, a better companion. I wish I could have been better, but I'm not. I am what I am.

Leave...save yourself and leave.

Monday, August 24, 2009

A good meal for 2 under P500! Coral Garden!

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Sunday afternoon, Me and the group were supposed to do our TV commercial shoot. We had food, water, other beverages, the crew...but alas, we didn't have all the elements in place. So, our director, Direk Edong, herded us all up, said a few words and called for a pack up.

Due to the disappointing turn of events, I needed good comfort food to salvage what was left of my day.

Me and my foodie buddy Toni were on the road, it was about time for dinner, and we were thinking of a restaurant to wash our worries away...and then it came to me, my mouth started to water at the mere mention of the name...CORAL GARDEN! So off to Libis we went!

Monday, August 17, 2009

At Last! CHARLIE'S GRIND and GRILL! And my first ever food blog :)

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So here it is! My very first food blog!

As i sit here writing and fulfilling one of my long overdue projects, biting into my leftover Philly Cheese Steak, (we ordered more than we can chew really but more on that later) I present to you...CHARLIE'S GRIND and GRILL!



I first came across this place from Anton Diaz's site www.ourawesomeplanet.com and by the way he reviewed the food, I knew we had to try it.

Located on West Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Charlie's Grind and Grill is a quaint Burger and Cheese Steak joint, but let me tell you, there is nothing quaint or small about their food.

Saturday, August 15, 2009

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

CORY! By WORD OF THE LOURD.

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CORY! By WORD OF THE LOURD.

Another piece by Lourd de Veyra.

WANG WANG ng INA MO! By WORD OF THE LOURD.

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WANG WANG ng INA MO! By WORD OF THE LOURD.

This KICKS ASS! Getting your opinion across in less than 5 minutes! The beauty of online shows! Watch whenever and whatever you want!

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Teddy Locsin’s Eulogy for President Cory Aquino

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Teddy Locsin’s Eulogy for President Cory Aquino

Taken from http://jessicarulestheuniverse.com

Throughout thirteen years of martial law, until I laid eyes on her again, I never thought that I would ever see the end of it. Least of all that my father would survive it. I am not much given to prayer or pious reflection but when I could set aside my anger, I prayed my father would see democracy again.

Late one afternoon, in San Francisco, I got a call. It was from Cory Aquino, for whom I had written one speech after her husband’s assassination. She said she had accepted Marcos’s challenge in a Snap Presidential Election. I put down the phone, and packed my bags, and reported to her at the Cojuangco Building.

Saturday, August 1, 2009

"Corazon Aquino is TIME's Woman of the Year for 1986."

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History lesson. Going back to 1986...Taken from http://www.time.com

Taken from www.time.com

History, wrote Gibbon, is little more than a "register of crimes, sorrows and misfortunes." It is, equally often, a study in black ironies or the fatal mechanisms of tragedy. Sometimes history is even a cautionary tale, an Aesopian fable on the folly of blindness or greed or lust. But history is rarely a fairy tale, a narrative that instructs as well as inspires. Still less often is it a morality play, in which the forces of corruption and redemption, of extravagance and modesty collide in perfect symmetry.

In 1986, however, as all the global village looked on, history turned into a clash of symbols in the Republic of the Philippines, a nation long relegated to its dustier corridors. There in the Southeast Asian archipelago of 56 million people and more than 7,000 islands, life not only imitated art but improved upon it. In a made-for-television drama watched by millions, two veteran rulers, President Ferdinand Marcos and his wife Imelda, stumbled and fell in their ruthless campaign to extend, with an immodesty broader than a scriptwriter's fancy, their stolen empire.

During the final years of his "constitutional authoritarianism," Marcos had effectively moved his country backward -- from democracy to autocracy, from prosperity to poverty, from general peace to a widespread Communist insurgency. Treating the national treasury as if it were their personal checking account, the royal couple had looted their land of perhaps $5 billion. "Here in the Philippines," said Imelda, "we live in a paradise. There are no poor people as there are in other countries." Even as she spoke, seven in every ten Filipinos were living below the poverty level.

Taken from www.time.com

The sudden turn of fortune's wheel came when a confident Marcos, who had never lost a vote in his life, called a snap election. He was thus hoping to satisfy the Reagan Administration's demands that he become more democratic. But Marcos' plans for victory were upset by a slight, bespectacled mother of five, who had entered politics only two months earlier. When she went to fill out her application for the presidency, Corazon Aquino had nothing to enter under OCCUPATION but "Housewife." The last office for which the soft-spoken - widow had been chosen was valedictorian of her sixth-grade class. In fact, her chief, if not her only, political strengths seemed to be her innocence of politics and the moral symbolism of her name. In Spanish, her first name meant "heart"; in Philippine politics, her second signified "martyred opposition," in memory of her late husband Benigno (Ninoy) Aquino, once Marcos' chief rival, who was slain on his return from exile in 1983. Cory Aquino, at 53, stood in effect on a platform of faith, hope and charity.

The outcome of the allegorical battle seemed pre-scripted, if not predestined. Marcos, who had once been an effective and even popular ruler, in recent years had gradually proved brilliant enough to rewrite the rules and brutal enough to enforce them. On election day in February, in full view of more than 700 foreign journalists, Marcos' men ripped up ballots, bought others and intimidated voters at gunpoint. As many as 3 million names were simply struck off the voter lists.

Then, suddenly, the implausible began to happen. Thousands of volunteer poll watchers, singing hymns and burning candles, formed a human barricade against the armed goons and carried their ballot boxes through the streets to counting stations. Thirty of the government's vote tabulators walked out in protest against the fraud. The country's Catholic bishops publicly condemned the election, and the U.S. Senate echoed the protest.

Taken from www.time.com

Soon the implausible turned into the improbable. Defense Minister Juan Ponce Enrile, the architect of Marcos' martial law, and Lieut. General Fidel Ramos, the deputy chief of the armed forces, broke away from the government, claiming that Aquino was the true winner. As the rebels barricaded themselves inside two military camps, first hundreds, then thousands, then tens of thousands of common citizens poured into the streets to offer food, support and protection, if need be with their bodies, to the maverick soldiers and Aquino backers. As civilians, bearing only flags and flowers, took up positions to defend the military men, the world knew that it was watching more than just an electoral upheaval.

Finally, the improbable became the impossible. Marcos' tanks rolled toward the crowds, only to be stopped by nuns kneeling in their path, saying the rosary. Old women went up to gun-toting marines and disarmed them with motherly hugs. Little girls offered their flowers to hardened combat veterans. In the face of such quiet heroism, thousands of Marcos loyalists defected; many simply broke down in tears.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

The Revolution

“…government is force, not reason.” - Ron Paul, The Revolution

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Dissent

“In all affairs, it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” - Bertrand Russell

Saturday, June 6, 2009

88 Million vs. 211...

Would you like to guess how much political hurt can the wrath of 88 million Filipinos inflict on 211 Congressmen?

Thursday, June 4, 2009

Oppose Constituent Assembly from A Filipina Mom Blogger.

Oppose Constituent Assembly from A Filipina Mom Blogger.

Check if your Representative voted or signed for HR 1109, check out this link http://is.gd/NHxh

Wednesday, May 6, 2009

SALITA Official Music VIdeo by ANGULO

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It's OUT!

One of my favorite songs from ANGULO.

Enjoy!

Friday, April 10, 2009

Family directed by Yasmin Ahmad for ThinkFamily.sg

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I should learn how to appreciate Family.



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Monday, March 16, 2009

A Love Divine.

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A Love Divine.
--by KJNC

It only takes one
A look, one moment
A smile that never fades
A treasured memory

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Between Seconds

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Between Seconds


Days spent in idle moments
Hours passed between my lips
Minutes trickled down my cheek
Seconds between seconds between seconds…

Friday, February 6, 2009

Signs

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Friday, January 30, 2009

Amazing.

"She moved on, stop torturing yourself, stop hurting yourself. Accept it."

I was there, she chose otherwise. I lost, I will find it again. I can't help but wait. Until I can truly say and feel amazing...

Remember to Always Learn.

Read an SMS from Dyana at around 3am this morning...it's hard to be in a relationship without trust. It's impossible actually.

"I still make the same mistakes...". Don't. Learn and move on.

Cherish the great moments that you had with him, believe that they were true and sincere, what you had will always be there. But remember to always learn.

Waiting For...

"...trying to figure someone out takes up a lot of energy."
- Greg Behrendt

"Don't waste the pretty."
- Greg Behrendt

Yes. The author of "he's not just into you". A dear friend of mine lent it to me.

I asked: "Have you learned a lot from it?"

You Don't See Me...

When you think you're about to be fine, when you think everything is going to be ok, you get blind sided...again.

You become stupid, and hope for answers.

You rush to hope and slam into a wall of silence. Deafening silence. You break out into a cold sweat, butterflies in your gut, in your chest. Your mind races but there's nothing there but silence.

How many times can you endure the anxious wait? How many times until you realize, she's not there.

Time to Heal.

One More Chance! I think almost everyone could relate hahaha I think I'm Trisha and Popoy rolled into one! Surprisingly, I didn't find my tears...

So many things that I want to know, to ask, to tell you...I'm realizing now that no amount of words said or written can make things better for you or better for me. I was looking for an outlet but this should stop here. This should stop. The chapter is done, and everything that follows. I wish I was everything you wanted. I'm happy for you.

Be whole, be well...just breathe. Time for change, for growth. It's time for me to wake up. It's time to heal.

Passion Pride Family

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Passion Pride Family started out as my internal concepts and values that I believe transcend through our Lifetime. Values that you realize in hindsight, or aspire to, or currently living by. This is what these words mean to me.

Don't lose your Passion. Sustenance for the tired body, energy for the weakened spirit...Passion, with focused reason, fuels the desire to achieve goals, dreams, and allows us to hang on during 'impossible' times in life. Passion makes the good life better.

Closing Cycles...

"Closing cycles: Not because of pride, incapacity or arrogance, but simply because that no longer fits your life. Shut the door, change the record, clean the house and shake off the dust. Stop being who you were, and change into who you are."

-- Paolo Coelho

5 Secrets to Be the Best First Date of His Life!

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I was given another brief for another article. How to be the best first date of his life! Unpublished.

1. KNOW WHAT YOU WANT or at least KNOW WHAT YOU DON’T WANT Though it’s hard for you to believe, guys take the time and the effort to plan that FIRST DATE, so if he asks you beforehand about where you’d like to eat or the kind of movies you watch don’t say “maski saan” or “maski ano”. Know what you want or at least know what you don’t want, don’t be afraid to tell him that you don’t like to have dinner at the neighborhood “isawan” and that you don’t want to watch Scary Movie 5, give him ideas on what you like and it can take off some of the pressure from first date jitters.

2. KNOW HOW TO ACCEPT COMPLIMENTS AND GIVE THEM BACK If he tells you that you’re beautiful say “thank you” and flash that winning smile, better yet, say “you’re not too shabby yourself”…or something to that effect. Don’t just brush off a compliment from him by changing the subject or pretending not to hear. “Bolero ka talaga” and “tumahimik ka nga” are not good comebacks to “You look good”. It’s hard for us to build up the confidence to give a sincere compliment, and acknowledging that compliment makes the thumb twiddling worthwhile.

When Boys Go Out!

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A friend of mine asked me to write an article for her magazine...I think I bullied my way into it hahaha! She wanted an article about the different types of Night Outs for guys.Published in CHALK Magazine. Unedited Version.

“I’LL BE AT MY BOY’S HOUSE”. A typical boys’ night out, a chance to catch up about each others lives, reminisce about how things used to be when everyone was single, to rant about girlfriends, to talk about other women, and to get stupidly wasted in a relatively safe and inexpensive environment. Yes, I know, surprisingly, we men talk, and we talk a lot. Don’t worry, we don’t talk about intimate things about our girlfriends, it’s one of those topics that are off limits to us guys. Recalling the good old days when we went out whenever we wanted to, retelling stories that started out with “remember that girl…”, when life was not complicated by other people’s emotions. Don’t get me wrong though, we’re not unhappy, it’s just a venue where we can say “Women!” and roll our eyes after. This is where we can bond, with no one around, just close friends with your favorite bottle of alcohol.

“FRIEND IN TROUBLE”. It’s when one of the guys unexpectedly calls up your boy and asks to meet up for a few drinks. Problems from family to the girlfriend, it can take a couple of hours to a whole night. Boys use friends as emotional shock absorbers. Yes, we have emotions and we cry sometimes. We need an understanding friend who will listen in times of distress, and that friend is your boyfriend. There is nothing to be suspicious about, unless he has a different friend in trouble every single night.

Break Up Season

Break Up Season by Tonimari Santos. go to www.hulabaluga.multiply.com

It's been a very common, almost daily entry that I find this in my Facebook accounts.


"Girl" and "Boy" ended their relationship.

Although, come to think of it, this kind of thing probably happens everyday if not every minute. Sad part about it is, it's happening to most of my friends.

It's never a good experience breaking someone's heart and ending a relationship. I've always believed that if you think you can hold on, if you can still take it, if you can still try and understand your partner, then this should never be an option. In every relationship, most people say that the partners define if it will work out or not, if she'll stay or leave, work it out or give up.

This is what I do. This is who I am.

I am a STATE OF MIND, an ASPIRATION, an IDEOLOGY.

I am a CONCEPT that is made TANGIBLE to elicit a REACTION, a RESPONSE, a MOVEMENT.

My photo

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