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Losing my Religion

>> Thursday, July 31, 2008

I stumbled upon this at one of the groups I'm part of.

"I won't be a hypocrite.
I won't say I am living a virtuous life
amidst a cornucopia of sins and immorality
I am not religious.
I am not sacrilegious.
but when I lost my religion,
my faith intensified."

How true.


6 up for Harry

>> Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The trailer for Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.

Young Voldy is cute ha. Evilness in the making! And oh, oh, he's the nephew of Voldemort, Fiennes. Forgot the name of the kid. :)) Oh there, Hero Fiennes-Tiffin.

Oh wheee! I cannot wait! November come now!


blocked sites

>> Monday, July 28, 2008

Blocking sites sucks big time.

One, it's frustrating. Let's say your researching for information related to your work. You find what you're looking for through google then it directs you to a certain site, let's say blogspot. When you click it, a sign pops up and says that "This page cannot be displayed." What do you do? Hang your head in dismay because blogspot is blocked.

Two, it's useless. There are proxy sites that allow you to visit this blocked sites. So what's the use of blocking them if there are other ways of opening the sites. It just adds to the job of opening a proxy site, pasting the desired url and checking it with an anonymous url. Even if some proxy sites disable java, YouTube is still accessible. Watching video is still possible. The only glitch in it is that you can't see the info of the video.

Three, it delays fun. When my friends send me photos that are hosted by photobucket, I can't just click it from the link. I still have to go through the proxy site long cut before I can see the photo.

Now, now. Why should I be complaining? Proxy sites are there to save my ass from being bored. Proxy sites allow me to post photos and entries when I have the "inspiration" or the idea to share. I just find the whole process dragging and so damn long.

I gotta give credit to Bambi, who taught me the wonders of proxy sites. Without her little tip, I wouldn't be able to post entries. The weird thing about the office rule on blocking sites is that I am able to type in blogger, but when I open blogspot, I would need a proxy.


Wardrobe Crisis

>> Sunday, July 27, 2008

Mom and I raided my closet to sort my clothes. I took out pairs of pants that are too small for me, or too outdated (high waist and long zippers oh camooon I still kept those? haha). I piled up shirts that when worn, they went above my waist. I didn't want to give them away because they were still in good condition.

Mom has this special way of washing clothes. My shirts from waaay back in grade school are still wearable. They don't look like I've had them for years. I still wear a shirt that I got when I was in grade 4. It was a long shirt back then, but now, it's just the right size. The color is still stark red. Simple shirts do not go out of style. That's why I keep them. (By the way, I didn't throw that red shirt. :P ) The secret to Mom's laundry? Never dry them under direct sunlight.

Oh yeah, we don't use fabric conditioner nor iron clothes. Cool, huh?

Anyway, I found out that I had a lot of skirts. I know I have a lot of tops and bottoms. The problem is that I don't know how to mix and match. My philosophy is a shirt, pants, rubber shoes and I'm ok. I'm not your typical lady who'd spend hours raiding the closet for clothes that will compliment each other. I do spend minutes staring at my closet, only because I've wore the usual shirts. I don't mind the other tops that can be put together with this cardigan, or the undershirt that can be used as an accessory.

So Mom, being the super mom of all my life, helped me plan one week of dressing up. I'm on my own on the next week, and so I'm doomed.

Hey, I'm proud to say that I know the basics. Polka dots do not go with stripes. Hell no, I don't have polka dots. Neon green is a pain in the eyes and definitely not a perfect combination with orange pants. I'm aware of the big no-nos in eccentricities. To be safe, I go for simple. White with khaki. Black printed skirt and white top or black. Jeans, basically anything.

The only thing I know what to match are shoes. Red shoes can go with black tops, white tops or any shade of pink. Black goes with anything. Pointed for added attitude. But no no pointed for a spongebob shirt.

Casual, I can do. But office wear and party wear (Uh yeah, I don't party. haha but you hopefully get what I mean), I'm totally clueless on those artistic matches. With my sense of fashion, I'd be on the other side of Gossip Girl town.

So let's see what will happen with my clothes and my deciding talent. Oh heaven of fashion, why is it so hard to be a girl and be presentable? hahaha


nicked from tia

>> Friday, July 25, 2008

1. Who was your FIRST prom date?
None. HAHAHAHAHA yes. Stag all the way.

2. Do you still talk to your FIRST love?
sino ba kasi si first love? hahahaha

3. What was your FIRST alcoholic drink?
Edlyn's birthday sa Tapika non. I think that was a Weng Weng. Can't remember.

4. What was your FIRST job?
Part time entertainer =)) for Mad Science. But job job as in full time, then this is it. First and current job.

5. What was your FIRST car?
A mercedes benz. Yes. It's so high tech, it can fit my palm =))

6. Who was the FIRST person to text you today?
Mom i think. Or was it Dane?

7. Who is the FIRST person/s you thought of this morning?
I dunno.

8. Who was your FIRST grade teacher?
T. Phoebe.

9. Where did you go on your FIRST ride on an airplane?
Sa moon. Kill me, I haven't ridden an airplane yet.

10. Who was your FIRST best friend and are you still friends with them?
Casey was my best friend back in preschool. She's still a friend, though not that close anymore. Krichelle was my church best friend. We talk on ym, once in a while. I don't get to see her anymore because she lives so far away and they decided to go to church near their house.

11. What was your FIRST sport played?
Tennis. :P

12. Where was your FIRST sleep over?
Lani's house. Grade 2 i think.

13. Who was the FIRST person you talked to today?

14. Whose wedding were you in the FIRST time?
Tito Felix's wedding yata. I remember being a flower girl but I didn't know who was getting married at that time. :)) I didn't even know 98% of the people.

15. What was the FIRST thing you did this morning?
Said Amen. :p

16. Where was your FIRST vacation?
Baguio I think.

17. FIRST tattoo or piercing?
Piercing. Ears. When I was a baby.

18. FIRST foreign country you went to?
None. lalalalalalalala.

19. What was your FIRST run in with the law?
None yet. Yes.

20. When was your FIRST detention?
None. Di uso detention dito.

21. What was the FIRST state you lived in?
None. I'm stateless =))

22. Who was the FIRST person to break your heart?
Si ano. When I found out he was gay. HAHAHAHA whohoooo *whistles*

23. Who was your FIRST roommate?
Parents. haha Well, I was a kid camon!

24. Where did you go on your FIRST limo ride?
In my dreams. :))


staying on top

>> Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Australian Open. Check.
French Open. Check.
Wimbledon. Check.

That's three Grand Slam tournaments this year. The US Open is next and I am hoping that Federer wins this game.

To those who are not familiar with the point system in tennis ranking, a player earns a certain amount of points when he or she wins a match. The higher the points as he progresses in the tournament.

For the US open, the winner will earn 1000 points. If Federer wins it, his ranking points would be 7000+. It'll also secure his number one spot.

But judging on his performance this year, he really has to watch out for Nadal. Nadal is really fired up this year and it's really evident that he's pushing himself to the limits. If he continues his good performance, soon enough, he'll take the first place from Federer. Federer fans wouldn't want that to happen. The Fed needs motivation people!

In order to have a sure spot, someone has to defeat Nadal in the course of the tournament. Nadal is the only and greatest opponent that will challenge Federer. Nadal is only 700 points away from Fed's points. Wake up, Fed. The young padawan is getting stronger.

I'm laying all my chips for the preppy. Nadal will always be the hottie Hercules, but he'll remain my second choice in tennis tournaments. He can get his number one spot as soon as Federer resigns. Resignation will come 20 years from now. hahahaha Yeah yea, I wish.

The US Open starts in the middle of August! GO FED GOOOOOO!

photo from tennis.com


Subic in photos

>> Saturday, July 19, 2008

Watch me follow rules

Wild greens

Monkeying around

Haunt me a History

For more photos, go forth and Flickr.


to Mordor! In song!

>> Thursday, July 17, 2008

J.R.R. Tolkien created Middle Earth, a land of magical creatures, elven folk, and adorable hobbits. He wrote about lands that is inhabited by dwarfs, orcs, ents. A ring was forged by the Lord Sauron and a journey to destroy it became one of the greatest and most famous literary work in history.

The movie by Peter Jackson inspired playwrights to have a stage version of the epic tale of Frodo Baggins, the ringbearer.

Fly with me to West End to see the musical version of Lord of the Rings.

The West End version is better and more coherent than the Toronto run. The West End production widened its stage to the audience area. At the part where Gandalf falls into the pit of Balrog, a gust of wind blows into the audience's faces. They brought the audience with them, into the dark caves of Moria.

When the Orcs arrive to haunt down the fellowship, the actors enter from the main doors. They run down the aisles, occasionally scaring the people within their reach.

But oh boo, my wish on seeing it live on stage will never happen. The run ended this July. There is a petition for a DVD release for those who will not have the chance to see it. *points to self* over heeere!

There are a few good souls who were able to record an audio. So it's like having an audio book of the stage. You're just left with your imagination as the dialogue and songs happen. I was also able to get the official soundtrack of the London recording. I have three favorite songs: The Road Goes On, Lothlorien and Now and For Always.

Where it leads
No-one ever knows
Don't look back
Follow where it goes.
Far beyond the Sun
Take the Road
Wherever it runs.

- The Road Goes On (link)

Although storms may descend,
Mountain and valley may quake.
For the days that remain,
This is the promise I make.
No shadow fall across this land,
Before the wind and fire I stand,
And you my child will know no harm,
Enfolded in my arms,

- Lothlórien (link)

Sit by the firelight's glow
Tell us an old tale we know
Tell of adventures strange and rare
Never to change
Ever to share
Stories we tell will cast their spell

- Now and for always (link The video is from the Toronto show.)

I was watching through clips from the website, and the part "The Cracks of Doom," left me breathless. This is the part where Gollum manages to grab hold of the ring from Frodo, and in the process falls into the fires of Mordor.

When Gollum disappeared into the hole, I was telling myself that they should show a slow motion of Gollum falling. And show they did. It was done by two actors, one falling into the hole, and one falling from the top of the stage. Amaaaaazing choreography.

I hope the good plays visit the Philippines, or better yet, I get the chance to visit West End and do a theater hopping vacation. That'd be sweet. I also wish that the production releases a DVD because I'm sure I'll be one of them buyers. As for now, I'll be content with the soundtrack I downloaded off the internet. Oh the internet is love.


Job Opening: Program Manager

>> Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Galileo Enrichment Learning Program aims to provide different learning strategies that will aid the student in deepening their fundamental skills, consequently becoming learners for life. We are currently looking for energetic individuals willing to launch an exciting and dynamic career in education and who are willing to share in our advocacy for children’s education. Please visit www.galileoenrichment.com to find out more about our program.

Program Manager
(code: PM)


* Male or Female, not more than 35 years old
* Graduate from Ateneo, UP or La Salle
* Graduate of an Education related course (such as Psychology, Education, Math, English)
* Post graduate degree an advantage
* Must have at least two (2) years experience leading and motivating a team
* With strong passion for children and education.
* With very good interpersonal and communication skills.
* Computer literate.
* Flexible and creative thinker, able to multitask.
* Willing to travel around NCR occassionally
* Willing to work on Saturdays
* Salary depends on educational background and experience


* Handles a team of program developers
* Ensures program development timelines are met
* Ensures special projects of the Galileo program are met
* Oversees company owned centers
* Represents the program in functions, orientations, seminars, and other public fora
* Will work hand in hand with the Area Manager and will report directly to the President.
* Full time position

Interested parties may submit their resumes to info@galileoenrichment.com, with the job code as subject of the email.

Many thanks!

We are also looking for an Admin Assistant and a Graphic Artist/Illustrator. Send your resume to info@galileoenrichment.com


kulot blog


Josh groban will be having his own blog!



There are no entries yet, but I'll be visiting regularly to check if kulot has posted. I even subscribed to the RSS feed. hahahaha

Taken from FOJG:

"Hey everyone! So much has happened and so much is coming up that I want a new way to keep in touch with you and let you know whats going on. I'm going to start a blog. Please be kind, I'm new at this but I hope we have fun with it. I'll make my first video post soon!"




run for cover

>> Monday, July 14, 2008

This has been circulating around youtube and the news. Obviously I wasn't aware of this because of two reasons: (1)I rarely watch the news, (2) It doesn't concern tennis or Josh Groban. Hahahahaha

Last week, Purefoods had a game against Talk 'n Text. The player from TNT, Leather, fouled a player from Purefoods, resulting in a heated shoving. Leather throws the ball to Purefoods player's head. The referees run to pacify the soon-to-be brawl when James Yap, out of his genius mind, decides to kick TNT player's ass. Literally. Leather forgets about the foul with Purefoods player and diverts his anger to the ass-kicker. James Yap, realizing that he did a terrible mistake, runs for cover. It becomes a cat-dog chase around the court.

Susugod pa si Enrico Villanueva oh.



play with lights

>> Sunday, July 13, 2008

Last night, I toyed with the shutter speed and pointed my camera to various street lights. The different colors from fluorescent lights, street lights and car lights produced very nice results.

Blue seas
55 mm - 1/2 - ISO 1600 - F/5.6

Other photos are in my Flickr.


downfall of a fan

>> Friday, July 11, 2008

I would be lying if I said I wasn't a fan of anything. My blog entries would show my interests, what I am addicted to, what my search engine would probably contain.

Yes, I am part of certain groups and even joined forums and communities.

But there is a downfall to that, a consequence.

I've been a witness to some dirty stuff happening in forums and communities. Getting too much involved in something exposes you. Sometimes you become an enemy or a rival to that celebrity's attention. Even in fan communities, there are hierarchy and (for a lack of a better term) social rankings. It's like being in a cafeteria, where certain tables are only for certain people. When a newbie wants to fit in, that person will be scrutinized by the existing members. If he/she does not fit the standards, he'll/she'll be shooed away from the lunch table. Time to sit with the dorks.

The worst scenario I've seen is at the yuku forums of Josh Groban. There's this girl, Nay (who runs thatjoshgrobanguy.com) who is being shut down and harassed by another fan. I really don't know the whole story, but from what I've heard and read, the other fan seems like a competition to Nay's fansite. Nay's fansite is like the golden vault for all photographs, videos, interviews and magazine features. I've visited that site several times and I'd say it's really a swanky place to be. I mean, everything about Josh is there. *angel voices* Heaven!

The other fan wants her website closed. She's saying bad words about Nay. It bothered Nay so much that she decided to delete her website a few days ago.

Sad, isn't it?

Good thing I haven't joined the official fan club. I've been planning to do so, not until I've saved up for the membership fee of $24 dollars. I guess I won't pursue it, because it's just similar to the yuku boards. Other fans have said that the fojg.com threads have gone nasty. Fans are fighting other fans. I don't know why. I'll just go save up for the merch then enjoy Josh's music in the comforts of my own space.

I don't know what their problem is. I think everyone wants the attention of Josh and will push others away to get to the front of the line. It's kinda stupid to fight a stranger, let alone a fellow fan. Hellooo, you're supposed to be one for Josh! Not a million other rival groups for Josh.

I've learned to stay away and keep a tolerable distance. I'm still part of the yuku threads, but I only read. I don't get involved or even make myself active in the forums. I just post an entry or two, commenting on the great concert shot, or type "LOL" on the latest youtube interview. Or I'll just go screaming my Josh Groban fan head off in my own personal blog.

It was kinda a bad idea to volunteer to become a birthday fairy at the __grobanite community at LJ. Apparently, some members could not understand the birthday spams that I did.

(Oh, I must explain. The birthday fairy is responsible for making a Josh pic spam that celebrates the birthdays of the members. It's like making a script with Josh as the main character, using pictures of Josh.)

I asked an explanation from the head fairy. She said that messages were sent to her saying that the grobanites could not relate to the spams. It was a blessing in disguise actually, because its a drag to make spams. I've been wanting to resign as a birthday fairy. I always dread the day that it would be my turn to write a spam for strangers. I try to make it as personal, but I guess they don't get it. *shrug* I don't care, it was a great relief that a burden was lifted off my shoulders. I told the head fairy that I wanted to quit. No hard feelings. I was jumping for joy when they put up a competition for new birthday fairies. Laladeee! *frolics away*

These are not the only stories I have about being a fan. There are more, and not just concerning the oh-so-lovable-kulot-named-Josh-Groban. It was a learning experience. Getting too much involved can get into trouble. It's a stupid kind of trouble. Why would you even fight in the name of your favorite artist, celebrity, sports icon? Live in peace people.

Forums, communities, and fansite are sources of information, not venues for fan competition. You're still a stranger to that person, a face in the crowd of screaming fans. You might expect a lot from the privileges and when you don't get it, you drown in disappointment. Ennngggggk. Lame excuse for depression.

It's ok to be a fan. It's ok to enjoy their company. It's ok to have butterflies in your stomach when he grants your request for a photo. There's nothing bad in being a fan. It's just that when things get dirty, it's a nudge-nudge that says, "Hey keep your distance. You're going overboard." You should enjoy it, share it with others, and feel the joy. Be happy for others when they get the chance to watch a concert or a game. Everyone is in a line. You wait for your turn. Your favorite celebrity will always be there, ready with a smile and a pen to sign your arm.

Want to make it permanent? Go have it tattooed on you.


HEY. you.

>> Thursday, July 10, 2008

Stop googling her.

I'll tell you this:


Look after your dear little boyfriend, and stay the hell away from Marga.

She knows, you know.



>> Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Novak Djokovic is a funny tennis player. The real personality shows when he's not on court and playing as the third seeder. He becomes the number one when it comes to goofing off.

This was taken in the dressing room of the US Open last year. He loves to impersonate tennis players and he nails them! I recognize a few, Andy Roddick with the cap, Sharapova with the girly moves, Federer with the chest out, Nadal with the sleeveless and long shorts. I think Ramirez is the first.

My favorite is Federer! Hahaha kuhang-kuha! From the serve to the clapping. =))

He's crazy!! Ahhllaveeet. There are a looot in YouTube. Just go search for "Djokovic impersonations." It's sure to put a smile on your face.


the Pirate steals the trophy from the Preppy

>> Monday, July 07, 2008

The day started with Nadal and Federer both smiling for the camera.

After 4 hours and countless game delays (because of the rain), it was only Nadal who stood smiling. Rafael Nadal is now the new Grand Slam winner for Wimbledon. Federer gives up the trophy after five consecutive wins.

It was a bigger match than the French Open. Both men managed 2 sets each, keeping the game to a tie. The crowd was on their feet for every point done. Half of the court was rooting for the Swiss, the other was for the Spaniard. The Prince of Spain was even there to support their player.

I didn't get to watch the game or listen to it over the radio, and I'm deeply disappointed that I wasn't able to watch. Booo for studio 23 for not airing it, boo for no cable, and booo for late night games. I hung my head in dismay when I checked my phone the first thing in the morning to see who won the match. I sooo wanted to see this game. *sniff sniff*

I'm sure Nadal has rocked Federer's ego this year. That's two consecutive loses for this year, and at the two most prestigious tennis tournaments ever.

Nadal's really a great player. Federer had nothing but praises for the young Spaniard. "Rafa has greatly improved," said the 5-time defending champion, who hugged a semi-finalist plate instead of a trophy.

Nadal sends back praise for the number one player. "Federer deserves this title too."

I admire both players strength on court. I applaud and bow down to Nadal's agility and determination to win. But no matter what happens, I'm still a Federer fan. (Agassi comes first. whoooops. hahahaha)

Nadal is now the new king of grass court, winning at 6-4, 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (8-10), 9-7. Nadal is the second tennis player to win both the French Open and the Wimbledon. Bjorn Borg was the first player to win both titles.

Not to worry Fed, you're still the number 1 player. Go off to win the US Open in August!

And yes, tennis has also its share of bromance. Fedal rulz.

First three photos are courtesy of the Wimbledon site. The last is from tennis.com


Dreaming of Tennis

>> Saturday, July 05, 2008

I was bored this afternoon. In connection to the Wimbledon season (it's the finals already!), I decided to go camwhoring.

I'm gonna get kicked out from the games because I'm not wearing the white fashion. The All English Club requires all players to wear white. It has been a tradition for Wimbledon to carry that fashion.

Anyway, I borrowed Dad's tennis racket and wore my blue tennis dress. Just imagine that I came from a tennis match. HAHAHAHAHAHA

Tonight will be the finals for the women's singles. The sisters, Venus and Serena Williams, will play for the title. I'm more of a Venus fan than a Serena fan. Serena's kinda intimidating because of her large muscles. mwehehe

For the men's finals, it'll be Federer versus Nadal. It's like watching the French Open all over again. But if Nadal is the King of Clay, I just wish that Federer defends his title as the King of Grass. Give Nadal French Open, but for Wimbledon, give it to Federer. Fed should win his 6th straight win. ALL FOR FED! All for the preppy!

Federer looks so classy in his gold cardigan. I love it!


Fighting the Last Battle

>> Tuesday, July 01, 2008

I was rereading the Chronicles of Narnia, specifically the last book, "The Last Battle," when I noticed how appropriate the themes are with what is happening today. Before you go worshipping C.S. Lewis and think that he's some prophet who can predict the future, hold your Narnian horses and read along.

We all know that themes and symbolisms from the chronicles have Christian themes. The most popular book, "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," is loosely based on resurrection and God's will. Aslan is perceived to be God, a warm but very strong leader. Aslan gave up his own life so that Edmund would live, just as Jesus died on the cross to save us from our sins. Winter does not mean Christmas, as Queen Jadis did not bring the joy in the winter season. She just brought joy, misery and a lot of false hopes to the people she lured into her castle. It was Father Christmas who was the one who brought real gifts, gifts that would protect and defend Narnia from the evilness of winter.

While I was going through the 7th book, I could relate to the whole theme of Puzzle the donkey dressing up in a lion's skin.

Some weeks ago, some nutcase interrupted our church service saying something about the end of the world and he's God prophet. He was shouting like he owned the place. He was escorted out of the place and spent the night in jail. I'm not sure if charges were filed against him, but he deserved it. Somebody should've whacked some sense into his brain.

The next Sunday, we were informed that there are some people who claim that they're God's chosen few and try to lure people into their groups. One of those groups was formed by Shafranek and that group was sent to the Philippines to spread some "luuurrve." And lurve he did not get back.

Enter C.S. Lewis. Shift is the Ape who forces Puzzle to wear a lion's skin and pretend that he's Aslan. Narnians believe that Puzzle is the great lion and follows whatever he says, even if means killing the trees and selling them to the Calormenes.

It's the devil's work to be in a disguise. His plan is not to get people to believe in him, but to get people to believe less in God. His style is to be in a disguise, then reveal his plan so that people will look for more proof in order to believe. Skepticism is the devil's work.

Shift revealed to the Narnians that it was Puzzle's idea to dress up as Aslan to deceive them. Sucky bozo huh? He's making these dirty plans and innocent and ignorant Puzzle is taking the fall. And when he moved to Plan B and said that Puzzle is the one deceiving them, the Narnians asked for proof.

All is not lost, for there are a few Narnians who are loyal and true to their belief that Aslan will come at the right time. Thousand of years have passed since Aslan fought a battle along with the Narnians. Prince Rillian, the king of the narnians, prayed in Aslan's name to send help. God looks at the heart. Ask and it shall be given. Pole and Srubb (Jill and Eustace) was sent to Narnia to help the King. They fight alongside the true Narnians, with all heart that they are ready to die for true and noble causes.

It is in giving yourself to God's purposes that you are rewarded. Aslan arrives with High King Peter, King Edmund, Queen Lucy, Polly and Professor Kirk. Aslan judges all of those who stood loyal and leads them to Aslan's country. A land of eternal happiness and peace. Aslan's country? Something familiar? Yes. Eternal Heaven. :) The Last Battle is the book of Revelation and God's second coming.

It's not just some fairy tale and a bed time story, but a way to teach the Bible. There's this book entitled "Roar" and it tackles all themes and details to the story.

I got a sweet deal with this book on board the Doulos ship for only 300 pesos. If you buy it in bookstores, it'll be sold for a thousand. It's a good book, very engaging and colorful. It's not a boring read and it's really recommended that you have the Chronicles with you while reading "Roar!"


they said i shouldn't lie... why should i?

1. last beverage:
- milk
2. last text message receive:
- Happy birthday from uhhh. that's a lot. AH! Trishy. :))
3. last time you cried:
- dunno

1. gone on a date:
- i wouldn't consider it a date
3. kissed someone & regretted it:
- nooooo
4. lost someone special:
- yeah. :(
5. been depressed?
- yeah. but not clinically depressed.
6. been drunk and threw up:
- no. :) haha i don't drink.

- blue, pink, oraaaange
1. Made a new friend:
- yeaaaah :D well, acquaintances.
2. Laughed until you cried:
- no. :(( =)) =))
3. Met someone who changed your life:
- for every person that I've met, they have someone changed my life.
4. Found out who your true friend is:
- why of course. matagal na.
5. Is there something you want to tell someone:
6. How many kids do you want to have:
- 3. It's called a democracy. :))
7. Do you have any pets:
- 4 birds and a cat.
8. Do you wanna change your name :
- no. I loveee it.
9. What did you do yesterday:
- sleep, watched The Office and We are marshalls, went online and waited for midnight.
10. Last time you had pizza:
- Last Friday. :)
11. What time did you wake up today:
- 730.
12. What were you doing at 10:30 p.m.:
- Ummm. Online?
13. ->>???????
- So, what is this? some superstition that even surveys, the number 13 is avoided?
14. Last time you saw your father:
- a few minutes ago
15. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life?
- nothing really.
16. What are you listening to right now?
- nothing.
17. Have you ever talked to Tom:
- tom-t-t-t-tom, t-t-t-tom.
19. Most visited webpage:
- lj, multiply.
20. Coke or Pepsi:
- coke?
21. Have you seen anyone naked in the past few weeks:
- halllooo i see myself naked everyday.


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