Monday, December 31, 2007
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Saturday, December 22, 2007
Anyway, since I'll be pretty much on my own this holiday season, my secret Santa thought it would be a wicked idea to give me company. An instant inflatable "perfect" woman, at least that's what the box says.
She fulfills all the exacting criteria of any red blooded male, by having the most important physical attributes, guaranteed to delight every man who ever sees her and ensuring harmony at home.
And she even has Big Tits! Now, there goes the bosom where I can spread the holiday cheer.
He! He! He! Merry Christmas y'all!
Friday, December 21, 2007
Thursday, December 20, 2007
One more reason to be proud of.
Mabuhay ang Lahing Kayumanggi!
Tuesday, December 11, 2007
Thursday, December 06, 2007
* Have you tried eating beer-battered chips? It's the bomb!
* Go for glory. To the Filipino athletes competing in the 24th Southeast Asian Games in Thailand, goodluck.
* GMA gets Medalla de Oro for defending human rights. They must be having a laugh?!?!
* Teatro Tomasino - the university-wide theatre guild of UST- will be staging "Twosome" at the Albertus Magnus auditorium on December 11 and 12. This twinbill production features Chris Martinez' "Welcome to Intelstar" and Wilfrido Ma. Guerrero's "Wanted: Chaperon" both directed by John Lapus.
* The Manila Ocean Park is already open. Have any of you been there yet? Any good?
* Finally saw Les Miz in West End. Ketty and I queued up three times (the last one at least for 30 minutes in bitter weather) to get tickets. Apparently, that weekend was very busy. The guy at the box office even told us how lucky we were to get tickets as the show was sold out. Unfortunately, the seats weren't together and with restricted view. It was a good show though. The performances were remarkable. Joanna Ampil's portrayal of Fantine was spot on. Her "I dreamed a dream" number was stirring.
* Did you know that we have to pay for a TV license here in the UK? A colour TV Licence costs £135.50 and a black and white licence costs £45.50. And you'd think they'll produce quality shows after that. Not!
* "Jack Bauer" begins his 48-day prison sentence. 48 divided by 2 is 24. Wala lang.
* Don't forget to switch off the lights when not in use.