Sunday, December 09, 2007

Monday, November 12, 2007

Geek + Sensitive = ...

What Kind of Guy Will You Fall For?

You would fall part for the geek. If you're looking for love, consider spending a little more time studying up in the library. To you, there's nothing more attractive than intelligence, shyness, and kindness; your future love may have four eyes and zero social skills, but he'll make up for it in brains and heart.
You would fall part for the sensitive guy. You'll find your future man wherever turtlenecks are sold. He will have depth, introspection, and a disturbing knowledge of musical theatre. And he may be a little weird. But hey, while your girlfriends cry over broken hearts, you'll be having Shakespeare read to you every night.
Find Your Character @

Friday, September 21, 2007

Afternoon Girl

You Are an Afternoon Person

You can find energy any time of the day ... or night!
You prefer to be out and about when most other people are.
Very early mornings or very late nights aren't really your thing.
You're practically solar powered, and the afternoon is when do best.

White Choco Chinky

You are White Chocolate

You are White Chocolate
You are sweet, caring, and truly very innocent.
Whether your naive ways are a bit of act or not, people like to take care of you.
You are a quiet flirt, and your power is often underestimated!

Thursday, July 26, 2007


Friendster Horoscope for July 26, 2007

Aquarius (Jan 20 - Feb 18)


The Bottom Line

You're a source of inspiration for someone. Bask in the glory of their admiration.

In Detail

You're the source of inspiration for someone today -- bask in the glory of their admiration, and don't shy away from the spotlight that they're shining on you! This is your time at center stage, and it won't last long. Soak it up for as long as you can, and believe in your heart that you deserve every single accolade you get. Your fans should become your friends, too -- be nice to the people who appreciate you, and they will inspire you to grow to be even better!

Sabi ko na nga ba artistahin talaga ako, eh. Hindi ko lang pala imagination! wahahaha


Tapos kahapon ang sabi sa horoscope ko, mas magiging involved daw ako sa sinalihan kong grupo. Takutin pa ako at tinanong pa kung kakayanin ko kaya dahil makakaapekto raw iyon sa work, family, and whatever aspect pa ng buhay ko.

In furnace, tumpak ang sinabi n'ya na may sinalihan nga akong grupo. I enrolled in the Photoworks photography workshop at The Garage yesterday. Kinabahan tuloy ako, lintik na horoscope yan. Tapos ngayon naman, may mga fans & admirers daw ako. How I wish. hahaha

After a long time, ngayon lang ulit ako nag-post ng nilalaman ng buhay ko. Well, dahil din kasi siguro kinakabahan ako para sa prayer session na inaayos ko para bukas. First time ito. *cold sweat* Pagod na ako from work at gusto ko nang magpahinga pero I still don't feel prepared. Halata naman siguro sa paraan ng pagsusulat ko ng entry na ito. (sabog!)

Sana matuloy ang lakwatsa ko bukas ng gabi. (Bea, save me from my insanity!)

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Walang Ibang Hangad

Watch Hangad's all a capella concert
walang ibang hangad
July 8 and 15
6:00 pm
EPCI Tower 1 Francisco Santiago Hall
P150 entrance fee

for inquiries, drop an email at

Friday, April 20, 2007

Broken Sonnet

The Sonnet
Deliberate Gentle Love Dreamer (DGLDf)

Romantic, hopeful, and composed. You are the Sonnet. Get it? Composed?

Sonnets want Love and have high ideals about it. They're conscientious people, caring & careful. You yourself have deep convictions, and you devote a lot of thought to romance and what it should be. This will frighten away most potential mates, but that's okay, because you're very choosy with your affections anyway. You'd absolutely refuse to date someone dumber than you, for instance.

Lovers who share your idealized perspective, or who are at least willing to totally throw themselves into a relationship, will be very, very happy with you. And you with them. You're already selfless and compassionate, and with the right partner, there's no doubt you can be sensual, even adventurously so.

You probably have lots of female friends, and they have a special soft spot for you. Babies do, too, at the tippy-top of their baby skulls.

ALWAYS AVOID: The 5-Night Stand, The False Messiah, The Hornivore, The Last Man on Earth

CONSIDER: The Loverboy

Link: The 32-Type Dating Test by OkCupid - Free Online Dating.

Thursday, March 01, 2007


Here's another excerpt from a movie. Shall We Dance is about a husband (Richard Gere) taking ballroom dancing lessons & keeping it a secret from his family. His wife (Susan Surrandon) suspects that he is cheating & hires a private investigator to find out what her husband is really up to. In one meeting the wife had with the P.I., she asks him if he knows the reason why she got married. He guesses, "Love? Companionship?" and some other answers. The quote below is the reason she gave.

We need a witness to our lives. There's a billion people on the planet... I mean, what does any one life really mean? But in marriage, you're promising to care about everything. The good things, the bad things, the terrible things, the mundane things... all of it, all of the time, every day. You're saying, "Your life will not go unnoticed because I will notice it. Your life will not go un-witnessed because I will be your witness."

Monday, February 26, 2007

Letting Go

Excerpt from THE HOLIDAY. The scene these lines were taken from was when Miles (Jack Black) just finished telling Iris (Kate Winslet) the vicious cycle he goes through with bad girlfriends. Iris tells Miles that she means it when she says she knows exactly how he feels. She empathizes with Miles in terms of unrequited love, as she is also trying to get over Jasper, who is now engaged but doesn't stop keeping in contact with her.

"I understand the feeling as small &
as insignificant &
as humanly possible,
and how it can actually ache in places
that you didn't even know you had inside you.
and it doesn't matter how many haircuts you get or
gyms you join or
how many glasses of chardonnay you drink with your girlfriends,
you still go to bed every night
going over every detail
and wonder what you did wrong or
how you could've misunderstood.
And how in the hell for that brief moment
you could think that you were that happy.
And sometimes you could even convince yourself
that he'll see the light and
show up at your door.
And after all that,
however long that may be,
you'll go somewhere new,
and you'll meet people that would make your life worthwhile again.
And little pieces of your soul will finally come back.
And all that fuzzy stuff,
those years of your life that you wasted --
that will eventually begin to fade."

Wednesday, February 07, 2007


It's been eons since I last posted anything substantial here. It's not that there's nothing to share about what's been happening in my life lately. It's mostly a matter of laziness that's keeping me from updating this blog. haha!

After months of enslaving myself to our family business, I finally decided to cut my over-extended vacation & applied for a job. I got several call backs from companies I sent my CV to but I never went to interviews or to take exams. You could say that I was abusing my luxury of choice, but to me, I was doing just the opposite. No, it was not a matter of meeting the usual standards (e.g. salary, location of the work place, the company), but it was a matter of where I would be most happy. (Yes, my idealism still hasn't worn off.)

Then late November 2006, I got a call from the Ateneo Placement Office, asking if I were interested in being Fr. Dan McNamara's assistant in the MINISTRY OFFICE. (Note that Ateneo's ministry office is actually called CAMPUS Ministry Office.) Surprised that there was at least an opening at CMO, I grabbed the opportunity & said yes. The day after, however, I got a call back, not from CMO, but from MANILA OBSERVATORY. After realizing that I was given the wrong information, I was asked by the person at the other end of the line if I were still interested with the job since it wasn't in CMO. I took a moment before answering, & still, I ended up saying yes. Two days after, I came in to take some written evaluation & an initial interview. More that a week after, I got a call back from MO, informing me that I had passed the initial evaluation & asked to come back for a panel interview two days after. And I did.

Obviously, I passed with flying colors (yabang! haha!) that's why I'm now working there for almost two months now. My bosses are great, & within a short span of time, I already had an easy rapport with most, if not all of the staff members. I'm not sure how long I will be staying there, but it already feels like home. Ü

And now for a breather.

The following segment is an excerpt from a situation report from ADMU's Physical Plant Office dated February 6, 2007. When I read this, I laughed my ass off! Read on to find out why:

Last Monday night, 29 January, a taxi driver (former driver of a Loyola Schools student) & a yaya were caught in an embarrassing situation in an isolated spot at the Northwest carpark. On Wednesday night, 31 January, a Nissan Sentra without an Ateneo sticker was found parked in an isolated spot again of the Northwest Carpark. Campus security managed to take pictures of the couple inside the car. However, the driver managed to start the car & dashed out of the campus, almost running down two guards who were stopping him.

Checking of vehicles entering the campus has been intensified.

INTENSIFIED! Watta word! hahaha! (For me, the last sentence was the punchline of the entire segment. Ang babaw ko, ano?) Ü

The Movie Of Your Life Is Film Noir

So what if you're a little nihilistic at times?
Life with meaning is highly over-rated.

Your best movie matches: Sin City, L. A. Confidential, Blade Runner

Ah yes... I'm complicated in this way. haha!

You Should Be a Musician

You have a rare combinations of talents: an ear for music, nimble fingers, and the willpower to practice.
You could master almost any instrument you choose to play (if you haven't already!)

WISH KO LANG! sigh...