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Title: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 11, 2012, 04:39 AM
I've created this thread for one selfish reason: para hindi ako laging na-O-OT (which happens 60 percent of the time).

Welcome lahat ng random (i.e., OT) thoughts, ideas, comments, stories, news, questions, ruminations, BS, complains, and all that jazz.

Only one additional rule (aside from those already enforced by the admin): hindi pwede ang KJ dito. Atsaka pasaway na nagpopromote or nagbebenta ng kung anu-ano (may ADS section para jan). Yung medyo mahina ang pick-up, wag na rin masyadong pahalata. Can you handle that?


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Mar 11, 2012, 04:42 AM
How did you know KJ is my name?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 11, 2012, 04:44 AM
Kasi BJ is my middle name. Kaya bagay tayo. :rofl:


My first entry:
I know that I've got it bad when -- I was so tired the night before that I fell asleep with the light on, only to be woken up by those butterflies (or some other insects/pests) in my stomach fluttering violently from my insides. In short, nagising ako dahil na-eebs ako. Been this way the past few days. What gives?

Parang, pick-up line lang--

Inidoro ka ba?

kasi natatae ako pag naiisip kita...


See, toilet talk at 4:42 am. It cant get any more random than that. :rakenrol:



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finally watched AI's Jessica Sanchez' version of "I Will Always Love You" via YT, and is now on repeat playback mode. Goosebumps!  #teamjessica

Dapat pag ganyan kagaling, pinapabuo nila yung kanta, tapos yung ibang walang kwenta, chorus na lang.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 11, 2012, 10:12 AM
Naunahan mo ko ah...Balak ko pa nmng gumawa ng OT  thread/anything under the sun/anything goes thread... (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-violent041.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php)

Parang kilala ko na sino laging nakapost dito  :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

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RAmdom joke


HAPDI

yan ang tawag kapag ang ipapasok mo ay kalahati lang..

.

.

.

.

example:

"bosz pde po ba akung magHAPDI today?"
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 11, 2012, 11:38 AM
^haha, parang ako pala yan kahapon, nag-hapfdi... =)

buti na lang gumawa ka ng ganitong thread vicces. pwede dito magshare ng kung ano-ano lang para hindi na maggawa ng dedicated thread? i wanna share this---

KONY 2012

-- it is the "make Joseph Kony Famous movement" -- para mahuli na sya at mapagbayad sa kasamaang pinalaganap nya sa Uganda (he is leader of a rebel group "Lords Resistance Army" that abducts children, making them slaves and killers). he has been doing it for more thann 20yrs but not a lot of people knows it. he is tagged as the most wanted man by the int'l criminal court. the goal now is to capture him this 2012 by making this sob famous, maglabas ng madaming posters ng mukha nya to make him recognizable to anyone...

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/82/Stop_Kony_2012_poster.jpg)

(http://justiceinconflict.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/tumblr_m0gxfrnjth1qc4qico1_400.jpg?w=640)



watch the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 11, 2012, 04:09 PM
^thanks for sharing. yan pala yung kony nakikita ko sa mga news websites di ko naman iniintindi :hihi: nakakaiyak yung story nung jacob at kapatid nya.. i remember that foreign movie cidade de deus (city of god) - ganyan din ginagawang armed and gun-toting gangsters ang mga bata. i hope parehas ng maging ending dun sa gang/rebel leader at itong si kony.

kaso bakit puro donation ang hirit sa dulo nitong movement? nakakaturn off lang...


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i need Comfort + Food

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 12, 2012, 10:49 AM
Ang kalalabasan ng thread na ito ay magulo.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GoodSteward on Mar 12, 2012, 10:52 AM
Ot yun magsasabi ng OT dito lol

Nice one vicces :)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: research_solutions on Mar 12, 2012, 10:58 AM
Minsan maganda yung magulo :D

May Nag do DOTA ba dito?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 12, 2012, 11:10 AM
ako nag dodota ako  (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-green/greensmilies-018.gif) (http://www.greensmilies.com)

@vicces..na pm ko n pla sau about sa smileys..linis ka muna inbox mo
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 12, 2012, 11:34 AM
@goodsteward-- may tama ka!!!

@glueyzen-- ang kalalabasan ng thread na ito--- ay hindi ka kasali sa magugulo. :D

@mikoangelo, @research-- ano bang kahuma-humaling sa dota? is it better than dotdotan with ur darling?
--kuha ko na pala ung pinadala mo miko, tenks.. kinabahan pa ako kahapon kala ko kung sino na naisipang mag-PM sakin bigla.. :D

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Thought for the day (nakita ko sa fb):

"Ang pride parang panty lang yan... Walang mangyayari kung hindi mo ibababa."

:rofl: :rofl:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Mar 12, 2012, 12:56 PM
ano ba ung OT??
overtime?/
old testament??
other thread??haha
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 12, 2012, 01:03 PM
^Out of topic....

--
Facts of Life About woman:

1. They can wear both skirts and shorts.
2. There's "Women's Day" but no "Men's Day".
3. They can be sure that the baby is theirs. Men can't always be sure.
4. They can cry and still look good. When men cry they look like dorks.
5. Most of all, women know the difference between a comfort room and a wall.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 12, 2012, 01:12 PM
^Hindi ko gets ang #5, miko. Paki-explain nga...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GoodSteward on Mar 12, 2012, 01:19 PM
^lalaki umiihi sa pader (pinas setting) lololol
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 12, 2012, 01:20 PM
pakitanong nlang po si vicces..gawain nya yan e (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-excited001.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php)

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ang BABAE pag nagselos..

mag-iisip, hindi makatingin, tatahimik,
sabay iiyak.

ang LALAKI pag nagselos..

tatahimik, mag-iisip, titingnan ka ng masama,
sabay walk out.

ito pa

Unfair?
Mas unfair daw ang GIRLS kesa BOYS. TRUE or FALSE?

1st scenario:

BOY: alam mo crush ko yun
GIRL: crush mo? eh di magsama kayo!

2nd scenario:

GIRL: alam mo crush ko yun (kinikilig)
BOY: (galit) crush mo?!
GIRL: bakit ka galit? crush lang naman ah.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: nel on Mar 12, 2012, 01:24 PM
I've created this thread for one selfish reason: para hindi ako laging na-O-OT (which happens 60 percent of the time).

Welcome lahat ng random (i.e., OT) thoughts, ideas, comments, stories, news, questions, ruminations, BS, complains, and all that jazz.

Only one additional rule (aside from those already enforced by the admin): hindi pwede ang KJ dito. Can you handle that?




Congrats vicces! Tamang-tama nga ang thread na to sa yo...lol
Just a reminder, wag lang kakalimutan ang Forum Rule #1 ha?
Ok guys, keep on posting your random thoughts!  :rakenrol:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 12, 2012, 01:32 PM
@GS: Oo nga. Why didn't I think of that?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 12, 2012, 01:40 PM
naalala ko tloy si maam wintan nung di nya nagets yung D_ck joke...  :hihi: :hihi:

wheres maam wintan pala,tagal ko ng di nakikitang magpost ah
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 12, 2012, 01:56 PM
^wintan and prospera-- mga walang kamali-malisya sa katawan.. Nakakainis kayo!! :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 12, 2012, 03:14 PM
^
Si Prospera active sa Forex Section.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Mar 12, 2012, 03:29 PM
hala...
di ako maka-connect sa thread na ito.hehe
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 13, 2012, 01:22 PM
I'm officially... Lost.

And this holstee's manifesto poster ain't helping.. "if you don't like something, change it..."

(http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-swiek0JZETo/Tuc-cXbVkkI/AAAAAAAAGws/AGX1lrtpR0k/s1600/holstee_poster2.jpg)

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Pd: hindi ako yan^ nasa pic ha! :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 13, 2012, 06:44 PM
random thingy lang

Humanity

What surprised me the most about Humanity is,

“Man.

Because he sacrifices his health in order to make money.

Then he sacrifices money to recuperate his health.

And then he is so anxious about the future that he does not enjoy the present;

the result being that he does not live in the present or the future;

he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived.”

 - Dalai Lama
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 13, 2012, 07:35 PM
quote for the day

"If things were easy to find -- they are not worth finding."

- Oscar Schel, "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close"
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 13, 2012, 07:50 PM
Bakit ganun?

Pag kulot ang hair, INUUNAT!

Pag Unat, KINUKULOT!

Pag Mataba, NAGPAPAPAYAT!

Pag Payat, NAGPAPATABA!

Pag Maraming Ginagawa, PAGOD!

Pag Walang Ginagawa, BORED!

Pag Nandyan, HINDI PINAPANSIN!

Pag Wala, HINAHANAP!

Pag Wala pa, HINIHINTAY!

Pag Malamig, GUSTO MAINIT!

Pag Mainit, GUSTO MALAMIG!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 14, 2012, 07:09 PM
Bakit kaya ako nag-lalaway kapag nakakakita ng mapuputing babae?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 14, 2012, 08:59 PM
hahaha^... guess you are also one of every guy i know who space out when sexy women with matangos na dibdib pass by.. its a guy thing, right?

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@vicces di ko mabasa lahat nung text nung nasa poster.. pweden pakizoom or retype mo kaya? :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 14, 2012, 09:10 PM
Latest from Nursery Schools:

A- Apple,
B- Bluetooth,
C- Chat,
D- Download,
E- Email,
F- Facebook,
G- Google,
H- HewlettPackard,
I- Iphone,
J- Java,
K- Kingston,
L- Laptop,
M- Messenger,
N- Nero,
O- Orkut,
P- Picasa,
Q- Quicktime,
R- RAM,
S- Server,
T- TouchScreen,
U- Usb,
V- Vista,
W- WiFi,
X- XP,
Y- YouTube,
Z- Zorpia.

--> Thank God... A is still Apple 

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^ako di ko mkita poster mismo..blanko lang
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 15, 2012, 07:08 AM
^^
Ayos to para sa mga mahihilig sa mga technologies. Hindi-hindi nila makakalimutan ang ABC. Lol!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 15, 2012, 09:03 AM

@vicces di ko mabasa lahat nung text nung nasa poster.. pweden pakizoom or retype mo kaya? :D
eto:

This is your LIFE.

Do what you love, and do it often.

If you don’t like your job, QUIT.

If you don’t have enough time, stop watching TV.

If you are looking for the love of your life, STOP;

They will be waiting for you when you start doing things you love.

Stop over analyzing, all emotions are beautiful.

Life is Simple.

When you eat, appreciate every last bite.

Open your mind, arms, and heart to new things and people, we are united in our differences.

Ask the next person you see what their passion is, and share your inspiring dream with them.

TRAVEL OFTEN; getting lost will help you find yourself.

Some opportunities only come once, seize them.

Life is about the people you meet, and the things you create with them.

So go out and start creating.

Life is Short.

Live your dream, and wear your passion.


Quote
TRAVEL OFTEN; getting lost will help you find yourself.
Batanes, mahahanap ko ba ang sarili ko sayo?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 15, 2012, 06:01 PM
^^
Ano ba meron sa Batanes?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Mar 15, 2012, 08:02 PM
"sometimes, i want to let the hands of the clock
be stopped every time I am happy..

I wanna hide the hour glass
just to make myself believe that moments would not end..

but I never did such, for i realized,
"there are also those who wanted
that the hands of the clock move..
for every strike of it would mean a little recovery
from pains for those who had bad memories
in the past and wishes that the hands of the clock will tick
faster.."
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 15, 2012, 08:13 PM
^gawa mo singkit? like! :applause:

thanks vicces.. oo nga, ano meron sa batanes?  actually gusto ko din pumunta jan, parang nakakaintriga it seem a very quiet and mystical place.. pero parang aabot daw ng P30-40k budget minimum? too pricey! ikwento mo na lang kung anong makita mo :D


If you don’t like your job, QUIT.

If you don’t have enough time, stop watching TV.

Those 2  are most applicable to me. :hihi: :hihi:

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wanna share this, its too corny for the jokes thread, kaya dito na lang. :hihi:

I like China, Egypt, and of course, Philippines! (bagay sa its-more-fun slogan)

ROMANTIC ACRONYMS


Remember these...?

J.A.P.A.N Just Always Pray At Night.

H.O.L.L.A.N.D Hope Our Love Lasts And Never Dies.

I.T.A.L.Y. I Trust And Love You.
 

Akala ninyo yun lang ah .. heto pa....
 
L.I.B.Y.A. Love Is Beautiful; You Also.

F.R.A.N.C.E. Friendships Remain And Never Can End.

C.H.I.N.A. Come Here! I Need Affection.

B.U.R.M.A. Between Us, Remember Me Always.

I.N.D.I.A. I Nearly Died In Adoration.

K.E.N.Y.A. Keep Everything Nice, Yet Arousing.

C.A.N.A.D.A. Cute And Naughty Action that Developed into Attraction

P.E.R.U. Porget Everyone... Remember Us.

K.O.R.E.A. Keep Optimistic Regardless of Every Adversity.

E.G.Y.P.T. Everything's Great, You Pretty Thing!

Y.E.M.E.N. Yugyugan Every Morning, Every Night.

R.U.S.S.I.A. Romance Under the Sky & Stars is Intimate Always.
 

Akala ninyo yun lang ah .. heto pa.... ulit...
 
M.A.N.I.L.A. May All Nights Inspire Love Always.

B.A.L.I.W.A.G. Beauty And Love I Will Always Give.

M.A.L.A.B.O.N. May A Lasting Affair Be Ours Now.

I.M.U.S. I Miss U, Sweetheart.

P.A.S.I.G. Please Always Say I'm Gorgeous.

C.E.B.U. Change Everything... But Us.

P.A.R.A.N.A.Q.U.E. Please Always Remain Adorable, Nice And Quiet Under Ecstacy.

T.O.N.D.O. Tonight's Our Night, Dearest One.

P.A.S.A.Y. Pretty And Sexy Are You.
 

And my favorites....

M.A.R.L.B.O.R.O. Men Always Remember Love Because Of Romance Only.

P.H.I.L.I.P.P.I.N.E.S. Pumping Hot.. I Love It! Please Please.. I Need Erotic Stimulation!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 15, 2012, 10:42 PM
^imus, pasig, tondo wootwoot!! :yehey:

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old stories made into corporate lessons

lesson 1
A man is getting into the shower just as his wife is finishing
up her shower when the doorbell rings. The wife quickly wraps
herself in a towel and runs downstairs. When she opens the door,
there stands Bob, the next door neighbor. Before she says a word,
Bob says, "Ill give you $800 to drop that towel."

After thinking for a moment, the woman drops her towel and
stands naked in front of Bob. After a few seconds, Bob hands her
$800 dollars and leaves. The woman wraps back up in the towel and
goes back upstairs.

When she gets to the bathroom, her husband asks,"Who was
that?" "It was Bob the next door neighbor," she replies. "Great!"
the husband says, "Did he say anything about the $800 he owes me?"

MORAL OF THE STORY: If you shared critical information
pertaining to credit and risk with your shareholders in time, you
may be in a position to prevent avoidable exposure.



lesson 2
CORPORATE LESSON 2

A priest offered a lift to a Nun. She got in and crossed her
legs, forcing her gown to reveal a leg. The priest nearly had an
accident.

After controlling the car, he stealthily slid his hand up her
leg. The nun said, "Father, remember Psalm 129?" The priest
removed his hand.

But changing gears, he let his hand slide up her leg again.
The nun once again said, "Father, remember Psalm 129?" The priest
apologized, "Sorry sister but the flesh is weak."

Arriving at the convent, the nun went on her way. On his
arrival at the church, the priest rushed to look up Psalm 129. It
said, "Go forth and seek, further up, you will find glory."

MORAL OF THE STORY: If you are not well informed in your job,
you might miss a great opportunity.



lesson 3
A sales rep, an administration clerk, and the manager are
walking to lunch when they find an antique oil lamp. They rub it
and a Genie comes out. The Genie says, "I'll give each of you just
one wish." "Me first! Me first!" says the admin clerk. "I want to
be in the Bahamas, driving a speedboat, without a care in the
world." Poof! She's gone.

"Me next! Me next!" says the sales rep. "I want to be in
Hawaii, relaxing on the beach with my personal masseuse, an endless
supply of Pina Coladas, and the love of my life." Poof! He's gone.

"Ok, you're up," the Genie says to the manager. The manager
says, "I want those two back in the office after lunch."

MORAL OF THE STORY: Always let your boss have the first say.

 :rakenrol:  :applause:  :hello:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 16, 2012, 06:52 AM
^^
...and you have the last day.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Mar 16, 2012, 07:56 AM
^gawa mo singkit? like! :applause:

copy paste lng yan from FB.hehe
thanks sa nagpost nyan sa FB
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 16, 2012, 09:17 AM
Wala pa bang Czechoslovakia, LOL (tama ba ispeling ko?)? O kaya Kazakhistan?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: jenxent on Mar 16, 2012, 10:38 AM
saan kaya papuntang thread na to?....
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 16, 2012, 04:21 PM
^kahit saan, kaya nga random :hihi:

saang channel pwedeng mapanood ang azkals v turkmenistan? or streaming tv, anyone?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 16, 2012, 04:23 PM
(http://a6.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash4/s320x320/428581_249598765134626_217849654976204_501389_1450569868_n.jpg)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 16, 2012, 04:28 PM
^kahit saan, kaya nga random :hihi:

saang channel pwedeng mapanood ang azkals v turkmenistan? or streaming tv, anyone?

Studio 23. I heard it on DZMM just now.:-)

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You got me there, miko! Kala ko totoong popup...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 16, 2012, 04:33 PM
thanks prospera, sana abutan ko si yummy goalkeeper etheridge... :yehey:

Go Azkals Go!!!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 16, 2012, 05:04 PM
^Aha, si Etheridge pala ang crush mo. You know who I find cute? Si Navotas Cong. Toby Tiangco...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 16, 2012, 05:19 PM
^toby tiangco, really? why,  is it the hair? :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Mar 16, 2012, 06:32 PM
No, the socks...and the tie, hehe.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 16, 2012, 06:42 PM
girl talk sila..  :hihi: :hihi:


singit ko lang to:


What's the difference between stress, fear, and panic?

STRESS - is when your WIFE IS PREGNANT.
FEAR - is when your GIRLFRIEND is PREGNANT &
PANIC - is when BOTH are PREGNANT.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Bp22estafa on Mar 16, 2012, 07:22 PM
Where to go for a weekend getaway with my wife, kids + 2 their friend with only a car full of gas & 5k in my pocket? No plan, no reservations made.

1st weekend of my kids' summer break.

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Kudos to Boss Vic for this cool thread.

Btw, best spa you can recommend for a great relaxing massage? Lam ko sexperts ka dito. No sextra kasi kasama wifey.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 16, 2012, 08:05 PM
No guts no glory...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 17, 2012, 04:27 PM
Ang init!!! Summer na talaga!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Japoy_at_redsys on Mar 17, 2012, 10:03 PM
hehe, siguro almost 1 week palang akong member dito.. nakakatuwa naman dito.. dito lang kasi pwedeng mag chat.. monitored kasi sa main office mga computer dito sa opisina.. keep posting guys para may mabasa lang ako.. buti may random thread.. kumusta po kayo.. gusto ko po magkaroon din ng mga ka kosa dito.. pwede po ba yun?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 17, 2012, 10:29 PM
kakosa?

ayokong makulong noh  :hihi: :hihi:

mag post ka lang din ng magpost,meron at merong mag rereact sa post mo  :hihi: :hihi:

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random thoughts lang..


Kung may mga taong sinasabing masama tungkol sau

Hinuhusgahan ka na parang kilala ka na ng tunay

Huwag ka papaapekto..

Isipin mo n lang
.
.
.
"Kumakahol ang ASO pag di nila kilala ang TAO"
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 17, 2012, 10:54 PM
@japoy_at_redsys -- isang tao ka lang ba o 2 kayo sharing that handle/username? para masaya, magkwento ka lang ng gusto mong ikwento, kunyari may gustong makinig/magbasa ng gusto mong sabihin. malay mo nga, meron..hehe

random thoughts to ponder on

Why do doctors leave the room while you change when they're going to see you naked anyway?

Why is it that people say they "slept like a baby" when babies wake up like every two hours?

If a deaf person has to go to court, is it still called a hearing?

If you choke a Smurf, what color will it turn into?

How important does a person have to be before they are considered assassinated instead of just murdered?

Why do you have to "put your two cents in". but it's only a "penny for your thoughts"? Where's that extra penny going to?

Why is it that when you're driving and looking for an address, you turn down the volume on the radio?

Why is lemon juice made with artificial flavor and dishwashing liquid made with real lemons?

Why is the man who invests all your money called a broker?

Why is the third hand on the watch called a second hand?

Why do doctors and lawyers call what they do -- practice?

Do the Alphabet song and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star have the same tune? And why did you just try singing the two songs above?


:D that's all, folks!

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 18, 2012, 06:44 AM
Sino kaya ang member ng PMT na pinaka-matataas na REP?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 18, 2012, 10:29 AM
nice one bajoyjoy    :hihi:..

^check mo to http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/forum/index.php?action=stats (http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/forum/index.php?action=stats)
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You eat, you’re fat. You don’t eat, you’re a freak.

You drink, you’re an alcoholic.

You don’t drink, you’re a pussy.

You read, you’re a nerd.

You don’t read, you’re stupid.

You tell a secret, you’re an attention seeker.

You don’t tell a secret, you’re still an attention seeker.

You let someone in, you’re easy.

You dont let someone in, you’re too uptight.

You smoke, you think you’re cool.

You don’t smoke, you’re a loser.

You've had sex, you’re a slut.

You haven’t had sex, you’re a frigid little b*tch.

You wear makeup, you’re a slag.

You don’t wear makeup you’re ugly.

-YOU CAN’T PLEASE EVERYONE
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Post by: Bp22estafa on Mar 18, 2012, 07:54 PM
Si FG!

sino naman pinamataas ang BP?


Sino kaya ang member ng PMT na pinaka-matataas na REP?
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Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 18, 2012, 08:08 PM
Si FG din...  :harhar:

Kaka HB kasi kung minsan mga tao sa PMT e...  :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

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Where to go for a weekend getaway with my wife, kids + 2 their friend with only a car full of gas & 5k in my pocket? No plan, no reservations made.

1st weekend of my kids' summer break.

Btw, best spa you can recommend for a great relaxing massage? Lam ko sexperts ka dito. No sextra kasi kasama wifey.

sir bp22,ano yari ^
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Post by: freelancer_babe on Mar 18, 2012, 08:49 PM
nice vicces. ewan ko na lang kung ma-O-OT ka pa dito. nyahahaha!
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Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 19, 2012, 07:14 AM
Out of topic lahat... ang hindi maka-sunod pasyensahan na lang.
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Post by: Prospera on Mar 19, 2012, 09:37 AM
But where's vicces? Has he gone off to Batanes? (Hmmm. No word from his lady-love either.)
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Post by: jenxent on Mar 19, 2012, 10:34 AM
hala ka! anong nangyari,hindi ko masundan ang topic dito sa thread :hihi:
buti ala pang napipikon at nag.aaway dito :b_beer:

great ko nga pala mother-in-law ko ng  :birthday: :yahoo:
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Post by: bauer on Mar 19, 2012, 10:54 AM
Why do doctors and lawyers call what they do -- practice?

 

il try to answer,

it is a "practice" because it is an application of their 'theoretical learning'.  What they learned from textbooks may or may not work so they need to 'practice' to improve their skills.
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Post by: luigisoon on Mar 19, 2012, 10:58 AM
ang cool ng Fox Filipino.. enjoy watching teleserye there
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 19, 2012, 01:38 PM
il try to answer,

it is a "practice" because it is an application of their 'theoretical learning'.  What they learned from textbooks may or may not work so they need to 'practice' to improve their skills.
bauer very nice explanation, haha talagang sinagot mo ha.. I think whoever thought of that question is just pointing the irony of the terminology when applied in its literal sense. Parang pinagppratiksan ng lawyer at doctor mga kliyente nila. Although practice is actually a synonym of application of knowledge, mas common na literal definition nya na trial or testing lang. :D

But where's vicces? Has he gone off to Batanes? (Hmmm. No word from his lady-love either.)


napansin ko rin, kung kailan may sariling thread si vicces saka nawawala. Either coincidence na wala din si ff, or sadya silang nawala for a grand 1-on-1 EB, or may story behind their disappearance. Gossip girl mode ako ngayon :hihi:
 
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Post by: Prospera on Mar 19, 2012, 02:17 PM
^Baka napikon na sa panghihimasok natin, bjj, hindi kaya? We mean well, guys. Come back already.:-)
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Post by: luigisoon on Mar 19, 2012, 05:42 PM
want to own a Galaxy tab 7+ check out the samsung mobile exchange https://twitter.com/#!/PHSamsungMobile
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Post by: Sniper18 on Mar 19, 2012, 09:42 PM
==Night Shift==

Kapag night shift po ba ang trabaho mo, kelangan mo magtrabaho sa gabi?

hmmm, kumusta po kayong lahat..? sino po mga night shift jan.. hehehe..
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Post by: suntzu on Mar 20, 2012, 01:20 AM
==Night Shift==

Kapag night shift po ba ang trabaho mo, kelangan mo magtrabaho sa gabi?

hmmm, kumusta po kayong lahat..? sino po mga night shift jan.. hehehe..
not necessarily. kasi kung nagtrabaho ka ng night shift at maliwanag ang bwan, parang araw na rin yun. saka time is relative naman sabi pa nga ni einstein. so, just keep on working.
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Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 20, 2012, 01:42 PM
Ano bang meron ngayon djan?
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Post by: vicces on Mar 20, 2012, 05:16 PM
this thread is still alive, thank f*ck.

i want to reiterate, all kinds of OT posts are welcome, except maybe those that are obviously sales pitching. Remember the numero uno rule ni admin futuregizmo, dun lang sa Ads section pwede ang ads. Wag ng pasaway o nagtatanga-tangahan. Kasi bawal din dito ang tanga (will edit my first post).

@freelancer_babe, @prospera, @bajoyjoy - namiss ako ng pmt babes? papa-miss ulit ako soon. :D

nice vicces. ewan ko na lang kung ma-O-OT ka pa dito. nyahahaha!
@f_b, yes may mga OT posts ako, but mostly, i just answer questions, comments, quotes directed at me. kasalanan ko ba kung ung poster na nirereplyan ko e OT. so parang sa basketball lang - technical foul by "second motion", ie, hindi ako ang nagsimula o nag-initiate ng kontak.  :D ako lang ang laging nahuhuli, or di nakukuha yung context ng post ko, or untouchable yung iba. anyhoo, its all good baby.

oo nga.. nasan na si ff? yan ang tanong ng puso ko, araw at gabi... naka na.

++++=======++++++++

share ko lang (luma na actually)...


THE GEOGRAPHY OF A WOMAN

Between 18 and 20 a woman is like Africa, half discovered, half wild, naturally beautiful with fertile deltas.

Between 21 and 30 a woman is like America, well developed and open to trade especially for someone with cash.  

Between 31 and 35 she is like India, very hot, relaxed and convinced of her own beauty.

Between 36 and 40 a woman is like France. Gently aging but still a warm and desirable place to visit.  

Between 41 and 50 she is like Yugoslavia, lost the war - haunted by past mistakes. Massive reconstruction is now necessary.

Between 51 and 60, she is like Russia, very wide and borders are unpatrolled. The frigid climate keeps people away.

Between 61 and 70, a woman is like Mongolia, with a glorious and all conquering past but alas, no future.


After 70, they become Afghanistan.. Almost everyone knows where it is, but no one wants to go there.



THE GEOGRAPHY OF A MAN

Between 15 and 70 a man is like Syria - ruled by a dick.

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Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 20, 2012, 07:09 PM
^san ka galing? pumunta ka daw batanes... :hihi:

--
we love to spend money buying new clothes.....

but never realize that some of the best moments in life...

are enjoyed without clothes!  :yahoo:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 21, 2012, 07:43 PM
What makes the "blackbox" the only part of an airplane that is indestructible and why don't they just make the entire plane be made of the same material?
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Post by: leader.integrity on Mar 21, 2012, 11:38 PM
What makes the "blackbox" the only part of an airplane that is indestructible and why don't they just make the entire plane be made of the same material?

Parang tank/armor yang black box (which is really red), so kung buong airplane gagawin mong armored then magiging sobrang bigat nung airplane at hindi na siya makakalipad.
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Post by: moto461 on Mar 22, 2012, 05:55 AM
 
oo nga.. nasan na si ff? yan ang tanong ng puso ko, araw at gabi... naka na.

++++=======++++++++


ang puso nga nman... :-*
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Post by: jenxent on Mar 23, 2012, 11:39 AM
ano na nga pala ang pinag.uusapan dito mga master?
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Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 23, 2012, 11:51 AM
^^
Kahit ano bosing...
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Mar 23, 2012, 04:09 PM
somebody shared this in facebook... discretion nyo na whether share-worthy nga ang article na ito...  :hihi:

10 of the raunchiest world records
RealBuzz – Tue, Mar 20, 2012
http://ph.she.yahoo.com/10-raunchiest-world-records-090000494.html

Biggest orgy
Is Japan one of the horniest nations?  It’s quite possible. They have an anuual fertility festival that celebrates the penis, the world’s favourite sex toy – the rampant rabbit – was designed and produced in Japan, and now they also hold the world record for having the biggest orgy ever. 250 Japanese men and 250 Japanese women had sex in a warehouse at the same time. They’ve even released a DVD.

Longest smooch
Pucker up guys and girls and get ready for this shocking record: the longest kiss lasted a whopping 46 hours and 24 minutes. The contestants had to kiss continuously, with their lips toucking at all times. Toilet breaks weren’t even permitted. The couple who locked lips longest was Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat from Thailand, Pattaya. And were the chapped lips worth it? Well, the couple not only gained a world record they also won a diamond ring and 100,000 baht.

Biggest boobs
Fancy carrying an extra 8 stone in weight around with you? We thought not. This is the cost of having the world’s biggest, natural boobs. The bad boys belong to 52 year-old Annie Hawkins-Turner (aka Norma Stitz) who wears a size 102ZZZ bra. Annie’s under breast measurement is 109.22cm and her around chest-over-nipple measurement is 177.8cm. The world’s largest, surgically enhanced boobs belong to porn star Chelsea Charms who wears a 164XXX bra.

Oldest prostitute
Apparently the age of retirement is a little later for prostitution than most other occupations. The oldest working “Roxanne” known to the authorities is Chiu, who recently celebrated her 82nd birthday. Chiu began working the streets 40 years ago and has been working in Tai Pei ever since. Chiu has been working for so long she’s acquired a nickname – grandma. Unfortunately for Chiu, ageing prostitutes don’t feature much in men’s sexual fantasies and her rates have had to be radically reduced in recent years.

Strongest vagina
For those of you who thought women weren’t tough, you must not have heard of Tatiata Kozhevnikova, a 42-year old Russian mother. Tatiata may appear normal, but it turns out she likes lifting weights... with her lady parts. Tatiata suffered from weak pelvic muscles after the birth of her first child and tried lots of things before reading about women who used wooden balls to strengthen their weakened area. These days Tatiata can pump some serious iron, lifting 14 kilograms worth of weights.

Most bras removed in one minute
The awkward fumble and the disappointment felt when a guy can’t undo a girl’s bra is one devastating social scenario that quick fingered Chris Nicholson must never have experienced. Chris proudly holds the record of removing the most bras in one minute. Chris managed to whip off 20 bras, using just one hand. That means Chris was able to remove one bra every three seconds. He believes that his career as a magician helped him overcome the bra challenge; who knew magic could be so sexy.

Biggest nude wedding
Your wedding is the most romantic day of your life; at least it is for some. For others it’s a chance to ditch the confines of your clothes and find a little easy fame. In 2003 29 couples chose to get married in Jamaica at a club called Hedonism III. The mass wedding group exchanged their vows on Valentine’s Day completely in the nude. The brides were completely in the buff except for a veil.  Can you imagine the wedding photographs?

Biggest penis
Most men want to be bigger or at the very least a little better endowed down there, but Jonah Falcon is one man who has never felt ashamed by his manhood. Mr Falcon is the owner of the world’s largest human penis. His massive member measures an incredible 13.5 inches or 34.29cm; that’s longer than the average wine bottle. Jonah says that size isn’t everything and he seems to be right because Jonah still lives at home.

Most orgasms
A lot of women struggle to reach the pillow-biting big O, but for one lucky woman orgasms come easy. An anonymous lady was said to have 134 orgasms in one hour. She was recorded by two doctors William Hartman and Marilyn Fithian. By having 134 orgasms in just one hour it means that this girl had at least one orgasm every 2 minutes. However, another researcher has claimed that he has found one woman who could have 20 orgasms within 20 minutes.

Most castrations
If you’re squeamish, look away now. In 1300BC King Menephta defeated the Libyans in a huge battle. As a celebration against those he defeated he castrated the beaten army and cut off 13,000 penises. The list details that six Generals, 222 Sirculian Soldiers, 542 Etruscans, 6,111 Greek soldiers and 6,359 Libyan men all lost their members. We’re so glad that defeats are no longer celebrated in this way.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GlueyZen on Mar 25, 2012, 02:34 PM
^^
Kaka-iba naman yang mga kwento mo.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 31, 2012, 02:41 PM

Biggest penis

Mr Falcon is the owner of the world’s largest human penis. His massive member measures an incredible 13.5 inches or 34.29cm; that’s longer than the average wine bottle.

Batuta?!? :rofl:
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Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 31, 2012, 03:48 PM
^Ted Falcon?

averge Filipino size is 4-5 or 4-6" ...tama ba? will somebody confirm this.guys,start measuring :hihi: :hihi:

halatang wlang ginagwa sa work kaya nangungulit lang :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Mar 31, 2012, 04:02 PM
^ sa upper or lower limit ka ba nung range? lol
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Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 31, 2012, 04:07 PM
hiya akong sabihin   :-[ :-[

 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:



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Post by: nel on Apr 01, 2012, 12:42 AM
yehey, BIG winner si Slater! Sayang 4th lang si Paco...
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 03, 2012, 01:29 PM
Why mistresses have all the fun

http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/40673/why-mistresses-have-all-the-fun
 (http://lifestyle.inquirer.net/40673/why-mistresses-have-all-the-fun)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 03, 2012, 04:00 PM
^ sa upper or lower limit ka ba nung range? lol
miko dapat sagutin mo ito, sinagot ko yung tanong dun sa TO thread.. :D
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Post by: luigisoon on Apr 03, 2012, 04:09 PM
last day na pag ipon ng points sa samsung mobile exchange.. sana mataas na points ko  :D
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 03, 2012, 04:09 PM
pwede bang ibulong ko nalang sayo  :-[ :-[

miko dapat sagutin mo ito, sinagot ko yung tanong dun sa TO thread.. :D
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Post by: moto461 on Apr 03, 2012, 04:14 PM
miko dapat sagutin mo ito, sinagot ko yung tanong dun sa TO thread.. :D

 :rofl: :rofl: hahaha..interested si maam bajoyjoy.. :watchuthink:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 03, 2012, 04:28 PM
Miko, open naman ang PM ko, pero mas preferred kung sagutin mo openly para palong-palo ang kasagutan mo! :hihi: don’t worry, no judgment here, haha…

ikaw moto hindi interested? ibulong mo din sa akin yung sayo if u want. :rofl:

Grabeh, holy week na mga bata, behave! :hihi:


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 03, 2012, 04:51 PM
^shoe size na lang para safe. may formula daw sa pagcompute ng equivalent size nung kwan ni juan...
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 03, 2012, 05:33 PM
Miko, open naman ang PM ko, pero mas preferred kung sagutin mo openly para palong-palo ang kasagutan mo! :hihi: don’t worry, no judgment here, haha…

dont judge a book by its cover.. :hihi:

grbe kayo ah,OT na kayo sa thread na to..Random thread to at hindi Specific (size) Thread..

Uu nga,holy week na..kaya behave ka na bajoyjoy ah..

btw: i have size 10 shoes  :rofl: :rofl:
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Post by: jenxent on Apr 04, 2012, 11:11 AM
ang haba na nitong random thread ah...happy weekend guyz...

babatiin ko na rin pala ang sarili ko para bukas ng  :birthday: since hindi rin ako mka.online tomorrow  :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:...
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Post by: pilyong_husband on Apr 04, 2012, 11:26 AM
^ Advance hapi bday. Ala ba tayo handaan jan? :)
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Post by: bauer on Apr 04, 2012, 11:48 AM
^shoe size na lang para safe. may formula daw sa pagcompute ng equivalent size nung kwan ni juan...

nabasa ko lang,

shoe size divide by 2 plus 2, yun ba?

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congrats miko sa new baby!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 04, 2012, 11:56 AM
^wow..divide by 2 plus 2.... :yahoo: 

hahaha..parang hindi yata sir...

 :thankyou:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 04, 2012, 12:07 PM
nabasa ko lang,

shoe size divide by 2 plus 2, yun ba?

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congrats miko sa new baby!
^akala ko sasabihin mo, congrats miko, 7-incher ka pala!

shoe size divided by 2 plus 1 lang ata... tapos minus square root of 9. lol


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happy birthday jenxent!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 05, 2012, 11:11 PM
galing sa OT na usapan sa kabila re: soulmates:

Quote from: freefront
Actually it was told to me by Shapira. He's a retired Israeli soldier who volunteered to drive me to Bethlehem every time I wanted to cook sinigang na pata (only one Arab-Christian family raises pigs and slaughters them for sale found in that area). Same person who told me that when God sent my soul to occupy a new born baby, another soul was sent down to be my soulmate. Siyempre pa, irreverent that I am, i fired the following questions: What if the soulmate was sent way ahead of me and he is now old? What if he'll be sent down 20 years later on and I'm a lot older? Am I alloted only one soulmate? What if he turns out to be a girl? A lot more questions and I got one answer: He knows what He is doing.


i bet vicces will have a field day on that "soulmate sent down 20 years later" statement of yours. nga lang, OT na. :D



That book Embraced by the Light by Betty Eadie is said to be the most accurate account/documentation about near-death-experience (NDE). I havent read the book myself (i got scared when the person i first heard it from had died of cancer), but one friend who did, told me that the author talked about how she "died" for a few hours, and she went to heaven (parang nag-tour sya) and when she came back to life, she had a vivid memory of what she saw "up there". anyway, in the book she explained the concept of soulmates (the way betty witnessed up there) -- before we are born/before the souls assume a new body, we are made to choose the kind of life that we will be living, kung gusto mong mayaman, o mahirap, puno ng pasakit or saya, maganda or panget, etc. the more challenging, the better because the purpose of all these is to learn whatever needs to be learned and evolve as creatures. and then before your soul assumes the body of a new baby, pipili ka din or may grupo kang makakasama mo to go through life to make sure you learn what you are suppose to learn. so hindi nga lang soulmate, soul group pa nga.

about ff's question pano kung mas matanda or mas bata (ahem ahem) or same sex... hindi ba mas malaking problema kung may asawa ng iba, or beki pala ang kanyang naging katawang tao? :hihi: so age should be the LEAST of your worries. anyway, what i remember from jaime licauco's story naman, hindi rin necessarily romantic partner yung soulmate mo. just someone who will help you achieve perfection or tulungan ka sa ibat ibang problemang kakaharapin mo. for the romantic kind, hanggat di kayo nagiging perfect, magkikita kayo sa ibat ibang lifetimes pero you wont be together yet - hindi pa kayo handa in other words.  

si licauco mismo, yung soulmate nya nakilala nya when he was already married to another woman. but when he met his soulmate may mutual recognition between them, and in one of their travels parang nasa cave sila or something tapos parang sobrang strong na attraction or force sa kanila. tapos without them realising, makita-kita nila, nag-kikiss na pala sila and may fireworks/electricity and fire in his belly pa syang sinasabi, sabay tanong sila sa isat isa -- "did you feel that?"... #WTFmoment
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Post by: newbiesaver on Apr 06, 2012, 12:31 AM
Ito random question ko. Bakit walang poor insik dito sa Pilipinas ?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 06, 2012, 03:12 AM
@vicces--- anong na "OP" na si TS sa kabilang thread? Pot ka ulit- Thank you for my birthday greeting. It's not April 1. You dabble in esoteric knowledge? Must be nice to raid your personal library.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 06, 2012, 01:33 PM
Why a Girl Should Marry an Engineer

When choosing a mate, compare these other professionals to Engineers:

Doctor
Supposedly, all women are after a doctor, so don't expect your relationship to last more than 5 years. Eventually, he'll run off with some nurse from his office, or one of his young women patients that is pretending to be sick. He'll wait until you are stuck with a few kids to do this.

This is not a problem with your engineer husband. He had a hard enough time meeting you. It is unlikely he'll ever meet another woman in his profession.

Lawyer
Do you seriously expect an honest, trusting relationship with someone who gets paid for lying? Once again, this is not a problem with your engineer spouse. He doesn't have enough social skills to lie convincingly. An additional drawback to marrying a lawyer is when the divorce happens you will get nothing.

Salesman
See honesty segment under lawyer. Plus, he will be traveling to trade shows, etc. Where he will be in the company of other equally trustworthy individuals. Don't be surprised when you get the invitation to show up on the Ricki Lake Show. The company that your engineer husband works at will keep him in a cage, often called a cubicle, until he is ready to go home to you.

Teacher
The only reason he entered this profession is so that he could be surrounded by newly post-pubescent girls who idolize him. He'll be in jail soon, and then you'll have to look for another man.

Hazardous Professions, i.e. Firefighter, Construction Worker, etc.
Your husband, if he is not dead by some accident, will likely be crippled with a back injury, etc. Just about the time you are at your sexual peak. The only hazard that your engineer husband will face is losing his eyesight by staring at the computer terminal for too long. This hazard actually has some benefits. For one, he will not notice that you are getting older, since you will be a blur. He will remember you as when he first met you, because the memory will still be sharp. And if you think he is looking at another woman, and you ask "honey, were you looking at her?", he'll honestly be able to say that he didn't even see her.

Top 10 reasons to date an Engineer:

10. The world does revolve around us... We chose the coordinate system.

9. No "couple" enjoys a better "moment".

8. We know how to handle stress and strain in a relationship.

7. We have significant figures.

6. We have taken a course on the motion of rigid bodies.

5. Projectile motion... Need we say more?

4. Engineers do it to specification.

3. According to Newton, if two bodies interact, their forces are equal and opposite.

2. We know it's not the length of the vector that counts, but how you apply the force.

1. We know the right hand rule.

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 06, 2012, 01:39 PM
@vicces--- anong na "OP" na si TS sa kabilang thread? Pot ka ulit- Thank you for my birthday greeting. It's not April 1. You dabble in esoteric knowledge? Must be nice to raid your personal library.
OP = out of place

hindi april 1? Aries or Taurus?

uy, she wants to raid my personal "library". is that your roundabout way of trying to invite yourself to my place? *wink*wink* wala akong ganyan kadaming books, e-library na uso ngayon diba.

nalimutan ko idagdag ung "Celestine Prophesy" ni James Redfield, still about "soulgroup" pero fiction ata yang book nya, pero bentang benta pa rin when it came out (di ko din nabasa).

ive always been fascinated with the "parangnormal" stuff. gusto ko nga magpa "past-life reading", para malaman na talaga kung dati ba akong royalty. That would be cool and should explain why im still acting like a queen to this day. LOLN

Ito random question ko. Bakit walang poor insik dito sa Pilipinas ?
uy marami na kaya. mga nagbebenta at nag-aalok ng kung anu-ano sa divisoria at mga tiangge, pero di marunong magtagalog, di ka pa nakaencounter? parang yung mga walang trabaho dun sa china, iniimport nila dito para magbantay ng tindahan, imbes na maghire sila ng pilipino...
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 06, 2012, 06:32 PM
@miko, ano yung right hand rule?

@vicces, so you believe in soulmates pala? naku mukhang tatandang binata ka nyan. haha joke!

btw ilang months mo ng ginigreet ng happy birthday si freefront ha. kailan ba talaga bday nya?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: haelhaelhael on Apr 06, 2012, 07:29 PM
Top 10 reasons to date an Engineer:

10. The world does revolve around us... We chose the coordinate system.

9. No "couple" enjoys a better "moment".

8. We know how to handle stress and strain in a relationship.

7. We have significant figures.

6. We have taken a course on the motion of rigid bodies.

5. Projectile motion... Need we say more?

4. Engineers do it to specification.

3. According to Newton, if two bodies interact, their forces are equal and opposite.

2. We know it's not the length of the vector that counts, but how you apply the force.

1. We know the right hand rule.



This is actually very cute! lol :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 06, 2012, 07:32 PM
Thanks..cute din kasi nagpost niyan  :-[ :-[
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: haelhaelhael on Apr 06, 2012, 07:59 PM
Thanks..cute din kasi nagpost niyan  :-[ :-[
and for sure engineer din lol :p
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Post by: freefront on Apr 07, 2012, 01:22 AM

hindi april 1? Aries or Taurus?

aries.

Quote
uy, she wants to raid my personal "library". is that your roundabout way of trying to invite yourself to my place? *wink*wink* wala akong ganyan kadaming books, e-library na uso ngayon diba.

Wishful thinking lang, not hopeful. i'd really like to see one of those( maybe own one) personal libraries stacked with books from floor to ceiling like the ones you see in the movies. A lot of Kindle on a shelf would look really odd to me. 

galing sa OT na usapan sa kabila re: soulmates:
 
about ff's question pano kung mas matanda or mas bata (ahem ahem) or same sex... hindi ba mas malaking problema kung may asawa ng iba, or beki pala ang kanyang naging katawang tao? :hihi: so age should be the LEAST of your worries. anyway, what i remember from jaime licauco's story naman, hindi rin necessarily romantic partner yung soulmate mo. just someone who will help you achieve perfection or tulungan ka sa ibat ibang problemang kakaharapin mo. for the romantic kind, hanggat di kayo nagiging perfect, magkikita kayo sa ibat ibang lifetimes pero you wont be together yet - hindi pa kayo handa in other words. 

Like I said, I was amusing myself with possible troubles when told of the concept. A week before I met the guy, there was a news article about a 19 y.o. arab girl who was shot dead by her 22 y.o. brother because he caught her dating a jewish guy. So, I did ask about that, and the matter of geography, etc.

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Post by: sicalsem on Apr 07, 2012, 03:56 AM
Why a Girl Should Marry an Engineer

Doctor
Supposedly, all women are after a doctor, so don't expect your relationship to last more than 5 years. Eventually, he'll run off with some nurse from his office, or one of his young women patients that is pretending to be sick. He'll wait until you are stuck with a few kids to do this.

This is not a problem with your engineer husband. He had a hard enough time meeting you. It is unlikely he'll ever meet another woman in his profession.

This is no longer true. There are many female engineers now. If he is a civil engineer,he can meet an architect like Shamcey Supsup.
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Post by: vicces on Apr 07, 2012, 06:34 AM
aries.

Wishful thinking lang, not hopeful. i'd really like to see one of those( maybe own one) personal libraries stacked with books from floor to ceiling like the ones you see in the movies.
ah, very Diane Lane in "Unfaithful". Naku i'm no Olivier Martinez (ie, seducing smart women with books) if thats what you're getting at. Loln

Aries... tanong ulit... tapos na ba ang bday mo (apr2-6)? happy bday ulit freefront! have a good one. :D

@bajoyjoy,i will continue greeting her everyday til i get it right. pero at least may limit na, up to apr20 lang ang aries... as to the other matter, i'm already there aren't i? loln. and mind your terminologies, men of my stature are referred to now as "most eligible bachelor". double standard-- so cool. :D
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Post by: freefront on Apr 07, 2012, 07:25 AM
@vicces

^Careful with the "most eligible bachelor" brand. MVP was branded as one before bago sya natsismis ng mga tsismoso.

"Mag-asawa ka na kasi! " Walang comeback dapat yan. Turnabout is fair play.

@ miko

Top 10 reasons to date an Engineer:

10. The world does revolve around us... We chose the coordinate system.

9. No "couple" enjoys a better "moment".

8. We know how to handle stress and strain in a relationship.

7. We have significant figures.

6. We have taken a course on the motion of rigid bodies.

5. Projectile motion... Need we say more?

4. Engineers do it to specification.

3. According to Newton, if two bodies interact, their forces are equal and opposite.

2. We know it's not the length of the vector that counts, but how you apply the force.

1. We know the right hand rule.

^ same as bjj. What does that mean? Engineers are also notorious for 2 things.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 07, 2012, 10:16 AM
Happy bday ulit freefront!

@bajoyjoy,i will continue greeting her everyday til i get it right. pero at least may limit na, up to apr20 lang ang aries...
awwwweeee... Si vicces nagpakasweet na naman kay ff! Pangatawanan mo yan

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as to the other matter, i'm already there aren't i? loln. and mind your terminologies, men of my stature are referred to now as "most eligible bachelor". double standard-- so cool. :D

I think 40 naman yata ang peg for that term (pati na ung tagalog version na binanggit ko) para sa men. Double standard nga talaga.  :bahalaka:
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 07, 2012, 10:25 AM
@miko, ano yung right hand rule?
for bajoyjoy and ff:

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The rule which determines the orientation of the cross product u×v. The right-hand rule states that the orientation of the vectors' cross product is determined by placing u and v tail-to-tail, flattening the right hand, extending it in the direction of u, and then curling the fingers in the direction that the angle v makes with u. The thumb then points in the direction of u×v.

malinaw?  :p

Engineers are also notorious for 2 things.

and those are??
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 07, 2012, 10:47 AM
gosh miko whatdah?!? Ano naman application nyang right hand rule sa pang araw araw na pamumuhay? Hahaha. Instead na mainggit Parang mas naawa ako bigla sa wives ng engineers. :hihi:
 (miko: honey, right hand rule tayo tonight! -- then the wife proceeds to the pc para i-google)

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Oo nga, ff what are those 2 other things?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Apr 07, 2012, 01:34 PM
You've just sold me on engineers, miko (except I'm taken).

@ff: Spill, please.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 07, 2012, 06:56 PM
double standard-- so cool. :D

Ive always though that when a guy describe himself as double standard it means hes gay....

Im also curios what are those 2 things?

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Sniper18 on Apr 07, 2012, 08:13 PM
--Sir/Ma'am,

--Since this is a random thread, may itatanong lang po sana ako..?

--Paano niyo po nakukuha yung mga nasa baba ng pangalan niyo? code name ba ang tawag jan? Parang yang mga "Forum tambay, Posting Whiz, Forum VIP, etc.." tanong ko lang po ah.. bago palang po kasi ako dito.. mukhang ang cool kasi ^_^
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 07, 2012, 08:19 PM
here po :http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=521.0 (http://www.pinoymoneytalk.com/forum/index.php?topic=521.0)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Sniper18 on Apr 07, 2012, 08:22 PM
--Thank you po sir for that quick and prompt reply.. ^_^
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 08, 2012, 01:41 AM
for bajoyjoy and ff:


"The rule which determines the orientation of the cross product u×v. The right-hand rule states that the orientation of the vectors' cross product is determined by placing u and v tail-to-tail, flattening the right hand, extending it in the direction of u, and then curling the fingers in the direction that the angle v makes with u. The thumb then points in the direction of u×v."
malinaw?  :p

and those are??

Those will be revealed when I finally get that ^ !  :D






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You've just sold me on engineers, miko (except I'm taken).

@ff: Spill, please.

It's a common misconception, and lawyers would contest it. Even at our reunions, the engineers, even the female ones, will be the last ones standing on the after-dinner drinking session. I'd be snarfing the pulutan and passing water to whoever gets back to the crowd, for whatever reason  :hihi:; the CPA's would be incoherent by then; and the engineers will start their hilarious stories about being kidnapped from the jobsite, the pranks they pull, the stinky and exotic dishes they get to try in their "destino", etc.; and they will still be at it till the sun comes up and will still be able to help clean up the mess and make coffee. They are the best boy scouts, if you ask me.

And they have the worst condescending attitude to mere mortals like us who don't get the math just as easy, even if they stink in English! An attitude that gets cured little by little when they start telling stories about how they are delegated to tutor their kids on said subjects above.

Miko, naibaba mo na yang monitor na naka-umang sa akin?  :D  :-*



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PS---I still don't get the right hand rule. Vector sounds like a dirty word to me.
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Post by: vicces on Apr 08, 2012, 05:31 AM
^bday mo? HAPPY BIRTHDAY FREEFRONT! enjoy your special day!

"vector" dirty? its the sweetest sounding word, imho. parang ako lang. loln


to the rest of you eavesdroppers--

THE LORD HAS RISEN!!! HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE! :yehey:


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Ive always though that when a guy describe himself as double standard it means hes gay....

its high time that you pick up a dictionary/thesaurus and improve your vocabulary then. off you go! #bitchmodeON

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It's a common misconception, and lawyers would contest it.
I disagree! (kung anuman yan)
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 08, 2012, 10:28 AM
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will be the last ones standing on the after-dinner drinking session
you're referring to the Gingineers  :hihi:
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condescending attitude

googling  :pc:

ito pala ang sagot dun  :hihi:
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even if they stink in English
 


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regarding the english language issue of the engrs..Maybe they should change the subject History,Life and Works of RIzal,Noli Me tangere and El fili..ang other subjects not related to engineering  to English 1 ,English 2,English 3,English 4..... :hihi: :hihi:

Naalala ko ,graduating nako nun,isa sa mga subject ko pa e HIstory and Rizal  :laugh:



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PS---I still don't get the right hand rule. Vector sounds like a dirty word to me.

I can show the right hand rule if you want.. and maybe you're reffering to papa Victor not vector thats why it sounds like a dirty word. :hihi:


BTW:HAPPY BIRTHDAY FF  :birthday:  :-*

and

HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE  :yahoo: :yahoo:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: moto461 on Apr 08, 2012, 01:14 PM
oi..!  may birthday pla d2..  hApi beeRday!!    :b_beer: :birthday: :party:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GoodSteward on Apr 08, 2012, 02:03 PM
Randomess inspired by newbies handle

What is BAYAN? Country or town? Both ata....
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 09, 2012, 08:45 AM
april 9 - araw ng kagitingan

happy birthday freefront! may god bless you and keep you on this special day! (nauubusan na ng greeting catd message, ad i still have 11 more days to complete)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 09, 2012, 11:01 PM
 Tapos na po.  :thankyou:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: jenxent on Apr 10, 2012, 10:02 AM
sa lahat ng bumati sa akin.. :thankyou: po...
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 10, 2012, 10:30 AM
Belated happy birthday to you both, ff and jenxent. :-)
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 10, 2012, 10:45 AM
Aling date kaya tumama sa birthday?...

Anyway,belated happy birthday FF.. :-*

burger,burger,burger,burger
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 10, 2012, 10:48 AM
^belated nga.. :hihi: hope you had a grand time ff..

jenxent, belated too... beerger, beerger!!! :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 10, 2012, 11:22 AM
Thanks, miko. BK welcome branch.  Basta dalhan mo ako ng shawarma na fully loaded, pag-uwi mo ulit  :hihi:

@moto- Thank you din.

Thanks girls! I kinda ate my way thru' the trip and just roamed around. So now, I suffer  :D
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 10, 2012, 04:04 PM
I kinda ate my way thru' the trip and just roamed around.
with a birthday date? :hihi:

si vicces ayaw pa magparamdam o...
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Post by: ferrariEverest on Apr 10, 2012, 04:34 PM
Thanks, miko. BK welcome branch.  Basta dalhan mo ako ng shawarma na fully loaded, pag-uwi mo ulit  :hihi:
wow, sarap. malapit jan ko na-meet yung several PMT members last Jan.
mukhang tambay ka jan sa area ha :D

belated happy birthday to ff & jenxent. mukhang tweenteen na kayo :D magkakalapit lang b-day natin. :D

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you're referring to the Gingineers  :hihi:

regarding the english language issue of the engrs..Maybe they should change the subject History,Life and Works of RIzal,Noli Me tangere and El fili..ang other subjects not related to engineering  to English 1 ,English 2,English 3,English 4..... :hihi: :hihi:

Naalala ko ,graduating nako nun,isa sa mga subject ko pa e HIstory and Rizal  :laugh:
hilaw na Engineer ako pero d ako gingineer..  :D

imagine mo ang Eng'g curriculum na walang English , etc... walang minor subjects,  e d natorete tayo at baka mas mataas pa sa +/-25units per sem ang hawak natin. :hihi:
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 10, 2012, 06:47 PM
Belated happy birthday to ff & jenxent.

Thanks, miko. BK welcome branch.  Basta dalhan mo ako ng shawarma na fully loaded, pag-uwi mo ulit  :hihi:

:think: :think: :think: I cant find vicces name here....

@bjj, I think quote stated above is the reason...

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 10, 2012, 08:06 PM
Belated happy birthday to ff & jenxent.
 
:think: :think: :think: I cant find vicces name here....

@bjj, I think quote stated above is the reason...

@archcavalier, i was thinking the same thing! Actually wen i read that post of ff earlier, i nagccringe na ako for vicces. I didnt say anything na lang, bday girl e. But now that arch has brought it up.. Grabeh, ff your a mean girl! :hihi:

Di na siguro makalogin si vicces, nawarak na lahat ng laptop, pc at smartphones na nasa paligid nya.. Or hes under some rock somewhere, nagseself pity with sad Puppy eyes
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 10, 2012, 08:29 PM
^Mismosa kayong dalwa ha... :hihi: :hihi:

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nabasa ko lang nina:

Girl: Isang chocolate sundae nga.
Crew: Ma'am 25 pesos po.
Girl: *nagbigay ng 100 pesos*
Crew: Ma'am meron po ba kayong 5 pesos?
Girl: Para kang ex bf ko, binigay ko na nga lahat ng meron ako. Nagkulang pa din ako?
Crew: Ma'am hindi ko naman po sinabing nagkulang ka.

Minsan humihingi lang kami ng konting halaga para masuklian ka namin ng buo.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 10, 2012, 11:13 PM
wow, sarap. malapit jan ko na-meet yung several PMT members last Jan.
mukhang tambay ka jan sa area ha :D

Once in a while, I get the urge to chomp on something substantial. Lapit lang sa amin.
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belated happy birthday to ff & jenxent. mukhang tweenteen na kayo :D magkakalapit lang b-day natin. :D

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hilaw na Engineer ako pero d ako gingineer..  :D

may sungay ka rin?  :hihi:

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imagine mo ang Eng'g curriculum na walang English , etc... walang minor subjects,  e d natorete tayo at baka mas mataas pa sa +/-25units per sem ang hawak natin. :hihi:

Ok lang naman yung mga minor subjects tsaka electives. Hindi lang siguro inspired yung nagturo sa inyo ng Noli at Fili kasama na Rizal. Yung mga observations ni Rizal sa society dati, still applies today. Ang hindi lang kasi maganda, itinuro na nung high school, inulit pa sa college. Akala ko lahat ng curriculum may Eng. 1-4?

@archcavalier, i was thinking the same thing! Actually wen i read that post of ff earlier, i nagccringe na ako for vicces. I didnt say anything na lang, bday girl e. But now that arch has brought it up.. Grabeh, ff your a mean girl! :hihi:

^ I are not mean!!! I already said thank you 2x ( and he's going to continue having fun at my expense, even if he means well. He didn't get included bec. he's absent today. Nabasa siguro nung boss nila yung "screening committee" nya  :hihi:)

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Di na siguro makalogin si vicces, nawarak na lahat ng laptop, pc at smartphones na nasa paligid nya.. Or hes under some rock somewhere, nagseself pity with sad Puppy eyes

^Unfair. I love puppies.
bjj, did the elevator guy kick a dog or hurled a cat?
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Post by: ferrariEverest on Apr 11, 2012, 12:29 AM
Once in a while, I get the urge to chomp on something substantial. Lapit lang sa amin.
may sungay ka rin?  :hihi:
Akala ko lahat ng curriculum may Eng. 1-4?
sungay. meron yata, pero stunted growth. hindi nagamit, apathy set in :hihi:

Eng.1 lang yata meron noon. :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 11, 2012, 04:01 AM
Di na siguro makalogin si vicces, nawarak na lahat ng laptop, pc at smartphones na nasa paligid nya.. Or hes under some rock somewhere, nagseself pity with sad Puppy eyes

@bjj, shouldnt it be "Sad Piolo Eyes"?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 11, 2012, 09:46 AM
^you're mixing it up na archcavalier. elevator guy is the one with piolo eyes. si vicces puppy eyes kasi he is pining for ff who loves dogs. paawa effect ba.

nabasa ko lang nina:

Girl: Isang chocolate sundae nga.
Crew: Ma'am 25 pesos po.
Girl: *nagbigay ng 100 pesos*
Crew: Ma'am meron po ba kayong 5 pesos?
Girl: Para kang ex bf ko, binigay ko na nga lahat ng meron ako. Nagkulang pa din ako?
Crew: Ma'am hindi ko naman po sinabing nagkulang ka.

Minsan humihingi lang kami ng konting halaga para masuklian ka namin ng buo.

ay grabeh may issue si girlash sa kwentong yan ha! so pano naman natin iaapply yang kwento mo miko sa kwento dito? sino yung girl at sino yung crew? most importantly, sino ang humihingi ng konting halaga para masuklian ng buo? yiheee!

btw, ikaw na talaga miko ang hari ng pick up line. isipin mo nagchant ka lang ng "burger", pati si ff, napa-oo mo na kagad? yung isa, halos tumambling na yata sa gitna ng espanya..

^ I are not mean!!! I already said thank you 2x ( and he's going to continue having fun at my expense, even if he means well. He didn't get included bec. he's absent today. Nabasa siguro nung boss nila yung "screening committee" nya  )
tama ka jan mare, twice -- emoticon pa nga yung isa. :hihi: tapos ilan yung greetings nya mula-- feb pa ba? :D maniwala naman akong absent talaga. he stopped greeting you na e so it means he has read na your comment na tapos na, and all other comments thereafter.  :hihi:

speaking of, uy grabeh baka nababasa ni vicces ito sabihin were kicking a man while he's down... i owe that guy, about 500mb worth of ebooks (kaso naman si miko nagpakabibo lalo at nagbigay ng link na 500GB yatang ebooks ang downloadable :hihi:) i smell PMT sibling rivalry... :hihi:

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^Unfair. I love puppies.
unfair kc nainsulto ung puppies, ganun? so bad... :D
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bjj, did the elevator guy kick a dog or hurled a cat?
hala, talagang ilipat ang usapang elevator guy dito para lang makapagchange topic? hahaha, i told u, i'll spill if you spill!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 11, 2012, 01:34 PM
(http://media.tumblr.com/tumblr_ly95v6iVuS1qaqk32.jpg)  kayo

pati ang market kakalerqui  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 11, 2012, 06:25 PM
^you're mixing it up na archcavalier. elevator guy is the one with piolo eyes. si vicces puppy eyes kasi he is pining for ff who loves dogs. paawa effect ba.

Don't worry its not a typing error...
I was trying to hint you on elevator guy, I didn't realize you were hinting on the dog.


Since ff bday debate is over... Lets go back to elevator guy, since its not resolve yet...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 12, 2012, 05:56 PM
This is for everyone's education, especially for those with difficulty speaking or understanding peculiar Filipino words (yes, you Archcavalier). Don't worry, I bet a lot of folks here also have not encountered many of the words defined below.

After reading, you all should be able to use these words in daily conversations and postings here, ng sa gayon ay maisabuhay natin at tumatak sa ating puso at isip. Para sa ikauunlad ng ating bayan.

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15 TAGALOG/FILIPINONG SALITA NA DAPAT AY ALAM NG BAWAT FILIPINO

1. BAKTOL - ang ikatlong lebel ng mabahanong amoy sa kilikili, ang baktol ay kapareho ng amoy ng nabubulok na
 bayabas, itoy dumudikit sa damit, at humahalo sa pawis, madalas na naaamoy tuwing registration ng kahit ano dahil sa sobrang siksikan ng mga tao.

"Pu#$%*#, sinong nangangamoy BAKTOL sa inyo???"

2. KUKURIKAPU - libag sa ilalim ng boobs, madalas na namumuo dahil sa labis na baby powder na nilalagay sa katawan, maaari ding mamuo kung hindi talaga naliligo o nanghihilod ang isang babae, ang KUKURIKAPU ay madalas mamuo sa babaeng malalaki ang joga.

"Honey, maligo ka na kaya para maalis yang KUKURIKAPU mo."

3. MULMUL - buhok sa gitna ng isang nunal, mahirap ipaliwanag kung bakit nagkakaroon ng MULMUL ang isang
nunal, subalit hindi talaga ito maaalis, kahit na bunutin pa ito, maliban nalng kung ipapa laser.

"How nice naman ur MULMUL!!"

4. BURNIK - taeng sumabit sa buhok sa puwet, madalas nararanasan ng  mga taong nagtitissue lamang
pagkatapos tumae, ang BURNIK ay mahirap alisin, lalo na kapag natuyo na ito, ipinapayo sa mga may BURNIK na maligo na lamang upang itoy maalis, Itoy kadalasan ding makikita sa mga amerikanong nag-titissue lamang.

"Labs, alam ko kung ano kinain mo kanina!!!"

5. AGIHAP - libag na dumikit sa panty o brief dahil sa pagmamahal sa suot panloob, nabubuo ang AGIHAP kung ang panty o brief ay nasuot na nang hindi bababa sa tatlong araw. 

"Nay! hindi nyo nilabhan mabuti oh, may agihap pa rin tong panty ko!"

6. DUKIT - itoy ang amoy na nakukuha kung isinabit mo ang daliri mo sa iyong puwet…. Try to prove it dats DUKIT.

7. SPONGKLONG - itoy isang bagong wika na nangangahulugan sa isang estupidong tao.

8. WENEKLEK - ito ang buhok sa utong na kadalasang nakikita sa mga tambay  sa kanto na laging nakahubad. Meron din ang ibang mga babae nito.

"Inay! Si itay, sinaksak yung kapitbahay natin kasi hinila un WENEKLEK niya!!!!!!"

9. BARNAKOL - ito ay maitim na libag sa batok na naipon sa matagal na panahon.

"Tsup tsup..Hon, ang alat naman ng barnakol mo.."

10. ASOGUE - buhok sa kili kili.

"Ang haba na ng asogue mo! Gupitin mo nga!"

11. KALAMANTUTAY - mabahong pangalan.

12. BAKTUNG – pinaikling salitang BAKAT-UTONG.

"Uy, jefferson si maam BAKTUNG nanaman!!!"

13. BAKTI - pinaikling BAKAT-PANTY. (visible panty line o VPL ayon kay ff)

14. JABARR - pawis ng katawan.

15. BULTOKACHI - tubig na tumatalsik sa puwet kapag nalalaglag ang isang malaking ebak.

"Pare, ang lamig ng bultokachi sa CR ng SM!"


Dagdagan nyo kung meron pa kayong alam. Imemorise nyo mga ^yan para hindi kayo matawag na SPONGKLONG. Okay?

 :cool2:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 12, 2012, 07:25 PM
@vicces, the return of the come back. What a long Easter Holiday almost a week. That disappointed, huh?
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 12, 2012, 07:33 PM
^Disappointed with what? U guys know each other or smthing?

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Totoo ba mga worda na yan vicces o imbento lang? The best ung #15!

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Ay gets ko na ung disappointed.. :-P
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 12, 2012, 08:45 PM

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Totoo ba mga worda na yan vicces o imbento lang? The best ung #15! [/quote]
If vector'gator is talking sh*t, he's most probably okay.

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Ay gets ko na ung disappointed.. :-P
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^Spill! (not doing the other one, para kang nagtanong ng Phil. history since world war II. yung sayo na lang---one word.)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 13, 2012, 09:39 AM
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If vector'gator is talking sh*t, he's most probably okay.
or pretending to be… you know men and their egos (esp men of certain age, and from certain profession) :watchuthink:

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^Spill!
Seryoso?! Eto naman si ateh, pinandigan ang pagkamanhid. Child psychology lang. :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: jenxent on Apr 13, 2012, 09:50 AM
guyz palpak nga pala ang rocket ng north korea :applause: :applause: :applause:

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 13, 2012, 10:14 AM
^oo nga, buti nga sa kanila. yabang kasi.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Apr 13, 2012, 10:39 AM
Know what I think, ff and bjj? You are sisters under the skin. Kaya nalilito/nahehelo na tuloy si vicces. :-)
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 13, 2012, 04:52 PM
^nahehelo si vicces not coz of me, but dahil sa one-punch knockout from ff. susuray-suray pa ata hanggang ngayon... :hihi:
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Post by: jumi07 on Apr 13, 2012, 06:37 PM
^haha, parang ako pala yan kahapon, nag-hapfdi... =)

buti na lang gumawa ka ng ganitong thread vicces. pwede dito magshare ng kung ano-ano lang para hindi na maggawa ng dedicated thread? i wanna share this---

KONY 2012

-- it is the "make Joseph Kony Famous movement" -- para mahuli na sya at mapagbayad sa kasamaang pinalaganap nya sa Uganda (he is leader of a rebel group "Lords Resistance Army" that abducts children, making them slaves and killers). he has been doing it for more thann 20yrs but not a lot of people knows it. he is tagged as the most wanted man by the int'l criminal court. the goal now is to capture him this 2012 by making this sob famous, maglabas ng madaming posters ng mukha nya to make him recognizable to anyone...

(http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/8/82/Stop_Kony_2012_poster.jpg)

(http://justiceinconflict.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/tumblr_m0gxfrnjth1qc4qico1_400.jpg?w=640)



watch the video: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc  (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y4MnpzG5Sqc)

based on 9gag.com. An oil depot was discovered in Uganda. that's why Us is currently "helping" ugandan's to capture kony. btw, kony's group is already 6 years inactive.'

PS. And yeah, maganda ung 9gag.com pampalipas oras. try nyo lang :)

PPS. nakakadrain ng soul yan.
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Post by: GoodSteward on Apr 13, 2012, 09:26 PM
agree yun jumi....

kubeta moment ko ang 9gag.com lol
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Post by: freefront on Apr 14, 2012, 01:41 AM
^nahehelo si vicces not coz of me, but dahil sa one-punch knockout from ff. susuray-suray pa ata hanggang ngayon... :hihi:


Whathhh??? BK with miko? Hah! Heto lang mangyayari dyan. Una, malulusaw sya sa Mla. within 30 minutes dahil B.C. boy yan at galing sa puro haircon. Pangalawa---made-detain yan sa airport dahil yung pasalubong ko na shawarma na fully loaded, naging WMD na at nag-emit ng deadly gas dahil sa kapanisan, unless---bumanat ng mga pick-up lines, may naaliw na stewardess at nilagay sa refrigerator ng peplane ang shawarma. Pangatlo, kung talagang guapo at bibo si miko, sigurado atapang atao si mrs. at worthy of afraid si papamiko at ff, maski may dala pa akong badigard( vedi vedi curious na mga anakis  :hihi:)  Therefore, nada!

heto pa. you are underestimating the vector'gator, methinks.

p.s. puede magpa-ampon (puera kay fE)? Ilayo nyo ako sa panganay namen!!! I can cook, clean house and bathe dogs.
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Post by: ferrariEverest on Apr 14, 2012, 01:52 AM
hahaha,,, cge, hanap mo na lang ako ng aampunin. i accept yung +/-6yrs ng edad ko, hahaha :D
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Post by: freefront on Apr 14, 2012, 01:53 AM
guyz palpak nga pala ang rocket ng north korea :applause: :applause: :applause:



Makes you wonder what they're gonna do next...

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hahaha,,, cge, hanap mo na lang ako ng aampunin. i accept yung +/-6yrs ng edad ko, hahaha :D

May perstipicate ba yan ng TA in ForexT pagkalabas sa cave mo?  :D
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 14, 2012, 09:28 AM
Whathhh??? BK with miko?
its like that old kasabihan--
"si vicces ang nagtanim (nagdilig, umani, nagbayo, nagsaing), si mikoangelo lang pala ang kakain". :D

@ff, correct me if im wrong but are u saying u know ung BK with miko hindi talaga mangyayari, and thats why u said yes in the first place? Ayun naman pala e its just a misunderstanding- Vicces are u reading this?!  Thats ur cue for your comeback. :D

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kung talagang guapo at bibo si miko, sigurado atapang atao si mrs. at worthy of afraid si papamiko
seems like afraid na nga, MIA na rin.

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heto pa. you are underestimating the vector'gator, methinks.
underestimating how? Expound pls ff - u know something we dont know? :hihi:

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Ilayo nyo ako sa panganay namen!!! I can cook, clean house and bathe dogs.
Pati ang panganay kasama sa team vectorgator? :hihi:

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hahaha,,, cge, hanap mo na lang ako ng aampunin. i accept yung +/-6yrs ng edad ko, hahaha
on the market ka na din pala fe? I suggest wag muna ifully disclose ang polyamory setup at baka walang magsinignify ng interest.. At talagang may +/- 6 sa age? Kalokah ka Hahaha
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Post by: freefront on Apr 14, 2012, 10:12 AM
its like that old kasabihan--
"si vicces ang nagtanim (nagdilig, umani, nagbayo, nagsaing), si mikoangelo lang pala ang kakain". :D

@ff, correct me if im wrong but are u saying u know ung BK with miko hindi talaga mangyayari, and thats why u said yes in the first place? 

Goes without saying! I don't put people in the path of danger (miko and his mamabear). And he just got back to work! It's the internet, he was just teasing. And you are the worst tease  :D
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underestimating how? Expound pls ff - u know something we dont know? :hihi:

nothing that hasn't been put out here.
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Pati ang panganay kasama sa team vectorgator? :hihi:
da panganay doesn't suffer foolishness in any way at all. It just takes too much energy butting heads with her about things that are SOP and the norm here in PHL. 51 y.o., 102 lbs., hyperactive, eats everything in huge amounts tapos aalis na ako lang ang tataba dahil ayaw namang lumamon mag-isa! Hindi rin ako nakalusot sa Clark today. Pinalipat yung aftenoon appointment ko para lang maisama ako sa track dahil may mga interesado daw mag-put up ng same business sa kanila. High blood na naman ako! What are you putting up a new the business for!?! You are coming home in September! Grrrr!!!


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on the market ka na din pala fe? I suggest wag muna ifully disclose ang polyamory setup at baka walang magsinignify ng interest.. At talagang may +/- 6 sa age? Kalokah ka Hahaha
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Hey fE! No guile...no game...no girl. ~Hitch
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 14, 2012, 10:44 AM
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^nahehelo si vicces not coz of me, but dahil sa one-punch knockout from ff. susuray-suray pa ata hanggang ngayon... hihi

First,anong kaugnayan ng qoute sa sagot nya? nalito ako...

Whathhh??? BK with miko? Hah! Heto lang mangyayari dyan. Una, malulusaw sya sa Mla. within 30 minutes dahil B.C. boy yan at galing sa puro haircon. Pangalawa---made-detain yan sa airport dahil yung pasalubong ko na shawarma na fully loaded, naging WMD na at nag-emit ng deadly gas dahil sa kapanisan, unless---bumanat ng mga pick-up lines, may naaliw na stewardess at nilagay sa refrigerator ng peplane ang shawarma.

What is BK,WMD? at pano nnmn ako napasok sa uspan?

Grabe ka naman,kahit B.C. boy ako e Im working in Middle East..So ang manila temperature e parang refrigerator lang sakin..cool na cool...

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Pangatlo, talagang guapo at bibo si miko

so thats your first impression ha  :-*    :hihi: :hihi:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 14, 2012, 11:02 AM
Goes without saying! I don't put people in the path of danger (miko and his mamabear). And he just got back to work! It's the internet, he was just teasing. And you are the worst tease  :D
nothing that hasn't been put out here.
worst tease? uy grabe naman, wala nmang romantic angle ung sainyo ni miko. All im saying was he got on ur good side (and everyone else yata), fast and hes not even trying.. E pano kung seryosohin ni miko yang BK not for anything but just to see u in person (chismosong tunay), lagot!

@miko- BK=burger king. WMD=weapon of mass destruction - yata
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Post by: freefront on Apr 14, 2012, 02:03 PM
worst tease? uy grabe naman, wala nmang romantic angle ung sainyo ni miko. All im saying was he got on ur good side (and everyone else yata), fast and hes not even trying.. E pano kung seryosohin ni miko yang BK not for anything but just to see u in person (chismosong tunay), lagot!

@miko- BK=burger king. WMD=weapon of mass destruction - yata


Parang may nangyari ng ganyan^. Kaya preno, hep, para. Mamaya wala ng matinong mga sagot.

Ganito na lang. Dahil wala naman sa bucket list ko ang BK na meet-up, miko, kung may kakilala kang may-ari ng flower plantation sa LT, date kayo ni misis, third wheel ako na may dalang kape---bago nila hatulan ang mga bulaklak at pagpuputulin at ibyahe papuntang Dimasalang. Preferably roses, hane? (I don't even know if they do this early in the morning or early evening). Hayan, romantic sa dami ng bulaklak. Hindi ka pa magro-rosy cheeks sa init. Kaya nga lang,  I heard na curiosity killed the cat  :D (kung totoo ang mismis na mismoso kang tunay)

@bjj- is all good. just reminded me of h.s., is all  :hihi:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 14, 2012, 02:51 PM
Parang may nangyari ng ganyan^. Kaya preno, hep, para. Mamaya wala ng matinong mga sagot.
meron? Si vicces? Or Are u talking about Dito sa pmt in general or something else? Mejo nacoconfuse ako sa mga sinasabi mo mare heheh.. Btw, may naging patient ka na ba from here (like sila doc rex at ung eye doctor giving consults and appointments)? Just curious... Ive met some people from here na kasi (around 2008), many of them di na gaanong active ngayon...
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Ganito na lang. Dahil wala naman sa bucket list ko ang BK na meet-up, miko, kung may kakilala kang may-ari ng flower plantation sa LT, date kayo ni misis, third wheel ako na may dalang kape-
ayan may bagong proposal si ff! (look whos reading the thread!) Da little boy blue abot na sa lupa ang nguso sa selos.. Uuyyy magcocomment na yan...hahaha...
 @ff, h.s.?? Teka, still here? sabi mo magclark kayo?

Random thought: speaking of jealousy... i wanna swim with the butandings @ donsol, sorsogon!!! (super inggit with my officemate). Hopefully before the month ends..
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Post by: vicces on Apr 14, 2012, 03:14 PM
agree yun jumi....

kubeta moment ko ang 9gag.com lol
i have that app but havent tried it yet.. Ano b ginagawa jan GS?
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 14, 2012, 07:45 PM
wow! vicces your actually ignoring the conversation.

Mas be hard for you, now that miko is in the picture.
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Post by: freefront on Apr 15, 2012, 12:06 AM
meron? Si vicces? Or Are u talking about Dito sa pmt in general or something else? Mejo nacoconfuse ako sa mga sinasabi mo mare heheh.. Btw, may naging patient ka na ba from here (like sila doc rex at ung eye doctor giving consults and appointments)? Just curious... Ive met some people from here na kasi (around 2008)

You haven't seen me banging my head against a wall, ever, in here? Sometimes, a conversation just goes into places you don't expect it to go. In general, too, and something else  :D
 As to being confused, i already am, been for a very long time kaya nasali ka na.
No, I don't have patients from here.

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@ff, h.s.?? Teka, still here? sabi mo magclark kayo?

^high school---may sutil talaga na magaling manukso.
And we left right after that post. Naabutan pa namin yung last 5 laps ng organized race. A Subaro won. It's da boys with their toys being in their best behavior. Hang hingay at hang hinit!!! With a lot of GFs in tiny shorts and promo girls in tinier shorts and a lot of da pogi cars. Syempre pa, ang sister was arguing with a driver which one to establish first: the drag strip or the inside track with its hairpin turns. I'm of the opinion that a drag strip should be built first para sa premium cars muna. Then add the inside circuit when they get their sponsors. ( Natawa ako sa pinakamaraming bilboard doon- Prudential Life Guarantee) Basta ako, I added another item on the bucket list---the drag strip, one time. I'll be happy to run that almost 1 km. of asphalt even just once (nakakasuka yung hairpin turns and we weren't even running at racing speed. Nag-familiarize lang sa structure). Sana they will stable a ferrari for rent pag nagawa na yung paddocks nila.

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Random thought: speaking of jealousy... i wanna swim with the butandings @ donsol, sorsogon!!! (super inggit with my officemate). Hopefully before the month ends..

Natawa din ako doon sa inggit style ng isang spectator. Naunang pumasok sa track yung red na ferrari after the awarding ceremonies ( hindi sumali si red). Sabi nung da boy nung lumipad yung sasakyan: Pweh! Hampas-lupa! Pobre!  Hindi man lang nya afford maglagay ng plaka sa harapan ng kotse nya!  :rofl:
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Post by: vicces on Apr 15, 2012, 02:25 PM
wow! vicces your actually ignoring the conversation.

Mas be hard for you, now that miko is in the picture.
Nah, im letting it slide

Besides, if single 30-40 something yr old women incessantly gossip about me online, you can just imagine how much more time they spend thinking about me Offline, while they lay alone in bed, in the dark cold night, wearing those smooth silky nighties. Alam na!

Kaya ayan, if they are making chismis about me, sige lang.

Btw, i am completely against love triangle, it goes against my morals and catholic upbringing.  On the other hand, im open to a menage a trois, in the spirit of spontaneity. @bjj, @ff PM me for details.

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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 15, 2012, 05:21 PM
Btw, i am completely against love triangle, it goes against my morals and catholic upbringing.  On the other hand, im open to a menage a trois, in the spirit of spontaneity. @bjj, @ff PM me for details.

I don't think this will offend you, as it is not a love triangle but rather a love square, don't forget the dog.
Its were threesome meets lesbians meets beasties.
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 16, 2012, 09:40 AM
Nah, im letting it slide

Besides, if single 30-40 something yr old women incessantly gossip about me online, you can just imagine how much more time they spend thinking about me Offline, while they lay alone in bed, in the dark cold night, wearing those smooth silky nighties. Alam na!

Kaya ayan, if they are making chismis about me, sige lang.

Btw, i am completely against love triangle, it goes against my morals and catholic upbringing.  On the other hand, im open to a menage a trois, in the spirit of spontaneity. @bjj, @ff PM me for details.

ayan na si comeback kid... :hihi:

grabe idamay daw ba ako. vicces, i was "lawyering" for you na nga e!

anyway as i said before, your too neurotic for my taste. but that doestn mean its a bad thing ha... only the likes of ff has the fortitude and sensibilities to keep up with you and even beat you in your own game (and make you suffer for it), hahaha. if i join you guys, ako lang maging referee siguro, a plain spectator or audience. let me know when that's going to happen. :D




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@ff, nahilo ako sa pinagusapan mong drag racing cars and the whole shebang :hihi: im a dummy on anything involving cars...

You haven't seen me banging my head against a wall, ever, in here? Sometimes, a conversation just goes into places you don't expect it to go . In general, too, and something else  :D
 As to being confused, i already am, been for a very long time kaya nasali ka na.
No, I don't have patients from here.  
Ooohhhh, jjuuuuiiccccyyy!!! care to share some links to those conversations (or PM ba yan?)? Spill! Spill!! Spill!!!

^saka, confused ba yan na "ano na nga pinaguusapan natin?" (which i always say pag nagkulitan na kayo), or confused na "this guy is getting on my nerves! pero bakit naaaliw ako?" hahaha. Yihee!

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^high school---may sutil talaga na magaling manukso.
binabagayan ko lang kayo, parang high school lang din naman kayo magbangayan at magtampuhan ni vector e. :D
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Post by: vicces on Apr 16, 2012, 01:43 PM
I don't think this will offend you, as it is not a love triangle but rather a love square, don't forget the dog.
Its were threesome meets lesbians meets beasties.

foursome is not a good idea archcavalier. Subcoupling/factions may be formed. Worst case scenario, the girls get to live and play out their fantasies and i end up with the dogs.

@bjj, "lawyering" -- youre doing an awful job.. And sorry but my inbox has been flooded by ff, will let u know once i freed up some space.   I apologize for the inconvenience.
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Post by: freefront on Apr 17, 2012, 01:12 AM
Nah, im letting it slide
very funny!  :duh:
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Besides, if single 30-40 something yr old women incessantly gossip about me online
>must be talking about you, bjj.
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you can just imagine how much more time they spend thinking about me Offline, while they lay alone in bed, in the dark cold night, wearing those smooth silky nighties. Alam na!


>post a picture, why don't you? Because all I can muster for kalbo is bembol Rocco( homaygad, bjj! That is one tough looking hombre. Five SM salesladies were making kilig near him, I give him a smile that said, " you poor baby" and he smiled back at me!) back to vectorgator---and then I'll probably give you a version of how valiantly you defended your pure-as-driven-snow- catholic boy honor, modesty and dignity  :evil: And IMO, silky nighties are considered lethal weapons for not the obvious reasons. They can strangle the person wearing them in their sleep (be it a guy or a gel) or they can be used to strangle you.

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ayan na si comeback kid... :hihi:

grabe idamay daw ba ako. vicces, i was "lawyering" for you na nga e!

anyway as i said before, your too neurotic for my taste. but that doestn mean its a bad thing ha... only the likes of ff has the fortitude and sensibilities to keep up with you and even beat you in your own game (and make you suffer for it), hahaha. if i join you guys, ako lang maging referee siguro, a plain spectator or audience. let me know when that's going to happen. :D

Pinaiinit nyo ulo ko!   :hihi: I am an old woman. About 70 logically( or whatever metric they use to measure how old the way you are in terms of how you think or whatever nonsense you have in your coconut). There is no winning against vector, so there is no keeping up or beating him. One just lets him shoot his mouth off.

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@ff, nahilo ako sa pinagusapan mong drag racing cars and the whole shebang :hihi: im a dummy on anything involving cars...

 Heto na lang para sayo--- wala akong nakita na overtly gay guy doon, o maski pumilantik ang daliri, o nag-dab ng panyo sa kilay o napa-exclaim ng "ay! Oh My God!" na male entity. In short, a race track might be the last bastion of masculinity not invaded by gay guys, yet. At dahil sobrang init doon ( the 5:00 p.m. sun felt like 3:00 p.m.), if you bring any kind or form of beer swimming in a cooler full of ice---honey, you will be a total goddess in that place. Beer is refreshment for parched throat, not something to get drunk with. Lahat sila, kung hindi sunog, mapupula sila sa tama ng araw. I've got 2 stripes of pale skin where my watch and bangle rested on my wrists and I wasn't even exposed for ten minutes. PD: I was getting my fill of cars. Those who can't have 'em, will ogle 'em.  :D BTW- 2nd Philippine Endurance Cup sa Batangas Racing Circuit, first week of Dec. #the driver of the Nissan white GTR is an assh*le who was weaving in 4 lanes of traffic at 8:30 pm traffic in nlex

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Ooohhhh, jjuuuuiiccccyyy!!! care to share some links to those conversations (or PM ba yan?)? Spill! Spill!! Spill!!!

Just follow this thread.

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^saka, confused ba yan na "ano na nga pinaguusapan natin?" (which i always say pag nagkulitan na kayo), or confused na "this guy is getting on my nerves! pero bakit naaaliw ako?" hahaha. Yihee!

As in, if vector'gator can articulate in 3 sentences what this is all about without him sprouting hemorroids( or any kind of hemorraghic accident), in such a way that nobody brings him over to the Court of Appeals for further interpretation of his statements because there is no wriggle room, at all, at all. And all the Supreme Court judges will wipe the floor of their chamber with his person because he dared to apply clarity, brevity and simplicity in all 3 sentences when such audacity was never attempted before.  ^That is a tall order and not gonna happen.

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binabagayan ko lang kayo, parang high school lang din naman kayo magbangayan at magtampuhan ni vector e. :D

We try to get each other's goat, but I can't make tampo with a person I don't know. Hey!!! You are actually calling me immature!  :D

@bjj, "lawyering" -- youre doing an awful job.. And sorry but my inbox has been flooded by ff, will let u know once i freed up some space.   I apologize for the inconvenience----> so funny  :hihi: #'cuse me. Will check on sis with flu.
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Post by: jenxent on Apr 17, 2012, 11:07 AM
buhay na buhay tong thread na to ha..good day pipz... :b_beer: sarap magkape sa tangahali :hihi:
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 17, 2012, 06:53 PM
the hot topic is going to die soon, as no one is willing to rebate ff on her really long post.
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 18, 2012, 09:30 AM
>post a picture, why don't you? Because all I can muster for kalbo is bembol Rocco( homaygad, bjj! That is one tough looking hombre.  
oohh, bembol is like my only major crush from the 70's era, lalo na after i saw "maynila sa kuko ng liwanag". may buhok pa sya dun (or wig ba yun?), and i thought was 'matipuno', and he's got perfect facial features - from eyes to lips, and the nose too!

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I am an old woman.
old is relative, inday, lalo with the technology we have... :D

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There is no winning against vector, so there is no keeping up or beating him. One just lets him shoot his mouth off.
really? I thought you’re on the upper hand, so far.

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As in, if vector'gator can articulate in 3 sentences what this is all about without him sprouting hemorroids( or any kind of hemorraghic accident), in such a way that nobody brings him over to the Court of Appeals for further interpretation of his statements because there is no wriggle room, at all, at all. And all the Supreme Court judges will wipe the floor of their chamber with his person because he dared to apply clarity, brevity and simplicity in all 3 sentences when such audacity was never attempted before.  ^That is a tall order and not gonna happen.

ito na yung sinasabi kong “ano na nga ba pinaguusapan natin?” confusion. :scratch:

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We try to get each other's goat, but I can't make tampo with a person I don't know. Hey!!! You are actually calling me immature!  :D
are you saying immature si vector? E bakit nga ba kasi hindi mo pa sya pagbigyan so you get to know him na at tumigil na rin sa pagnguyngoy yung isa. kung ayaw nyo ng EB, ang solusyon dyan, WEBCAM!
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 18, 2012, 09:56 AM
^ O ayan, vicces (aka vector), alam mo na ang dapat mong gawin: instead of an avatar, post a photo. Dare?  :D
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Post by: vicces on Apr 18, 2012, 10:22 AM
Ano ko bale?! E di dumoble ang dami ng stalkers at fans ko!!!

Saka di yata ako photogenic. Even wide-angle DSLRs cant do justice to this fezzz... :rofl: saka dont believe anymore sa mga pics posted as avatars, most likely di sila yun.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 18, 2012, 10:24 AM
oohh, bembol is like my only major crush from the 70's era, lalo na after i saw "maynila sa kuko ng liwanag". may buhok pa sya dun (or wig ba yun?), and i thought was 'matipuno', and he's got perfect facial features - from eyes to lips, and the nose too!

careful,napaghahalta ang edad...:hihi: :hihi:

bkit di nalang kayo mag add add nlng sa fb ng kaht d nag meet e mkita nyo na isat isa..

or better yet,bkit di nalng TAYO LAHAT mag frendships s fb  :hihi:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 18, 2012, 10:42 AM
oy grabe ka miko, pinanood ko yung movie na yun ni bembol sa isang lino brocka tribute filmfest sa university.. Late '90s na yun noh.

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random news: Warren Buffett diagnosed with prostate cancer...
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Post by: bauer on Apr 18, 2012, 10:55 AM
careful,napaghahalta ang edad...:hihi: :hihi:
 

It is not a smart move to mentioned anything about AGE to any woman.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 18, 2012, 10:59 AM
 :sorry: :sorry:

nalilito na kasi ako sino ang woman at man dito  :p
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Post by: alone on Apr 18, 2012, 11:04 AM
^^ ako din po.. kaya di ako makapag address kasi di ko alam kung sino ang mam at sir.. :)

pasingit lang..
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 18, 2012, 10:47 PM
oohh, bembol is like my only major crush from the 70's era, lalo na after i saw "maynila sa kuko ng liwanag". may buhok pa sya dun (or wig ba yun?), and i thought was 'matipuno', and he's got perfect facial features - from eyes to lips, and the nose too!

Whos bembol? the only bembol I know was that guy who I believed married mahal and at some point was a basketball player.
The stupid looking one.

It is not a smart move to mentioned anything about AGE to any woman.

I believed early 30's...


C Sir Miko... sakto? sakto? sakto? Coke sakto, 5 pesos only.
Their is still a sakto, ryt?
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Post by: freefront on Apr 19, 2012, 04:03 AM
oohh, bembol is like my only major crush from the 70's era, lalo na after i saw "maynila sa kuko ng liwanag". may buhok pa sya dun (or wig ba yun?), and i thought was 'matipuno', and he's got perfect facial features - from eyes to lips, and the nose too!

Bembol wore wig in that film, as he said in one interview.

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ito na yung sinasabi kong “ano na nga ba pinaguusapan natin?” confusion. :scratch:

Exactly.

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are you saying immature si vector? E bakit nga ba kasi hindi mo pa sya pagbigyan so you get to know him na at tumigil na rin sa pagnguyngoy yung isa.

^lawyer  ka nga!  :D :D





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Ano ko bale?! E di dumoble ang dami ng stalkers at fans ko!!!

Saka di yata ako photogenic. Even wide-angle DSLRs cant do justice to this fezzz... :rofl: saka dont believe anymore sa mga pics posted as avatars, most likely di sila yun.


^Disappointing naman yan! Akala ko pa naman post si vicces ng link sa youtube ng Making Love out of Nothing Aat All ng Air Supply. O kaya sabihin na baka kulamin ko sya. O kaya "I don't take pictures of myself. There are other awesome wonders of nature that should be seen".



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Post by: vicces on Apr 19, 2012, 09:37 AM
^lawyer  ka nga!  :D :D
... and doin a lousy job. Wala man lang mapigang matinong sagot sayo!

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^Disappointing naman yan! Akala ko pa naman post si vicces ng link sa youtube ngMaking Love out of Nothing Aat All ng Air Supply.
if im going to cover a song, Yun namang nasa current playlist like Boyfriend ni justin beebs or Someone like you ni adele.Basta ang kapalit si ff gagawa din ng vid ng vogue ni madonna. #doubledare

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O kaya sabihin na baka kulamin ko sya. O kaya "I don't take pictures of myself. There are other awesome wonders of nature that should be seen".

Pwede naman ako magpost ng whole body 1x1 pic.
Awesome wonders of nature--> i do take pics of certain body parts, yun gusto mo?! :watchuthink:

Eto na lang. Last time i was at CWC 2 girls and their pesteng bading friend came up to me pagkaahon ko sa lake:
Girl: kuya kanina nung nasa tubig ka para kang si derek ramsay.
(me blushing)
Bading: Pero ngayon kaharap ka na namin, derek nga.. Derek Paulate!
:rofl: :rofl:

Ayun, last i heard that kid ACCIDENTALLY drowned that day.  :rakenrol:
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Post by: freefront on Apr 19, 2012, 11:08 AM
... and doin a lousy job. Wala man lang mapigang matinong sagot sayo!

Hi, pot pie  :hello: :hihi:
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if im going to cover a song, Yun namang nasa current playlist like Boyfriend ni justin beebs or Someone like you ni adele.Basta ang kapalit si ff gagawa din ng vid ng vogue ni madonna. #doubledare

^proof that vicces is a PYT  :hihi: Any takers?

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Pwede naman ako magpost ng whole body 1x1 pic.
Awesome wonders of nature--> i do take pics of certain body parts, yun gusto mo?! :watchuthink:

Eto na lang. Last time i was at CWC 2 girls and their pesteng bading friend came up to me pagkaahon ko sa lake:
Girl: kuya kanina nung nasa tubig ka para kang si derek ramsay.
(me blushing)
Bading: Pero ngayon kaharap ka na namin, derek nga.. Derek Paulate!
:rofl: :rofl:

Sya,sya... huminahon ka na. You are pretty and you know I don't go for pretty. Breathe in, breathe out...again.... (uhhh, prettybaby, what is with the rash of stress-related maladies) breathe... teka pala...do you habitually sit on your wallet when you drive or work at your desk? Try stashing that thing in your drawer or your glove comp.--->TMD related stuff.
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Post by: vicces on Apr 19, 2012, 12:42 PM
Sya,sya... huminahon ka na. You are pretty and you know I don't go for pretty. Breathe in, breathe out...again.... (uhhh, prettybaby, what is with the rash of stress-related maladies
Hindi, baliktad. Alam mo kasing pretty ako kaya sinasabi mo ngayon you dont go for pretty. :D

Stress-related maladies, where? Haha sorry about that. Idagdag ko pa, wokeup early todqy (as in 2am) and di na nakatulog until 15mins na lang natira before my alarm clock snoozed. Tapos teribleng trapik pa, tapos tambak na papeles dadatnan mo, tokwa. I wanna kill myself na, seriously.
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breathe... teka pala...do you habitually sit on your wallet when you drive or work at your desk? Try stashing that thing in your drawer or your glove comp.--->TMD related stuff.
So sweet of you baby. Wallet under my pwet may effect din? E pano naman pag binulsa ko sa harapan, sabihin may umuumbok...

I will be undergoing the tests soon, like this weekend soon. Di na kita mahintay e. :D loko lang (i mean joke yung the hindi na kita mahintay part, not the test part; nahihilo na naman si bjj sa atin)... I committed the mistake of mentioning vertigo and numb hand/fingers to my mother last week tapos the other night nag-guilt trip na. she went knocking on my door saying "di ako makatulog anak, kailan mo ba sisimulan pagpapagamot mo?" Lol, natakot yata na mababaldado nako. Kaya sige na nga.



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Pero tEka, bakit si miko kahit PYTT (prettier younger taken thing) gusto mo pa din makita? Its umpeyr! (naniningkit ang mata at tumitingin sa kawalan)...
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Post by: bauer on Apr 19, 2012, 02:16 PM
I committed the mistake of mentioning vertigo and numb hand/fingers to my mother last week tapos the other night nag-guilt trip na. 

vertigo has something to do with the food that you splurge which was not accepted by your body. i have a friend, nag splurge sa favorite snack nya then after a few hours she experience a 'vertigo effect'.  when she consulted a specialist, yun ang findings. tama naman according to her.
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 19, 2012, 02:49 PM
haysooss yung 2 dinedma ang webcam ko at fb proposal ni miko...

at sila lang 2 na naman ang nagkaintindihan… @vicces gudlak na lang kung anuman yang tests mo i hope hindi serious yang mga symptoms mo...

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^lawyer ka nga!
.. and doin a lousy job. Wala man lang mapigang matinong sagot sayo!

i apologize Justice vicces, hindi ko mapa-amin si ff, wala naman kasi akong experience sa custodial investigation. :hihi: that's all i can say about that.

PD: si elevator guy, yun ang lawyer.  :watchuthink:
PD2: si elevator guy nagbigay din ng fb account. inadd ko sya the same day, pero walang confirmation from him. the next day, sabi ko inadd ko na sya pero hindi sya nagcoconfirm. tapos sabi, ay mali yata yung binigay kong email... nagbigay ng panibagong account, yun daw ang updated na account. e baket 2 ang fb account, bahkeet??? 1 nga lang di ko pa mamaintain noh...sa loob-loob ko: so nagbigay sya ng safe fb account para pag-add ko sa kanya at nung naview nya profile ko, walang nega syang nakita, saka nya bibigay yung totoong fb account nya (or inayos/nilinis nya muna)..

Lawyer. Sneaky. Dirtbag. <<< (yan siguro ang thumbs up sayo vicces?)



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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 19, 2012, 02:57 PM
Pero tEka, bakit si miko kahit PYTT (prettier younger taken thing) gusto mo pa din makita? Its umpeyr! (naniningkit ang mata at tumitingin sa kawalan)...

tingin kasi nila sakin harmless  (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-devil02.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php)


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uu nga,fb proposal dinedma...sino gusto mag add sakn?  :hihi: :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 19, 2012, 03:16 PM
vertigo has something to do with the food that you splurge which was not accepted by your body. i have a friend, nag splurge sa favorite snack nya then after a few hours she experience a 'vertigo effect'.  when she consulted a specialist, yun ang findings. tama naman according to her

Thanks bauer. May nagsabi din sa akin vertigo is a symptom or a sickness itself. Wala naman akong eating binge or splurging the past weeks (nagcleansing diet sabay fasting pa nga ako nung holy week).. The TMD thing ff and i were talking about e matagal ng suspicion pero di ko lang sineseryoso para magconsult sa specialist, im not even bothering to read up on it, come and go naman din yung symptoms at pain relievers lang ang katapat.. Pero dahil isa isa na naglalabasan or naaaggravate ibang symptoms na nararamdaman ko e nagpaappointment na ko finally...

Anyway... Back to elevator guy ni bjj, mas interesting...

 
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tingin kasi nila sa akin harmless
To all girls, pag may nagsabing "im harmless" o kaya "trust me", magduda na kayo. :hihi:
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 19, 2012, 06:11 PM
PD: si elevator guy, yun ang lawyer.  :watchuthink:
PD2: si elevator guy nagbigay din ng fb account. inadd ko sya the same day, pero walang confirmation from him. the next day, sabi ko inadd ko na sya pero hindi sya nagcoconfirm. tapos sabi, ay mali yata yung binigay kong email... nagbigay ng panibagong account, yun daw ang updated na account. e baket 2 ang fb account, bahkeet??? 1 nga lang di ko pa mamaintain noh...sa loob-loob ko: so nagbigay sya ng safe fb account para pag-add ko sa kanya at nung naview nya profile ko, walang nega syang nakita, saka nya bibigay yung totoong fb account nya (or inayos/nilinis nya muna)..

After all, lawyers are the best liers.

It it was me, ill be checking on your dirt and photos. Id like to see if you have a pic in a bikini.
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Post by: rds on Apr 19, 2012, 06:33 PM
ganito talaga magchismisan ang mga rich and elite...the topic is not about money at all...it's about uh, eh, something that only them can understand!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: ferrariEverest on Apr 19, 2012, 06:36 PM
uu nga,fb proposal dinedma...sino gusto mag add sakn?  :hihi: :hihi:
halika Miko, add kita sa friendster  :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 19, 2012, 06:49 PM
ganito talaga magchismisan ang mga rich and elite...the topic is not about money at all...it's about uh, eh, something that only them can understand!

Are you talking about vicces and ff post, Sir?
Because honestly their are the only once that understand each other.
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Post by: rds on Apr 19, 2012, 07:02 PM
sort of...MU?
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Post by: Sniper18 on Apr 19, 2012, 10:04 PM
--Sir, kanino or saang thread po ako pwedeng magtanong about sa mga katanungan ko tungkol sa Social Security System (SSS)..?
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Post by: sicalsem on Apr 20, 2012, 04:58 AM

Try mo Facebook account ng SSS http://www.facebook.com/SSSPh. They reply to queries from members.
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Post by: freefront on Apr 20, 2012, 07:43 AM
Hindi, baliktad. Alam mo kasing pretty ako kaya sinasabi mo ngayon you dont go for pretty. :D

One of the professional hazards I encounter are well-meaning patients of various nationalities that would volunteer to introduce men they know kasi nga, they arrive every year or every 2 years and they always ask the question "nag-asawa ka na?" I swear, a Swiss couple brought 3 photos of men they know who are looking for wives. My comment? I'm not gonna go out with a guy who's prettier than me!  :D :D

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Stress-related maladies, where? Haha sorry about that. Idagdag ko pa, wokeup early todqy (as in 2am) and di na nakatulog until 15mins na lang natira before my alarm clock snoozed. Tapos teribleng trapik pa, tapos tambak na papeles dadatnan mo, tokwa. I wanna kill myself na, seriously.

Heartburn, ill-temper (  :-* shush, partly kidding), etc... You are one of those annoying people who can function normally with so little sleep? Oooohh...I hate you now. Stuffit with the kill myself thing. What good would that do to anybody? And If you did, I'd find you, come over to where you are, and double-kill you myself. Remember, I don't bluff either. Hey, I've got something that you can chew on. Wait downstairs.

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So sweet of you baby. Wallet under my pwet may effect din? E pano naman pag binulsa ko sa harapan, sabihin may umuumbok...

Yep. The other cheek gets elevated with your wallet and then, the contra-lateral muscles will over-compensate. That will create a tension that will travel from the small of your back, to your spine, up your neck, voila---headache! As to the umbok, if it gets to a point where you feel like making umbag the gay guy who is staring at your front--- buy a front-pleated pair of slacks.

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I will be undergoing the tests soon, like this weekend soon. Di na kita mahintay e. :D loko lang (i mean joke yung the hindi na kita mahintay part, not the test part; nahihilo na naman si bjj sa atin)... I committed the mistake of mentioning vertigo and numb hand/fingers to my mother last week tapos the other night nag-guilt trip na. she went knocking on my door saying "di ako makatulog anak, kailan mo ba sisimulan pagpapagamot mo?" Lol, natakot yata na mababaldado nako. Kaya sige na nga.

If you read up on TMD extensively, you'd know that vertigo (sometimes as an effect of the head of the condyle-part of your lower jaw bone-pressing on your inner ear structures kasi nga the parts that should be staying/working where they should be, are displaced due to factors like decreased/increased vertical dimension. So keep an open mind when you go for consultation). And mostly, numbness presents itself dahil strong muscular spasms (muscles moving your lower jaw are very strong) will create a domino effect and cause muscular spasms on other parts of your body which in turn will pinch some nerves. Patients sometimes report nerve-wracking experience of heart-attack-like symptoms.

Research on the Lateral pterygoid muscles. I tried dry-needling it(just locating it, and pricking it with a needle---no medicine no nothing). The rationale being, a muscle in a state of spasm will only relax when a stonger stimulus is introduced to it. Parang leg-cramps. What do you usually do? Press your thumb so hard that you feel pain greater than the cramp itself, then the leg muscles relax. Instant relief.

As to waiting for me, it's not a good idea. The treatment/management of TMD requires your full cooperation. The most terrible case I handled ( businessman- goes to bed with a headache, wakes up with a headache and exhibited an impressive array of symptoms so bad, he dare not take a wife because he thinks no woman can put up with what he is going through. He went thru' everything---as far as nagpatawas, but stopped short of seeing a psychiatrist because he knows he is not crazy. Medically- doctors won't allow him to have MRI because his CAT-SCAN is clean). This gentleman had to report to me everyday for dry-needling for about 2 weeks. Dahil the permanent  splint he had to wear (like I said, human beings suck at compliance), that thing had to be installed for the duration of the treatment. Also, a few minutes na wala yung splint sa mouth nya, will again induce a headache. Nung nawala yung regular headache, he had to wear braces again to correct his bite because it is crazy to wear a splint for the remainder of your natural life. See that^? You have to be with a dentist who trained extensively ( I only underwent preceptorship. Wala pang M.S. sa ortho./TMD discipline dito sa Pinas dati). And I only took on that patient dahil I referred him out but he didn't want to go anywhere but my clinic. Nagpa-attorney pa sa mother nya. Pinag-aral pa ako ulit  :mad: It requires a lot of your time and patience, might as well find somebody near you. The reward to all these inconveniences? Freedom from pain.

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Pero tEka, bakit si miko kahit PYTT (prettier younger taken thing) gusto mo pa din makita? Its umpeyr! (naniningkit ang mata at tumitingin sa kawalan)...

It's not going to happen  :hihi: That guy is so licked by the 3 girls in his life. Besides, I will lose all respect I have for that guy if he took up the offer. I have this much >< regard for very married men who play.

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haysooss yung 2 dinedma ang webcam ko at fb proposal ni miko...

technologically challenged ang lola mo. I only use fb to catch up on the family group. Can't even post photos.

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at sila lang 2 na naman ang nagkaintindihan…

We share a bad-tempered history  :evil: :rofl:

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PD: si elevator guy, yun ang lawyer.  :watchuthink:
PD2: si elevator guy nagbigay din ng fb account. inadd ko sya the same day, pero walang confirmation from him. the next day, sabi ko inadd ko na sya pero hindi sya nagcoconfirm. tapos sabi, ay mali yata yung binigay kong email... nagbigay ng panibagong account, yun daw ang updated na account. e baket 2 ang fb account, bahkeet??? 1 nga lang di ko pa mamaintain noh...sa loob-loob ko: so nagbigay sya ng safe fb account para pag-add ko sa kanya at nung naview nya profile ko, walang nega syang nakita, saka nya bibigay yung totoong fb account nya (or inayos/nilinis nya muna)..

Lawyer. Sneaky. Dirtbag.

Sleazy.






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halika Miko, add kita sa friendster  :D

Asus!!! Magsa-sanitize pa kayo ng pages nyo.

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ganito talaga magchismisan ang mga rich and elite...the topic is not about money at all...it's about uh, eh, something that only them can understand!

Naman rds!!! Ibig mong sabihin, we have been yakking it up forever and there is not an insight, not even a small one, na natisod galing sa amin? Tsaka it all comes back to money. You get sick, you can't make money. Rather, you spend it. Di ba??? (Pumayag ka na, kundi, hindi na ako gagawa ng kilometric na posts  :D)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 20, 2012, 09:32 AM
panalo ang usapan here rds! (but will take lots and lots of backreads and connecting of dots)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 20, 2012, 09:36 AM
I'm not gonna go out with a guy who's prettier than me!  :D :D
So paninindigan mo ang pagiging superficial mo? Then you’re no better than those who dismiss/shoo away ugly people like they are pests. 2sides of the same coin—like them you discriminate based on looks, good or bad.

Tapos parang may air of superiority pa, kasi the one thing that majority of the population puts high premium on (ie, good looks) becomes a liability if ff is part of the judging panel (im stripping you off your position sa screening committee, walang makakapasok na hipon e!). At least ako, I discriminate against smokers/smoking –which is scientifically proven and universally accepted as a bad habit. I don’t wanna date someone whose slowly killing herself, idadamay pa ako with the 2nd hand smoke. O ha! Am I killing this argument or what?! bangenge pa ako nyan.
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Heartburn, ill-temper (  :-* shush, partly kidding), etc... You are one of those annoying
people who can function normally with so little sleep? Oooohh...I hate you now. Stuffit with the kill myself thing. What good would that do to anybody? And If you did, I'd find you, come over to where you are, and double-kill you myself. Remember, I don't bluff either. Hey, I've got something that you can chew on. Wait downstairs.
Masakit e. To be hurting on both emotional and physical level (umi-emo na naman lol)…
Double kill me? Don’t worry, that’s an impossible crime (killing a person whos already dead; scoffing the dead lang maging crime mo).
Something to chew on and wait downstairs… didn’t get that, but if it involves “eating” and “down there” – then Im with yah. :rofl:

^as to the whole TMD situation, thanks so much sa lahat ng tips and sermon. :D if I can give you all my earned rep votes, I will, just to let you know how much you’ve just freaked me out right now. If the mother reads all that^, nako baka mag-ipon na ng biskwit at kape. And the father suddenly natutong magtext. Lol. but, yeah it has to be done…
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technologically challenged ang lola mo. I only use fb to catch up on the family group. Can't even post photos.
para lang nahuli ng MMDA, tapos ang palusot, “manganganak na ako sir!”, e mas malaki pa yung tyan nung traffic enforcer…

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sort of… MU!
Sinabi ko na yan unang buwan ko pa lang yata dito. Hanggang ngayon, isa syang misteryo… para lang “ano ang nasa dakong paroon?” (if you understood that reference, e it means di ka na kasama sa mga tutoy at neneng sa demographics dito)…
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 20, 2012, 09:51 AM
So paninindigan mo ang pagiging superficial mo? Then you’re no better
than those who dismiss/shoo away ugly people like they are pests. 2
sides of the same coin—like them you discriminate based on looks, good
or bad.

Tapos parang may air of superiority pa, kasi the one thing that
majority of the population puts high premium on (ie, good looks)
becomes a liability if ff is part of the judging panel (im stripping
you off your position sa screening committee, walang makakapasok na
hipon e!). At least ako, I discriminate against smokers/smoking –
which is scientifically proven and universally accepted as a bad
habit. I don’t wanna date someone whose slowly killing herself,
idadamay pa ako with the 2nd hand smoke. O ha! Am I killing this
argument or what?! bangenge pa ako nyan.
Masakit e. To be hurting on both emotional and physical level
(umi-emo na naman lol)…
Double kill me? Don’t worry, that’s an impossible crime (killing a
person whos already dead; scoffing of the dead lang maging crime mo).

Something to chew on and wait downstairs… didn’t get that, but if it
involves “eating” and “down there” – then Im with yah. :rofl:

^as to the whole TMD situation, thanks so much sa lahat ng tips and
sermon. :D if I can give you all my earned rep votes, I will, just to
let you know how much you’ve just freaked me out right now. If the
mother reads all that^, nako baka mag-ipon na ng biskwit at kape. And
the father suddenly natutong magtext. Lol. Yeah, but it has to be
done…
 
in short, gusto magpa-alaga ni vicces kay ff...

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halika Miko, add kita sa friendster  :D
somebody told me "patay" na ang friendster... meaning di na sya online?

diba may facebook and twitter sharing threads dito? nagpost na ba kayo dun?
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Post by: vicces on Apr 20, 2012, 10:15 AM
-^not sure if patay or offline na ang friendster, nakalimutan ko na pasword ko jan kaya di na ko nagawi. Baka patay meaning, wala na kasing gumagamit (jeje ka naman masyado kung active ka pa sa friendster)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 21, 2012, 09:26 AM
So paninindigan mo ang pagiging superficial mo? Then you’re no better than those who dismiss/shoo away ugly people like they are pests. 2sides of the same coin—like them you discriminate based on looks, good or bad.
Isa.
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Tapos parang may air of superiority pa, kasi the one thing that majority of the population puts high premium on (ie, good looks) becomes a liability if ff is part of the judging panel (im stripping you off your position sa screening committee, walang makakapasok na hipon e!). At least ako, I discriminate against smokers/smoking –which is scientifically proven and universally accepted as a bad habit. I don’t wanna date someone whose slowly killing herself, idadamay pa ako with the 2nd hand smoke. O ha! Am I killing this argument or what?! bangenge pa ako nyan.

Pangalawa.
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Masakit e. To be hurting on both emotional and physical level (umi-emo na naman lol)…
Double kill me? Don’t worry, that’s an impossible crime (killing a person whos already dead; scoffing the dead lang maging crime mo).
Something to chew on and wait downstairs… didn’t get that, but if it involves “eating” and “down there” – then Im with yah. :rofl:
Pangatlo.
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^as to the whole TMD situation, thanks so much sa lahat ng tips and sermon. :D if I can give you all my earned rep votes, I will, just to let you know how much you’ve just freaked me out right now. If the mother reads all that^, nako baka mag-ipon na ng biskwit at kape. And the father suddenly natutong magtext. Lol. but, yeah it has to be done…
Pang-apat.
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para lang nahuli ng MMDA, tapos ang palusot, “manganganak na ako sir!”, e mas malaki pa yung tyan nung traffic enforcer…
Pang-lima.
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Sinabi ko na yan unang buwan ko pa lang yata dito. Hanggang ngayon, isa syang misteryo… para lang “ano ang nasa dakong paroon?” (if you understood that reference, e it means di ka na kasama sa mga tutoy at neneng sa demographics dito)…
Pang-anim.

@ vicces---Tell your GF  to log-out ( da 'el did she manage to worm your password out of you?) because we, the steamed and dignifried pmt posters participating in this thread, will only allow one girl to post acidic, sarcastic, raunchy and bitchy comments here. And that girl would be you.

In case you wrote all that, know that you just showed in that piece above^, all that i dislike in a conversation that goes awry.This is where I'm coming from: I've had a tendre' (in case you feel you need to take a swipe at my choice of word there, I'd rather not use the other word in case another meaning gets attributed to it again) for the personality in this board called vicces. That is nobody's business but mine. You can take care of yours. And please don't play stupid. It's conduct unbecoming and a real insult sa mga tunay na bobo. If I intend to be discriminatory, superficial or be plain freaky, I will make my intentions clear and do it without apologies. I don't need anybody putting words in my mouth. So, in case  the ff and the vicces in this board happen to be in the same space again, pretend you don't see me. I'd really like not to be poor in my old, old age. I'm out. Bye.

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: moto461 on Apr 21, 2012, 01:05 PM
When Love And Hate Collide..
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 23, 2012, 05:40 PM
Hmmm. Eerily quiet on this thread. Where's everybody?
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 23, 2012, 11:36 PM
Hmmm. Eerily quiet on this thread. Where's everybody?

In my opinion, everyone is still thinking of a way to argue with ff...
Im looking forward to vicces argument...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 24, 2012, 10:09 AM
^Papalamig lang, ang init e..
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 24, 2012, 06:16 PM
^really, thats all u have to say for yourself?!?! Ibang klase ka rin ha.

Isa.
Pangalawa.Pangatlo.Pang-apat.Pang-lima.Pang-anim.

@ vicces---Tell your GF  to log-out ( da 'el did she manage to worm your password out of you?) because we, the steamed and dignifried pmt posters participating in this thread, will only allow one girl to post acidic, sarcastic, raunchy and bitchy comments here. And that girl would be you.

In case you wrote all that, know that you just showed in that piece above^, all that i dislike in a conversation that goes awry.This is where I'm coming from: I've had a tendre' (in case you feel you need to take a swipe at my choice of word there, I'd rather not use the other word in case another meaning gets attributed to it again) for the personality in this board called vicces. That is nobody's business but mine. You can take care of yours. And please don't play stupid. It's conduct unbecoming and a real insult sa mga tunay na bobo. If I intend to be discriminatory, superficial or be plain freaky, I will make my intentions clear and do it without apologies. I don't need anybody putting words in my mouth. So, in case  the ff and the vicces in this board happen to be in the same space again, pretend you don't see me. I'd really like not to be poor in my old, old age. I'm out. Bye.

Busted! Sabi na nga it wont fly e kulit…

Anyhoo, I’ve also been waiting for a response on this since yesterday pa, pero bakit parang may umurong ang dila at mga daliri… here are my messages to the 2 above: grabe yung fire/energy sa inyong 2, hindi talaga matatawaran. We need u two to keep this forum exciting lalo pag slow ang market trading, wag lang aabot sa bloody encounter... :cool2:

@ff, r u still there? Taray mo teh! para sa akin ba ang mga patutsada na yan? Funny parang nasa the buzz lang tayo huh, pero tama ka when u said before, pati ako nasali na (and i want out!!!)... if i didnt know better, you sound like a jealous wife up there. and before you make protesta, i say that with no malice intended, just an observation. vicces does bring out the worse in you sometimes, nangpprovoke din kasi (saka parang parehas kayo, nakakatakot pag sumabog). anywya, you don’t know yet whats been happening (hopefully he soon finds the "testicular fortitude" [borrowed that from an inquirer article] to fill you in), kaya hindi kita masisisi sa reaction mong yan. lets just say i made the one mistake that you never ever considered doing. But I assure you, everything that went down that day is just a comedy of errors, basta look really hard and makikita mo yung humor part of it.  :D pero aware din naman tayo that da man-boy up there tends to be on the clumsy and crazy side kaya natawa na lang din ako sa nangyari, until nabasa ko yang reply^ mo sa taas. when the dusk settles, I can even forward stuff to you for your reference. ng magkaalam-alam na. :watchuthink:

Thankfully I’m in a happy place right now, kaya I’m trying really hard to be very zen about ^that incident, at mas lalo pa kay vicces and I suggest the same to you ff for your sanity, kasi talagang nakakaloka. And the GF stuff, wahhh— dyuskupo, patawarin! Yun lang. We are not each others clients naman, walang communication privilege na mavviolate if I squeal... soon.. hints, hints!


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Care to address all ^that vicces? The floor is yours, kahit si archcavalier naghihintay na ng sagot mo o! Seriously, I demand that you do, kung hindi I will and you might not like what I will say, may kasama pang visual aids. I can easily sell you out y’know, but its not my place kaya hinihintay kita magsalita. Pero ayaw ko rin namang masabihan ng “silence means guilt” or maging scapegoat mo. I dare you to speak now, magkakaalaman rin naman sa ayaw mo’t sa gusto, kaya man up naman!

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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 24, 2012, 06:30 PM

Thankfully I’m in a happy place right now

Inside the elevator with you know who??
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 24, 2012, 06:37 PM
Sir miko got ahead a few second from me.

I’m trying really hard to be very zen about ^that incident

Anyway, in the span the door closes and the door opens alot of stuff can happen.
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Post by: moto461 on Apr 24, 2012, 06:41 PM
  :rofl: idol tlga kita sir miko..!  na i konek m0 agad ang elevator thingy.. :hihi:

bumabawi c mam bjj.. 2 days ata wala sya post d2 sa PMT..
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Post by: Keyboardcontrol on Apr 24, 2012, 06:46 PM
anong meron d2? (hirap mag backread...)
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 24, 2012, 06:48 PM
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birds of the same better is the same bird..
  :rofl: :rofl:

gulo kasi ng koreanong amo ko e.ginugulo pag ppmt ko e pmt time ko ngayon..namali tloy  :hihi:




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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 24, 2012, 06:51 PM
anong meron d2? (hirap mag backread...)

Were waiting for the new floor so the elevator can go up...

It helps to back read... Just take the other elevator and go down...

Great minds think alike...or  birds of the same better is the same bird...or something like that..  :hihi:

I think you mean "bird of the same feather flock together".
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Post by: rds on Apr 24, 2012, 07:09 PM
^feathers of the same bird flock together...makigulo na din
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Post by: pocoyo on Apr 24, 2012, 07:15 PM
ang mahalaga importante birds cla pare-pareho  :harhar: :hihi: :hihi:
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 24, 2012, 07:16 PM
^feathers of the same bird flock together...makigulo na din

I think, feather of the same bird is the same bird...
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 24, 2012, 07:17 PM
hinahanap ko yung last post ko na edit ko pla yung huli imbes na qoute.. :hihi:

^yan,naglalbasn n mga mismoso sa pmt.... :hihi:

nawala na tuloy si bjj...shes in happy place pa naman ngayon...
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Post by: moto461 on Apr 24, 2012, 07:21 PM
baka nman c sir Arch at sir Miko..   the same bird nila.. :hihi:   mismoso na tlaga..  :gagged:
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 24, 2012, 07:26 PM
nawala na tuloy si bjj...shes in happy place pa naman ngayon...

Well you know sir Miko.
When some door closes other doors open...  :party: :party: :party:
Like the elevator that goes up and down, whenever the door opens opportunity enters.
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 25, 2012, 11:02 AM
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Thankfully I'm in a happy place right now
Inside the elevator with you know who??
kung ako 0-interest kay elevator guy, kayo naman 100% interest sa kanya, bakit nga ba miko, arch, moto, etc???

@miko pano kita iaadd sa fb di mo naman binigay fb account mo


Random chismis
eto naman si pauleen luna ginaya pa linya ko:
My heart is in a happy place,” Pauleen quipped on “24 Oras,” April 24, after a story conference.

Pauleen radiated an aura of a happy young woman in love. When cajoled about saying more, she just said, “Oh, it’s very happy.”

That, it seems, is just how far Pauleen would go to reveal about her private life, choosing to maintain evasive when queried about her relationship with Vic. (The Manila Bulletin)

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Post by: bauer on Apr 25, 2012, 11:04 AM
My heart is in a happy place,” Pauleen quipped on “24 Oras,” April 24, after a story conference.
 

Inspite the VERY WIDE AGE GAP, HIGH FIVE to Mr. Vic Sotto!
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 25, 2012, 11:10 AM
^Vic Sotto is Vic Sotto... but this one mejo eeky/icky na for me not just because of the age gap, but coz pauleen is not as “classy” as enteng’s other exes.

Well you know sir Miko.
When some door closes other doors open...  :party: :party: :party:
Like the elevator that goes up and down, whenever the door opens opportunity enters.
what can possibly happen inside an elevator that opens every 5 seconds?
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2012, 11:16 AM
Guys and gals: Share ko lang itong link--
http://www.interaksyon.com/article/30190/lourd-de-veyras-graduation-speech-for-up-masscomm-batch-2012

Kaaliw! Also, I'm within "six degrees of separation"  from what he talks about in there. I'm not saying how, though.:-)
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Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 11:48 AM
Also, I'm within "six degrees of separation"  from what he talks about in there. I'm not saying how, though.:-)
ayan meron na tayong ibang mapaguusapan..

Guess paano naging "six degrees of separation" si prospera sa topic or kay lourds de veyra...

Hula ko: UPMasscom grad si prospera at nasa showbiz na ngayon. Tama?
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2012, 12:09 PM
^Hindi masyado, hehe. (UP grad, p'wede!)

Huwag n'yo nang hulaan. Like bjj, I won't ever tell.
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Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 12:23 PM
Ok UP grad pero di mascom..

Ano pa ba pinagusapan ni lourds... Ah, 20yrs ago na rin since gumradweyt ka sa college?!? Wow, mano po mam!  :rofl:

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^feathers of the same bird flock together...makigulo na din
o kaya--
Flock of the same feather, birds together! :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2012, 01:00 PM
^You are such an ageist, vicces. Ayaw ni ff ang ganyan.:-)
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Post by: GoodSteward on Apr 25, 2012, 01:10 PM
Flock of the same feather, birds together! :hihi:

Mali...Dapat...Together they flock, and feather the same bird.....lolololol
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Post by: rds on Apr 25, 2012, 01:17 PM
^You are such an ageist, vicces. Ayaw ni ff ang ganyan.:-)

o ayan @vicces,

- ayaw ni Prospera (and others) ng ageist.
- ayaw din yata ng "feathers".
- baka ayaw din siguro ng "bird".
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Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 01:30 PM
^You are such an ageist, vicces. Ayaw ni ff ang ganyan.:-)
Ageist? Yan ba yung kumanta ng "heto ako, basang basa sa ulan!" saka "ayoko ng mangarap, ayaw ko ng tumingin, ayaw ko ng manalamin nasasaktan ang damdamin"... Lolzzz

 So tama ako yun ang 6 degrees of separation na sinasabi mo? May hula pa akong iba e: 1. Asawa mo si lourds, 2. Taga-ABC5 ka, 3. Ikaw ung sinasabi nyang nakatapak ng tae. :hihi:

Hindi yan magrerreklamo si ff, shes still in the "silent treatment" mode. Baka habambuhay na nga.. :D

@rds, kung ayaw ng birds, e di eggs na lang.. :rakenrol:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 25, 2012, 01:38 PM
si vicces nakakarami na ng posts, aligaga na naman. Parang may tinatabunan na unresolved issue dun sa previous page… ikaw din, baka di ka na talaga kausapin… just sayin'
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2012, 01:47 PM
@bjj: Let's see how long this LQ will last this time.
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Post by: pilyong_husband on Apr 25, 2012, 01:47 PM
Ageist? Yan ba yung kumanta ng "heto ako, basang basa sa ulan!" saka "ayoko ng mangarap, ayaw ko ng tumingin, ayaw ko ng manalamin nasasaktan ang damdamin"... Lolzzz


Vic, ganito daw ata dapat "Ayaw ko ng paharap. Ayaw ko ng patagilid. Ayaw ko ng patagalin. Nasasaktan lang ang akin" :D
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Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 01:54 PM
@bjj: Let's see how long this LQ will last this time.
kahit di ako kausapin nun, alam ko mahal ako nun-- in my universe. #noholdsbarred

si vicces nakakarami na ng posts, aligaga na naman. Parang may tinatabunan na unresolved issue dun sa previous page… ikaw din, baka di ka na talaga kausapin… just sayin'
Alam ko may pending "personal disclosure" at public apology pa ako sayo at kay ff... Pwede bang pagtapos na lang ng bday ko? Kung pwede lang naman mam.

Vic, ganito daw ata dapat "Ayaw ko ng paharap. Ayaw ko ng patagilid. Ayaw ko ng patagalin. Nasasaktan lang ang akin" :D

@pilyong_husband, panalo! mukhang ibang videoke bars ang pinupuntahan mo ah... San ba yan ha?!
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 25, 2012, 04:09 PM
@vicces,

Which is which...
First you hit on ff, then you move to bjj, then you go back to ff now your hitting Prospera and bjj...
I think by tomorrow youll be hitting on ff again...

I dont think those 2(Prospera and bjj) will hit you back since, you still have issues and connections with ff...
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Post by: pilyong_husband on Apr 25, 2012, 04:18 PM

@pilyong_husband, panalo! mukhang ibang videoke bars ang pinupuntahan mo ah... San ba yan ha?!

Sa jamming ng mga lasing :D


BTW, anyone noticed this sa stats ng PMT?

(http://s14.postimage.org/673t4mza9/hair_grower.jpg)
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Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 25, 2012, 04:32 PM
@pilyong_husband,

yes I notice that too...
I always though that their are a lot of middle aged men in this forum, Ive never thought it would be that many...

To keep it number 1, must have a lot of bald spots like the moon.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Apr 25, 2012, 04:38 PM
@Arch: What do you mean by "hitting on?"  vicces amuses me no end (and that's all there is to it).

@vicces: Kelan nga pala b'day mo? Taurus ka din? Say it isn't so!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 25, 2012, 04:39 PM
what can possibly happen inside an elevator that opens every 5 seconds?

Alot can happen...
A wink, HI! and smile  takes less than 1 second.
A quick chat afterwards, and the phrase "would be take this conversation elsewhere"...
All within doors closing, going up/down, doors opening...

And the effects are felt afterwards...

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@Arch: What do you mean by "hitting on?"  vicces amuses me no end (and that's all there is to it).

Just ignore it... Its just 2 word with little value in it...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 05:10 PM
Archcavalier, dude, are you getting jealous?

Prospera, bajoyjoy and freefront. These are Intelligent women of PMT (i think all of them are UP alums). If they all go for someone like me, im the intelligent choice-- not my fault.

All of them are older than me. I believe that people get wiser as they grow older.  Thus, if they want me-- im the wise choice. Again, dont blame me.

Im bald, but if these women still got the hots for me, then bald is sexy. Not my fault.

Arch you are 23? You have 10 more years to prepare yourself.

:rofl:

@Prospera i know you are happily married and you are just content coveting me from afar. Its all good! :rofl:

@Bajoyjoy i know you have a secret admiration for me that you cannot act upon. Should ff send me the pink slip, i will put you on the waiting list.

@Freefront... I mean (sstammerrinngg)... Tagalog na lang.. Alam ko langit ka, lupa ako... Pero Champion ka talaga! Taas na kamay ko sayo. Mahal na nga kita palagay ko e. Maging sino ka man.. Tsup tsup mwah mwah! :rofl:

@archcavalier. Oo na inaamin ko na! Saging lang kami! Pero maghanap ka ng puno sa buong Pilipinas. Saging lang ang may puso! Saging lang ang may puso!!!

Sabog! :rofl: :rofl:

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@Prospera, gagamitin kong bargaining chip ang bday ko, para naman maabswelto na ko...

Teka lang, just to clarify... Ung pink slip na sinasabi ko sa taas, ung ibig sabihin ay termination letter or pag ggraduate ka na, pink slip na ang gamit mo sa enrolment... Hinanap ko kasi sa urban dictionary ngayon lang, aba may iba pa palang mga meaning yun, mahalay baga..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Apr 25, 2012, 05:32 PM
Archcavalier, dude, are you getting jealous?

God no...

In my opinion, may it be of little significance.
At the end of the day, all such cases should be closed before moving on new cases.

And you provide entertainment for everybody else when you have an argument.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 25, 2012, 05:50 PM
^^whatduh??? 911. somebody slip vicces' drink with a valium or tranquilizer. he's gone absolutely berserk! :hihi:
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Post by: vicces on Apr 25, 2012, 05:58 PM
More like nervous breakdown.^ #drivemyselfcrazy
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 28, 2012, 02:41 PM
Egypt's 'Farewell Intercourse' law allowing sex with dead wives sparks fury

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London, Apr 27 (ANI): Egypt's new Islamist-dominated parliament is preparing to introduce a controversial law that would allow husbands to have sex with their deceased wives up to six hours after death.

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/egypts-farewell-intercourse-law-allowing-sex-dead-wives-065447484.html (http://ph.news.yahoo.com/egypts-farewell-intercourse-law-allowing-sex-dead-wives-065447484.html)



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How a bicycle handlebar affects the female orgasm

http://ph.she.yahoo.com/how-a-bicycle-handlebar-affects-the-female-orgasm.html (http://ph.she.yahoo.com/how-a-bicycle-handlebar-affects-the-female-orgasm.html)

 :hihi: :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 28, 2012, 03:00 PM
How a bicycle handlebar affects the female orgasm
http://ph.she.yahoo.com/how-a-bicycle-handlebar-affects-the-female-orgasm.html (http://ph.she.yahoo.com/how-a-bicycle-handlebar-affects-the-female-orgasm.html)

G-spot, sweet spot! We need the girls to confirm... bjj, ff, alone, prospera asan kayo!?!? Hehehe

Bookmarked na yan!!

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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 28, 2012, 03:04 PM
 :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

Bookmarked,Liked,and Shared ....

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Egypt's 'Farewell Intercourse' law allowing sex with dead wives sparks fury

May nabasa din ako dati..mga embalsamador naman satin..kapag magaganda daw yung mga "patients" nila,ginagalaw muna daw nila.... :eek:
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Post by: dideg on Apr 28, 2012, 03:38 PM
mismo.....sabi nila hehehehe
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 28, 2012, 08:20 PM
G-spot, sweet spot! We need the girls to confirm... bjj, ff, alone, prospera asan kayo!?!? Hehehe

Bookmarked na yan!!

interesting article... but i dont know how to ride a bicycle, so...
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 28, 2012, 10:27 PM
Weird... :laugh:

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/global-filipino/world/04/25/12/f*cking-village-wants-name-change (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/global-filipino/world/04/25/12/f*cking-village-wants-name-change)
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 30, 2012, 08:31 AM
G-spot, sweet spot! We need the girls to confirm... bjj, ff, alone, prospera asan kayo!?!? Hehehe

Bookmarked na yan!!



May I suggest you ask wintan?

PS: Belated happy b'day, vicces. Has ff sent you her greetings yet?
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Post by: vicces on Apr 30, 2012, 09:49 AM
^iwas pusoy naman itong si bjj at prospera... for academic discussion lang naman...

PS: Belated happy b'day, vicces. Has ff sent you her greetings yet?
hindi e. busy siguro mag-bike. diba dati sabi nya may bike sa room nya di nya lam san ilalagay. Alam na. :hihi:

btw, @prospera i have that book "Dancing with Chance", yun ba inspiration jan sa'yong tagline?

(tsk, sabi ko lurker ako ngayon e...)
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Post by: freefront on Apr 30, 2012, 09:59 AM
Hey! A girl has the right to get miffed. And no, that's a mountain bike for a 5'11 guy. You have to look like a badass character to take out that much of precious metal in the streets of Manila.

And... belated Happy Birthday, vicces( and that's only good manners speaking, yaknow...reciprocity). You are still a pest.
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 30, 2012, 10:26 AM
^Uy, bati na sila. :-)


@vicces: The book's title is "Dance with Chance (Making Luck Work for You). Is that the one you have?

I just think it's apt for my avatar (and trading, of course).

Nga pala, true story ba talaga yung babaeng-grasa incident? Para lang kasing may touch of fiction. But if you could swear it really did happen on a stack of bibles,  I guess I can suspend my disbelief.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 30, 2012, 10:29 AM
May I suggest you ask wintan?

abducted by alien din yata..nawawala si madam wintan

mam prospera: nagiging mismosa ka na din ah... :laugh:
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Post by: vicces on Apr 30, 2012, 10:44 AM

And... belated Happy Birthday, vicces( and that's only good manners speaking, yaknow...reciprocity). You are still a pest.
^thanks but you dont have to greet me kung masama sa loob mo doin it. you dont have to follow social protocol or etiquette/good manners with a pest like me. its all good honey.

^Uy, bati na sila. :-)


@vicces: The book's title is "Dance with Chance (Making Luck Work for You). Is that the one you have?

I just think it's apt for my avatar (and trading, of course).
yes thats the one. obviously di ko pa din binasa (chap2 lang yata inabot ko), maski title namali pa ako. :D is it any good?

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Nga pala, true story ba talaga yung babaeng-grasa incident? Para lang kasing may touch of fiction. But if you could swear it really did happen on a stack of bibles,  I guess I can suspend my disbelief.
yeah, totoo yon, mamatay man yung babae. :hihi: im in disbelief as well (pinaalala mo pa, im getting images of her again). grabe ka naman bakit naman ako gagawa ng ganung klaseng kwento no? ganun ba kalubha ang tingin mo sa akin? di pa naman umaabot sa ganung sukdulan ang kawirduhan ko..  :watchuthink:

but there are men who pleasure themselves in public, hindi pa nga taong grasa. first time ko (at mo) lang siguro makaencounter ng female + taong-grasa + exhibitionist rolled into one  na kwento kaya talagang kagila-gilalas..


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but if i am to correct one info in that story-- it wasnt my bday nung friday, day before yung totoo..
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 30, 2012, 12:05 PM
^thanks but you dont have to greet me kung masama sa loob mo doin it. you dont have to follow social protocol or etiquette/good manners with a pest like me. its all good honey.
Suplado sa personal si sir! as in!  :watchuthink:
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Post by: Prospera on Apr 30, 2012, 12:17 PM
^Hmmm. Nag-EB ba kayo, bjj?

 Are you in the legal profession, btw?

(Di lang ako "mismosa," miko; gusto ko ring maging female Sherlock Holmes, hehe).
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Apr 30, 2012, 02:32 PM
^Hmmm. Nag-EB ba kayo, bjj?
si vector na lang ang pasagutin natin nyan. :gagged:
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Post by: camjarman on May 02, 2012, 10:03 AM
let us all support jessica sanchez sa american idol, watch tom 6pm in the evening on star world
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Post by: Archcavalier on May 02, 2012, 06:54 PM
let us all support jessica sanchez sa american idol, watch tom 6pm in the evening on star world

sorry only TFC...
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Post by: McDona on May 03, 2012, 11:04 AM
Good for her sana umabot siya kahit sa final 3.

wish me luck sa presentation ko. Kinakabahan ako hehehe.
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Post by: pilyong_husband on May 03, 2012, 12:17 PM

wish me luck sa presentation ko. Kinakabahan ako hehehe.

Ano po yang presentation nyo? :D
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Post by: vicces on May 03, 2012, 12:20 PM
Kinakabahan ako hehehe.
chicken charlie lang katapat nyan.. *wink*wink* :hihi:
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Post by: mikoangelo on May 03, 2012, 12:23 PM
^  :laugh:

I was about to post presentation about chicken charlie..but that will do  :laugh:
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Post by: McDona on May 04, 2012, 11:35 AM
Ano po yang presentation nyo? :D

I'm helping my cousin out. Nag start kasi siya ng new business clothing line. ako mag prepresent. well hopefully bigyan kami ng feedback nung prospective client namin.

^  :laugh:

I was about to post presentation about chicken charlie..but that will do  :laugh:

looks like napansin niyo i like chicken charlie so much. :)  well for a change nag burger ako nun sa Friday's and gold medalist for the drink. satisfied tummy kahit kinakabahan.
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Post by: mikoangelo on May 08, 2012, 08:03 PM
sahod namin ngayon kaya buhay na buhay nanaman ang aking Roaming  :laugh:

daming nakakaalala sakin pag ganitong araw  :moneyeyes
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Post by: mikoangelo on May 08, 2012, 08:39 PM
Fitflops?Kobe B?

totyal,credit card...

alam nila between 5-10th of the month sasahod nko..kya expected na yang mga txt na musta,ingat kaw, God bless,wag magkakasakit  :laugh:..

Im loved and missed by everybody :laugh:..
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Post by: vicces on May 08, 2012, 08:52 PM
Fitflops?Kobe B?
tsinelas at tapatot

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credit card...
euphemism for hulugan o utang

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alam nila between 5-10th of the month sasahod nko..kya expected na yang mga txt na musta,ingat kaw, God bless,wag magkakasakit  :laugh:..

Im loved and missed by everybody :laugh:..
papa miko syangapala, kamusta ka naman jan? Wag ka magpapalipas ng gutom ha.. Mishyu! :kiss:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on May 08, 2012, 09:21 PM
 :-[
padala ko nalng mya sa western allowance mo ha... :-*

How to resist temptation in buying Kobe B?

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on May 08, 2012, 09:31 PM
Da best ka talaga! :-*

Btw ginagamit mo tlga ang western? Mura ba fees?

Pumipikit na lang ako pag nadadaan sa pwesto ng nike. :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on May 08, 2012, 09:53 PM
Actually bank account ko laht pinapadala (BDO)..then through electronic dinidisperse ko na siya sa mga mahal ko sa buhay...

Actually mas mahal western,I think up to 50k e mga 400pesos charge..tapos mas mataas sa 50k I think double ung charge..sa bank naman e mga 200 pesos charge

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on May 08, 2012, 10:41 PM
Ahhh... :cool2:

May door to door pa ba ngayon? :D yun pa sistema nung panahon ng tatay ko sa saudi e.. :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vflores on May 14, 2012, 03:06 PM
share ko lang yung nakitang ko video sa youtube may bangus na nag sasalita... si johnny sarangani   (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GrkzFw7cQ6A)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: businessmind on May 21, 2012, 10:36 AM

 im glad nabasa ko tong thread nato...nalimutan ko tuloy mga importante kong dapat gawin.  :applause:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: alone on May 21, 2012, 11:28 AM
Fitflops?Kobe B?

totyal,credit card...

alam nila between 5-10th of the month sasahod nko..kya expected na yang mga txt na musta,ingat kaw, God bless,wag magkakasakit  :laugh:..

Im loved and missed by everybody :laugh:..

totoo ka ba dito? ahehehe.. kakatuwa naman pala buhay OFW may schedule kung kailan ka maaalala..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Sniper18 on Jul 01, 2012, 02:15 AM
--luluwas ako ng manila bukas.. ^_^ sino mga nasa manila na ka PMT.. baka pwede niyo ako i-treat ^_^

--ahahaha... peace...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kapams on Jul 05, 2012, 10:02 AM
kakain ako sa chicken charlie bukas pagtapos ko magjogging.. sinong gusto sumama? :)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: McDona on Jul 06, 2012, 01:41 PM
^ i miss that.

sana medyo humina yung ulan. Mganda na yung panahon kanina eh. umulan nanaamn ang lakas pa parang may bagyo. nakakalungkot tuloy yung feeling.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 06, 2012, 01:43 PM
^magkaano ano kayo ni kapams? pareho kasi kayo ng hilig...

basta may nabanggit na chicken charlie nasa isip ko agad either kapams o mcdona   :laugh:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bauer on Jul 06, 2012, 10:39 PM
mikoangelo,

Mr. Cupid ka na ba?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jul 07, 2012, 03:23 AM
^magkaano ano kayo ni kapams? pareho kasi kayo ng hilig...

basta may nabanggit na chicken charlie nasa isip ko agad either kapams o mcdona   :laugh:

Malamang mga may-ari ng business sila... at frens... na mahilig sa chicken...  :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jul 07, 2012, 09:58 AM
Just want to share this info about apple.. :)

HEALTH BENEFITS OF APPLE

Bone protection
ASTHAMA help
Lung, breast, colon, liver cancer prevention
Alzheimer's prevention
Lower cholesterol
Diabetes management
Weight loss

We're told that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, but what exactly are the health benefits of apples? Here are ten reasons to heed the advice of that old proverb:

1. Bone Protection
French researchers found that a flavanoid called phloridzin that is found only in apples may protect post-menopausal women from osteoporosis and may also increase bone density. Boron, another ingredient in apples, also strengthens bones

2. Asthma Help
One recent study shows that children with asthma who drank apple juice on a daily basis suffered from less wheezing than children who drank apple juice only once per month. Another study showed that children born to women who eat a lot of apples during pregnancy have lower rates of asthma than children whose mothers ate few apples

3. Lung Cancer Prevention
According to a study of 10,000 people, those who ate the most apples had a 50 percent lower risk of developing lung cancer. Researchers believe this is due to the high levels of the flavonoids quercetin and naringin in apples

4. Breast Cancer Prevention
A Cornell University study found that rats who ate one apple per day reduced their risk of breast cancer by 17 percent. Rats fed three apples per day reduced their risk by 39 percent and those fed six apples per day reduced their risk by 44 percent

5. Colon Cancer Prevention
One study found that rats fed an extract from apple skins had a 43 percent lower risk of colon cancer. Other research shows that the pectin in apples reduces the risk of colon cancer and helps maintain a healthy digestive tract

6. Liver Cancer Prevention
Research found that rats fed an extract from apple skins had a 57 percent lower risk of liver cancer

7. Alzheimer's Prevention
A study on mice at Cornell University found that the quercetin in apples may protect brain cells from the kind of free radical damage that may lead to Alzheimer's disease.

8. Lower Cholesterol
The pectin in apples lowers LDL ("bad") cholesterol. People who eat two apples per day may lower their cholesterol by as much as 16 percent

9. Diabetes Management
The pectin in apples supplies galacturonic acid to the body which lowers the body's need for insulin and may help in the management of diabetes

10. Weight Loss
A Brazilian study found that women who ate three apples or pears per day lost more weight while dieting than women who did not eat fruit while dieting..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 07, 2012, 10:11 AM
mikoangelo,

Mr. Cupid ka na ba?

bakit??

banat din yan  :laugh:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jul 07, 2012, 10:41 AM
^kasi daw mahilig ka mag match..  :hello:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bauer on Jul 07, 2012, 11:11 AM
^ thanks kithe.  
medyo seryoso yata si mikoangelo..... twice na hindi nakuha tanong ko pati sa ibang thread.  magaling ba ko bumanat? (mukhang hindi naman siguro, siya pa pwedeng-pwede)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 07, 2012, 11:34 AM
^medyo slow ngayon..

galing sa half rest day...bitin kasi..2 days/month lang and pahinga...

btw sir bauer,nilipat ko na tanong ko sa MPSA thread... :hello:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jul 07, 2012, 03:05 PM
 Today is July 7, sino may mga birthday sa inyo ngayong araw?  :birthday:

Info about July 7..

July 7 is the 188th day of the year (189th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. There are 177 days remaining until the end of the year.

The terms 7th July, July 7th, and 7/7 (pronounced "Seven-seven") have been widely used in the Western media as a shorthand for the 7 July 2005 bombings on London's transport system. In the Chinese language, this term is used to denote the Battle of Lugou Bridge started on July 7, 1937, marking the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War.

Events

1456 – A retrial verdict acquits Joan of Arc of heresy 25 years after her death.
1534 – European colonization of the Americas: first known exchange between Europeans and natives of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in New Brunswick.
1543 – French troops invade Luxembourg.
1575 – Raid of the Redeswire, the last major battle between England and Scotland.
1585 – The Treaty of Nemours abolishes tolerance to Protestants in France.
1770 – The Battle of Larga between the Russian Empire and the Ottoman Empire takes place.
1777 – American Revolutionary War: American forces retreating from Fort Ticonderoga are defeated in the Battle of Hubbardton.
1798 – Quasi-War: the U.S. Congress rescinds treaties with France sparking the "war".
1807 – Napoleonic Wars: the Peace of Tilsit between France, Prussia and Russia ends the Fourth Coalition.
1834 – In New York City, four nights of rioting against abolitionists began.
1846 – Mexican-American War: American troops occupy Monterey and Yerba Buena, thus beginning the U.S. acquisition of California.
1863 – United States begins its first military draft; exemptions cost $300.
1865 – American Civil War: four conspirators in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln are hanged.
1892 – Katipunan: the Revolutionary Philippine Brotherhood is established, contributing to the fall of the Spanish Empire in Asia.
1898 – U.S. President William McKinley signs the Newlands Resolution annexing Hawaii as a territory of the United States.
1907 – Florenz Ziegfeld staged his first Follies on the roof of the New York Theater in New York City.
1911 – The United States, Great Britain, Japan, and Russia sign the North Pacific Fur Seal Convention of 1911 banning open-water seal hunting, the first international treaty to address wildlife preservation issues.
1915 – World War I: end of First Battle of the Isonzo.
1915 – An International Railway trolley with an extreme overload of 157 passengers crashes near Queenston, Ontario, killing 15.
1915 – Militia officer Henry Pedris executed by firing squad at Colombo, Ceylon - an act widely regarded as a miscarriage of justice by the British colonial authorities.
1928 – Sliced bread is sold for the first time by the Chillicothe Baking Company of Chillicothe, Missouri.
1930 – Industrialist Henry J. Kaiser begins construction of the Boulder Dam (now known as Hoover Dam).
1937 – Sino-Japanese War: Battle of Lugou Bridge – Japanese forces invade Beijing, China.
1941 – World War II: U.S. forces land in Iceland, taking over from an earlier British occupation.
1941 – World War II: Beirut is occupied by Free France and British troops.
1944 – World War II: Largest Banzai charge of the Pacific War at the Battle of Saipan.
1946 – Mother Frances Xavier Cabrini becomes the first American to be canonized.
1946 – Howard Hughes nearly dies when his XF-11 spy plane prototype crashes in a Beverly Hills neighborhood.
1952 – The ocean liner SS United States passes Bishop's Rock on her maiden voyage, breaking the transatlantic speed record to become the fastest passenger ship in the world.
1953 – Ernesto "Che" Guevara sets out on a trip through Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, and El Salvador.
1954 – Elvis Presley made his radio debut when WHBQ Memphis played his first recording for Sun Records, "That's All Right."
1956 – Fritz Moravec and two other Austrian mountaineers make the first ascent of Gasherbrum II (8,035 m).
1958 – U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower signs the Alaska Statehood Act into law.
1959 – Venus occults the star Regulus. This rare event is used to determine the diameter of Venus and the structure of the Venusian atmosphere.
1978 – The Solomon Islands become independent from the United Kingdom.
1980 – Institution of sharia in Iran.
1980 – During the Lebanese civil war, 83 Tiger militants are killed during what will be known as the Safra massacre.
1981 – U.S. President Ronald Reagan appoints Sandra Day O'Connor to become the first female member of the Supreme Court of the United States.
1983 – Cold War: Samantha Smith, a U.S. schoolgirl, flies to the Soviet Union at the invitation of Secretary General Yuri Andropov.
1985 – Boris Becker becomes the youngest player ever to win Wimbledon at age 17
1991 – Yugoslav Wars: the Brioni Agreement ends the ten-day independence war in Slovenia against the rest of the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia.
1997 – The Turkish Armed Forces withdraw from northern Iraq after assisting the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the Iraqi Kurdish Civil War.
2002 – A scandal breaks out in the United Kingdom when news reports accuse MI6 of sheltering Abu Qatada, the supposed European Al Qaeda leader.
2005 – A series of four explosions occurs on London's transport system killing 56 people including four alleged suicide bombers and injuring over 700 others.
2011 – Roof of a stand in De Grolsch Veste Stadium in Enschede which was under construction collapsed, one killed and 14 injured.

Births

1053 – Emperor Shirakawa, of Japan (d. 1129)
1119 – Emperor Sutoku of Japan (d. 1164)
1207 – Princess Elisabeth of Hungary Catholic saint (d. 1231)
1528 – Archduchess Anna of Austria, daughter of Ferdinand I (d. 1590)
1586 – Thomas Howard, 21st Earl of Arundel, English statesman and art collector (d. 1646)
1656 – Guru Har Krishan, Indian religious figure (d. 1664)
1746 – Giuseppe Piazzi, Italian astronomer (d. 1826)
1752 – Joseph Marie Jacquard, French inventor (d. 1834)
1766 – Guillaume Philibert Duhesme, French general (d. 1815)
1833 – Félicien Rops, Belgian artist, and printmaker in etching and aquatint (d. 1898)
1843 – Camillo Golgi, Italian physician, Nobel laureate (d. 1926)
1848 – Francisco de Paula Rodrigues Alves, Brazilian politician (d. 1919)
1851 – Charles Tindley, American gospel music composer (d. 1933)
1855 – Ludwig Ganghofer, German writer (d. 1920)
1860 – Gustav Mahler, Austrian composer (d. 1911)
1874 – Erwin Bumke, German jurist (d. 1945)
1884 – Lion Feuchtwanger, German dramatist (d. 1958)
1887 – Marc Chagall, Russian painter (d. 1985)
1891 – Virginia Rappe, American actress (d. 1921)
1891 – Tadamichi Kuribayashi, Japanese general (d. 1945)
1893 – Miroslav Krleža, Croatian writer (d. 1981)
1899 – George Cukor, American director (d. 1983)
1900 – Earle E. Partridge, American military commander (d. 1990)
1901 – Vittorio De Sica, Italian director (d. 1974)
1901 – Sam Katzman, American film producer (d. 1973)
1901 – Eiji Tsuburaya, Japanese film producer (d. 1970)
1902 – Ted Radcliffe, American baseball player and centenarian (d. 2005)
1904 – Simone Beck, French chef (d. 1991)
1906 – William Feller, Croatian-American mathematician/probabilist (d. 1970)
1906 – Anna Marie Hahn, German-born American serial killer (d. 1938)
1906 – Anton Karas, Austrian zither player (d. 1985)
1906 – Satchel Paige, American baseball player (d. 1982)
1907 – Robert A. Heinlein, American writer (d. 1988)
1908 – Revilo P. Oliver, American academic and White nationalism advocate (d. 1994)
1911 – Gretchen Franklin, English actress (d. 2005)
1911 – Gian Carlo Menotti, Italian composer (d. 2007)
1913 – Pinetop Perkins, American blues pianist (d. 2011)
1915 – Margaret Abigail Walker Alexander, American novelist and poet (d. 1998)
1917 – Fidel Sánchez Hernández, El Salvador politician (d. 2003)
1919 – Jon Pertwee, English actor (d. 1996)
1920 – Bhaktaraj Maharaj, Indian Hindu figure (d. 1995)
1921 – Ezzard Charles, American boxer (d. 1975)
1921 – Adolf von Thadden, German politician (d. 1996)
1922 – Alan Armer, American television producer, and director (d. 2010)
1922 – Pierre Cardin, French fashion designer
1924 – Mary Ford, American singer (d. 1977)
1925 – Wally Phillips, American radio personality (d. 2008)
1927 – Carmen Basilio, American boxer
1927 – Charlie Louvin, American country music singer-songwriter (d. 2011) (Louvin Brothers)
1927 – Doc Severinsen, American composer and jazz trumpeter
1929 – Hasan Abidi, Pakistani journalist and poet (d. 2005)
1930 – John Little, Scottish footballer
1930 – Theodore Edgar McCarrick, American cardinal
1930 – Hank Mobley, American jazz composer and saxophonist (d. 1986)
1931 – David Eddings, American fantasy novelist (d. 2009)
1932 – Joe Zawinul, Austrian jazz composer and keyboardist (d. 2007)
1933 – Murray Halberg, New Zealand middle distance runner
1933 – David McCullough, American historian and author
1933 – Bruce Wells, English boxer and actor (d. 2009)
1936 – Jo Siffert, Swiss race car driver (d. 1971)
1936 – Nikos Xilouris, Greek singer (d. 1980)
1937 – Tung Chee-Hwa, Hong Kong administrator
1940 – Ringo Starr, English drummer and singer (The Beatles)
1941 – Marco Bollesan, Italian rugby player and coach
1941 – Michael Howard, British politician
1941 – Bill Oddie, English comedian and ornithologist
1942 – Carmen Duncan, Australian actress
1943 – Toto Cutugno, Italian singer
1943 – Joel Siegel, American film critic (d. 2007)
1944 – Tony Jacklin, English golfer
1945 – Michael Ancram, British politician
1945 – Matti Salminen, Finnish opera singer
1946 – Joe Spano, American actor
1947 – Gyanendra, deposed king of Nepal
1947 – Víctor Manuel, Spanish songwriter and singer
1947 – Howard Rheingold, American critic and writer
1947 – Felix Standaert, Belgian diplomat
1947 – Rob Townsend, English drummer (Family)
1948 – Jean Leclerc, French-Canadian actor
1949 – Shelley Duvall, American actress
1952 – Mando Guerrero, Mexican professional wrestler
1954 – Rami Fortis, Israeli rock singer (Minimal Compact)
1955 – Len Barker, American baseball player
1957 – Jonathan Dayton, American film director
1957 – Berry Sakharof, Turkish-born Israeli guitarist (Minimal Compact)
1959 – Billy Campbell, American actor
1959 – Jessica Hahn, American model
1959 – Ben Linder, American engineer (d. 1987)
1960 – Kevin A. Ford, American astronaut
1960 – Ralph Sampson, American basketball player
1961 – Eric Jerome Dickey, American author
1963 – Vonda Shepard, American singer
1965 – Mo Collins, American actress
1965 – Paula Devicq, Canadian actress
1965 – Jeremy Kyle, English television presenter
1965 – Jeremy Guscott, English rugby player
1965 – Sam Holbrook, American baseball umpire
1966 – Jim Gaffigan, American comedian
1966 – Gundula Krause, German folk violinist
1966 – Neil Tobin, American magician and psychic entertainer
1967 – Tom Kristensen, Danish race car driver
1967 – Jackie Neal, American singer (d. 2005)
1968 – Amy Carlson, American actress
1968 – Jorja Fox, American actress
1968 – Allen Payne, American actor
1968 – Jeff VanderMeer, American writer
1969 – Sylke Otto, German luger
1969 – Joe Sakic, Canadian ice hockey player
1969 – Nathalie Simard, French Canadian singer
1969 – Cree Summer, American voice actress
1969 – Robin Weigert, American actress
1970 – Robia LaMorte, American actress and dancer
1970 – Wayne McCullough, Irish boxer
1970 – Erik Zabel, German cyclist
1971 – Christian Camargo, American actor
1971 – Alistair Potts, British rower
1972 – Lisa Leslie, American basketball player
1972 – Manfred Stohl, Austrian rally driver
1972 – Kirsten Vangsness, American actress
1973 – Troy Garity, American actor
1973 – José Jiménez, Dominican baseball player
1973 – Matt Mantei, American baseball player
1973 – Kārlis Skrastiņš, Latvian ice hockey player (d. 2011)
1973 – Natsuki Takaya, Japanese manga artist
1973 – Kailash Kher, Indian singer
1974 – Patrick Lalime, Canadian ice hockey player
1974 – E.D.I. Mean, American Rapper (Outlawz)
1975 – Tony Benshoof, American luger
1975 – Michael Voss, Australian rules footballer
1976 – Dominic Foley, Irish footballer
1976 – Natasha Collins, English actress (d. 2008)
1977 – D-Loc, American rapper (Kottonmouth Kings)
1977 – Felix Vasquez, American municipal employee
1978 – Chris Andersen, American basketball player
1978 – Davor Kraljević, Croatian footballer
1979 – Anastasios Gousis, Greek sprinter
1979 – Carl Breeze, British racing driver
1980 – John Buck, American baseball player
1980 – Deidre Downs, American beauty queen
1980 – Kaisa Jouhki, Indonesian singer (Battlelore)
1980 – Michelle Kwan, American figure skater
1980 – Dan Whitesides, American drummer (The Used)
1981 – Synyster Gates, American guitarist (Avenged Sevenfold)
1981 – Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Indian cricketer
1982 – Cassidy, American rapper
1982 – Mike Glita, American bassist (Senses Fail)
1982 – Nick Karner, American filmmaker
1982 – Jan Laštůvka, Czech footballer
1982 – George Owu, Ghanaian footballer
1983 – Justin Davies, Australian rules footballer
1983 – Ciara Newell, Irish singer (Bellefire)
1983 – D. Woods, American singer (Danity Kane)
1984 – Minas Alozidis, Greek hurdler
1984 – Alberto Aquilani, Italian footballer
1984 – Mohammad Ashraful, Bangladeshi cricketer
1984 – Marie-Mai, Canadian singer
1985 – Marc Stein, German footballer
1986 – Ana Kasparian, American radio personality
1986 – Udo Schwarz, German rugby player
1987 – Julianna Guill, American actress
1987 – Lena Ma, Canadian beauty pageant contestant
1988 – Kaci Brown, American singer
1988 – Lukas Rosenthal, German rugby player
1988 – Ilan Rubin, American drummer (Nine Inch Nails)
1988 – Jack Whitehall, British comedian
1989 – Kim Bum, South Korean actor
1990 – Lee Addy, Ghanaian football player
1992 – Toni Garrn, German model
1997 – Erina Ikuta, Japanese singer (Morning Musume)
2000 – Princess Purnika of Nepal

Deaths

1304 – Pope Benedict XI (b. 1240)
1307 – King Edward I of England (b. 1239)
1537 – Madeleine of Valois, French-born Queen consort of James V of Scotland (b. 1520)
1572 – King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland (b. 1520)
1573 – Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola, Italian architect (b. 1507)
1593 – Mohammed Bagayogo, Malian scholar (b. 1523)
1647 – Thomas Hooker, English-born Connecticut colonist (b. 1586)
1663 – Thomas Baltzar, German violinist
1701 – William Stoughton, American judge at the Salem witch trials (b. 1631)
1713 – Henry Compton, Bishop of Oxford and member of the Privy Council of England (b. 1632)
1730 – Olivier Levasseur, French pirate (b. 1688 or 1690)
1764 – William Pulteney, 1st Earl of Bath, English politician (b. 1683)
1776 – Jeremiah Markland, English classical scholar (b. 1693)
1790 – François Hemsterhuis, Dutch philosopher (b. 1721)
1816 – Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Irish playwright and politician (b. 1751)
1855 – Konstantin Batyushkov, Russian poet (b. 1787)
1865 – Mary Surratt, American conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the first woman ever executed in the USA (b. 1823)
1865 – Lewis Payne, American conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln (b. 1844)
1865 – David Herold, American conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln (b. 1842)
1865 – George Atzerodt, German-born conspirator in the assassination of Abraham Lincoln (b. 1833)
1878 – Yegor Ivanovich Zolotarev, Russian mathematician (b. 1847)
1890 – Henri Nestlé, German confectioner and founder of Nestlé S.A. (b. 1814)
1901 – Johanna Spyri, Swiss author (b. 1827)
1913 – Edward Burd Grubb, Jr., American Civil War Union Brevet Brigadier General (b. 1841)
1922 – Cathal Brugha, Chief of Staff of Irish Republican Army (b. 1874)
1925 – Clarence Hudson White American photographer (b. 1871)
1927 – Gösta Mittag-Leffler, Swedish mathematician (b. 1846)
1930 – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Scottish writer (b. 1859)
1932 – Alexander Grin, Russian novelist (b. 1880)
1932 – Henry Eyster Jacobs, American Lutheran theologian (b. 1844)
1942 – Thomas Xenakis, Greek gymnast (b. 1875)
1949 – Bunk Johnson, American jazz trumpeter (b. 1879 or 1889)
1954 – Idabelle Smith Firestone, American composer and songwriter (b. 1874)
1956 – Gottfried Benn, German poet (b. 1886)
1960 – Francis Browne, Irish photographer (b. 1880)
1964 – Lillian Copeland, American discus thrower (b. 1904)
1965 – Moshe Sharett, Ukraine-born 2nd Prime Minister of Israel (b. 1894)
1967 – Vivien Leigh, English actress (b. 1913)
1968 – Jo Schlesser, French race car driver (b. 1928)
1971 – Claude Gauvreau, Canadian writer (b. 1925)
1971 – Ub Iwerks, American artist, director, and cartoonist (b. 1901)
1972 – Athenagoras, Patriarch of Constantinople (b. 1886)
1972 – King Talal of Jordan (b. 1909)
1973 – Max Horkheimer, German philosopher and sociologist (b. 1895)
1973 – Veronica Lake, American actress (b. 1919)
1975 – Ruffian, American thoroughbred racehorse (b. 1972)
1976 – Walter Giesler, American football coach (b. 1910)
1980 – Dore Schary, American film producer and writer (b. 1905)
1981 – Peace Pilgrim, American pacifist and activist (b. 1908)
1984 – Carl Boenish, American BASE jumping supporter (b. 1941)
1984 – Alexander Fu Sheng, Hong Kong actor (b. 1954)
1987 – Hannelore Schroth, German actress (b. 1922)
1990 – Cazuza, Brazilian poet, singer and composer (b. 1958)
1990 – Bill Cullen, American game show host (b. 1920)
1993 – Mia Zapata, American singer (The Gits) (b. 1965)
1994 – Carlo Chiti, Italian race car engineer (b. 1924)
1994 – Friedrich August Freiherr von der Heydte, German Luftwaffe officer (b. 1907)
1998 – M. K. O. Abiola, Nigerian industrialist and politician (b. 1937)
1999 – Captain Vikram Batra, Indian Army officer and Param Vir Chakra recipient (b. 1974)
1999 – Julie Campbell Tatham, American writer (b. 1908)
2000 – Kenny Irwin, Jr., American race car driver (b. 1969)
2001 – Fred Neil, American singer-songwriter (b. 1936)
2002 – Bison Dele, American basketball player (b. 1969)
2003 – Izhak Graziani, Bulgarian-born conductor (b. 1924)
2003 – Vlado Kristl, Croatian painter, animator and film director (b. 1923)
2006 – Juan de Ávalos, Spanish sculptor (b. 1911)
2006 – Syd Barrett, English singer-songwriter and guitarist (Pink Floyd) (b. 1946)
2006 – John Money, New Zealand-born American sexologist (b. 1921)
2008 – Bruce Conner, American sculptor, painter and photographer (b. 1933)
2008 – Dorian Leigh, American supermodel (b. 1917)

Holidays and observances

Christian Feast Day:
Æthelburg of Faremoutiers
Illidius
Job of Maniava (Ukrainian Orthodox Church)
Willibald (Roman Catholic Church)
July 7 (Eastern Orthodox liturgics)
Independence Day, celebrates the independence of Solomon Islands from the United Kingdom in 1978.
Ivan Kupala Day (Belarus, Poland, Russia, Ukraine)
Saba Saba Day (Tanzania)
Tanabata (Japan)
Unity Factory Day (Yemen)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bauer on Jul 07, 2012, 09:48 PM
^ Is it your birthday (July 7)?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: totscalilari on Jul 08, 2012, 01:14 AM
hapi bday. kithe
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 08, 2012, 02:33 PM
^^really??

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Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jul 08, 2012, 02:48 PM
Nope.. Di ko po birthday.. Sa Pasko pa..:)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 17, 2012, 01:10 PM
Wala lang..gusto ko lang post.. :hihi:

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Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bauer on Jul 17, 2012, 01:22 PM
^ pang asian ba yan?

kasi yung data ko, mas mababa ang body weight: height ratio for asian daw yun.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jul 17, 2012, 01:30 PM
^pasok naman pala ang weight ko sa height ko.. Haha..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: moto461 on Jul 17, 2012, 03:43 PM
w0w! pang ideal pala si ma'am kithe...  :watchuthink:

^dapat pala nasa 65-81 weight ko..  hayyy! kailangan ko pa ng more exercise   :boxing:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 19, 2012, 09:32 AM
Wala lang..gusto ko lang post.. :hihi:

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malaki yata ung range na applicable sa akin. within the limits pa naman (lower end)..


random idea:

sana pagkain lang ang sagot sa lahat ng problema...

may problema sa pamilya, kumain ka ng siopao..
problema sa trabaho, kumain ka ng lechon cebu..
problema sa lovelife, kain ka ng half galon ng ice cream.

tapos hindi ka tataba (unless preferred mong tumaba kasi underweight ka). mga ganun... :hihi:
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Post by: Prospera on Jul 19, 2012, 10:02 AM
Wala bang non-metric chart, miko? O kaya paano mag-convert ng kg to lb?

In fact, that's what most girls do, bjj--eat all their problems away!

:-)
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Post by: freefront on Jul 19, 2012, 04:56 PM
^ P, it's 2.204 lbs= 1 kg.
> That chart is broken is all I'm saying  :bahalaka: The higher limit doesn't even lick my lowest  BMI .

malaki yata ung range na applicable sa akin. within the limits pa naman (lower end)..

Then you must belong to the 10% of all human population who don't get fat maski matindi kumain.

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random idea:

sana pagkain lang ang sagot sa lahat ng problema...

may problema sa pamilya, kumain ka ng siopao..
problema sa trabaho, kumain ka ng lechon cebu..
problema sa lovelife, kain ka ng half galon ng ice cream.

tapos hindi ka tataba (unless preferred mong tumaba kasi underweight ka). mga ganun... :hihi


Men flatter themselves with the idea that they are our biggest problem. FYI : it is how to eat and not gain weight.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 19, 2012, 05:24 PM
^ pang asian ba yan?

no idea sir e..nkita ko lang sa fb  :hihi:

demanding ng mga girls..daming hinahanap...
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 19, 2012, 05:31 PM
^ P, it's 2.204 lbs= 1 kg.
> That chart is broken is all I'm saying  :bahalaka: The higher limit doesn't even lick my lowest  BMI .

Then you must belong to the 10% of all human population who don't get fat maski matindi kumain.

up to the 3rd decimal place talaga ang pang-convert ni ff?! :harhar:

mula college hanggang late 20s, my weight was pegged at 45 kilos (dinadaya ko pa minsan, kahit 43 lang nagregister sa scale, dinedeclare ko 45)... nung nag-31 ako, thats when i noticed how drastic my metabolism slowed down, dagdag pa ung stress eating ko then. tapos may frap everyday. hanggang I noticed ung fit ng jeans ko parang skinny na. starbucks lang pala magpapataba sa akin! the catch is, the whipped cream na tinungga tungga ko araw-araw, got stored in all the wrong places... i think umabot sa 112-115 lbs., that was my fattest na... but now i think i'm back to 105-110 lbs dahil sa stress...

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Men flatter themselves with the idea that they are our biggest problem. FYI : it is how to eat and not gain weight.
speaking of flattering men...

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8 Compliments Your Man Wants to Hear

By Korin Miller | Cosmopolitan – Thu, May 24, 2012 6:55 PM PHT
Lately, we've been hearing the same relationship complaint from dudes.

Even though they know to call out how awesome your hair/dress/sense of humor is, they feel like they're not getting the same love back. We consulted the guys at ModernMan.com for their take on the ego-boosting compliments guys are secretly craving from you.

"No One Makes Me Laugh Like You Do"

Guys place a lot of weight on being funny, and they want to know you dig their sense of humor, too. This statement is better than a simple "you're hilarious!" because it broadcasts that he's the funniest guy you know-a massive ego-booster.

"You Give The Best Advice"

Not only do men like to be asked to help solve problems, they want to know that you're listening (and appreciating) what they have to say.

"You're So Big"

That's pretty much a given, right? Even if they're crazy well-endowed, a lot of guys aren't sure how they stack up against other, uh, manhoods - they want to hear that you're impressed. If you've been with a guy for a while, try "I don't know if I'll ever get used to how big you are."
"Your Arms Look Sexy"

If your guy logs time at the gym, he wants his hard work to be acknowledged. Try complimenting him on his triceps-it seems more genuine than talking about his biceps.

"Your Butt Looks Amazing in Those Jeans"

Guys aren't used to being objectified-he'll love knowing you think he's a total sex object.
"You're Making Me So Hot Right Now"

Pretty much anything you can say during sex or foreplay that lets him know he's doing the right moves is a winner.

"You're So Good At _____"

Even if he's freaking Michael Phelps, your man wants to know that you're aware he has some serious skills. Call it out when he has a great moment, whether it's playing guitar, killing it at co-ed softball, or whipping up a delish meal.

"I Feel Safe When I'm With You"
No matter how independent you are, your guy wants to know that he makes you feel protected (even if you are the spider-killer in your relationship).

http://ph.she.yahoo.com/8-compliments-your-man-wants-to-hear.html
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Post by: freefront on Jul 19, 2012, 05:42 PM
^ My eldest sister annoys me to no end. She goes back to where she resides after one month with a gain of 1.5 lbs. Take note- sabay sabay ang pinakbet, pinapaitan at dinuguan at kalahating kanin sa isang meal. All hers! While i get left here with a minimum of 5 lbs. gain. Regalo daw yun ng Diyos. Ayaw kumain ng walang kasabay  :rant:

The 8 compliments---only proves men today are all drama queens. At least every one of them in my planet.
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Post by: Prospera on Jul 19, 2012, 06:14 PM
^My gulay. If those are all I ever have to do, I WON'T have time left for trading...:-)
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Post by: freefront on Jul 21, 2012, 06:17 AM
^My gulay. If those are all I ever have to do, I WON'T have time left for trading...:-)

^gives an impression that they are insecure imbeciles, if you ask me.


"Your Butt Looks Amazing in Those Jeans"

Guys aren't used to being objectified-he'll love knowing you think he's a total sex object.

^ bad habit i got from hanging out with guys.

Food for thought:

 A Honda Civic hybrid starts at $24,200 and gets 44 miles per gallon. A Civic with a normal gas engine starts at $16,000 and gets 39 MPG. If you drive 15,000 miles a year and gas averages $4 a gallon, it will take 47 years for the hybrid to justify its cost over the traditional model.

(durn americans and their use of the imperial system. FYI: only you and cuba use that thing already!)
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 21, 2012, 05:38 PM
^My gulay. If those are all I ever have to do, I WON'T have time left for trading...:-)
^gives an impression that they are insecure imbeciles, if you ask me.

I think it's one of the unwritten rules about the male specie, once in a while, they need you to stroke their egos. :D

I wonder if the reverse works too.. you do/say the opposite of these compliments to men you want to repel and don't want to have anything to do with, at tantanan ka na.. :D

eto naman daw tips for the men (the married ones)...

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10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Wife

It’s a pity no one states the things not to say to your wife ever.

But if we had to had to bribe the pundit to read out the top 10 commandments of what a husband must never mention to his wife instead of wedding vows, this is what it would look like

1. “Maybe you should go on a diet.”

Yes, looking after your house and keeping it habitable has affected how she looks but if you can’t compliment her, don’t ever let her hear this one. Especially when you’re sitting with your perfect tyre in place.

2. “Why don’t you work as long as me?”

Yes, we get it. You’re irritated and need to spark off an argument but talking about what a great sacrifice you make by working is not going to help anyone. Especially if she’s quit her own job to look after the house and kids.

3. “Anand from Accounts is ….”

No, your wife doesn’t want to know about office gossip. When you’re home, she wants you to listen to her not your work problems. At least not every day!

4. “That one looks hot!”

If you have ever said this to your wife while checking out another woman and lived to survive the tale, you know what a landmine this sentence is loaded with.

5. “I don’t feel like talking.”

This can be excused if used sparingly. However, if you want to prevent communication problems in your relationship then you better learn to have an open channel all the time.
6. “All you do is nag.”

Desist from ever saying this. Your wife’s already short fuse will be completely blown if you such this incendiary sentence.

7. “Why do you want to go shopping again?”

Yes, she knows you hate it. But you need to entertain her too and if she likes to go shopping, then tough luck. Deal with it, don’t complain about it.

8. “You’re not really wearing that, are you?”

Unless you’re Narendra Kumar Ahmed or Sabyasachi Mukherjee, questioning her sartorial choices so bluntly is going to cause a major fight. Try and suggest your picks in a more delicate manner.

9. “Must be that time of the month.”

If you think you can use this line as a weapon for a clever retort, you’ve got another thing coming. This can be one of the most insulting, not to mention sexist, things you can ever say to your wife.

10. “You’re acting like your mother.”

The biggest no-no. No woman likes to be compared to another woman, especially her mother. Bear in mind you’re also passing a judgement on her mother with this one. Unless you want to spend an entire year apologising, refrain from ever using this line during your entire marriage.

A marriage is a union between two different people and it can be perfect only if both the people accept each other as they are.

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jul 21, 2012, 07:51 PM
 @bjj- ^that didn't exactly made them sound better  :D
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Jul 27, 2012, 03:28 PM
@bjj- ^that didn't exactly made them sound better  :D
are u referring to the 10 things you should never say to your wife? or this one:

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once in a while, they need you to stroke their egos.

in a related news about ego, this time, smashed ego of a man..

Robert Pattinson packs his bags  (http://ph.omg.yahoo.com/news/robert-pattinson-moves-home-shares-kristen-stewart-195414346.html) (after it was revealed that kirsten stewart cheated on him)
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Robert Pattison has fled his home!

According to People, just a day after Kristen Stewart, 22, publically apologized for her "momentary indiscretion" with director Rupert Sanders, 41, Robert, 26, has reportedly moved out of the home he shares with his girlfriend and "Twilight Saga" co-star.

"I'm not sure they'll be able to recover from this," a source told People of the couple, who still have the second installment of "Breaking Dawn" to promote together in the fall.

Robert is reportedly not in contact with Kristen and is said to be "heartbroken and angry."

Another source told the mag that Kristen's feelings for Rob are still very strong.

"Kristen really loves Rob more than anything," the source said. "He's all that matters to her right now."

On Wednesday, Kristen released a statement to the mag stressing her love for her boyfriend of three years.

"I'm deeply sorry for the hurt and embarrassment I've caused to those close to me and everyone this has affected," she said. "This momentary indiscretion has jeopardized the most important thing in my life, the person I love and respect the most, Rob. I love him, I love him, I'm so sorry."

The actress' love life might be on the brink of collapsing, but her career (and big screen loves) continues to move ahead.

tsk, tsk, tsk... wawa man. :(

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Post by: kithe on Jul 27, 2012, 04:45 PM
^sayang naman si Robert, haha.., kahit di ako nanonood ng twilight, etc... Wala namang bago sa mga celebrities, kung hindi sila nagdidivorce, ayun may ibang ka relationship..

Don't worry Robert, theres so much fish in the ocean..  :watchuthink:
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Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 28, 2012, 02:11 PM
share share share

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Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jul 28, 2012, 03:00 PM
^same goes with ripe mangoes. The best ones for Mango Jam would look like that. i don't know about the enhanced nutrients, though.
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Post by: mikoangelo on Jul 28, 2012, 03:04 PM
^pati din yung apple na brownish n ang kulay....sabi nila magnda daw un sa may problema sa tiyan...

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  SELF CPR

What are you to do if you have a heart attack while you are alone?

The Johnson City Medical Center staff actually discovered this and did an in-depth study on it in our ICU.

The two individuals that discovered this then did an article on it, had it published and have had it incorporated into ACLS and CPR classes. It is very true and has and does work.It is called Cough CPR.

A cardiologist says it's the truth..

Let's say it's 6:15 p.m. And you're driving home (alone of course), after an usually hard day on the job. You're really tired, upset and frustrated.

Suddenly you start experiencing severe pain in your chest that starts to radiate out into your arm and up into your jaw. You are only about five miles from the hospital nearest your home.

Unfortunately you don't know if you'll beable to make it that far.

What can you do?

You've been trained in CPR but the guy that taught the course didn't tellyou what to do if it happened to yourself.
 
Since many people are alone when they suffer a heart attack, this article seemed to be in order. Without help, the person whose heart is beating improperly and who begins to feel faint, has only about 10 seconds left before losing consciousness.

However, these victims can help themselves by coughing repeatedly and very vigorously.

A deep breath should be taken before each cough, and the cough must be deep and prolonged, as when producing sputum from deep inside the chest.

A breath and a cough must be repeated about every two seconds without let up until help arrives, or until the heart is felt to be beating normally again.

Deep breaths get oxygen into the lungs and coughing movements squeeze the heart and keep the blood circulating.

The squeezing pressure on the heart also helps it regain normal rhythm. In this way, heart attack victims can get to a hospital.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Aug 27, 2012, 07:38 PM
yung ka pm ko..inbox full...bura bura po muna ikaw :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: princesslove on Sep 12, 2012, 11:38 AM
nagugutom na ako, I want to stop by at chicken charlie and have my lunch there
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Post by: ngodup10 on Sep 12, 2012, 01:16 PM
Mga tropa naexperience nyo na b makipagkaibgan sa mga bakla? Ako oo kc madami dito sa KSA, kaso mahirap dn pala kc ang ang akala mo kaibigan lang ang turingan nyo yun pala ay may pag nanasa sila sayo..hehhee,hindi naman ako against sa mga bakla ang sken lang dapt hnd ganon
wag naman sila mag samantala sa binibigay mo na friendship, kaya ngayon napag pasyahan ko na hindi na lang sumama sa mga gala nila kahit nakakainip sa bahay eh gnon na lang gagawin ko mabuti pa na ofis at bahay na lang ako at pagtambay sa pmt ang paglilibangan ko para hindi dn ako mainip dito.. :D :D :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Sep 12, 2012, 03:24 PM
pano mo nasabing may pagnanasa sayo? may indecent proposal ba? :watchuthink:
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Post by: ferrariEverest on Sep 12, 2012, 03:31 PM
Sir ngodup,
kahit saan naman may becky. :D
in fairness, d naman lahat ganyan. although may mga naencounter na rin akong ganyan :D
yung iba naman matino at pino ang kilos. marami rin silang category. :D
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Post by: ngodup10 on Sep 12, 2012, 03:55 PM
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pano mo nasabing may pagnanasa sayo? may indecent proposal ba?

Meron nga po tapos nagyaya matulog sa accom nila at magkatbi pa dw kami tpos 1 time nasa comfort room kmi nag atempt cxa halikan ako buti naitulak ko muntik ko na nga masuntok buti na lang at nakapag pigil ako kundi baka napauwi ako ng wala sa oras sa pinas. Asar nga kala ko ayos na kaibigan yun naman pala my may pagnanasa sa akin.hehehe

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Sir ngodup,
kahit saan naman may becky.
in fairness, d naman lahat ganyan. although may mga naencounter na rin akong ganyan
yung iba naman matino at pino ang kilos. marami rin silang category.

Sir Fe hindi ko naman nga nilalahat meron lang ilan na hindi cguro makapag pigil sa libog nila.. :hihi: :hihi: :hihi:

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Subject: Proud fathers at a reunion....
 
Four guys, who hadn't seen each other in 30 years,
were reunited at a party... 
 
After several drinks, one of the men had to use the rest room.
Those who remained talked about their kids.
 
The first guy said, 'My son is my pride and joy.
He started working at a successful company at the bottom of the barrel. 
He studied Economics and Business Administration and soon began to climb the corporate ladder and now he's the president of the company.
He became so rich that he gave his best friend a top of the line Mercedes for his birthday.'   
 
 
The second guy said, 'Darn, that's terrific! My son is also my pride and joy. He started working for a big airline, then went to flight school to become a pilot.
Eventually he became a partner in the company, where he owns the majority of its assets He's so rich that he gave his best friend a brand new jet for his birthday.'
 
 
The third man said: 'Well, that's terrific! My son studied in the best universities and became an engineer. Then he started his own construction company and is now a multimillionaire...
He also gave away something very nice and expensive to his best friend for his birthday: A 30,000 square foot mansion.'
 
 
 
The three friends congratulated each other just as the fourth returned from the restroom and asked:
'What are all the congratulations for?'
 
One of the three said: 'We were talking about the pride we feel
for the successes of our sons...
 
What about your son?'
 
The fourth man replied: 'My son is a callboy and he makes a living
dancing as a stripper at a nightclub.'
 
The three friends said: 'What a shame... What a
disappointment.'
 
The fourth man replied: 'No, I'm not ashamed. He's my son
and I love him. And he hasn't done too bad either. His birthday was two weeks
ago, and he received a beautiful 30,000 square foot mansion, a brand new jet and a
top of the line Mercedes from his three boyfriends.'
 :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
 
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: daphne on Sep 16, 2012, 02:39 PM
Anung hotel or accomodation mag stay sa bora?
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Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 01, 2012, 06:30 PM
  :think: interesting...

FYI lang....walang bastos sa open minded  :laugh:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2210784/British-men-bigger-penises-French-according-survey-manhood-sizes.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2210784/British-men-bigger-penises-French-according-survey-manhood-sizes.html)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 14, 2012, 12:42 PM
courtesy of my new 'tithtant who listens to the radio:

Anong tawag sa jubet na lalake? As in, mistress ang girl, anong tawag sa guy? (the woman is economically superior, if you get my drift)

Heto pa-- faux pas ko yata  'to for the week. Number two being interviewd by moi ( i already knew she is number 2(apple of the eye). Ni-tsimis ng mother of his wannabe husband (habang naghihintay ang mag-partner sa reception area)---in sign language palibhasa may dalawang instrument sa loob ng bibig nya. <I know, she is very talented. ok  :D) ---ituloy ko na--- sa part na civil status biglang, "ahhhhh- legally single?" ang nasabi ko. Drats!!!  :-[

There is no skirting that part. Andun kasi yung may kasama na maski single ka, may anak na ba- normal or caesarian delivery, ages of the kids, etc.,single ulit, malapit ng ikasal blah blah blah. Those details have a bearing on the way we agree on the frequency and duration of appointments. Time-frame available to us, too.

So, if it were you- how would you ask "the question"? Pls. bear in mind that i'm a very direct person. Paano magtanong ng may finesse  :hihi:
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Post by: vicces on Oct 15, 2012, 07:18 AM
Legally, ang babaeng nakiki-apid sa lalaking may asawa, ay isang concubine-- at sila ay sinasampahan (no pun intended) ng kasong concubinage.

Pag lalaki ang nakiki-apid sa babaeng may asawa, ang tawag, stud. Wehehe hindi... supposedly adulterer dahil adultery ang ginagawa nila diba. Kaso pag sinabing adulterer, parang yung babae pa rin ang naiisip natin. Parang sa Scarlet letter, may mark silang A.

Sa mga kasong nabasa ko, ang usual na ginagamit for "lover boy" e paramour. But even that word is gender-neutral. And with how the word sounds, parang sympathetic pa rin sa lalaki may "amour" or love talaga... unlike pag sinabi mong kabit or mistress to refer to a woman similarly situated, bumabalibag sa tenga at may kasamang Pang-iinsulto.  as if this ain't enough, minsan tinatawag din silang home wrecker.

In short, di ko nasagot ang tanong sa itaas. :D

Adieux.





Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Oct 15, 2012, 01:11 PM
Dalawa lang ang tawag sa mga lalaki, yung isa nangangaliwa, dahil hindi daw satisfied sa kanyang asawa? adulterer ba vicces?
Yung isa, boytoy, kasi ang medyo may edad na babae na gusto eh mas bata ang kasama nila..and kay vicces din galing ang word na yun..  :hihi: genius talaga si bossing vicces..  :watchuthink:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: princesslove on Oct 15, 2012, 01:41 PM
just to inform everyone lang, may unlimited rice si chicken charlie katipunan branch tuwing tuesday.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 15, 2012, 02:29 PM
Dalawa lang ang tawag sa mga lalaki, yung isa nangangaliwa, dahil hindi daw satisfied sa kanyang asawa? adulterer ba vicces?
Yung isa, boytoy, kasi ang medyo may edad na babae na gusto eh mas bata ang kasama nila..and kay vicces din galing ang word na yun..  :hihi: genius talaga si bossing vicces..  :watchuthink:


Boytoy<<<--- yan din ang sagot nung vet. kagabi. Nasa coffee table kasi yung magazine na jlo ang cover, nabasa nya siguro. Pasunod ko naman- maski 50 yrs. old na yung guy? wala naman daw kasing ibang may insultong dating.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 20, 2012, 06:33 PM
how about "kept man"? pero parang dialogue sa movie ni maricel soriano ko lang nadidinig yan. :D

boytoy na 50 yrs old? pwede pa rin siguro, tipong pareho silang nagsesecond childhood na. :hihi: parang bridges of madison county level ang love-team. :D

So, if it were you- how would you ask "the question"? Pls. bear in mind that i'm a very direct person. Paano magtanong ng may finesse  :hihi:
Direct na may finesse, hmm, parang ganito:

bjj: Matanong kita... mukha ba akong ____?
Patient: Hindi po.
bjj: Buti ka pa, oo. (sabay smile. pero make sure lang walang mga pointed objects sa paligid, just in case)

:watchuthink:

matanong ko na rin... bakit daw ang dami yatang pinoy movies ngayon na puro ka-mistressan ang subject? lumalaki na nga ba ang market at mga nakaka-relate? wala ako napanood ni isa man sa kanila... the mistress, no other woman, the secret affair??? not sure about the titles. anyway, parang madami nga... either si derek ramsay o john lloyd ang pinag-aagawan...

i am waiting for the catholic church and moralists to make angal about this, kasi parang niroromanticize, najujustify ang "kabit system". e hindi ba't number one user ang mga yan ng contraceptives? just sayin'.

di ako magugulat if ang next project ni derek may working title, courtesy of ff... The Jubet.  :hello:

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Post by: freefront on Oct 20, 2012, 07:43 PM
how about "kept man"? pero parang dialogue sa movie ni maricel soriano ko lang nadidinig yan. :D

>Well, ang "mistress" naman kasi puede ring "kept woman" ng single man. Babytoy na lang pag bata, boytoy pag medyo gurang na   :hihi:

boytoy na 50 yrs old? pwede pa rin siguro, tipong pareho silang nagsesecond childhood na. :hihi: parang bridges of madison county level ang love-team. :D

> parang wala namang yatang economic consideration yung "Bridges of Madison County"? TL yata yun, 'no?

 Direct na may finesse, hmm, parang ganito:

bjj: Matanong kita... mukha ba akong ____?
Patient: Hindi po.
bjj: Buti ka pa, oo. (sabay smile. pero make sure lang walang mga pointed objects sa paligid, just in case)

:watchuthink:

> Hindi ko kaya yata yan  :hihi: Nung nasabi ko yung "legally single", nakatingin ako sa form, nasa kaliwa ko si guy, nasa kanan si gel.

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matanong ko na rin... bakit daw ang dami yatang pinoy movies ngayon na puro ka-mistressan ang subject? lumalaki na nga ba ang market at mga nakaka-relate? wala ako napanood ni isa man sa kanila... the mistress, no other woman, the secret affair??? not sure about the titles. anyway, parang madami nga... either si derek ramsay o john lloyd ang pinag-aagawan...

^ Ako rin. That's new to me. Ang alam ko lang, pag sexually loaded na ang mga films, tag-hirap na talaga. Tipong kailangan ng super distracting na tema para may suspension ng reality maski 2 oras lang.

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i am waiting for the catholic church and moralists to make angal about this, kasi parang niroromanticize, najujustify ang "kabit system". e hindi ba't number one user ang mga yan ng contraceptives? just sayin'.

You forgot the jubet who provides the kids that can't be had with the original wife  :D

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di ako magugulat if ang next project ni derek may working title, courtesy of ff... The Jubet.  :hello:

>dapat realistic. Mayaman ang girl dahil pang-gym pa lang ni Derek, laksa-laksa na  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 20, 2012, 08:01 PM
>Well, ang "mistress" naman kasi puede ring "kept woman" ng single man. Babytoy na lang pag bata, boytoy pag medyo gurang na   :hihi:
Approve! Use the terms accordingly. :D

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> parang wala namang yatang economic consideration yung "Bridges of Madison County"? TL yata yun, 'no?
^ay, oo nga, di ko napansin yung economic angle...

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> Hindi ko kaya yata yan  :hihi: Nung nasabi ko yung "legally single", nakatingin ako sa form, nasa kaliwa ko si guy, nasa kanan si gel.
Next time, lagyan mo na lang ng "Its Complicated" option sa data sheet mo para hindi ka mailang magtanong. LOL

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>dapat realistic. Mayaman ang girl dahil pang-gym pa lang ni Derek, laksa-laksa na  :hihi:
^at mahilig yata yan sa mga expensive cars.. e panga pa lang nya, ulam na. kaya go lang, kesehodang mamulubi ang lolah! tignan mo si vicki belo, on to her next toy. :rofl:



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Post by: Archcavalier on Oct 20, 2012, 08:51 PM
  :think: interesting...

FYI lang....walang bastos sa open minded  :laugh:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2210784/British-men-bigger-penises-French-according-survey-manhood-sizes.html (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2210784/British-men-bigger-penises-French-according-survey-manhood-sizes.html)

@Sir Miko, based from what I have heard and I believe you have heard of this too.
that some of the pinay in the gulf prefer Indians and Pakistanis because they have bigger penises that the pinoys.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 20, 2012, 10:41 PM
May narinig din akong ganyan,pero meron parin yung issue ng smell  :laugh:

Pero ano ba naman ang amoy kung kapalit naman e libreng grocery,loptop,at kung ano anong gadgets  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Oct 22, 2012, 03:12 PM
try to imagine a them giving a roadkill phython a BJ... its disgusting!!!
its like trying to breath in poisonous gas... voluntarily living in hitlers gas chambers its preposterous!!!

it gets one thinking, that he does not need to be good looking or have a build body.
being obese, rolling in his own filth for as long as he has a fat wallet is absolutely OK.
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Post by: vicces on Oct 23, 2012, 10:12 PM
^the kid is back.

>Well, ang "mistress" naman kasi puede ring "kept woman" ng single man. Babytoy na lang pag bata, boytoy pag medyo gurang na   :D

Mali yan^.

Pag gifted yung lalaki ang tawag--
DAKOytoy

Tapos pag cradle snatcher yung babae, ang twag sa alaga nya--
Putoytoy

Tapos Tapos pag kailangan na ng viagra nung lalaki sa sobrang tanda--
Kuluntoy

Tapos tapos tapos... Kapag girl on girl ang laro, ang tawag:
Tomboytoy :hihi: :harhar:

Pag alaga ni bajoyjoy--
Bajoytoy


:-*
au revoir







Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Oct 23, 2012, 10:31 PM
Au Revoir Simone, singer yun ah.  :hihi:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFG-cUQ1a8k&feature=youtube_gdata_player
 (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFG-cUQ1a8k&feature=youtube_gdata_player)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Oct 24, 2012, 12:37 AM
was on vacation hiatus.
I will rate NAIA terminal 1 this Thursday. I might be able to post it by Saturday or Sunday provided I get my ass out of bed.

huh! :think: I should have rate it when I arrived.

oh well, I highly doubt awful will change into good just after a month.  :taaskilay:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 24, 2012, 07:39 AM
^Remember to say the quality of air is already much better here. Not pollution! The smell the smell...  :hello:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 24, 2012, 07:48 PM
INTERESTING FACTS

1. If you yelled for 8 years, 7 months and 6 days, you would have produced enough sound energy to heat one cup of coffee.

2. If you fart consistently for 6 years and 9 months, enough gas is produced to create the energy of an atomic bomb.

3. A pig's orgasm lasts for 30 minutes.
(In my next life I want to be a pig)
(How'd they figure this out, and why?)

4. Banging your head against a wall uses 150 calories an hour.
(Still can't get over that pig thing)
(Don't try this at home...maybe at work?)

5. Humans and dolphins are the only species that have sex for pleasure.
(Is that why Flipper was always smiling?)
(And pigs get 30-minute orgasms? Doesn't seem fair)

6. The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.

7. Right-handed people live, on average, nine years longer than left-handed people do.
(If you're ambidextrous do you split the difference?)

8. The ant can lift 50 times its own weight, can pull 30 times its own weight and always falls over on its right side when intoxicated.
(intoxicated?)

9. Polar bears are left handed.

10. The catfish has over 27,000 taste buds.
(What can be so tasty on the bottom of the pond?)

11. The flea can jump 350 times its body length.
It's like a human jumping the length of a football field.

12. A cockroach will live nine days without it's head, before it starves to death.

13. The male praying mantis cannot copulate while its head is attached to its body. The female initiates sex by ripping the male's head off.

14. Some lions mate over 50 times a day.

15. Butterflies taste with their feet.

16. An ostrich's eye is bigger than it's brain.
(I know some people like that.)

17. Starfish don't have brains.
(I know some people like that too.)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: uloadvendo on Oct 25, 2012, 10:31 AM


3. A pig's orgasm lasts for 30 minutes.
14. Some lions mate over 50 times a day.


Hmmm, I wonder what if its possible to crossbreed a pig and a lion. :D
Wala ka nang ginawa sa buong maghapon.
Paano ka maghahanap buhay?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 25, 2012, 10:58 AM
^yung munang "why da ell would anybody  stick around watching them pigs?"  :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Oct 25, 2012, 11:34 AM
^Who said anything about watching? :-) I bet some people would now want to be reincarnated as pigs if not lions in their next life... :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 25, 2012, 12:39 PM
Baka kaya a lot of men are called pigs these days. They act like one, hoping in their next life, kakarmahin sila at maging pig na nga. :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 25, 2012, 12:49 PM
girls, ayaw nyo bang ma experience nararanasan ng mga pigs  :think:
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 25, 2012, 01:01 PM
30 minutes of O, miko? hindi ba para ka ng inatake ng epilepsy nun. :rofl: hindi ka kaya mawalan ng malay within the first 5 minutes? :D

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Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 25, 2012, 07:26 PM
At least,kung sakali mang matuluyan ka e laki ng ngiti mo...heaven n heaven ang dating... :laugh:

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Brazilian student sells virginity for $780,000

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/brazilian-student-sells-virginity-780-000-044334930.html (http://ph.news.yahoo.com/brazilian-student-sells-virginity-780-000-044334930.html)

^Pwede ba to sa pinas? :watchuthink:
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Post by: jetz on Oct 25, 2012, 09:22 PM
At least,kung sakali mang matuluyan ka e laki ng ngiti mo...heaven n heaven ang dating... :laugh:

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Brazilian student sells virginity for $780,000

http://ph.news.yahoo.com/brazilian-student-sells-virginity-780-000-044334930.html (http://ph.news.yahoo.com/brazilian-student-sells-virginity-780-000-044334930.html)

^Pwede ba to sa pinas? :watchuthink:

kakalungkot mang sabihit nangyayari nga ito dito sa atin!.. :watchuthink:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: suntzu on Oct 26, 2012, 04:43 AM
kakalungkot mang sabihit nangyayari nga ito dito sa atin!.. :watchuthink:
i think wrong investment yan. for $780k? for virginity? mas cheaper kung pinakasalan na lang nya (with pre-nup agreement). even if he spends $50k sa wedding, ok na, tapos, spend another 50k as lawyer's fees = gastos nya $100k lang.

well, kung may pera ka nga naman, you can spend on anything stupid.

i advise that girl to resell her virginity. mag pa vaginal reconstruction sya and then get a virginity re-certification from the doctor.

i call this high-end prostitution!!!LOL
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Post by: jetz on Oct 26, 2012, 08:44 AM

i advise that girl to resell her virginity. mag pa vaginal reconstruction sya and then get a virginity re-certification from the doctor.

i call this high-end prostitution!!!LOL
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mukhang magandang source of income yan , every time ma soled out ang virginity nya magpa reconstruct again and again and again!.. :hihi:   
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on Oct 26, 2012, 09:56 AM
sikat na naman pala si miko sa post nyang 'interesting facts'..

..... pigs and lions ..... :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 26, 2012, 02:26 PM
i advise that girl to resell her virginity. mag pa vaginal reconstruction sya and then get a virginity re-certification from the doctor.


nice advise...girls,you know what to do... :hihi:

sikat na naman pala si miko sa post nyang 'interesting facts'..

..... pigs and lions ..... :D

basta may mga ganyang post dito alam mo na kung sinong pasimuno...si vicces..

ewan ko ba kung bakit yun ang napansin nila..pwede namang yung 9. Polar bears are left handed.o diba kakaiba yun,kaliwete pala sila..pero napansin pa nila yung walang kamalay malay na nag oorgasm na pig..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Oct 27, 2012, 12:46 AM
Orgasm is the beginning of the end....
if you do orgasm for 30 mins a day, I believe junior would be no bigger than a peanut and you will be slimmer than a twig afterwards...
another 10 mins and you would die of dehydration...

If I were a lion, I would pity the girl...
at the end of the day you can fit a train inside and you have to replace her everyday...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 31, 2012, 01:21 PM
shocker or not?

Man sues his wife for being 'ugly'
http://ph.she.yahoo.com/man-sues-wife-ugly-112500477.html

No, it’s not just a brilliant bit of Photoshopping, this is the same woman, before and after cosmetic surgery. Definitely a case of nip tuck wizardry but why’s this making headlines around the world? Because her husband (now ex) has taken her to court and won a $120,000 settlement for being duped by her ‘fake’ beauty.

The crazy ruling has taken place in China and started after Jian Feng and his wife (who’s still unnamed despite her picture being beamed across websites around the world)  got pregnant with their first child. The man described his daughter as ‘incredibly ugly’ when she was born and said she resembled neither him nor his wife. And so Jian began to accuse her of cheating on him. After months of false accusations, Jian’s wife couldn’t take the strain any more and decided to come clean – no, she hadn’t had an affair, but the reason their daughter looked nothing like her was because in fact she’d spent $100,000 on dozens of plastic surgery procedures to transform her looks. Only she’d never told her husband about her little makeover.

So naturally, what would a loving husband and father do? Divorce his wife of course and win the whopping payout (awarded by a male judge, surprise surprise). Hmm, you’ve got to wonder what kind of man would shun his own child because he thinks she’s too ugly – one who was shallow enough to only love his wife for her looks, perhaps?

(http://l.yimg.com/os/401/2012/10/30/630uglywife-jpg_141523.jpg)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Oct 31, 2012, 01:40 PM
^This really happened? Uneffingbelievable (ayan, nahawa na ako kay ff!).
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 31, 2012, 01:52 PM
^i know,right?! and to think, nagparetoke ang girl precisely so she get hitched. Sobrang gwapo kaya nung antipatikong lalaki?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 31, 2012, 01:54 PM
 :laugh: nice nice..

pwede din pala yan.sa pinas  ang iniisp pag di kamukha ang anak e iba ang ama  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 31, 2012, 02:06 PM
^This really happened? Uneffingbelievable (ayan, nahawa na ako kay ff!).

Hey! The above is guaranteed by your freedom of speech  :D

:laugh: nice nice..

pwede din pala yan.sa pinas  ang iniisp pag di kamukha ang anak e iba ang ama  :hihi:

I was thinking the same of Regine's son  :watchuthink: (hey,hey, they are all over the print ads for sunlife) Can you imagine how the kid would feel? Tambak ang tukso na napulot lang sya. Ako, okay lang nung bata ako sa tuksuhan na ganyan kasi my face is neither here nor there pero noo pa lang, wah na deny. Alam na talaga  :hihi:

Hala, maghanda na lang ng DNA report hangga't hindi pa nakapagparetoke.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 31, 2012, 02:18 PM
di ko pa nakita ang baby nila.. di naman guapo si ogie diba? ;)

the child will most likely be scarred for life-- tawagin ba naman ng sariling ama na 'incredibly ugly'. A face not even her own parent could love. :cry:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Ping on Oct 31, 2012, 02:29 PM
Teka, teka, di ko alam kung may nakapansin, pero ang kambal anak ni Carmina Villaroel, kamukha ni Aga M?


  :bday:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Oct 31, 2012, 02:40 PM
^Ikaw talaga, Ping. Minsan ka lang susulpot, may intriga ka pa.:-)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 31, 2012, 02:53 PM
Teka, teka, di ko alam kung may nakapansin, pero ang kambal anak ni Carmina Villaroel, kamukha ni Aga M?
  :bday:
ang showbiz ni ping! :D

mas kamukha pa nga ni aga yung anak ni mina kaysa sarili nyang anak. :-) But they say ang kamukha talaga nung bata ay yung mom ni carmina.


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Ironkiwi on Oct 31, 2012, 03:09 PM
makikita iyan kapag medyo nagteenager na sila, ha ha ha

Maiba ako, di ba na link si Crista Ranillo kay Pacman at balita noon si Pacman ang ama ng pinagbubuntis nya, kaya ng lumabas yung pics nila medyo sinipat ko maige kung may hawig kay Pacman, sa ganang akin ay wala. Kayo pakisipat nga, :hihi:
ang showbiz ni ping!

mas kamukha pa nga ni aga yung anak ni mina kaysa sarili nyang anak. :-) But they say ang kamukha talaga nung bata ay yung mom ni carmina.



:hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Oct 31, 2012, 03:38 PM
makikita iyan kapag medyo nagteenager na sila, ha ha ha

Maiba ako, di ba na link si Crista Ranillo kay Pacman at balita noon si Pacman ang ama ng pinagbubuntis nya, kaya ng lumabas yung pics nila medyo sinipat ko maige kung may hawig kay Pacman, sa ganang akin ay wala. Kayo pakisipat nga, :hihi: :hihi:

we are so bad  :hihi: Ako, nagbilang pa ng buwan parang pasok naman sa husbandah.

Tagal ko na ring naririnig yung kay Mina. Parehas kasi silang may dimples ni Aga. Pati yata si Zoren din naman.

Teka pala, from a legal standpoint, puede na ba yung concealment ng ganyan tiny fact na basehan ng katsugihan ng union dito sa atin?

Mas matindi yung kakilala ko, bjj. Nanay mismo ang nagsabi na mukhang "bakes" > say the last syllable with your front teeth ending up on edge to edge position> yung baby nya. Meaning, mukhang unggoy daw. The kid was covered in fine balbon all over,  and a face that ...... ....sarap ihulog sa hospital bed yung nanay.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Oct 31, 2012, 05:14 PM

Mas matindi yung kakilala ko, bjj. Nanay mismo ang nagsabi na mukhang "bakes" > say the last syllable with your front teeth ending up on edge to edge position> yung baby nya. Meaning, mukhang unggoy daw. The kid was covered in fine balbon all over,  and a face that ...... ....sarap ihulog sa hospital bed yung nanay.

word of the day----> bakes ... :laugh:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Oct 31, 2012, 05:54 PM
Teka pala, from a legal standpoint, puede na ba yung concealment ng ganyan tiny fact na basehan ng katsugihan ng union dito sa atin?
Concealment, ng pagpaparetoke? I’m not in family law, di ko lang ka-sure :D But what I know there are only specific forms of concealment (tantamount to fraud) na pwedeng gamitin as grounds for annulment (alcoholism, addiction, STD, homosexuality, pregnant with another man’s child) at hindi kasali ang “concealment of an extreme makeover” as grounds. :hihi:

pero baka pwede pa rin "absence of consent" (essential requisite of a valid marriage) and make the marriage void from the beginning.

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Teka, is it possible for a child to have dimples even if both parents have none? O namamana lang talaga yan?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Oct 31, 2012, 06:54 PM
di ko pa nakita ang baby nila.. di naman guapo si ogie diba? ;)


Para sa akin cute naman si Ogie da Pogie, may dating siya, nakita ko na kasi siya in person.  :hihi:
Since isa akong Ina, huwag kaagad husgahan ang itsura ng baby, pag lumaki yun, mas gwapo.  :watchuthink:

And to promote na rin ang Sun Life..   :Dhttp://www.sunlife.com.ph/philippines/About+us/Newsroom/News+releases/2012/Ogie+Regine+and+Baby+Nate+Invite+You+to+Experience+SMARTER+Life?vgnLocale=en_CA (http://www.sunlife.com.ph/philippines/About+us/Newsroom/News+releases/2012/Ogie+Regine+and+Baby+Nate+Invite+You+to+Experience+SMARTER+Life?vgnLocale=en_CA)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bilagan2004 on Oct 31, 2012, 07:25 PM
Trending sa yahoo news ngaun ung lalaki na ngfile ng divorce sa asawa nyang babae kasi ang pangit dw ng anak nila. D raw kamukha ng ama at d rin kamukha ng ina kya pinaghinalaan nya ung asawa nyang babae na pinipindeho cya, un pla ngparetoke ang babae at pinakita ung original na picture. Sabi ng lalaki kya pla napaka-ugly rw ng baby nya, ngmana sa ina nong d pa retokada..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Archcavalier on Oct 31, 2012, 10:15 PM
Full disclosure should be given before the marriage...
Both parties should be made aware of their respective past physical or emotional...

with regards to the topic above, at least he married a girl.
you don't want to find out the reason your wife cant give birth is because back then she used to have this ((.)=* was part of a biker gang and had a full beard.

The Multi Million Dollar Lawsuit...

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2 OFWs jailed in Saudi for owning condom

By Dennis Carcamo Home Updated October 25, 2012 04:39 PM 2 comments to this post

MANILA, Philippines - Two overseas Filipino workers were sent to jail when Saudi Arabia's cultural police, locally known as Muttawa, found from one of them a condom in a wallet, a migrants’ rights group said on Thursday.

Migrante-Middle East regional coordinator John Monterona said last August 31, the Muttawas raided the two OFWs’ accommodation adjacent to Riyadh’s commercial district and arbitrarily searched all their personal belongings including their wallets where a condom was found on one of the wallets.

"'Geron' and 'Roy' (not their real names), who were able to speak over the phone to their kin, said they both were shocked and furious that their accommodation was raided and on that same day were sent to jail allegedly for possession of a condom and pornographic video stored in a cell phone," Monterona added.

Monterona  said  the two OFWs were detained in Al-hair jail also in Riyadh.

"The two OFWs were charged of prostitution, a crime punishable with six months to one year plus a hundred of lashes, if proven guilty,”he added.

The group has already relayed the case to the Philippine embassy’s Assistance to the Nationals (ATN) section.

“We were given an assurance by the Philippine embassy’s ATN official that they will closely follow this case and will recommend to the DFA (Department of Foreign Affairs) to hire a local lawyer to defend them in court,” Monterona added.

He said they have also asked the Philippine embassy in Riyadh to raise the issue to appropriate Saudi authorities regarding arbitrary raid on OFWs' accommodations in search for evidence.

"We appeal to the concerned authorities to respect our rights as migrant workers and human beings as we vow to strictly follow the immigration rules and respect the social norms and tradition of the host government," he said. 

I never new condoms were this dangerous...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Nov 04, 2012, 08:03 PM
word of the day----> bakes ... :laugh:
sinasabihan ako ng ganyan ng nanay ko nung bata ako, pag lagi ako nakaakap... "singa aka-iliw ya bakes". :duh:


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Parehas kasi silang may dimples ni Aga. Pati yata si Zoren din naman.
agree. +10000 pogi points sa anak nila dahil sa dimples.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Nov 05, 2012, 10:59 AM
I never new condoms were this dangerous...

Arch- I don't get why the charge is prostitution? On second thought, nevermind. It's KSA.
sinasabihan ako ng ganyan ng nanay ko nung bata ako, pag lagi ako nakaakap... "singa aka-iliw ya bakes". :duh:

FG, may foreign language na naman 'o! :evil: ^  tweet pala si vicces  :hihi:

I can tell you though, it feels good to cuddle little ones, especially when they just had their evening baths. BUT, when you just got home from work and they smell like carabaos that just got in from under the sun? Hay, naku! Timping matindi. Ang tawag ko sa kanila, parang mga kuting na palubid-lubid sa mga binti mo maski saan ka dumako. Tapos, pag umupo ka sa sofa, may magpapakandong, may yayakap sa braso mo, tapos, hindi pahuhuli yung pinakabata, uupo sa backrest at ipupulupot ang mga braso sa leeg mo.

I have a sofa fantasy because of that^. When I can afford it, I will buy myself an overstuffed leather sofa- it has to be Natuzzi- and anybody who would dare to share that seat while I'm on it, will immediately land on the floor  :angel:


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agree. +10000 pogi points sa anak nila dahil sa dimples.
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@bjj---may dimples ba si vicces? Tignan mo yan o ^ 10,000 pogi points!  :rofl:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Nov 05, 2012, 11:21 AM
^Gusto mo ng pic? ;)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Nov 05, 2012, 11:49 AM
^alin? 1X1 na full body?  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Nov 05, 2012, 12:18 PM
Pwede bang magpost dito ng picture ng pwets? Andun ang dimples ko e, magkabilang pisngi. Loln

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Nov 16, 2012, 03:02 PM
12 Signs That You Need To Get Laid
Nov. 15, 2012
By Ryan O'Connell - www.thoughcatalog.com

1. Your full size bed is filled with magazines, your computer, and crumbs. Basically everything but a warm human body. No matter how hard you try or what technological advances are made, you will never be able to spoon with your laptop. Give it up. Also, you haven’t washed your sheets in a month because you figure there’s no point. No one else is having to lie in your filth so who cares?

2. The last time you had sex, Rebecca Black’s “Friday” was the “Call Me Maybe.”

3. Your body tenses up when someone accidentally brushes past you on the subway. OMG, human touch. Hon? Come back! What’s your sign?!

4. You’re starting to get attracted to anyone with a pulse. “I really don’t know why everyone talks sh*t about Danny Devito’s appearance. Like, I think he’s kind of hot in this weird, adorable way. The Penguin was kinky!”

5. You vacillate between having the sex drive of a 15-year-old boy and a 50-something woman going through menopause. One day you think you’re going to explode with sexual frustration and the next you’re thinking of prescribing Paxil/Viagra to your penis so it can get out of this slump.

6. You start to honestly miss the person you dated in high school. “Maybe I really did love them,” you think to yourself while lying in bed next to a jar of Nutella — your hot date for the night. “I know we only dated for three months when we were 16 but I remember it feeling special. Should I call them right now? Oh, I forgot, they’re married with kids. Oops.”

7. You are beginning to believe that you’re hideous and no one is going to ever touch you again. You can’t even fathom that you actually used to have an active sex life. Who was that person and where did they go? You need to watch How Stella Got Her Groove Back for pointers.

8. You’re drinking. And eating. And drinking. And eating. Your rationale for displaying such excessive behavior is “If no one’s going to see my naked body again, why not have some fun and destroy it?”

9. If you’re a straight girl, you start to seriously consider becoming a lesbian. FYI though, you can’t just “become” a lesbian. You don’t wake up one day with a sudden taste for vagina. It’s not like developing a taste for mushrooms, olives, or blue cheese. IT’S PUSSY. IT’S EMOTIONS. It’s The L Word!

10. You forget what sex is actually like. Should you ask one of your friends? You’ve had sex before but your memory is spotty. You just recall a bunch of smacking sounds and grunting and then eating thai food afterwards.

11. Your orgasms from masturbating are becoming weak and depressing. Is it possible to fake an orgasm while jacking off? Don’t stick around to find out!

12. YOU ARE STRESSED OUT. WHY ARE YOU SO STRESSED OUT? OMG, WORK IS SO STRESSFUL AND BREATHING IS SO STRESSFUL. YOU NEED A MASSAGE OR AN ENTIRE PUMPKIN PIE TO TAKE THE EDGE OFF. OR, MAYBE, JUST MAYBE… YOU NEED TO GET f*cked.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Nov 16, 2012, 03:10 PM
^How did the ef word get spelled out in your post?  :taaskilay:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Nov 16, 2012, 03:15 PM
ewan, copy-paste lang yan e... try ko nga

f*ck.

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oo nga, ayaw... isa pa, gawin din nating past-tense


f*cked.

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^ayun pwede. ;)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Nov 16, 2012, 04:14 PM
Natawa ako dun sa post ng isang fb friend:

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May nagbebenta ng mga branded perfumes sa office, original daw. Ang mga nakasulat sa brochure:

Beutiful

Dance with Gavenchy, at ang pinaka-panalo sa lahat…

TOMMY HILFINGER


:hihi: ang comment ng bjj: paki-order nga ako ng 1 year supply nyang Tommy H.! :rofl:


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Post by: freefront on Nov 16, 2012, 05:17 PM
^Class A na authentic imitation?  :hihi:
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Post by: vicces on Nov 16, 2012, 07:39 PM
BREAKING NEWS:

Thai serial panty thief detained
(11-16 15:04)

Thai police said Friday they had discovered thousands of items of stolen women's underwear at the home of a robbery suspect, the second time the man has been found hoarding undergarments this year.

Danai Raiwech, 48, was arrested at his home in a Bangkok suburb on Thursday after police searched his property in connection with a US$325,000 heist at a jewellers, AFP reports.
His wife was found wearing items of stolen jewellery, but during the search officers also uncovered bags full of underwear.

"He confessed that he obsesses over underwear and uses it for masturbation,'' Police Colonel Napanwut Liamsanguan told AFP.

"He collected underwear for many years, stealing them from houses or apartments three or five each time. I stopped counting at 2,000 pieces of underwear but there must be more than 5,000 of them I'm sure,'' he said.

His wife was apparently aware of his problem but he had refused to see doctor, the policeman added.

In January officers found more than a thousand items of underwear in the trunk of Danai's car after they arrested him for burglary, while several thousand more were uncovered at his house during a subsequent search.

He was bailed on that occasion after admitting stealing and collecting women's underwear since the age of 18.

Napanwut said he would be charged for the jewellery robbery but it would be difficult to prosecute for the underwear theft because the owners must first file a complaint to police.
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Post by: kithe on Nov 16, 2012, 10:27 PM
Six Healthy Habits of Frugal People
 
Being frugal means having control over your spending habits and making choices that can help you save.

Easier said than done, right? It may seem easy to do, but it’s not. If you’re tired of living paycheck to paycheck and sick of making excuses so that you can skip dinner or can’t afford to go to a movie with your friends because you’re low on cash then you need to become more frugal. Wouldn’t you want to spend freely?

Well here are six healthy habits of people that live a happy and frugal life.

1. Maintenance
Frugal people take care of their purchases because they treat them as a form of an investment. Frugal people know that maintenance is a lot cheaper than repair.

Maintaining their bodies by regularly exercising, going for a jog or a walk in the park because they know it is important. They follow strict maintenance schedules for their cars and houses.
Before buying any new item, frugal people look into the idea of fixing the older one first.

2. Set a Budget
Keeping a track of their spending and setting precedence is vital. Frugal people focus on two things: where to save and where to spend if necessary. Focusing on long-term goals, they prioritize, keeping a balance between spending and saving. Occasionally they do splurge, but that’s something they planed to do. They set budgets for special things like family vacations, rather than unnecessary things. By budgeting, they understand their financial position.

3. Research
Understanding that they have to spend money, when frugal people spend money, you can be sure they researched prior to spending. The prime concern of frugal people is quality rather than purchasing cheap things. A rule that, frugal people will always follow, is spend more time in research when to the amount spent for purchase is high.

4. Prioritize
Knowing what you’re doing and why? Are important motivators that help you set things in accordance to what’s more valuable and worthy to you. Once you organize your priorities, you’ll understand that it’ll be much easier for you to reach your goals.

Frugal people have learnt how to balance their lives and set priorities as first things first, they value both time and money and know how they need to spend each of them.

5. Understanding Needs over Wants
Frugal people understand the difference between a need and want, so they constantly ask themselves if something is a need or a want before making any purchase. Like is it necessary to have it? Can you live without it? Frugal people focus more about what’s needed, once that taken care of that they move on to their wants. Again prioritizing is key here. If they want something, frugal people will plan out accordingly and save for it.

6. Make instead of Buying
Frugal people understand markup, so they make things that can easily be made at home so they won’t have to buy it and save a ton of money.

So if you’re tired of looking at your empty wallet at the end of the month, follow these 6 healthy ways of frugal people and you’ll be able to splurge on your own time.
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Post by: freefront on Nov 17, 2012, 05:13 AM

2. Set a Budget
Keeping a track of their spending and setting precedence is vital. Frugal people focus on two things: where to save and where to spend if necessary. Focusing on long-term goals, they prioritize, keeping a balance between spending and saving. Occasionally they do splurge, but that’s something they planed to do. They set budgets for special things like family vacations, rather than unnecessary things. By budgeting, they understand their financial position.

^Bah! Nothing works!
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Post by: vicces on Nov 18, 2012, 01:42 PM
Patapusin naman muna kasi....

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Public mastubator to Seattle cops: Wait until I'm finished (http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mobileweb/2012/11/16/public-masturbator-to-seattle-cops-almost-done_n_2145499.html?ncid=edlinkusaolp00000003)

Luckily, the cops came first.
A repeat public masturbator in Seattle was arrested Wednesday while pleasuring himself in an alley, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports.
The unidentified 35-year-old suspect was sitting on a staircase with his pants down and "in the throes of self-flagellation," a Columbia City neighborhood police spokesman told the publication. But he wouldn't stop, telling cops that he was "almost finished."
Authorities arrested and jailed the man for indecent exposure. Earlier in the day, police were notified that the man had been walking around the neighborhood yelling at and grabbing people.
Public masturbation seems to be coming to every town these days.
In September, a man masturbating on women in three separate subway attacks in New York City got off on probation and avoided jail time. In Louisiana in April, a prominent Christian pastor was convicted of obscenity after he masturbated at a public park near a children's playground last year.

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Post by: kithe on Nov 18, 2012, 02:51 PM
 :bday: one year na pala akong tambay dito sa PMT. :hihi:
 madami din akong naging friends at natutunan... :thankyou:  :cool2:
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Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 18, 2012, 02:57 PM
Happy birthday...paburger ka naman...
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Post by: kithe on Nov 18, 2012, 03:00 PM
^sure miko, pag uwi mo.. may sundae pa.  :D
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Post by: vicces on Nov 18, 2012, 03:38 PM
1 year ka na?  :bday:  Matagal kang lurker?

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Post by: kithe on Nov 18, 2012, 03:48 PM
@vicces, sa kabilang forum (pex) ako tambay nun, lately lang din ako naging tambay dito.. :rakenrol: :cool2:
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Post by: daphne on Nov 21, 2012, 10:17 PM
Guys may question lng ko any feedback about usana philippines?
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Post by: fortinet on Nov 22, 2012, 10:43 AM
ang alam ko sa usana banned sa china...
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Post by: daphne on Nov 22, 2012, 06:08 PM
ang alam ko sa usana banned sa china...
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ang alam ko sa usana banned sa china...


THNKS FOR THE INFO...;0
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Post by: vicces on Nov 25, 2012, 01:08 PM
PMT gels, what say you? for educational purposes only.


Women tuning in to porn - study

PARIS - Who said porn was a man's thing? A study released on Friday challenges the myth, showing that four fifths of French women have watched a porn movie before -- one in two of them without their partners.

Fully 82 percent of women questioned said they had watched an X-rated film at least once before, compared to 99 percent of men, according to the study of 579 women carried out by the IFOP polling institute in September.

Their number has jumped from 73 percent in 2006, and from as little as 23 percent in 1992 according to a major INSERM study on French sexuality carried out at the time, IFOP's Francois Kraus told AFP.

"In the space of a few years it has become an accepted thing for women to watch pornography, partly thanks to the Internet, and video-on-demand services that made porn more accessible and took away the shame factor," he said.

Sixty two percent of women said they watched porn to spice up their sex life with a partner, but fully one in two had also done so on their own.

"Women are now consuming porn by themselves," Kraus said. "That goes hand in hand with a widening of sexual behaviour, and changing attitudes towards sex toys or fellatio for instance."

"And of course it raises the issue of masturbation, one of the great taboos of female sexuality. There is a real generational break, with women in their forties and younger much more willing to admit the practice."

So what do women make of the films on offer? Women attached most importance to a natural-looking cast, a priority for 40 percent, while "realistic" sex scenes were essential for 35 percent, and for 48 percent of under 35-year-olds.

Most women felt strongly that the industry caters only to male fantasies, a view shared by 71 of women against 61 percent of men.

Likewise 72 percent felt the films on offer were "highly degrading" to women, against 50 percent of men, and 57 percent said they were too violent, compared to 41 percent of men.

Overall, women were still far less assiduous watchers than men, with only five percent of porn consumers watching frequently -- once a month or more -- against 34 percent of men.

Another 13 percent watched a few times a year, compared to 29 percent of men.

Frequent women viewers were younger, making up 17 percent of under-25s against less than five percent of the over-35s. And women with no sex experience were the most eager, making up a third of all regular viewers.

Based on a representative sample of 1,101 people aged 18 and over, the study was commissioned by Marc Dorcel, a provider of pornographic content, to mark the launch of a new porn site targeting the women's market, Dorcelle.com.
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Post by: yllor on Nov 25, 2012, 10:11 PM
ganito na ba mga tao sa pinas.. masagi lang kahit sasakyan papatay na..  :fight1:

katakot....

MANILA, Philippines — The husband of a US diplomat stabbed dead in an early morning altercation at the gate of a posh Makati village just so happened to have hurt the egos of his four attackers when he gave the silver Volvo car they were riding in a hard tap, police said.
George Anikow, 41, an inactive US marine officer, died on Saturday morning after he was mauled and fatally stabbed at the back and left shoulder in an event so random he and the other men hardly knew each other, Senior Supt. Manuel Lukban, Makati police chief, said in an interview.
The suspects identified as Juan Alfonzo Abastilla, 24; Crispin dela Paz, 28; Osric Cabrera, 27; and Galicano Datu III, 22, have been charged with murder.
Covering their faces with towels to avoid television cameras, the four underwent inquest proceedings at the Makati prosecutor’s office on Sunday afternoon.
The four were arrested by the Makati police on Saturday moments after the fatal stabbing and when they were about to flee.
Abastilla, Dela Paz, and Cabrera are profiled as businessmen living in Makati while Datu is a student of De la Salle University in Manila. The four are believed to be from well-to-do families, according to the police.
“There was no deeper reason why they attacked the American. Nakalalake lang. (Their egos were just hurt),” Lukban told the Philippine Daily Inquirer.
The Makati police said the four on board a silver Volvo (TOJ 886) were being checked by a security guard at the gate of Rockwell Center along Kalayaan Avenue when Anikow who, then appeared to be drunk, broke into the conversation.
“You need to present your ID, the guard is checking you,” Anikow told the men in the Volvo car, the Rockwell security guard said.
The men ignored him but the driver Abastilla asked for the name of the American before he rolled up the car’s window.
But the Volvo-riding men lost their cool when the American gave their Volvo a tap. They alighted the vehicle and ganged up on the victim.
“The victim was able to run away but the attackers caught up with him and mauled him again,” Lukban said.
Witnesses said the victim fell to the ground, bleeding from the stab wounds in his body.
Before fleeing, one of the attackers even threatened the on-duty security guard saying: “Wag kang magsusumbong. Huwag mong kunin ang plate number namin, gago yan (You don’t report this.  Don’t take down our plate number.  That guy’s no good).”
Chief Superintendent Benito Estipona, director of the Southern Police District, said the policemen on three mobile patrol cars, upon getting an alert from Rockwell security guards, were just in time to block the suspects’ path along Estrella St., in Barangay Poblacion, Makati City.
A bloodstained tactical knife was found at the front passenger seat of the suspects’ vehicle.
Lukban said the US Embassy officials have been in constant contact with the Makati police after learning about the killing.
“They are looking forward to the immediate filing of the case,” Lukban said.
The victim, a dependent of one of the officers of the US Embassy, was awaiting order from the US Marine to be called to duty, the police said.
Lukban said the Makati police opted to file murder, a non-bailable offense, instead of homicide since the attackers chased the victim “with the intent to kill.”

http://globalnation.inquirer.net/57853/sharp-tap-on-silver-volvo-triggers-murder-of-us-diplomats-husband (http://globalnation.inquirer.net/57853/sharp-tap-on-silver-volvo-triggers-murder-of-us-diplomats-husband)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Nov 26, 2012, 12:06 AM
^Volvo car+ hard tap= road rage
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Post by: GoodSteward on Nov 26, 2012, 08:18 AM
^well off suspects vs. diplomat victims... Sana tutukan ng US embassy.

Another form of road rage : (Warning: Dont scroll down your car windows)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBEuwun2d0c
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Post by: bajoyjoy on Nov 26, 2012, 09:21 AM
^Volvo car+ hard tap= road rage
multiplied by men with bruised ego's (nakakalalake) = heinous crime


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PMT gels, what say you? for educational purposes only.


Women tuning in to porn - study

Vicces, counted ba ang mga leaked intimate videos ng mga celebrities, as p0rn? Those kinds na nashe-share pa through phones?
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Post by: vicces on Nov 26, 2012, 03:46 PM
I don't know, wala pa akong muwang sa mga bagay na yan... :D si mikoangelo baka makasagot, madaming koleksyon nyan.. :watchuthink:



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Btw, i just read, Celso Ad Castillo, director na gumawa at nagpasikat ng maraming sex films noong 70s-80s, ay pumanaw na, sa edad na--- 69.

RIP.
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Post by: bauer on Nov 26, 2012, 05:12 PM
Btw, i just read, Celso Ad Castillo, director na gumawa at nagpasikat ng maraming sex films noong 70s-80s, ay pumanaw na, sa edad na--- 69.

RIP.


Napaisip tuloy ako dito. 69 = Celso Ad?
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Post by: vicces on Nov 26, 2012, 06:21 PM
^Parang ayaw pumayag ni bauer na 69 lang si celso ad.. :D
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Post by: kithe on Nov 26, 2012, 08:33 PM
^Hehe. Nagmatch ba numero? Bingo!  :D
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Post by: bauer on Nov 28, 2012, 12:20 PM
^Parang ayaw pumayag ni bauer na 69 lang si celso ad.. :D

Irony or Fate???
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Post by: vicces on Nov 28, 2012, 12:46 PM
^puwetic justice.. May sense of humor din na kasama. :hihi:

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Post by: bauer on Nov 29, 2012, 01:32 AM
@vicces,

kapag 69 ba laging may 'PUWETic' justice?
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Post by: daphne on Nov 29, 2012, 03:28 AM
Napaisip tuloy ako dito. 69 = Celso Ad?


 :hihi: :hihi: :hihi: yan ang sinsabi na kapalaran talaga...
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Post by: kithe on Nov 29, 2012, 08:40 AM
Exercise muna tayo..  :D

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QMTCEDAx8_A (http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=QMTCEDAx8_A)

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Post by: freefront on Nov 29, 2012, 04:45 PM
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^You won't qualify anyway. I don't think pen pals have the cred to back you up   oh, and you don't have a dog- says a lot about a man's character 

Aba may baon na comeback. Yung pen pal ko definitely hindi ko sasama sa “trusted friend” as reference. Masyadong honest^, imbes i-build up ako, lalo akong masisira. #characterassasination

Saka admittedly, I do have very very limited resources. Kaya I have to prioritize taking caring of people over pets. Unlike somebody here who has the financial capacity to take care of a barangay and one azkals team.

ahhhh... ok. At least, hindi two-faced, divah  :hihi: Thanks for thinking highly of my financial state, but I handle money---I don't own them.
 'Tas, me dogs aren't really mine. They have their own dada. Yaya lang ako. Their people try to re-imburse all the expenses of keeping them. Tsaka, very sorry history naman kasi sila lahat.
Yung spitz, dinala nung isang ex-GF kasi naninira ng mga pricey na halaman ng mommy nya. The last victim was worth 3K daw na hybrid na ornamental plant. Hayun, napalayas ang spitz.
Yung dachsund, pinalayas din kasi smelly-stinky sya. Panu naman, yung lola ng isang little boy namin, pinapakain sya ng bokchoy, broccoli at asparagus. Eh di pati utot, mabantot. May b.o. pa. Malagkit na nga ang kili-kili, smelly pa kasi boy na very excitable. Nag-dogfood and lots of human touch -hayun bumango din.
Tapos yung princess na shih tzu, over-enthusiastic super! Bespren nya lahat! Pagkakita dun sa 4 yr. old girl na pagreregaluhan- sumugod sa kawag sabay tahol sabay lick sa bata. May tumili, nag-freak out at----iniwan ang pretty dog sa akin.
Si poochie---the pitbull, formerly known as Datu. You guessed it! He has the personality of a baby. Ampak! Kaya tinawag na lang na poochie para daw may element of surprise. Ganito:" Here poochie!" may lalapit na little horsie dog- Surprise!!!  :D (I was hoping he'll grow into his ears or out of those big ears- lalong lumaki ang tenga na parang lantang dahon ng pechay  :( )

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Heto pa. Burndvinyard said something about being a "salaried employee"---unless people who use the internet &  self-employed people like me---will register their names as a business entity( as they do in other countries where your name is the "business" and you pay yourself), they won't qualify. That's a large swath of population sample. #blabbering with the thought of a long weekend that could go mad 

well, self-employed people like you won’t be interested in it anyway. P43k loan for all that bother, I bet anyone who will frisk you at any given time will find  that amount of moolah in your person stashed in between your daster and undergarments.  o kaya naman you can easily produce it in just one sitting, with a simple command sa kaharap mo ng, “Nganga!” (zzzzzngg, zzzznggg, sabi ng deadly weapon ni ff-- ano ba tawag dun, drill talaga?)

Well, this self-employed suffers the irregularity of income sometimes. No work, no pay. Tsaka, I don't carry moolah on my person, except that amount to cover some kamatis I might accidentally step on somewhere  :hihi: And the thing is called a rotary handpiece with a diamond encrusted tip attached to it  :D And I do more of cutters and pliers than that thing.

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Btw, [OT] uso pa ba magpalagay ng gintong ipin, ff?

^ only with a certain ethnicity and I don't personally do it. That thing gives me more trouble in the office when I encounter it. Say gum disease- not caused by the noble metal itself, but the cement used to lute it.


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I fordats.... ang port ko---pasko na! Red and green, red and green  :hihi:
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Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 04:59 PM
makiki ot lang ako sa uspan nyo...

naalala ko lang nina,usapan ng mga traders...

http://ph.she.yahoo.com/build-food-reserves-survival-kit-145235679.html (http://ph.she.yahoo.com/build-food-reserves-survival-kit-145235679.html)

^go PGOLD    :hihi:


I fordats.... ang port ko---pasko na! Red and green, red and green  :hihi:
^congrats on your port..just in time for xmas  :p
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Post by: vicces on Nov 29, 2012, 05:57 PM

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I fordats.... ang port ko---pasko na! Red and green, red and green 
^congrats on your port..just in time for xmas  
christmas lights na lang ang kulang.. Bili na ng MER! #jockeymode

ahhhh... ok. At least, hindi two-faced, divah  :hihi:

hindi lang. May fetish din sya to strip me naked in public. :D

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very sorry history naman kasi sila lahat.
ako din may sorry history... #paawangtuta

Bibilib na sana ako sayo kung may siberian husky ka.. :bahalaka:

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And I do more of cutters and pliers than that thing.

^dentista ka ba or electrician? :)





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Post by: yllor on Nov 29, 2012, 07:34 PM
random thread daw...
mentalidad ng tao.. sa mga holiday..

sa businessman .. ang holiday ay sakit sa ulo lalo na kung mayroon madaliang proyekto.. lugi negosyo..

sa mga empleyado .. ang holiday ay pasko kasi walang trabaho.. meron pa sweldo..
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Post by: mikoangelo on Nov 29, 2012, 07:55 PM
^LSIMHBIWFEFMTALOL

^Laughing silently in my head because it wasn’t funny enough for me to actually laugh out loud.

 :laugh:
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Post by: vicces on Dec 02, 2012, 07:53 PM
freefront, dahil alam kong meron kang itinatagong pagnanasa dito sa author...

Chemical Roots of Flirting by Teddy Boy Locsin, Jr.
MARGOT LESTER in Match.com writes that during flirting, neurotransmitters are fired or released in a way that decides how the flirting will go; whether we start it or give up; and how we react to it when someone else flirts with us.

Pet scans of the brain show activity in the amygdala, nucleus accumbens, the ventral tegmental area, not to mention the cerebellum, hippocampus, prefrontal cortex and pituitary gland, all of which apparently light up as Miriam Defensor-Santiago noted they had failed to do in the brains of the House prosecution panel in another context. All these neural fireworks in the head result in either a positive or negative physical response in or to flirting.

So far, so murky. But in down-to-earth terms, Lester explains that when we see someone, our brains scan his/her appearance and attributes; and if these are pleasing, the brain lights up one way and if not, another way; by attraction or repulsion. If the response is attraction; dopamine pours in; if it is repulsion, dopamine dries up along with any prospect of a relationship.

This is actually good. First impressions are usually right. Without first impression you may pursue a relationship with someone you couldn’t stand in the first place; someone you will dislike even more, with deeper and longer acquaintance. Indeed, first impressions are good and dependable, especially if they generate dislike.

But if they generate attraction, it is best not to leave it at that but dig deeper to see if the first impressions run really deep; such as if she is really that good-looking under another lighting, and if he is really rich after spending so much on the first date. We are looking here for staying power. None of this research, however, improves much on what really gets the brain sparkling: to wit, good looks, plenty of money, expensive gifts or a capacity for sweet talk that defies even the utter lack of those qualities. Those mysteries have yet to be plumbed, as we will, in time.
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Post by: freefront on Dec 02, 2012, 08:55 PM
First of, I had a crush on him when I was 21. Big crush. Humongous  :D He would throw insults that "float like a butterfly, sting like a bee" #been watching "kachow!". Actually, he was as subtle as Dolly Parton's pair of puppies are as unnoticeable.  :hihi: Somebody told me he now acts like an old man who lost his marbles. Still, most mornings on the way to training, his editorials on "Today" and me---always a blast.

That explains why people flirt even in their sleep. At least, for people who developed the art of doing it and get their high at getting a reaction, whichever kind.

"None of this research, however, improves much on what really gets the brain sparkling: to wit, good looks, plenty of money, expensive gifts or a capacity for sweet talk that defies even the utter lack of those qualities."

^I'm dead. I'm allergic to sweet talk. How am I ever gonna get the going when I'm already lacking in the first two departments?  :'( :cry: :-D
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Post by: vicces on Dec 27, 2012, 11:20 PM
kailangan pa bang imemorize yan?

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94% of Pinoy men watch porn: survey

ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 12/26/2012 9:59 PM | Updated as of 12/27/2012 11:20 AM

MANILA, Philippines -- An overwhelming majority of Filipino men watch pornographic materials, according to a survey conducted by a local men's magazine.

Of the respondents in a poll by FHM Philippines, 94% admitted to watching porn "with no inhibitions whatsoever." The report on the survey results, published Wednesday on the magazine's official website, did not detail the actual number of participants in the poll.

The demographics of the respondents were also not disclosed.

Dubbed the "Yearend Sex Survey," the poll delves into men's preferred alternative to intercourse in the absence of a sexual partner. It also looks into the preferences of men within these given alternatives, such as watching porn, and availing of "extra service."

According to the survey results, 4% of Pinoys have stopped watching pornographic materials, 1% are still considering it, while 1% said they do not watch porn at all.

Of the 94% who admitted to engaging in the activity, 59% prefer watching pornographic videos that show heterosexual sex. Sixteen percent like seeing threesomes in porn; 6%, "gangbangs" or one female with multiple male partners; 9%, female-on-female; and 6%, interracial sex.

Outdoor sex, one-night stands

While most of the participants watch porn, a good 36% of the total respondents said they still regularly engage in sex. Thirty percent claim the same case to happen on a daily basis. "It humbles down to 27% who claim doing it every once in a while, with 24% experiencing otherwise," the report said.

Of the total participants, 9% said they have yet to engage in sex, and turn to pornography for sexual satisfaction.

When given options on their preferred kind of sexual intercourse to be engaged in, majority of the respondents (56%) pointed to "normal, heterosexual sex."

One-night stands ranked second as the preferred kind of sex, with 27% of participants favoring it; outdoor sex, 10%; threesomes, 5%; and "S&M" or sadomasochism, 1%.

'Extra service'

"Extra service" was a topic also touched on by the survey. The term usually refers to for-pay services that may range from physical intimacy to actual sexual intercourse.

According to the poll results, 27% said they have tried some form of "extra service." Eight percent of these respondents, however, said they do not plan to engage in any more "extra service."

Thirty-nine percent of Filipino men, according to the survey, claim to have not tried any kind of "extra service." Twenty-six percent of them, however, said they intend to do so.

Asked on their preferred location for engaging in sexual activities from "extra service," 33% of the respondents cite motels; 17%, at home; 29%, "extra service joints"; 14%, preferred beer house or bar; and 7%, via online means.

For the participants in the survey who have tried "extra service joints," the reaction to the experience are mixed.

Despite the flirting and physical intimacy, the service "still feels like it's all business" for 39%. "Some, however, are saying it will do (23%), it’s actually sexy (22%), it’s a fantasy-come-true (9%), and it’s too sleazy (6%)," the report said.

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/lifestyle/12/26/12/94-pinoy-men-watch-porn-survey
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Post by: freefront on Dec 31, 2012, 09:04 AM
http://money.msn.com/personal-finance/money-smart-your-2013-guide-if

1. You're starting college, or---your parents are.....  :D
2. You're graduating from college
3.You're landing your first job

and so on....

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jan 22, 2013, 02:31 PM
Share ko lang, really funny, but intelligent insights of Jessica Zafra on the disastrous Ricky Lo-Ann Hathaway interview...

Analyzing Anne Hathaway, Dissecting Ricky Lo
http://interaksyon.com/article/53257/jessica-zafra--analyzing-anne-hathaway-dissecting-ricky-lo (http://interaksyon.com/article/53257/jessica-zafra--analyzing-anne-hathaway-dissecting-ricky-lo)

Why are we frothing over Ricky Lo's interview with Anne Hathaway? When I watched the video my first reaction was embarrassment. But who exactly was I embarrassed for: Lo, Hathaway, or myself?

As celebrity interviews go, this is not the most dumbass we've ever seen. On the scale of inanity, it's average. Granted, we are connoisseurs at the cringe-making interview. (We remember the one where a local TV host talks to a Brazilian model and discovers that she is of German descent. "Heil Hitler!" he exclaims. And he does the Nazi salute. On television. I’m not sure, but there may have been a laugh track to go with it. Note: Never do that in Germany.)

What went wrong with the Hathaway interview? It doesn't sound that different from the veteran entertainment editor's other interviews, and they did not elicit this level of Internet execration. There was the one where he was talking to a British musician who was a former soldier and his question was: "You're a licensed pilot. Have you ever flown a plane?" That incident flew - haha - under the radar; the musician is not as popular as Anne Hathaway and Les Miserables. (Of course Pinoys love Les Miserables, it’s got singing and crying.)

Lo's first question to Hathaway is a doozy - if it makes it onto a T-shirt, I'm buying one. Recite it with me: "You lost 25 pounds for the role of Fantine. How did you do it and how did you gain it back?" I'm sure Lo meant the question to be an expression of his admiration.

Weight is always a highly charged issue in show business: actors are slammed mercilessly when they put it on, and suspected of anorexia when they lose it. Movie stars win Oscars by gaining/losing a lot of it (Charlize Theron in Monster, Christian Bale in The Fighter. Fine, they were brilliant, but the weight got them noticed). At this point Hathaway is a lock for the Best Supporting Actress Oscar, and her weight has something to do with it.
 
Unfortunately when Lo poses the question to Hathaway, cultural differences come into play and it sounds like he's calling her fat. That's not going to put her in the mood. Bad enough that she probably had to do 50 of those interviews in a row. (It's like the "Horse and Hound" scene from Notting Hill.) Not being Pinoy, Hathaway is not used to strangers greeting her with, "Uy, ang taba mo ngayon, ah!" (Hey, you're fat now!)

Then they discuss how she prepared for her role, and she mentions researching the "emotional toll…of being a sex slave." He does not inquire if she has ever been a sex slave. However, later on he asks how someone like her who is perceived as privileged could identify with her character (i.e. wretched and oppressed). "Have you ever experienced to be hungry? To be poor, and you know, just like the character?"
In the Philippines this is an acceptable question to ask an actress. Entertainers are expected to divulge their deepest, darkest secrets. We’re an inquisitive people. Ask for directions on the road, and you will be asked why you’re going there, who you’re meeting, and whether you’re married.

In places where acting is regarded as a serious profession, it can get you slugged. Actors are a very sensitive lot; it comes with the territory. You do not need to be attacked by acid-spewing monsters on a spaceship to play Ripley in Alien (although Method actors would find some equivalent). It would seem that Lo is challenging Hathaway's credibility at playing a miserable waif who is dying of consumption.
"That's a very personal question," Hathaway replies rather testily. Lo laughs, probably from embarrassment. I’m only watching a computer screen, but I want to run away and hide behind the sofa.

Then he mentions his "friend from the Philippines", Lea Salonga, who has played Fantine onstage to great acclaim. This is very Pinoy, name-dropping the famous, although we can't claim it only happens here. In the presence of foreigners we’re eager to mention internationally recognized Filipinos, American reality show contestants of Filipino descent, anyone we can claim as our own. This is a potentially embarrassing situation: if they don’t know who we're talking about, it may feel like our entire nation has been snubbed. I suspect we do this because we get very little attention in the global media, although that seems to be changing.

At least Lo didn't show Hathaway his photos with Lea and other celebrities or make her promise to accept his friend request on Facebook. He does show her a message from Lea on his phone. Hathaway is profuse in her praise of Salonga, and basically says she can’t compare with the Filipino singer. She is self-deprecating: "If you think of me as an actor who sings, rather than a singer, I would probably be more impressive." Well played. They talk about Hathaway's mother, who had also played Fantine onstage, favorite scenes in the movie, Oscar chances, etc. (Anne Hathaway definitely deserves that Oscar for The Dark Knight Rises, where she was the only one who seemed to be having fun.) Give Lo some credit for not asking her to sing a line or two from "I Dreamed A Dream".

But as the four-minute interview draws to a close, Lo brings up Lea Salonga again. "Would you like to say any message for Lea, who's looking forward to watching the movie and meeting you in person?" Perhaps he has run out of things to ask Hathaway. Perhaps he thinks that she has been answering the same questions all day, and talking about Lea is the only thing that differentiates him from the other reporters.

"Well, we've already talked about Lea," is Hathaway's reply, and I scurry under the sofa and cover my eyes. At which point Lo says, "What about inviting fans from the Philippines to watch the movie, showing January?"

You have to understand that this is how every celebrity interview on Philippine television ends. The host asks the celebrity to issue a personal invitation to the viewers to watch her movie or buy her album or watch her concert. (Pinoys like the personal approach, we have to feel that we have been acknowledged. Consider how listeners call radio stations to ask the DJs to greet them on-air.) And then the host gives the celebrity a big can of Birch Tree powdered milk and a pack of YC Bikini Briefs (For the man who packs a wallop. Kuya Germs interviewing Hugh Jackman: I'd pay to see that).

"Why don't you invite them?" Hathaway says. "I think they'd much rather hear it from you." Aray. Fortunately the video ends before I have dug a hole in the floor to vanish into.

In sum, the Lo-Hathaway interview is littered with cultural landmines, all of which Lo stepped on. If it were a Filipino interviewing another Filipino, we would not be foaming at the mouth. But he's talking to a foreigner, a world-famous actress whom we admire. And every time a Filipino speaks to a foreigner in an international setting, he automatically becomes the representative of the Filipino nation (He makes us look inarticulate and inane!). We think the whole world is looking on and judging us. That's why we're embarrassed.

Why do we get so worked up over stuff like this? That's another column.

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If you haven’t seen the interview yet, watch it here: http://www.rappler.com/entertainment/20020-video-ricky-lo-interviews-anne-hathaway,-amanda-seyfried  (http://www.rappler.com/entertainment/20020-video-ricky-lo-interviews-anne-hathaway,-amanda-seyfried)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Mar 29, 2013, 08:15 AM
Interesting animal facts

All species have their own unique abilities.

Humans have highly developed brains. Ants never sleep. Elephants can smell water 3 miles away. Snails can grow new eyes…

Enjoy this little journey to the miraculous world of animals. Hope you learn a thing or two along the way!
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Australian termites can build mounds twenty feet high and at least 100 feet wide.
 
Birds don’t urinate.
 
Ants never sleep. Also they don’t have lungs. Worker ants may live seven years and the queen may live as long as 15 years.
 
Horses and cows sleep while standing up.
 
If you lift a kangaroo’s tail off the ground it can’t hop – they use their tails for balance.
 
The horn of a rhinoceros is made from compacted hair rather than bone or another substance.
 
The bat is the only mammal that can fly. The leg bones of a bat are so thin that no bat can walk.
 
Bats always turn left when leaving a cave.
 
A tarantula spider can survive for more than two years without food.
 
Even when a snake has its eyes closed, it can still see through its eyelids.
 
Despite the white, fluffy appearance of Polar Bears fur, it actually has black skin.
 
The average housefly only lives for 2 or 3 weeks.
 
Male mosquitos do not bite, only female mosquito bites.
 
For every human in the world there are one million ants.
 
For every person there are rougly 200 million insects.
 
Even a small amount of alcohol placed on a scorpion will make it go crazy and sting itself to death!
 
Alligators and sharks can live up to 100 years.
 
Rats breed so quickly that in just 18 months, 2 rats could have created over 1 million relatives.
 
A bee must visit 4,000 flowers in order to make one tablespoon of honey.
 
A honeybee has two stomaches- one for honey, one for food.
 
A bee can see the colors green, blue and ultra-violet – but red looks like black.
 
Great white Sharks can go as long as three months without eating.
 
Mayflies live for a year or more as larvae; but as adults they live for only a few hours.
 
Killer whales kill sharks by torpedoing up into the shark’s stomach from underneath, causing the shark to explode.
 
Killer whales are not whales at all, rather a species of dolphin.
 
Most elephants weigh less than the tongue of a blue whale. The heart of a blue whale is the size of a small car.
 
A cockroach can survive for about a week without its head before dying of starvation.
 
When a dolphin is sick or injured, its cries of distress summon immediate aid from other dolphins, who try to support it to the surface so that it can breathe.
 
A dragonfly can spot an insect moving 33 feet away.
 
The heart of a shrimp is located in its head.
 
A snail can sleep for 3 years.
 
The oceans contain 99 percent of the living space on the planet.
 
The fastest bird, the spine-tailed swift, can fly as fast as 106mph.
 
A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime.
 
A newborn kangaroo is about 1 inch in length. It then grows inside its mother’s bag.
 
Dolphins sleep with one half of the brain at a time, and one eye closed.
 
The leech has 32 brains.
 
Camels have three eyelids to protect themselves from the blowing sand.
 
The average outdoor-only cat has a lifespan of about three years. Indoor-only cats can live sixteen years and longer.
 
It takes a lobster about seven years to grow to be one pound.
 
On average, pigs live for about 15 years.
 
Sharks are the only animals that never get sick. They are immune to every type of disease including cancer.
 
Goat’s eyes have rectangular pupils.
 
The placement of a donkey’s eyes in its head enables it to see all four feet at all times.
 
A dolphin’s hearing is so acute that it can pick up an underwater sound from fifteen miles away.
 
A mosquito has 47 teeth.
 
No two zebras have the same markings.
 
Butterflies taste with their hind feet.
 
The sex organ on a male spider is located at the end of one of its legs.
 
Birds do not sleep in their nests. They may occasionally nap in them, but they actually sleep in other places.
 
Lobsters can live up to 50 years.
 
The ears of a cricket are located on the front legs, just below the knee.
 
Bees have five eyes. There are 3 small eyes on the top of a bee’s head and 2 larger ones in front.
 
It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky.
 
Polar bears cannot be detected by infrared cameras, due to their transparent fur.
 
A snail only mates once.
 
Flies have 4000 lenses in each eye.
 
Shrimp can only swim backwards.
 
The owl can catch a mouse in utter darkness, guided only by tiny sounds made by its prey.
 
Strands of spider web are stronger than steel wire of the same thickness.
 
Squirrels can climb trees faster than they can run on the ground.
 
Tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur.
 
Rattlesnakes gather in groups to sleep through the winter. Sometimes up to 1,000 of them will coil up together to keep warm.
 
Cows have four stomachs.
 
The honey bee has been around for 30 million years.
 
An elephant can smell water up to 3 miles away.
 
If you cut off a snail’s eye, it will grow a new one.
 
Oysters can change from one gender to another and back again depending on which is best for mating.
 
A starving mouse will eat it’s own tail.
 
Sharks have been around longer than dinosaurs.
 
A butterfly has 12,000 eyes.
 
The lifespan of 75% of wild birds is 6 months.
 
A Giraffe has the same number of bones in its neck as a man.
 
The blue whale is the largest of all whales and is also considered the largest animal to have ever existed in the world.
 
An adult lion’s roar can be heard up to five miles away, and warns off intruders or reunites scattered members of the pride.
 
Many fish can change sex during the course of their lives. Others, especially rare deep-sea fish, have both male and female sex organs.
 
The average hen lays 257 eggs a year.
 
A scallop has 35 blue eyes.
 
When a dog licks you with a straight tongue, he’s saying “I Love You.”
 
Spiders are believed to have existed for more than 300 million years.
 
Dinosaurs lived on Earth for around 165 million years before they became extinct.
 
We humans share 98.4% of our DNA with a chimp.
 
Each year, insects eat 1/3 of the earth’s food crop.
 
The blood of mammals is red, the blood of insects is yellow, and the blood of lobsters is blue.
 
You should not eat a crawfish with a straight tail. It was dead before it was cooked.
 
Of all known forms of animals life ever to inhabit the Earth, only about 10 percent still exist today.
Title: Happy April Fools' Day
Post by: Prospera on Mar 31, 2013, 08:29 PM


Nobody loves an April Fools’ prank more than the media.

From flying penguins to left-handed burgers, websites, newspapers, television channels and major companies love to get in on the act.

So make sure you don’t get fooled by taking a look at some of our favourite pranks over the years in preparation for April 1.

Continued at...
http://au.news.yahoo.com/odd/a/-/odd/16479889/april-fools-day-famous-pranks/ (http://au.news.yahoo.com/odd/a/-/odd/16479889/april-fools-day-famous-pranks/)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: chiz_wiz on Apr 01, 2013, 01:04 AM
Eraserheads at Duabi.. 3 days na lang!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Apr 01, 2013, 11:24 AM
hirap magtrabaho kapag pre-occupied ang utak..
pati stocks, di ma-handle ng maayos..hahaha
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 09, 2013, 10:44 AM
http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/apr/08/margaret-thatcher-death-etiquette

Good morning, TS! Would you mind posting the whole article? #me using borrowed gadget

Word of the day: hagiography

Definition of HAGIOGRAPHY

1
: biography of saints or venerated persons
2
: idealizing or idolizing biography
 
Examples of HAGIOGRAPHY

a hagiography about a famous politician
The book gives a good idea of his virtues without resorting to hagiography.

#article says not speaking ill of the dead does not apply to public figures

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 09, 2013, 11:23 AM
Margaret Thatcher and misapplied death etiquette


The dictate that one 'not speak ill of the dead' is (at best) appropriate for private individuals, not influential public figures


News of Margaret Thatcher's death this morning instantly and predictably gave rise to righteous sermons on the evils of sneaking ill of her. British Labour MP Tom Watson decreed: "I hope that people on the left of politics respect a family in grief today." Following in the footsteps of Santa Claus, Steve Hynd quickly compiled a list of all the naughty boys and girls "on the left" who dared to express criticisms of the dearly departed Prime Minister, warning that he "will continue to add to this list throughout the day". Former Tory MP Louise Mensch, with no apparent sense of irony, invoked precepts of propriety to announce: "Pygmies of the left so predictably embarrassing yourselves, know this: not a one of your leaders will ever be globally mourned like her."

This demand for respectful silence in the wake of a public figure's death is not just misguided but dangerous. That one should not speak ill of the dead is arguably appropriate when a private person dies, but it is wildly inappropriate for the death of a controversial public figure, particularly one who wielded significant influence and political power. "Respecting the grief" of Thatcher's family members is appropriate if one is friends with them or attends a wake they organize, but the protocols are fundamentally different when it comes to public discourse about the person's life and political acts. I made this argument at length last year when Christopher Hitchens died and a speak-no-ill rule about him was instantly imposed (a rule he, more than anyone, viciously violated), and I won't repeat that argument today; those interested can read my reasoning here.

But the key point is this: those who admire the deceased public figure (and their politics) aren't silent at all. They are aggressively exploiting the emotions generated by the person's death to create hagiography. Typifying these highly dubious claims about Thatcher was this (appropriately diplomatic) statement from President Obama: "The world has lost one of the great champions of freedom and liberty, and America has lost a true friend." Those gushing depictions can be quite consequential, as it was for the week-long tidal wave of unbroken reverence that was heaped on Ronald Reagan upon his death, an episode that to this day shapes how Americans view him and the political ideas he symbolized. Demanding that no criticisms be voiced to counter that hagiography is to enable false history and a propagandistic whitewashing of bad acts, distortions that become quickly ossified and then endure by virtue of no opposition and the powerful emotions created by death. When a political leader dies, it is irresponsible in the extreme to demand that only praise be permitted but not criticisms.

Whatever else may be true of her, Thatcher engaged in incredibly consequential acts that affected millions of people around the world. She played a key role not only in bringing about the first Gulf War but also using her influence to publicly advocate for the 2003 attack on Iraq. She denounced Nelson Mandela and his ANC as "terrorists", something even David Cameron ultimately admitted was wrong. She was a steadfast friendto brutal tyrants such as Augusto Pinochet, Saddam Hussein andIndonesian dictator General Suharto ("One of our very best and most valuable friends"). And as my Guardian colleague Seumas Milne detailed last year, "across Britain Thatcher is still hated for the damage she inflicted – and for her political legacy of rampant inequality and greed, privatisation and social breakdown."

To demand that all of that be ignored in the face of one-sided requiems to her nobility and greatness is a bit bullying and tyrannical, not to mention warped. As David Wearing put it this morning in satirizing these speak-no-ill-of-the-deceased moralists: "People praising Thatcher's legacy should show some respect for her victims. Tasteless." Tellingly, few people have trouble understanding the need for balanced commentary when the political leaders disliked by the west pass away. Here, for instance, was what the Guardian reported upon the death last month of Hugo Chavez:

"To the millions who detested him as a thug and charlatan, it will be occasion to bid, vocally or discreetly, good riddance."

Nobody, at least that I know of, objected to that observation on the ground that it was disrespectful to the ability of the Chavez family to mourn in peace. Any such objections would have been invalid. It was perfectly justified to note that, particularly as the Guardian also explained that
"to the millions who revered him – a third of the country, according to some polls – a messiah has fallen, and their grief will be visceral." Chavez  :yoohoo:was indeed a divisive and controversial figure, and it would have been reckless to conceal that fact out of some misplaced deference to the grief of his family and supporters. He was a political and historical figure and the need to accurately portray his legacy and prevent misleading hagiography easily outweighed precepts of death etiquette that prevail when a private person dies.

Exactly the same is true of Thatcher. There's something distinctively creepy - in a Roman sort of way - about this mandated ritual that our political leaders must be heralded and consecrated as saints upon death. This is accomplished by this baseless moral precept that it is gauche or worse to balance the gushing praise for them upon death with valid criticisms. There is absolutely nothing wrong with loathing Margaret Thatcher or any other person with political influence and power based upon perceived bad acts, and that doesn't change simply because they die. If anything, it becomes more compelling to commemorate those bad acts upon death as the only antidote against a society erecting a false and jingoistically self-serving history.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Apr 09, 2013, 11:45 AM
Is the author saying, good riddance din kay mthatcher? Di ako familiar sa politics ni thatcher (wala pa akong muwang nun! :harhar: )... akala ko she was well-loved and revered lady PM. Alam ko lang atapang na babae sya.

Kung turn na ni GMA, malamang hindi ko rin susundin yung "not speak ill of the dead" etiquette.. :taaskilay:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on Apr 09, 2013, 01:25 PM
buti na lang hindi namamatay mga super hero katulad nila Batman, Superman, Spiderman at maraming pang iba...
madami siguro makikipaglibing (bata man o matanda)!
 :harhar:  :hihi:
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hagiography - > kailangan ba worldwide na kilala yung tao?
yung kay F.E Marcos, considered ba na hagiography talambuhay nya o depende sa mga umiidolo sa kanya.
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meron ba tawag sa talambuhay ng mga alagang hayop tulad ni Kabang?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Apr 10, 2013, 03:11 AM
Is the author saying, good riddance din kay mthatcher? Di ako familiar sa politics ni thatcher (wala pa akong muwang nun! :harhar: )... akala ko she was well-loved and revered lady PM. Alam ko lang atapang na babae sya.

Kung turn na ni GMA, malamang hindi ko rin susundin yung "not speak ill of the dead" etiquette.. :taaskilay:


^ bad taste lang naman daw pag nasa wake ka or you are friends sa deceased. Otherwise, public figures should be open target....

@ yllor- basta yata all praises at sanitized ang boigraphy, hagiography na sya. Yung mga lumabas biography ni Marcos after 1986, parang totoo na. Wala Ng censor eh.

---nakauwi Na ba si KabAng?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Prospera on Apr 10, 2013, 07:54 AM
Learned a new word today--hagiography--thanks to ff! :-)

@vicces: As far as GMA is concerned, I'm not too sure she  deserves all the "demonizing" she has gotten. I mean, is she really that much worse than Erap, or even FVR, for that matter? Take note that  the Fitch people acknowledged her administration's role  in bringing about the economic fruits the nation is starting to reap under P-noy's leadership...Just playing devil's advocate, btw. :-)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on May 06, 2013, 05:30 AM
@Prospera----Ye of little whatever in this world  :D

As far as I am concerned---GMA crossed more lines. She pushed more boundaries that her 2 other predecessors established. She had somebody way taller to hold the bar way up high for corruption. And she did what the lot she'd done with so much garapal, I'm imagining a few politicians who were in her league before, were cringing. Let's hope another Filipino won't challenge her record, in that department.

Vote Wisely. World Peace  :coffee:



From my walk with Datu----Atty. Bimbo Quintos XVI for councilor
                                                                          ^^^------> Does that mean there are 16 generations of Bimbo, and the family can trace their roots that far, or guys---- there is another way to get that number up???  :huh:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on May 06, 2013, 04:24 PM
Learned a new word today--hagiography--thanks to ff! :-)

@vicces: As far as GMA is concerned, I'm not too sure she  deserves all the "demonizing" she has gotten. I mean, is she really that much worse than Erap, or even FVR, for that matter? Take note that  the Fitch people acknowledged her administration's role  in bringing about the economic fruits the nation is starting to reap under P-noy's leadership...Just playing devil's advocate, btw. :-)
Ngayon ko lang ito nabasa, but i do hope prospera that u are just arguing for the sake of argument.

The fitch people are not filipinos, so maybe theres some misapprehension of facts from their point of view. But we should know better.

At this point in time, u already know my tendency to exaggerate, oversimplify and to overuse analogies just to get my point across. I dont wanna be predictable, But wth, heres another one for your indulgence.

Lets say you were murdered by your husband's stalker. And this crazy woman by some gift of treachery and manipulation, was able to fool your husband and he married her. She became the greatest wife your husband can ask for, she doubled the love and happiness thatyour husband used to have with you. She was voted Ulirang Asawa of the Year amongst others.

Can you say that that crazy stalker deserves the acknowledgment and applause?

GMA was NEVER elected President, she stole that seat and made a mockery of our democratic exercise and right of suffrage. That to me was the height of her evilness, wag na nating pag usapan yung mga sinaid nyang kaban ng bayan.. IMHO, No amount of GDP growth or credit rating upgrade can ever legitimize her acts as a sham president.. Ilang milyong Pilipino ang ninakawan nya ng dignidad. Tignan mo kung sino ang matyagang pumipila maghapon sa ilalim ng init ng araw para makaboto-- hindi yung mga mayayaman at bilyunaryo kundi mga manggagawa, katulong at hardinero nila.. Mga ganong klaseng tao, ninakawan pa rin at ginawang gago.

So yes prospera, she deserves the demonizing shes getting, and probably 1,000,000 death sentence would not even suffice (about 1M votes daw ung naging lamang nya kay FPJ). Naiinsulto ako na humihinga pa sya hanggang sa sumandaling ito.

Babu na ang da who, kailangan kong magyakult. ;)

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on May 21, 2013, 06:14 PM
Ep ep where na you... Ito ang anti thesis sa iyong first heartbreak na may 5-letters lang ang pangalan.. Eto 41-- ang first names!

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names (http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names)
Student enrolls–using 41 names

BAGUIO CITY—Incoming high school senior Ratziel is enrolling this week at Urdaneta City National High School in Pangasinan, and he will have to write down his full name. It consists of 40 first names—plus a surname.
Incredible as it may seem, Ratziel, 15, was born Ratziel Timshel Ismail Zerubbabel Zabud Zimry Pike Blavatsky Philo Judaeus Polidorus Isurenus Morya Nylghara Rakoczy Kuthumi Krishnamurti Ashram Jerram Akasha Aum Ultimus Rufinorum Jancsi Janko Diamond Hu Ziv Zane Zeke Wakeman Wye Muo Teletai Chohkmah Nesethrah Mercavah Nigel Seven Morningstar A. San Juan CCCII.
His older brother, 21-year-old Ramuel, is also enrolling at the University of the Philippines (UP) Baguio as a sophomore. He has drawn attention, too, because he has 20 first names.
Ramuel, a biology student, was named Ramuel Spirituel Mattathiah Obadiah Darius Desiderius Abner Macaire Nowell Asa Izzy Zoon Politikon Trigg Gruffydd Keen Kemp Knowles Bonifacio Makabayan A. San Juan.
Their oldest sister, Ramille Lewisse, 25, who operates a Web design consultancy firm in Metro Manila, is not to be outdone. She has shaped a career with a few people knowing she has 20 first names: Ramille Lewisse Marion To Kalon Zoe Vera Natalia Nadezna Zora Hosea Pro Patria Berenice Clotilda Currente Calamo Naomi Nahum Mehetabel A. San Juan.
The middle initial “A”—for Agustin—represents their mother’s surname.
The mental training needed to help each of the siblings get their names in the right order and correctly spelled was provided by their mother, Raquel Agustin, who is teaching high school mathematics in the United States.
Father is to ‘blame’
The kilometric names, however, were all their father’s “fault.”
Their father, Rufino Ramil San Juan V, a former Urdaneta councilor and student activist and campus journalist at UP Baguio in the 1980s, decided that the bureaucracy needed to learn a thing or two about flexibility.
“My first child was born, but I was not happy when people in charge of her documents showed little imagination,” San Juan told the Inquirer by telephone from Urdaneta. “The form had a very short empty line where I was expected to fill out with my daughter’s name. I asked, ‘What if I decide to give my child a longer name?’ and got the reply, ‘You can’t do that.’”
“So I decided that I could do just that,” he said.
“My wife did have reservations as any level-headed, geometrically centered mathematics teacher would,” he said.
Bewilderment, then anger
Twenty-one years and two more children later, San Juan still annoys government employees each time his children need to secure official documents.
He said their requests for birth certificates at the National Statistics Office (NSO) initially brought bewilderment to government clerks—and eventually anger.
The family had to spend some time abroad with Raquel in 2005, but it took the NSO three years to release the birth certificates, which were prerequisites to securing passports and travel documents, San Juan said.
The Department of Foreign Affairs found a way to list down the children’s complete names on their passports (the old green passport, where entries were handwritten), he said. It printed two of their given names on the passport’s inside front cover—and the rest of their names on the passport’s third page.
US visa
Acquiring a US visa was far easier, San Juan said. “The American Embassy employees simply asked the kids, who were very young at the time, to recite their names, and they did. Our papers were quickly processed.”
“My kids are used to that sideshow. When Ramuel was 6, he once confided in us that he was invited to the teachers’ lounge where he was asked to recite his name. He said they always laughed each time he succeeded,” he said.
The San Juan family stayed in Texas, where their children’s lengthy names did not matter, he said. The family returned to the Philippines in 2011.
Another obstacle
But the names of Ramille Lewisse, Ramuel and Ratziel again became an obstacle when their passports needed renewal.
San Juan posted the account at the CNN iReport, (http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-55822), in August 2008: “We’re a Filipino family based in Texas. Last week, we went to the Philippine Consular Office in Chicago to avail of the new machine-readable passports. I was told by the staff that the application papers of my three kids will be referred to the national office in Manila before being processed. I was informed that the new passport can only accommodate 30 characters for a given name.”
“In their original birth certificates, my first two kids’ given names (20 each) appear as ‘see attached’ (which refers to the three extra pages where the names were printed). The space provided in the official form wouldn’t suffice. In the case of my third kid, his given names (40 in all, plus a suffix) were typed in full on the top margin, overwriting the read-before-accomplishing portion,” San Juan wrote.
 
Family legacy
He said the NSO almost stopped him from registering Ratziel’s 40 names—until they were informed about two precedents.
“It turned out the precedents were my first two kids,” San Juan told the Inquirer.
He has taken pains to explain his odd name choices for his children.
In an essay titled, “Origins of the Species,” which he sent to the Inquirer, San Juan said everything began with his father, Rufino Jr., who named all his sons Rufino, following a legacy that began with his grandfathers, Rufino San Juan Sr. and Rufino Zarate.
“Quite naturally, a man with a flair for style and a way with words like our father Rufino Jr., with the blessing of our mother, Remedios, would name their four sons Rufino Ray III, Rufino Ranulfo IV, Rufino Ramil V and Rufino Ronaldo VI,” he said.
Names for love
San Juan said he had since rationalized that his decision to provide his children their unique names “put a finishing touch to my father’s antics.”
That is one version to explain why Ratziel’s name included the Roman numerals CCCII, which stands for “302.”
“I decided to name my youngest the ‘Last of the Rufinos,’” San Juan wrote in his essay.
San Juan said 302 was also the number of his Masonic Lodge, and Ratziel was born on the eve of the lodge’s anniversary.
But the better justification for the lengthy names comes from poet Margaret Atwood, he said in his CNN iReport account: “The Eskimos had fifty-two names for snow because it was important to them: There ought to be as many for love.”


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Quiz on May 21, 2013, 07:04 PM
“My first child was born, but I was not happy when people in charge of her documents showed little imagination,”

I beg to dis agree, the F@king gov't offices don't have imagination more so flexibility when it comes to serving common folks.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Quiz on May 21, 2013, 07:07 PM
random na rin lang,
Bakit yung NSO birth certificate nag eexpire?
Bakit nung manual lang ang pag process ng passport it takes only 3-5 working days, bakit ngayong computerized 3-6 months bago lumabas?
Bakit yung NBI, NSO at iba pang governmtnt issued certifications kailangan pang ia authenticate ng DFA o embassy, fake ba iniissue nila?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on May 21, 2013, 07:27 PM
onga onga...bkit yung NBI pinapa authenticate pa..

ska bakit marriage contract wlang expiration...

nagkaproblema din ako dati sa birthcertificate..kulang ng R yung apelyido ko kasi double R dapat..it took 8 months pra maayos..booooo

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Quiz on May 21, 2013, 08:52 PM
ska bakit marriage contract wlang expiration...

Sinabi ko sa asawa ko yan binatukan ba naman ako hehehe
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on May 21, 2013, 09:15 PM
oissssttttt... eto basahin nyo galing inquirer...

http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names (http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names)

40 names daw...!!!!  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Quiz on May 21, 2013, 09:19 PM
yllor [pinost na  yan ni Vicces  :watchuthink:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on May 21, 2013, 09:50 PM
lolz... oo nga no.. halatang hindi ako nagbaback-read sa thread..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on May 22, 2013, 12:35 AM
good news daw..

yung meron mga TB...

Accidental find shows Vitamin C kills tuberculosis

http://business.inquirer.net/123081/accidental-find-shows-vitamin-c-kills-tuberculosis (http://business.inquirer.net/123081/accidental-find-shows-vitamin-c-kills-tuberculosis)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on May 22, 2013, 08:48 AM
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names
Student enrolls–using 41 names

Those kids must love their father much. Can you imagine any kid being called over just so he can recite all his names like he was a circus freak?

“Quite naturally, a man with a flair for style and a way with words like our father Rufino Jr., with the blessing of our mother, Remedios, would name their four sons Rufino Ray III, Rufino Ranulfo IV, Rufino Ramil V and Rufino Ronaldo VI,” he said.

>>>this answers my question about Bimbo XXIV. Hindi sya 16 generations ng Bimbo.

jLo- eto ^ yung sinasabi ko. Kaya lang, sa 3 major religions, dapat second place yung name ng father. Kasi kung 13 kayong magkakapatid, tapos 7 ang lalaki, hindi na magtatanong kung sino sa 7 ang tatay ng mga collective na mga anak nyo.

Hal: vexacion victor ]
       vixxen victor     ]     si victor ang tatay
       pesther victor   ]
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on May 22, 2013, 10:07 AM
http://newsinfo.inquirer.net/412195/student-enrolls-using-41-names
Student enrolls–using 41 names

Those kids must love their father much. Can you imagine any kid being called over just so he can recite all his names like he was a circus freak?
and pano sila nagsurvive nung early school years, mgkakasya ba 41 names sa pad paper ng grade 1? and pag may quiz na dinidictate lang yung tanong.. tapos na ung quiz ngsusulat pa sya ng pangalan nya..

Quote

Hal: vexacion victor ]
       vixxen victor     ]     si victor ang tatay
       pesther victor   ]

:think:  so pag may time ka, ganyan ginagawa mo, nag iisip ng pangalan ng anak? :harhar:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Quiz on May 22, 2013, 04:02 PM
kaya nga kawawa yung mga bata pero ang galing naman nila at memorize nila buong pngalan spelling and chronology.
may classmate nga ako ng college, birth name nya is Aries, pero pinapalitan nya pangalan nya nung grade school yata ginawang ARIS, mahirap daw yung spelling, hehehe  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on May 22, 2013, 09:37 PM

:think:  so pag may time ka, ganyan ginagawa mo, nag iisip ng pangalan ng anak? :harhar:


estacuses?! That was on the fly. tsiktsak.  :D

may classmate nga ako ng college, birth name nya is Aries, pero pinapalitan nya pangalan nya nung grade school yata ginawang ARIS, mahirap daw yung spelling, hehehe  :hihi:
^tinamad magturo yung nanay. "I before E, except after C" and a few more exceptions......
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on May 23, 2013, 07:53 AM
I have 2 names tapos haba pa ng apelyido ko....from writing(elementary) to drawing 1(college) ngalay na ngalay ako sa pagsusulat ng pangalan...

ang guess what?

yung dalawang daughter ko, tig dalawa din pangalan.... :evil:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on May 23, 2013, 05:09 PM
Maalala ko dati nung nasa Bahrain ako.. yung Bahraini na kasama namin sa office mahaba din name..

meron naman reason kung bakit.. it dictates kung ano name ng ama, ng lolo at ng mga ninuno nya..

Ali bin Hassan bin Mustafa bin Musa bin Tukri Al Makabi

kumbaga Ali na anak ni Hassan na anak ni Mustafa na anak ni ......
_______

bakit nga ba nauso sa pinas na pangalan ang mga anak ng mga banyagang pangalan..
_______

 
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on May 23, 2013, 09:19 PM
^ Biblical nga kasi. Minsan, hanggang tenth na ninuno, kaya nilang banggitin. Kaya daw walang adoption sa culture nila. The child should always know daw kung saan sya galing.

>yung last na binyagan na pinuntahan ko, binilin daw ng pari sa mga parents na dapat may manggaling sa calendar na pangalan ang bata at hindi daw puede ang tipong Ozzy Osbourne  :hihi:

I have 2 names tapos haba pa ng apelyido ko....from writing(elementary) to drawing 1(college) ngalay na ngalay ako sa pagsusulat ng pangalan...

ang guess what?

yung dalawang daughter ko, tig dalawa din pangalan.... :evil:

Iba na ang kaunti lang ang boys sa pamilya  :D Ako lang ang ganun ang apelyido magmula kinder hanggang college. Kaya yung first name ko, initial lang ang sinusulat ko, at least, I got away with it nung college na.

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on May 23, 2013, 11:56 PM
"BEST DIVORCE LETTER EVER"

Dear Wife,
I’m writing you this letter to tell you that I’m leaving you forever. I’ve been a good man to you for 7 years & I have nothing to show for it. These last 2 weeks have been hell. Your boss called to tell me that you quit your job today & that was the last straw. Last week, you came home & didn’t even notice I had a new haircut, had cooked your favorite meal & even wore a brand new pair of silk boxers. You ate in 2 minutes, & went straight to sleep after watching all of your soaps. You don’t tell me you love me anymore; you don’t want sex or anything that connects us as husband & wife. Either you’re cheating on me or you don’t love me anymore; whatever the case, I’m gone.

Your EX-Husband

P.S. don’t try to find me. Your SISTER & I are moving away to West Virginia together! Have a great life!

Dear Ex-Husband
Nothing has made my day more than receiving your letter. It’s true you & I have been married for 7 years, although a good man is a far cry from what you’ve been. I watch my soaps so much because they drown out your constant whining & griping Too bad that doesn’t work. I DID notice when you got a hair cut last week, but the 1st thing that came to mind was ‘You look just like a girl!’ Since my mother raised me not to say anything if you can’t say something nice, I didn’t comment. And when you cooked my favorite meal, you must have gotten me confused with MY SISTER, because I stopped eating pork 7 years ago. About those new silk boxers: I turned away from you because the $49.99 price tag was still on them, & I prayed it was a coincidence that my sister had just borrowed $50 from me that morning. After all of this, I still loved you & felt we could work it out. So when I hit the lotto for 10 million dollars, I quit my job & bought us 2 tickets to Jamaica But when I got home you were gone.. Everything happens for a reason, I guess. I hope you have the fulfilling life you always wanted. My lawyer said that the letter you wrote ensures you won’t get a dime from me. So take care.

Signed, Your Ex-Wife, Rich As Hell & Free!

P.S. I don’t know if I ever told you this, but my sister Carla was born Carl. I hope that’s not a problem :)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: skengel on May 24, 2013, 06:15 PM
"BEST DIVORCE LETTER EVER"

Dear Wife,
I’m writing you this letter to tell you that I’m leaving you forever. I’ve been a good man to you for 7 years & I have nothing to show for it. These last 2 weeks have been hell. Your boss called to tell me that you quit your job today & that was the last straw. Last week, you came home & didn’t even notice I had a new haircut, had cooked your favorite meal & even wore a brand new pair of silk boxers. You ate in 2 minutes, & went straight to sleep after watching all of your soaps. You don’t tell me you love me anymore; you don’t want sex or anything that connects us as husband & wife. Either you’re cheating on me or you don’t love me anymore; whatever the case, I’m gone.

Your EX-Husband

P.S. don’t try to find me. Your SISTER & I are moving away to West Virginia together! Have a great life!

Dear Ex-Husband
Nothing has made my day more than receiving your letter. It’s true you & I have been married for 7 years, although a good man is a far cry from what you’ve been. I watch my soaps so much because they drown out your constant whining & griping Too bad that doesn’t work. I DID notice when you got a hair cut last week, but the 1st thing that came to mind was ‘You look just like a girl!’ Since my mother raised me not to say anything if you can’t say something nice, I didn’t comment. And when you cooked my favorite meal, you must have gotten me confused with MY SISTER, because I stopped eating pork 7 years ago. About those new silk boxers: I turned away from you because the $49.99 price tag was still on them, & I prayed it was a coincidence that my sister had just borrowed $50 from me that morning. After all of this, I still loved you & felt we could work it out. So when I hit the lotto for 10 million dollars, I quit my job & bought us 2 tickets to Jamaica But when I got home you were gone.. Everything happens for a reason, I guess. I hope you have the fulfilling life you always wanted. My lawyer said that the letter you wrote ensures you won’t get a dime from me. So take care.

Signed, Your Ex-Wife, Rich As Hell & Free!

P.S. I don’t know if I ever told you this, but my sister Carla was born Carl. I hope that’s not a problem :)
Hahahahaha Maam kithe pakopya nito  :thankyou:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 07, 2013, 10:09 PM
Sun Life Financial Philippines
Another month has passed again --- how did your mutual funds perform?

Returns of Philippine Mutual Funds: May 2013 : PinoyMoneyTalk.com – Make Money Online, Stocks,...
www.pinoymoneytalk.com
Last month, when we wrote about the Performance of Philippine Mutual Funds (as of April 2013), we wondered if

....so idontoknowhow to post images etc. PMT is on SLFPI's fb page like FG needs more moolah. World Peace  :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 09, 2013, 11:15 AM
@Quizz re: PHL SIM cards being captured in ksa. Somewhat related to this?

http://www.arabnews.com/news/446001

Skype faces ban in Saudi Arabia

“I really don’t understand what they mean by monitoring. Are they going to tap into the conversations I have with my mother and sister? Does that mean they are going to have to wear the veil when they open the camera for me?” pondered Khalid Tunsi, a finance student in the US. “If they cut off these applications, it will make my life really difficult because with this technology I am able to see my mother every day,” he added.

>LOL

WhatsApp is an application that businessmen such as Hani Ayyash use to communicate with his employees and clients for free. “I have created a group for my colleagues and employees, especially when I’m traveling, as I need to be informed about any updates,” he said. “Is CITC giving us lower rates after banning free applications that everyone uses? I believe they should provide us with a replacement because all we want is to obtain lower rates and free communication technology,” he added.

>Protectionism, if they do go ahead with it (lucky cousin of prince so and so for having that telecom license)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: kithe on Jun 13, 2013, 11:40 PM
Just sharing, nabasa ko sa isang blog.. thanks to PH..  :cool2:

Basa basa din pag may time.. :book:  :book:  :book:

"10 Stocks Lessons I had to Learn the Hard Way"

Here are 10 things that anybody trying stock trading should know. Most of these are fairly common sense, but you'd be surprised how many people violate them anyway, in the name of losing money for the sake of stupidity. I know I did. In any case, I'm going to try and save you the hassle of going through some of my most gut wrenching experiences. If you listen, good. If you don't well, treat this as a program brochure for the play "How The f*ck Do You Lose Your Money" starring your trading self.

Oh, yeah, it's written in Tagalog since I wrote it for another website.


1. Pag kumita, wag makati ang kamay at bili ng bili. lalong mawawaldas ang kita mo pag naexcite ka pumasok ulit. Bumili ka na lang ng dvd.

2. Pag nalulugi, wag maging desperado humanap ng ibang stock na makakabawi ng pagkalugi. Mahirap magisip ng tuwid pag desperado. Lalo ka lang mawawalan. Cut loss agad, tapos wag magpadala sa agos ng trading.

3. Wag sakim. Pag nakita mo na may kita ka na at medyo kuntento ka na dito, wag mo na hantayin pa na nasa tuktok na ang presyo. Pag nakalabas na at umakyat pa rin, wag na pumasok.

4. Speaking of labas-pasok, iwasan ito. Broker lang ang kikita. Matutong maging pirmi.

5. Pag maganda ang ekonomiya, buy and hold ang pinakasafe na paraan, except kung "wonderstock" ang usapan. Dapat dun lagi nasa labas na ang isang paa mo palagi. Ready to run palagi, parang si Erap.

6. Wag mangakit ng iba pang tao pumasok sa stock market dahil lang sa isang tip. Marami nang tanga na nalulugi sa market. Wag na paramihin pa. Dadami lang kaaway mo at dadami lang ang katulad ko.

7. Iwasan maging emosyonal. Kung gusto mo magventout, bumili ka ng punching bag, o di kaya makipaginuman ka sa kanto.

8. Wag maniwala sa kahit na sino. Kahit si Andres Bonifacio pa yan, pag may payong stock sayo, pagaralan muna. Hindi lahat ng bagay nabubuhay pagkatapos ng 3 araw.

9. Magbasa dito sa PMT at dyaryo or pwede rin sa internet araw-araw. Hindi lang ng isang guru, lahat. Big picture dapat palagi, parang Imax.

10. Ugaliing magpasalamat. Sa Diyos, sa mga bossing dito sa PMT, sa broker mo, at higit sa sa lahat sa sarili mo, kasi ikaw ang sarili mong boss pagdating sa trading, wala nang iba.

PS.. i replaced a word to PMT..  :hihi: loyal
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 16, 2013, 05:31 PM
Learnings on finances from dad
By Heidi Ng

In honor of Father’s Day, my column for today will be about my father and the financial lessons and wisdom he has taught me. Maybe you can learn a few things from my own experience growing up with a Chinese father who knew the value of money and hard work.

I am sure many of us share the same sentiment of gratitude to our dads for providing for us all these years. I only weaned away from my father when I started working for his company. Earning my keep, though admittedly small, was a good lesson to start.

Financial Lesson #1- If I wanted money, I had to work for it. Once I was out of my university years from Ateneo, I was not getting any allowances from him anymore. He told me that if I wanted to have money, I had to work for it. So, I did work for his company but then I was working for it. It was not free.

Financial Lesson #2- If I want to put up a business, I cannot invest and let others work on it. He said that no other person will have the same amount of "malasakit" as you would have if you were the one who shelled out money for it. It is rare to find loyal and honest people who will work their asses off for you. So, if you want a successful business, you have to learn the nitty gritty of a business, practice and know it inside and out so the employees can see that you know what you are talking about. You have to be the most hardworking employee of that company.

FInancial Lesson #3- Money does not grow on trees. And I thought they came from our kiat kiat tree that is popular during the Chinese New Year (just kidding). The kiat kiat tree is just a symbol of luck. But if you want to have money, you should earn it, and save it. I cannot pick up money from the streets, nor do they grow freely on trees. If I want money, I have to find it.

Financial Lesson #4- My dad was not a big fan of loans. He would always tell me that one should not loan if there was no way to pay for it. He abhors people who cannot pay their loans, but would live such lavish lifestyles. For him, your lifestyle should be equal or less than how much you have. You cannot be driving a Mercedes or Rolls Royce with Kia earnings. If you do have a penchant for nice and expensive things, you cannot loan that. Only buy what you can afford. If you cannot afford it, do not buy it. As simple as that.

Financial Lesson #5- In doing business and playing the stock market, my dad would always say that "konting kita" is better than "walang kita". One should not be so greedy as to not wanting to sell a certain stock when one has already made money. One cannot be so greedy. Sell while you can make a profit or if there's a buyer. Tomorrow might be a different story and you are not sure if there is still a buyer.

Financial Lesson #6- Work hard before party hard. Before you enjoy a retiree's life, make sure you have the money to back it up. Before travelling and discovering the world, make sure you have pocket money, not just plane and hotel tickets. Always live a life commensurate to your worth. There is no use in keeping up with the Joneses when you have to squeeze every peso you have just to keep up. It is not worth it.

To all dads out there, may you take the time to mentor your children because the lessons they will learn from you will be for a lifetime. And we children learn not just by our parents' words but with their actions and how they live their lives. So, apart from positive words and actions, fathers need to step up and be fantastic examples of the lessons they teach. To my own popsy, Happy Father’s Day and I love you very much!

http://mb.com.ph/Lifestyle/Arts_&_Culture/17314/Learnings_on_finances_from_dad#.Ub1Ktthn_Fx (http://mb.com.ph/Lifestyle/Arts_&_Culture/17314/Learnings_on_finances_from_dad#.Ub1Ktthn_Fx)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on Jun 16, 2013, 09:01 PM
^ano namang lesson ang ituturo mo sa tsikiting mo sa ngayon... :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: r4k3t_m4n on Jun 16, 2013, 11:22 PM
Happy
Father's
Day!

To all Dads @PMT and beyond.

 :applause:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: r4k3t_m4n on Jun 16, 2013, 11:35 PM
“What Is A Dad? A dad is someone who wants to catch you before you fall but instead picks you up, brushes you off, and lets you try again. A dad is someone who wants to keep you from making mistakes but instead lets you find your own way, even though his heart breaks in silence when you get hurt. A dad is someone who holds you when you cry, scolds you when you break the rules, shines with pride when you succeed, and has faith in you even when you fail…”

- Unknown

 :thumbsup2
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 27, 2013, 01:34 PM
INHUMANITY OF INDIFFERENCE | 'Padyak' driver dies in front of passing pedestrians near DLSU-Taft

I was at first reluctant to write this. Afraid of being accused of taking literary advantage of life’s many tragedies. But some things cannot be left unsaid.

On a rainy Friday night last month, a man lay motionless on the sidewalk below the LRT right across De La Salle University-Manila. It was clear he was sick, and needed urgent attention. He was a de-padyak driver.

Security guards from DLSU were the first to arrive on the scene, I was told. His pedicab had stalled for half an hour in a corner of Taft before I arrived. I would not have seen him if the jeepney I’d been riding had not stopped at Quirino, and I had to walk the rest of the way to Vito Cruz.

The guards were reluctant to shelter him at the university. The DLSU clinic had apparently refused to grant him entry.

Maybe one of the nurses could come out and see him then? I asked. To verify, at the very least, whether or not he was still alive?

They would have to check. Would have to seek bureaucratic approval from the school authorities. Bureaucratic approval for the life of a man, who just might be a con artist. It was Standard Operating Procedure, after all. Perfectly understandable.

Okay. Did he have a phone? Maybe we could call his relatives.

There was nothing in his belt bag. Someone had probably snatched it in the quarter of an hour or so that he lay slumped motionless inside his pedicab before the guards arrived to check on him.

(Only the DLSU guards, by the way, did anything. There were a couple of cops and an MMDA officer on hand and they did all they could -- as passive observers.)

I felt for a pulse. Nothing. The guards performed CPR for the second time. One of the bystanders, recognizing him, had rushed to alert his relatives. He was from Munoz.

We looked desperately for a cab, an FX, a bus, another pedicab -- anything -- to take him to the hospital. A full 20 minutes ticked by, and not one of the cars stopped to pick him up, or even paused to see what was happening. Not even in Pinoy usisero spirit.

His family arrived minutes later. Amid the increasingly hysterical wails of a woman, presumably his wife, I could only catch that it was his “pangalawang beses” (Second what? Stroke? Heart attack? Seizure?)

At this point, I knew it was too late. Even a man without a medical degree can understand the first 10 minutes after a heart attack or a seizure can mean the difference beween life and death.

At this point, not one of the La Salle students streaming out of Henry Sy Hall and into their private cars bothered to look. A crowd, however, did gather around the man’s body, which was rapidly turning cold: his fellow de-padyak drivers, JC, Renzo, and the other street kids, who were flagging down occupied taxis and banging car windows to get them to pay attention. Not one of them ever did, and only a tricycle driver -- probably another relative -- finally agreed to take him to Ospital ng Maynila.

The rain was pouring down, of course, and it was rush hour. Perfectly understandable.

I, for my part, was useless, as usual. I never got the man’s name. As his family brought his body (now cold and stiff) into the pedicab, I could only watch the scene unfold. Moments like these, I would later realize, bring a certain mental clarity, a numb blankness, before questions (and guilt) start nagging at the back of one’s head.

If the man did not have to pedal in vain for hours on end, ferrying St. Scho, CSB, and DLSU students to and from the bars and discos around Taft -- in the heat and the rain, for less than a hundred pesos a day -- would he have suffered the same fate?

If he had collapsed in a sports car, carried a La Salle ID (as I did) -- or was, for instance, someone’s prized purebred pet dog and not a human being -- would De La Salle Inc. have let him in?

He was around 50 -- old enough to be my father. Did he have children? A wife? A pet dog? Could he afford maintenance meds? Did he have a doctor? Did he have health insurance?

If his family took him to a public hospital, would they have to foot the bill?

Would the doctors even care? Certainly the school hardly did.

It was half an hour or more before the guards reached the man and called for an ambulance. And none arrived. They called the police first. The man’s relatives from Munoz were ahead of them (while the PNP and MMDA officers looked on, stupefied).

Now, be fair, I’ve been told. What if the school simply was not prepared to deal with such an incident?

The university clinic doubtless has proper equipment to deal with emergency situations, in or off campus. The school has enough money to spare to refurbish our canteens and make each one look like a five-star resto -- and not enough money for the clinic? The families of La Salle students do not pay 150,000 to 200,000 thousand pesos a year for nothing.

By the time I arrived, the man had no pulse or it was so weak none of us could feel it. I felt the guards, who have doubtless received first aid training, knew what they were doing. They had administered CPR before I came.

Again, I asked if we could at least carry the man into the south gate lobby - which was just a few meters away from where he lay. The guards refused, not until they received permission from the school administration or the security office. Again I asked if a school nurse could at least come out and check on him. They had received no approval from "sa loob," so we could nothing.

Again, it was raining hard outside.

I am not blaming the guards. The La Salle guards did all they could at the time and had already gone far beyond the call of duty. I'm blaming whoever was "inside": the baboon who had neither the heart nor the brains nor the common sense to at least say, “yes, bring him in.” This is bureaucracy at its finest. The school's inaction was inexcusable whichever way you look at it.

It was also probably afraid of having to foot the bill if they had brought the man to the hospital. They would have had no such qualms if Henry Sy tripped on some sidewalk on Taft, broke his ankle, and had to be brought to the clinic, ASAP. The man can afford it, and in fact paid for his own building on campus.

So yes, this is -- at least partly -- a rich versus poor issue. Bureaucracy with all its attendant ills arises from a system that prizes efficiency more than humanity, money more than compassion and common sense. Social insensitivity is part and parcel of a system that has normalized inequality, promotes fear and distrust of the “other” -- especially the “rabble on the streets” that we would rather flush away.

Are we being unfair to the school? Perhaps. But there is no fair play when a man's life is at stake and we did nothing, when we could have done everything. And I say “we” -- because I am as much involved in what happened, and what is happening (to the university and to the wider world) as the baboon inside.

We are told, at times like these, not to overreact, not to be emotional. That it happens all the time. That there is nothing we can do. That children and old men collapse of neglect, starvation, or sheer exhaustion, every single day. That they die ignominious deaths out on the streets, in slums, in war zones, in prisons, in dumpsites, in distant lands far from their families.

That they drop dead like flies -- as nameless in death as in birth. The fact is: The way we treat these nameless millions in death is in direct correlation with the way we regard them in life.

 That is, like trash. To be flushed out of the streets.

I am struck at the callousness of universities that earn tens of millions of pesos to teach their students how not to give a damn about the plight of the rest of society, in the world beyond their white walls, beyond their conscience-tight, air-conditioned classrooms.

As though money can ever shield young people from reality. But they end up blinded, not immunized.

I am struck at the reality of how cheap life is, in a society that wears its values and casts them off when they prove inconvenient; casts them off like they shrug off countless, nameless millions because they are somehow beneath us.

It’s as cheap as our collective hypocrisy.

http://www.interaksyon.com/article/64936/inhumanity-of-indifference--padyak-driver-dies-in-front-of-passing-pedestrians-near-dlsu-taft (http://www.interaksyon.com/article/64936/inhumanity-of-indifference--padyak-driver-dies-in-front-of-passing-pedestrians-near-dlsu-taft)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: singkit_1588 on Jun 27, 2013, 01:39 PM
INHUMANITY OF INDIFFERENCE | 'Padyak' driver dies in front of passing pedestrians near DLSU-Taft

I was at first reluctant to write this. Afraid of being accused of taking literary advantage of life’s many tragedies. But some things cannot be left unsaid.

On a rainy Friday night last month, a man lay motionless on the sidewalk below the LRT right across De La Salle University-Manila. It was clear he was sick, and needed urgent attention. He was a de-padyak driver.

Security guards from DLSU were the first to arrive on the scene, I was told. His pedicab had stalled for half an hour in a corner of Taft before I arrived. I would not have seen him if the jeepney I’d been riding had not stopped at Quirino, and I had to walk the rest of the way to Vito Cruz.

The guards were reluctant to shelter him at the university. The DLSU clinic had apparently refused to grant him entry.

Maybe one of the nurses could come out and see him then? I asked. To verify, at the very least, whether or not he was still alive?

They would have to check. Would have to seek bureaucratic approval from the school authorities. Bureaucratic approval for the life of a man, who just might be a con artist. It was Standard Operating Procedure, after all. Perfectly understandable.

Okay. Did he have a phone? Maybe we could call his relatives.

There was nothing in his belt bag. Someone had probably snatched it in the quarter of an hour or so that he lay slumped motionless inside his pedicab before the guards arrived to check on him.

(Only the DLSU guards, by the way, did anything. There were a couple of cops and an MMDA officer on hand and they did all they could -- as passive observers.)

I felt for a pulse. Nothing. The guards performed CPR for the second time. One of the bystanders, recognizing him, had rushed to alert his relatives. He was from Munoz.

We looked desperately for a cab, an FX, a bus, another pedicab -- anything -- to take him to the hospital. A full 20 minutes ticked by, and not one of the cars stopped to pick him up, or even paused to see what was happening. Not even in Pinoy usisero spirit.

His family arrived minutes later. Amid the increasingly hysterical wails of a woman, presumably his wife, I could only catch that it was his “pangalawang beses” (Second what? Stroke? Heart attack? Seizure?)

At this point, I knew it was too late. Even a man without a medical degree can understand the first 10 minutes after a heart attack or a seizure can mean the difference beween life and death.

At this point, not one of the La Salle students streaming out of Henry Sy Hall and into their private cars bothered to look. A crowd, however, did gather around the man’s body, which was rapidly turning cold: his fellow de-padyak drivers, JC, Renzo, and the other street kids, who were flagging down occupied taxis and banging car windows to get them to pay attention. Not one of them ever did, and only a tricycle driver -- probably another relative -- finally agreed to take him to Ospital ng Maynila.

The rain was pouring down, of course, and it was rush hour. Perfectly understandable.

I, for my part, was useless, as usual. I never got the man’s name. As his family brought his body (now cold and stiff) into the pedicab, I could only watch the scene unfold. Moments like these, I would later realize, bring a certain mental clarity, a numb blankness, before questions (and guilt) start nagging at the back of one’s head.

If the man did not have to pedal in vain for hours on end, ferrying St. Scho, CSB, and DLSU students to and from the bars and discos around Taft -- in the heat and the rain, for less than a hundred pesos a day -- would he have suffered the same fate?

If he had collapsed in a sports car, carried a La Salle ID (as I did) -- or was, for instance, someone’s prized purebred pet dog and not a human being -- would De La Salle Inc. have let him in?

He was around 50 -- old enough to be my father. Did he have children? A wife? A pet dog? Could he afford maintenance meds? Did he have a doctor? Did he have health insurance?

If his family took him to a public hospital, would they have to foot the bill?

Would the doctors even care? Certainly the school hardly did.

It was half an hour or more before the guards reached the man and called for an ambulance. And none arrived. They called the police first. The man’s relatives from Munoz were ahead of them (while the PNP and MMDA officers looked on, stupefied).

Now, be fair, I’ve been told. What if the school simply was not prepared to deal with such an incident?

The university clinic doubtless has proper equipment to deal with emergency situations, in or off campus. The school has enough money to spare to refurbish our canteens and make each one look like a five-star resto -- and not enough money for the clinic? The families of La Salle students do not pay 150,000 to 200,000 thousand pesos a year for nothing.

By the time I arrived, the man had no pulse or it was so weak none of us could feel it. I felt the guards, who have doubtless received first aid training, knew what they were doing. They had administered CPR before I came.

Again, I asked if we could at least carry the man into the south gate lobby - which was just a few meters away from where he lay. The guards refused, not until they received permission from the school administration or the security office. Again I asked if a school nurse could at least come out and check on him. They had received no approval from "sa loob," so we could nothing.

Again, it was raining hard outside.

I am not blaming the guards. The La Salle guards did all they could at the time and had already gone far beyond the call of duty. I'm blaming whoever was "inside": the baboon who had neither the heart nor the brains nor the common sense to at least say, “yes, bring him in.” This is bureaucracy at its finest. The school's inaction was inexcusable whichever way you look at it.

It was also probably afraid of having to foot the bill if they had brought the man to the hospital. They would have had no such qualms if Henry Sy tripped on some sidewalk on Taft, broke his ankle, and had to be brought to the clinic, ASAP. The man can afford it, and in fact paid for his own building on campus.

So yes, this is -- at least partly -- a rich versus poor issue. Bureaucracy with all its attendant ills arises from a system that prizes efficiency more than humanity, money more than compassion and common sense. Social insensitivity is part and parcel of a system that has normalized inequality, promotes fear and distrust of the “other” -- especially the “rabble on the streets” that we would rather flush away.

Are we being unfair to the school? Perhaps. But there is no fair play when a man's life is at stake and we did nothing, when we could have done everything. And I say “we” -- because I am as much involved in what happened, and what is happening (to the university and to the wider world) as the baboon inside.

We are told, at times like these, not to overreact, not to be emotional. That it happens all the time. That there is nothing we can do. That children and old men collapse of neglect, starvation, or sheer exhaustion, every single day. That they die ignominious deaths out on the streets, in slums, in war zones, in prisons, in dumpsites, in distant lands far from their families.

That they drop dead like flies -- as nameless in death as in birth. The fact is: The way we treat these nameless millions in death is in direct correlation with the way we regard them in life.

 That is, like trash. To be flushed out of the streets.

I am struck at the callousness of universities that earn tens of millions of pesos to teach their students how not to give a damn about the plight of the rest of society, in the world beyond their white walls, beyond their conscience-tight, air-conditioned classrooms.

As though money can ever shield young people from reality. But they end up blinded, not immunized.

I am struck at the reality of how cheap life is, in a society that wears its values and casts them off when they prove inconvenient; casts them off like they shrug off countless, nameless millions because they are somehow beneath us.

It’s as cheap as our collective hypocrisy.

http://www.interaksyon.com/article/64936/inhumanity-of-indifference--padyak-driver-dies-in-front-of-passing-pedestrians-near-dlsu-taft (http://www.interaksyon.com/article/64936/inhumanity-of-indifference--padyak-driver-dies-in-front-of-passing-pedestrians-near-dlsu-taft)
tsk tsk..
ano ba naman yan..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 27, 2013, 01:53 PM

its called bystander effect, it happens a lot, and not just in our society or in la salle taft. there have been cases of women getting gang raped in public places, or persons getting mugged and nobody bothered to help. its a crowd behavior.

kabaliktaran nyan yung, kuyog... may mahuling mandurukot at masapak ng isa, kukuyugin na ng taumbayan hanggang mapatay nila (minsan)...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Dec 09, 2013, 12:16 PM
324 Calamba Laguna starabakes <-the first one going up Tagaytay, with the 3- tiered very, very, very steep driveway  :D  Don't worry about the chin of your car hitting the floor when you rest on the 3 landings of the entryway. Never happened in the 1 hour we were there. What you have to worry about, is getting out of there.

This is fun  :D And really, there's nothing to worry about. Because it's either your grey matter starts to work to save your tires or the guard/excellent parking attentant  who carries with him wood blocks for kalso will talk you thru' it, while the rest of the customers will join in for the Spectator Sports: How to get out of 324 Starbucks without losing face  :hihi:

Anyway: Black SUV., first attempt- fail. He screeched for the last yard, retraced back to the first tier parking lot. Bwelo. Took a hard swing to the left, and ended up in a cloud of black smoke. Goes back down to the 2nd tier parking lot. Let's out the wife and 3 full grown sons. Now, it's just him and all the rest of the people watching. Guard positions him facing straight up and waves him to go for it. Last 6 inches---I swear- that point where the front wheels would have been on the level of the road---- black cloud of smoke and screeching sounds again!

Driver talked to parking attendant, backed up to the first-tier parking lot, turned right to go back down the exit ramp, points the rear of his SUV towards the exit---it's a Chevrolet SUV--- and went up like a knife cutting thru' butter. Real smooth.

I jump up from my seat, pump my fists up in a victory pose, hollered "WOOHOO!", and gave enthusiastic claps like the rest of the audience did. It was a relief. Can't let any guy lose face in that situation, yaknow.  I would have whistled, too, but i never learned how because I always thought jamming your fingers in your mouth just to make annoying noises is not in any way ladylike.

Turns out, the chevy is a front wheel drive. That's all they told me. So, I ventured to try an explanation. It means it cannot pull it's own weight in that steep incline, but it can manage to push it's heavy backside up that same incline? Da boys said: yep.  :D end of story.

I swear, the other cars had no problems. even the low-end vios. And it's worth it going into that store. It has 3 levels following the contour of the mountain, both indoor and outdoor spaces that allows a great vantage point for Taal Lake and the volcano. And a fireplace somewhere. I got lucky. A sweet lady let me carry her Shitzu baby until her dad came around to pick her up.




Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jan 19, 2014, 04:57 PM
In the guise of RDPD author's "Killing the Sacred Cows" (those long held beliefs that we hold dear about how to get rich. Don't know if eschewing the notion of having an emergency fund is one of them, though.)

Why Emergency Funds Are A Bad Idea
By Greg McFarlane on December 31, 2013   

Along with changing your oil every 3,000 miles and checking your child’s trick-or-treat bag for weaponized apples, the common advice to create an emergency fund is overly prudent. All you need is an objective understanding of risk to realize that there are far better places to put your money than an inert account that can’t enrich you.

The most recognizable personal finance mavens are almost unanimous in their advocacy of the emergency fund as a vital part of any common-sense financial plan. Their recommendations differ only on size – three months’, six months’, perhaps eight months’ worth of living expenses are enough to accommodate whatever misfortune might befall you. But to what end? And do people really listen, or are these just empty dicta written to take up space?

Do the Math

First of all, exactly how much money are we talking about here? Per capita income in the United States is $42,693, and the personal saving rate is 4.9%. Assuming an effective tax rate of 20%, and using the conservative recommendation to sock away eight months’ worth of living expenses, that means it’d take about $22,000 to create a sufficiently stocked emergency fund. Even using the three months’ figure, you’d still need $10,000 for an emergency fund that passes the muster of convention. If those numbers sound high, or even if they don’t, understand that in the U.S. the average credit card holder carries $5,200 in balances. Americans are also carrying a cumulative $1.2 trillion in student loan debt, which dwarfs the credit-card debt on a per-borrower basis.

In other words, the math doesn’t come close to working out on emergency funds. If the experts are going to issue a blanket recommendation to millions of people that they should all create a buffer to tie them over in unforeseen circumstances, it would make far more sense to say, “Instead of amassing an account that pays you 0%, or a few basis points above that, maybe you should focus on closing out an account or two that’s paying you -15%.”

Clear Debt First

It’s easy to insist that emergency funds are crucial for everyone, while ignoring just what position the average household’s finances are in. If you’re carrying credit card debt, student loan debt, or both, then building cash reserves for the purpose of anything other than paying down those debts should be the last thing on your mind. Of course, the more economically you live and the more money you make, the better positioned you are to create an emergency fund. But this is where the irony lies. Because, as a rule, the folks who are diligent enough to live without consumer debt usually pay their bills on time. They do not impoverish themselves so they or their offspring can attend college, and they do not spend extravagantly. They are also the ones who are going to be least prone to emergencies, and thus least in need of any emergency fund.

Perhaps you’re worried about the transmission falling out of your car, which would necessitate a $3,000 repair. If you feel that the prospect of this problem warrants creating an emergency fund, but you’re already carrying enough debt to cover three or four transmission replacements, the sad news is this: your emergency has already begun. It began several thousand dollars ago.

If you’re going to minimize risk for yourself or your family – a noble task in and of itself – society has already developed several methods for doing so, any of which you can use to your advantage. Worried about a debilitating illness or injury? We have health insurance for that. Not only will a comprehensive health plan cost less than a regulation emergency fund, the former is earmarked for a specific purpose. The same goes for the fear, however irrational, of a cataclysmic car accident. Again, we have auto insurance. If you’re really that concerned about worst-case scenarios, spending a few dollars raising your coverage limits to the maximum makes far more sense than does spending thousands more on an emergency fund.

But What If I Lose My Job?

Well, what if you do? There’s this thing called unemployment insurance. You’ve been paying into it for years. We also have a workforce in which 93% of those who want jobs have them. Chronic unemployment, or underemployment, is not the province of that class of people who have the wherewithal to defer spending long enough to save up several months’ of living expenses.

The call to create an emergency fund strikes undue fear, convincing people that the lack of such a fund must precipitate financial ruin. One prominent financial authority, Dave Ramsey, even cites “unexpected pregnancy” as a reason to build an emergency fund, leaving open the question of whether there exists anyone on the planet who is simultaneously a) responsible enough to set aside six months’ of living expenses, yet b) not so responsible that they don’t know how to prevent a pregnancy.  #The author is American. In the Phils., a) and b) will definitely start arguments with  lots of stupidity and doses of religion thrown in.

If you’ve already built an emergency fund and are torn over whether you should dip into it to
•   buy a plane ticket to interview for a promising new job,
•   replace your dying car with something more reliable, or 
•   remove your old carpet that’s shredding to bits and lay over the underlayment with tile,
understand that those aren’t emergencies. Those are merely life.

The Bottom Line

Should you be among the subset of the population that enjoys positive net worth and has taken steps to reduce the possibility of being impacted by an emergency, congratulations. But understand that that’s all the more reason not to create an emergency fund. Because an emergency fund is supposed to be easily accessible and liquid, the recommended vehicle for it is usually a savings account. Savings accounts don’t even keep pace with inflation, meaning that an emergency fund is a money-losing proposition over the long term. Take the money you’d otherwise devote to an emergency fund, put it in something even as humble as a certificate of deposit (CD) (if not a higher-risk blue chip stock or bond fund), and you’d be building wealth instead of watching it methodically diminish.Taking the time to build an emergency fund, and forgoing consumption for months while doing so, is a staggeringly inefficient use of the precious and limited resource that is your money.
                  


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jan 19, 2014, 05:37 PM
http://nymag.com/news/features/money-brain-2012-7/

Does money make you mean?

There is another study that says, people driving expensive cars are more likely to break rules and less likely to extend road courtesies than drivers in cheaper/old model cars. # Experiment done in civilized countries where there is a law that says, as soon as a pedestrian steps on the road, cars should stop to let them pass.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 12:14 PM
5 trends in Pinoys' porn-viewing habits
ABS-CBNnews.com
Posted at 01/24/2014 3:58 AM | Updated as of 01/24/2014 3:58 AM

MANILA -- Pornhub, which claims to be the largest pornographic website with an average of 35 million visitors per day, has released figures specific to the traffic it gets from the Philippines, offering an insight into Filipinos' preference when it comes to porn.

The website recently released the statistics as a review of its 2013 traffic, highlighting five trends or facts about its Filipino users:

1. Filipinos watch porn late at night.

The most popular time among Filipinos visitors of Pornhub to access the website, according to its 2013 data, is between 11 p.m. and 1 a.m. The least popular time is from 4 a.m. to 7 a.m.

2. "Pinay" is the most popular search term on Pornhub among Filipinos.

Combining data from both desktop computers and mobile devices, Pornhub said the most popular search terms from the Philippines are "pinay" and "filipina." Notably, "japanese" and "teens" trail these two terms. Other popular topics among Filipinos on the website are "virgin," "pinoy," "tommy anders," "feet," and "first time."

3. On average, Filipinos spend 13 minutes on Pornhub per visit.

Filipinos users of the website, both on desktop computers and mobile devices, spend an average of 13 minutes and 8 seconds per visit. According to Pornhub's data, Filipinos, on average, visit around 9 pages within this span of time.

4. The Philippines ranked 15th in worldwide mobile traffic last year.

According Pornhub, the Philippines only ranked 26th in terms of the number of visitors to its website using desktop computers, but ranked 15th worldwide in terms of traffic from mobile devices.

5. 37% of Filipino Pornhub viewers used mobile devices in 2013.

While desktop computers were still the most popular means to access the website among Filipinos at 53%, those who used mobile devices was also considerably high at 37%. The remaining 10% used tablets.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 12:16 PM

3. On average, Filipinos spend 13 minutes on Pornhub per visit.

>>> meaning it takes 'em 13mins to jerk off? #alamna
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jan 24, 2014, 12:50 PM
 :think: I can do it in a shorter time...



^ browsing..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jan 24, 2014, 01:00 PM
Billionaire who offered £40million to anyone who could 'turn' his lesbian daughter straight doubles his offer after 20,000 would-be suitors failed

read more  (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2544516/Billionaire-offered-40million-turn-lesbian-daughter-straight-doubles-offer-20-000-suitors-failed.html)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: pilyong_husband on Jan 24, 2014, 01:13 PM
3. On average, Filipinos spend 13 minutes on Pornhub per visit.

>>> meaning it takes 'em 13mins to jerk off? #alamna

Their internet connections are too slow, it takes them 13 minutes just to load the page :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 01:42 PM

Quote
Combining data from both desktop computers and mobile devices, Pornhub said the most popular search terms from the Philippines are "pinay" and "filipina." Notably, "japanese" and "teens" trail these two terms. Other popular topics among Filipinos on the website are "virgin," "pinoy," "tommy anders," "feet," and "first time."

tommy anders?? di ko yta alam yan... pski-explain mikoangelow at PH...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 01:55 PM

2. "Pinay" is the most popular search term on Pornhub among Filipinos.

Combining data from both desktop computers and mobile devices, Pornhub said the most popular search terms from the Philippines are "pinay" and "filipina." Notably, "japanese" and "teens" trail these two terms. Other popular topics among Filipinos on the website are "virgin," "pinoy," "tommy anders," "feet," and "first time."


yung female friendly section lang alam ko jan  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 02:11 PM
ilang minutes ave. porn-browsing timemo katkat? :think:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 02:21 PM
ilang minutes ave. porn-browsing timemo katkat? :think:

mabagal yung internet eh. mga 10-15 minutes na ipapaload muna para di putol-putol
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jan 24, 2014, 02:38 PM
pssst kat...sang site ka nanonood...  :think:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 02:48 PM
pssst kat...sang site ka nanonood...  :think:

yung may female friendly category nga. ikaw sir miko? san ba?  :think:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 03:46 PM
mabagal yung internet eh. mga 10-15 minutes na ipapaload muna para di putol-putol
twing kelan ka nanood, twing gabi, o pag namimiss mo c labidabs o twing nanjan c labidabs? :scratch:

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 04:09 PM
twing kelan ka nanood, twing gabi, o pag namimiss mo c labidabs o twing nanjan c labidabs? :scratch:

pagkasama ko mga sisses ko sa org namin nung college. naghohost kami ng party sa resort sa laguna, parang sisses night out, then yung piniplay sa background ay porn. nakaprojector para big screen.

hindi pa kami nanonood ni labidabs together ng porn. though parang magandang idea yun ah...  :think:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jan 24, 2014, 04:20 PM
yung may female friendly category nga. ikaw sir miko? san ba?  :think:

di ako nood sa net..I have my own collection.. :laugh:

pagkasama ko mga sisses ko sa org namin nung college. naghohost kami ng party sa resort sa laguna, parang sisses night out, then yung piniplay sa background ay porn. nakaprojector para big screen.


pano ba sumali sa org nyo?

can I join  please...pwetty pwetty pleaseeee (http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons/emoticon-cute-002.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons.php)(http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-bounce015.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php)

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 04:28 PM
di ako nood sa net..I have my own collection.. :laugh:

pano ba sumali sa org nyo?

can I join  please...pwetty pwetty pleaseeee (http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons/emoticon-cute-002.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/emoticons.php)(http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys/smiley-bounce015.gif) (http://www.freesmileys.org/smileys.php)

sir try mo sa net, sa pornhub may educational porn dun. nakakatuwa. parang nagdedemo kung papano gagawin.  :hihi:

bawal sumali sa org. pang-sisses alng yun.  :harhar:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 05:53 PM
sir try mo sa net, sa pornhub may educational porn dun. nakakatuwa. parang nagdedemo kung papano gagawin.  :hihi:

bawal sumali sa org. pang-sisses alng yun.  :harhar:
pssst, bawal magporn sa opis!!!

ano ba yan group nyo, org-Y? :D may mga kababalaghan ba kyong ginawa pgktpos manood? ;) pwede mmn kmi mghonorary members, we wont participate, we'll just watch and cheer.  :watchuthink:

alam ba ng sisses mo na may malisya ka sa girls?

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 24, 2014, 06:39 PM
katkat, sana wala kang ganitong problema--  NSFW (not safe for work)  (http://randomlyfunnystufff.com/big-boobs) :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: pilyong_husband on Jan 24, 2014, 07:45 PM
porn thread :D

kinokorrupt nio isip namin
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: regor on Jan 24, 2014, 07:58 PM
oo nga bawal sa katulad naming mga bata yan.,
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 08:11 PM
katkat, sana wala kang ganitong problema--  NSFW (not safe for work)  (http://randomlyfunnystufff.com/big-boobs) :hihi:

big boob problem? sana nga meron na lang. matagal ko ng hinihiling na magkaproblema ako ng ganyan kaso wala!!! wala!!! wala!!! lintek!  :rant:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 08:12 PM
pssst, bawal magporn sa opis!!!

ano ba yan group nyo, org-Y? :D may mga kababalaghan ba kyong ginawa pgktpos manood? ;) pwede mmn kmi mghonorary members, we wont participate, we'll just watch and cheer.  :watchuthink:

alam ba ng sisses mo na may malisya ka sa girls?

hahaha. katuaan lang yun no. nanonood lang kami habang party/inom. wala kaming ibang ginagawa! kung ano ano kasi iniisip niyo eh!  :harhar:

oo. out ako sa buong mundo except sa parents ko at sa officemates ko. hahahah  :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 24, 2014, 10:37 PM
woah! look what happened to vhong navarro! kala siguro niya booty call, ayan! nabugbog tuloy siya!

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/01/24/14/look-vhong-navarro-beaten-black-and-blue (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/01/24/14/look-vhong-navarro-beaten-black-and-blue)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: GoodSteward on Jan 24, 2014, 11:35 PM
^bully call pala...hehe

hope he recovers soon...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 25, 2014, 08:55 AM
woah! look what happened to vhong navarro! kala siguro niya booty call, ayan! nabugbog tuloy siya!

http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/01/24/14/look-vhong-navarro-beaten-black-and-blue (http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/entertainment/01/24/14/look-vhong-navarro-beaten-black-and-blue)
cno b daw un babae? booty call nga ba? lesson learned: wag masyadong horny totoy bibo... kaya nga may porn... :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: Homeboy on Jan 25, 2014, 12:59 PM
^ weird. ndi man lang "inimbitahan" sa police station yung "friend" na umimbita sa kanya. Baka may atraso c Vhong kaya binugbog.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: katkatmachine on Jan 28, 2014, 11:24 PM
this is so me!!!!!!!!!!!! too bad narealize lang ito ng girlfriend ko nung kami na!  :hihi:

https://medium.com/better-humans/802c49b9141c (https://medium.com/better-humans/802c49b9141c)
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jan 29, 2014, 03:10 AM
^ weird. ndi man lang "inimbitahan" sa police station yung "friend" na umimbita sa kanya. Baka may atraso c Vhong kaya binugbog.

Very weird. Lalo na yung it took him 3 days before naipaalam in the whole Ppines about his misadventure. Hindi lang takot na masira ang career nya at madamay ang anak at pamilya nya.  He was the one who was sexually violated and it was recorded on video, too.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 29, 2014, 07:31 AM
I'm waiting for the video to get "leaked" intentionally...

http://entertainment.inquirer.net/132165/vhong-navarro-claims-deniece-cornejo-performed-oral-sex-on-him

MANILA, Philippines — The plot has thickened and the characters get in heat.

In the affidavit of television host Ferdinand “Vhong” Navarro that the National Bureau of Investigation filed in the Department of Justice Tuesday afternoon, he claimed that his supposed rape victim Deniece Millet Cornejo had performed oral sex on him in their meeting before the alleged mauling.

According to the affidavit, before the sexual activity, Navarro and Cornejo met at the latter’s unit at Forbeswood Heights Condominium at Bonifacio Global City and consumed a bottle of white wine then proceeded to kiss each other.

“After consuming one bottle of white wine, they made out and it led to oral sex…,” the affidavit said, though the date when the incident happened was not given.

In the affidavit, Navarro and Cornejo met at a sneaker store a couple of years ago wherein they exchanged their contact details resulting to a friendship between the two.

It added that their communication abruptly ended but resumed two months ago through Facebook and Viber.

It also said that on January 22, the date of the alleged beating up of Navarro courtesy of Cedric Lee and his friends, Cornejo invited Navarro to have dinner at her place.

According to the document, when Navarro was inside Cornejo’s unit, two men came out of the room and one pointed a gun at the comedian-TV host. They then tied and blindfolded Navarro and simultaneously rained blows on him.

During the beating, Navarro claimed that he heard several people enter the unit who joined in attacking him. Navarro said these men then pulled his trousers down and removed his blindfold.

Navarro then claimed that, while he was naked, video cameras were pointed at him and that the perpetrators ordered him to utter “Ako si Vhong, ni-rape ko ang kaibigan ko.” (I am Vhong and I raped my friend).

According to the affidavit, Cornejo and Lee conspired on the alleged crime saying that the two “are in harmony in doing their acts.”

It said that Cornejo and Lee agreed on their actions to attain their goal of restraining the liberty of Navarro as they threatened to kill him and his family and exact a payment of P2 million from Navarro’s alleged rape.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jan 29, 2014, 07:52 AM

postscript:

The elements of the crime of serious illegal detention under Article 267 of the Revised Penal Code are:

1. That the offender is a private individual;

2. That he kidnaps or detains another, or in any manner deprives the latter of his liberty;

3. That the act of detention is illegal, not being ordered by any competent authority nor allowed by law;

4. That any of the following circumstances is present:

a. That the detention lasts for more than five (5) days; or

b. That it is committed by simulating public authority; or

c. That any serious physical injuries are inflicted upon the person kidnapped or threats to kill him shall have been made; or

d. That the person kidnapped or detained is a minor, female, or a public officer.

**Serious Illegal Detention is non-bailable. Same crime that got Napoles arrested and detained.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jan 30, 2014, 03:50 AM
SERIOUS ILLEGAL DETENTION- NON BAILABLE.

I would so seriously illegal detention their asses before anything else....
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Feb 08, 2014, 01:27 PM
another "he said, she said" case that started more than 2 decades ago..

An Open Letter from Dylan Farrow (http://kristof.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/02/01/an-open-letter-from-dylan-farrow/) (1 Feb 2014)

What’s your favorite Woody Allen movie? Before you answer, you should know: when I was seven years old, Woody Allen took me by the hand and led me into a dim, closet-like attic on the second floor of our house. He told me to lay on my stomach and play with my brother’s electric train set. Then he sexually assaulted me. He talked to me while he did it, whispering that I was a good girl, that this was our secret, promising that we’d go to Paris and I’d be a star in his movies. I remember staring at that toy train, focusing on it as it traveled in its circle around the attic. To this day, I find it difficult to look at toy trains.

[click ^title to read full article]

...and then Woody Allen responds (7 Feb 2014)...

Woody Allen Speaks Out (http://www.nytimes.com/2014/02/09/opinion/sunday/woody-allen-speaks-out.html?hp&rref=opinion)

TWENTY-ONE years ago, when I first heard Mia Farrow had accused me of child molestation, I found the idea so ludicrous I didn’t give it a second thought. We were involved in a terribly acrimonious breakup, with great enmity between us and a custody battle slowly gathering energy. The self-serving transparency of her malevolence seemed so obvious I didn’t even hire a lawyer to defend myself. It was my show business attorney who told me she was bringing the accusation to the police and I would need a criminal lawyer.

xxx

Of course, I did not molest Dylan. I loved her and hope one day she will grasp how she has been cheated out of having a loving father and exploited by a mother more interested in her own festering anger than her daughter’s well-being. Being taught to hate your father and made to believe he molested you has already taken a psychological toll on this lovely young woman, and Soon-Yi and I are both hoping that one day she will understand who has really made her a victim and reconnect with us, as Moses has, in a loving, productive way. No one wants to discourage abuse victims from speaking out, but one must bear in mind that sometimes there are people who are falsely accused and that is also a terribly destructive thing. (This piece will be my final word on this entire matter and no one will be responding on my behalf to any further comments on it by any party. Enough people have been hurt.)

[click ^title to read the full article]

*****

ika nga ni Dr. Gregory House, "EVERYBODY LIES."
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Apr 09, 2014, 12:20 PM
(https://fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaihd.net/hphotos-ak-ash3/t1.0-9/10155726_645608502161026_544530806847122819_n.jpg)



Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: yllor on Apr 09, 2014, 02:48 PM
psssttt...
New Doha International Airport (NDIA) yung background photo... at yung unang design pa ito..

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 08, 2014, 06:58 AM
para dun sa may ka-blind date  at iba pang makakarelate..

http://m.wikihow.com/Date-a-Lawyer (http://m.wikihow.com/Date-a-Lawyer)

How to Date a Lawyer

If you have a certain lawyer in your sights and want to find a way to make him/her yours you’ll need to take a few things into consideration. Lawyers have their own way of doing things, whether you are dating a hard-nosed criminal defense attorney or a passionate environmental lawyer, figuring out how to make him/her happy while feeding your soul and maintaining your independence is the name of the game.

Tips and Warnings

    1  Understand that the firm “owns” your target. In most cases, unless your attorney works for the government, his/her entire career is based on billable hours. This means that the law firm partners will be counting on the attorney to work on cases as often as possible--including weekends and evenings.

        Be cool when he/she has to cancel dinner or weekend plans. Be flexible with your time and understand that if he/she has to cancel at the last time, the decision may not be his/her own.

        Ask about your attorney date’s goals. He/she may want to make partner relatively quickly, which means that more hours in the office or in court may be required.

        Have a flexible approach to dating. You may have arranged for a romantic dinner for two at a restaurant that took months to obtain a reservation, but then he/she has to work. Instead of sulking or ditching him/her, create a picnic dinner and show up at the office instead.
   
    2  Prepare to have spirited conversations. While not all attorneys thrive on full-blown debate opportunities with everyone, chances are if you are dating a lawyer, he/she will enjoy engaging in lively conversation on a variety of topics.

        Avoid being intimidated by his/her law degree if you are in a debate. Just because your date went to law school does not put him/her in a position of power over you. Be confident in your own knowledge and intelligence and be comfortable to discuss a wide range of topics.

        Learn when to agree to disagree. There’s no point getting into a spat over a difference of opinion. While perhaps your attorney mate may be used to a fiery conversation with colleagues and then go back to business as usual, let him/her know that once things get a little too heated you’d rather just agree to disagree (rather than get into a knock down, drag out fight).
       
        Identify topics that are off limits. Perhaps its politics or religion, but find those hot button topics that make your blood boil (and where you differ in opinion) and agree to leave those topics off the table.
   
    3  Embrace your own career and independence. An attorney is going to be happier dating someone who is just was passionate about his/her career so instead of waiting for the phone to ring, dig deep into your job or passion.

        Adopt the “work hard, play hard” mantra. If you put in a 12-hour day you may not feel like hitting the clubs after work. However, commit to a fun activity once the weekend hits such as a pub-crawl, venturing into the city or even getting out of town.
       
         Make him/her wait for you sometimes too. Your attorney boyfriend/girlfriend doesn’t dump work the minute you snap your fingers so don’t be expected to do the same every time he/she has a free minute.
       
         Decide whether you will discuss work while on dates or leave it behind. Some couples do better if work is kept out of the relationship, whereas others thrive on discussing what they did during their professional day.
 
   4  Decide if this is the life for you. If you prefer to date someone who can be at your beck and call at a moment’s notice you may be better off dating someone from another profession.

        Many non-attorney spouses spend a considerable amount of time on their own. Whether he/she is in trial or traveling, getting serious with an attorney may mean that you won’t have as much time together as you would with someone from another discipline.

        Look beyond the money. While many attorneys make a sizable income, it comes at a price. Decide what is most important to you--can you live comfortably, but with limited time with your partner or is money not enough?

Tips

    Try to figure out when you are being played. If you are dating a trial lawyer, he/she most likely possess the power of persuasion. Stick to your ideals and goals and don’t let anyone sway you from your original focus.
   
    Learn from your attorney boyfriend/girlfriend. Dating a lawyer is a great time to glean more information about their job. Typically lawyers are a potpourri of information so ask an environmental lawyer about global warming or find out more about the criminal justice system from a prosecutor.
   
    Attorneys love proof during a debate, so when having a rousing discussion be able to cite sources for that double whammy.
   
***

... and if you hit it off well and the thing gets more serious, realize that its not gonna get easier...

http://m.wikihow.com/Stay-Married-to-an-Attorney (http://m.wikihow.com/Stay-Married-to-an-Attorney)

How to Stay Married to an Attorney

Marrying an attorney seemed like a good idea in the beginning but as the years increased, you began to understand the high divorce rate for attorneys. While at times being married to an attorney may be frustrating, you can do it without losing your mind.

Understanding the Attorney's Thinking Process

    1 Understand the way an attorney thinks. Law school changes the way a person thinks. This is intentional on the school’s part and is done to properly prepare an attorney for the line of work they are entering. Everyday a law student reads, studies, and analyzes case after case in preparation for their next class. The professor then selects a random student and verbally quizzes them about one of the cases until they fail. The questions at first are open-ended, meaning that multiple answers can be correct, and then rapidly become close-ended, meaning that there is a right or wrong answer. This is called the Socratic Method of teaching, which has been used effectively as a training method for centuries.

    2 Work with the thinking. By understanding how your spouse has been trained to think and working with that way of thinking instead of against it, you can minimize the disagreements and reduce the tension at home. Moreover, this understanding will help you to understand how futile it is to try and change your attorney spouse (indeed, it's futile to try and change any spouse). Instead, change your response and get over the idea that your spouse needs to change for you. After all, they will not be an attorney for long if they abandon the way they were taught to think in law school.

Dealing with Questions

    1 Expect questioning. This should be your “ah-ha” moment. It probably started innocently enough with an open-ended question from your attorney spouse. You answered the question but then, for some reason, your spouse did not like the response and began asking question after question until you became so confused that you just said whatever you needed to just to end the discussion. Thinking that turn-around is fair play, you then attempt the same tactic only to find that you are shut-down after the first remark. This leaves you angry and confused; however, if you try to verbalize your emotions, the response is generally unsympathetic.

        Don't take this personally. Remind yourself of how the attorney has been trained to think and instead, work on dealing with your spouse in ways that manage around the question problem.

    2 Don’t ask questions. Your attorney spouse has a black-belt in answering questions the way they should have been asked, dodging questions they don’t want to answer, and anticipating your line of questioning long before you might even know where you are headed. So don’t ask questions, especially if you already know the answer and are trying to get your spouse on your side. This will backfire every time.

    3 Change from questions to making clarifying statements. Instead of using questions, say what you mean. For example, say “I want pizza for dinner” instead of “what do you want for dinner”. “We are going to the Jones’ house for dinner” instead of “do you want to go to the Jones’ house for dinner”. Of course, be careful not to sound too bossy in your statements because that will only be met with resistance. But it's good assertiveness practice to express your wants rather than leaving yourself open to someone else's expectations.

Keeping Things Simple

    1  Don’t over explain. Your attorney spouse is already likely to over explain nearly everything and have multiple reasons for even simple tasks. From your side of things, don’t fall into this trap and add to the over explanation. If you do, your spouse is likely to find the hole in your explanation and then the entire discussion becomes questionable. For if one small part of the argument is wrong, then the whole thing can be thrown out. The best way to avoid this is by not over explaining. If you have to repeat the same explanation over again, this is preferable to going on and on. Let your “yes” be “yes” and your “no” be “no” and keep your statements simple.

        The "broken record" approach often promoted by cognitive behavioral therapists is useful here; it may sound repetitive (because it is) but it will totally clarify that you mean what you're saying and that you're not straying from it for any reason.

    2  Keep your emotions out of the conversation. Your attorney spouse has been trained to keep their emotions in check while inciting the other person to get into an emotional state. This is done because if the other person gets emotional, then their arguments are not likely to be as rational and therefore can be easily broken down. If this is something your spouse is trying out on you too, play the by the same rules and keep your own emotions in check too, during the disagreement. This is easier said than done and it takes some practice but it can also take heat out of the argument and give you clear thinking space.

        There is nothing wrong with taking a break if you feel out of control and agreeing to discuss the matter later. But then you must discuss it fairly soon afterward, as in within the next 24 hours, or you will be met with additional and avoidable frustration.
   
Tips

    None of this lets your spouse off the hook of trying harder. There is no harm in discussing how you perceive your spouse's style of interaction with you and asking that the lawyering approach be left at the door when he or she comes home. And marriage counseling may also be appropriate if you don't feel as if a simple conversation about civil interactions is making leeway––attorneys understand the occasional need for mediators.
   


Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 08, 2014, 11:06 PM
^they come with users manual guide? cool!
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 09, 2014, 06:11 AM

:rofl: Touche. :cool2:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 10, 2014, 03:15 AM
^ when do you whip out the Users manual to do list of instructions guide?  :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 10, 2014, 07:43 AM
^ when do you whip out the Users manual to do list of instructions guide?  :hihi:
sweetie, note #2 Don’t ask questions. :)

That upstairs is actually for you, so you'd be able to distinguish psychopath from lawyer, and lawyer-psychopath. :hihi:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jun 10, 2014, 12:49 PM
^they come with users manual guide? cool!

Hahaha! Nasopla na naman si vector... :P
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 11, 2014, 12:59 AM
sweetie, note #2 Don’t ask questions. :)

How boring.

Quote
That upstairs is actually for you, so you'd be able to distinguish psychopath from lawyer, and lawyer-psychopath. :hihi:

Thanks, but, no thanks. I can get the part about the way your brain were re-wired and short-circuited in law school but I won't go as far as lumping your breed in one box. Everybody starts with being human. Whether you deserve to be called all sorts of animals later, is up to you.

Speaking of psychopath---it's not funny. Repulsive and scary comes to mind when you realize what that is. And i think I used the wrong kind of smile to describe it. It was a secret smile of glee.

Hahaha! Nasopla na naman si vector... :P


Did you come across any item above about yanking somebody's chain  :D

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 11, 2014, 10:47 PM
Hahaha! Nasopla na naman si vector... :P

yeah... :duh: akala ko maiimpress, lalo pa pala mabobokya. gotta give it to her, no one else here could ever come up with such a cold nonchalant retort to me, except epep... #unprecedented #bonermoment

Speaking of psychopath---it's not funny. Repulsive and scary comes to mind when you realize what that is. And i think I used the wrong kind of smile to describe it. It was a secret smile of glee.

so madaling sabi, hindi ako ^yan.. :bahalaka:

###

lapit nako magkaganito, 2 pandesal n lng..  (http://static6.businessinsider.com/image/53985b0deab8eaf53e49116b-538/spornosexual.jpg)

Spornosexual is the new metrosexual (http://www.businessinsider.com/spornosexual-is-the-new-metrosexual-2014-6) :hihi:

"
This new wave puts the "sexual" into metrosexuality. In fact, a new term is needed to describe them, these pumped-up offspring of those Ronaldo and Beckham lunch-box ads, where sport got into bed with porn while Mr Armani took pictures.

Let's call them "spornosexuals" ... " click me (http://www.businessinsider.com/spornosexual-is-the-new-metrosexual-2014-6)

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 12, 2014, 01:50 AM


so madaling sabi, hindi ako ^yan.. :bahalaka:

Don't sound disappointed. It's not high praise.
Quote
###

lapit nako magkaganito, 2 pandesal n lng..  (http://static6.businessinsider.com/image/53985b0deab8eaf53e49116b-538/spornosexual.jpg)

Spornosexual is the new metrosexual (http://www.businessinsider.com/spornosexual-is-the-new-metrosexual-2014-6) :hihi:

"
This new wave puts the "sexual" into metrosexuality. In fact, a new term is needed to describe them, these pumped-up offspring of those Ronaldo and Beckham lunch-box ads, where sport got into bed with porn while Mr Armani took pictures.

Let's call them "spornosexuals" ... " click me (http://www.businessinsider.com/spornosexual-is-the-new-metrosexual-2014-6)

:gagged:  :laugh: :rofl:  :hihi:

^If you ever come near to looking like that^^^ there will be a chance for you to say this:

Vicces in a very dramatic I'm-so-hurt tone of voice: "You only want me for my brain? But what about my body?" :laugh:

Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 12, 2014, 09:34 AM
you enjoy mocking me, eh? :hihi:  pag nagkaron ako ng ganyang ab at panromansang katawan, tulo-laway ka na lng jan... :harhar:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: mikoangelo on Jun 12, 2014, 09:57 AM
pssst,pag naging ganyan katawan mo tuluan kita ng laway gusto mo ...  :laugh:

yung mga alaga ni epep laging nag lalaway...
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: vicces on Jun 12, 2014, 10:11 AM
pssst,pag naging ganyan katawan mo tuluan kita ng laway gusto mo ...  :laugh:

ewww yoko, panis na laway yan sigurado..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: bajoyjoy on Jun 13, 2014, 06:06 PM

Don't sound disappointed. It's not high praise.
:gagged:  :laugh: :rofl:  :hihi:

^If you ever come near to looking like that^^^ there will be a chance for you to say this:

Vicces in a very dramatic I'm-so-hurt tone of voice: "You only want me for my brain? But what about my body?" :laugh:


Ano yan, lolipop o hipon and peg ni vicces? I'ma luvin' this talk, more please.. :watchuthink:

@vicces, pakita nga yang 2 pandesal na yan... To see is to believe! :D
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 05, 2015, 06:42 PM
Due to another man/boy situation, the likes of---download a lot of TV series and watch till I fall asleep kind.

Is there an app for laptops a la Cinderella? Parang, the laptop will die at the stroke of 12 midnight so the giant baby goes to sleep because he has morning classes! That would be 10 O'clock, if it were up to me.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: ultimate on Jun 06, 2015, 04:58 AM
Schedule a task. shutdown /s
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 07, 2015, 02:01 AM
Schedule a task. shutdown /s

^Would that be password protected?
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: ultimate on Jun 07, 2015, 10:17 AM
No.  Scheduled tasks run automatically without user intervention. This is for Windows only by the way.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 07, 2015, 02:51 PM
Hmmnnnn.... he's 18 and a DOTA player. Not gonna work. He can do stuff in all our computers.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 09, 2015, 07:33 PM
Jinggoy won’t accept apology of thief who defecated in his house



07:16 PM June 8th, 2015

DETAINED Senator Jose “Jinggoy” Estrada will not accept the apology of the thief who sneaked into his house and stole cash early Saturday.

The senator, who is facing trial over the alleged pork barrel scam, also said he was puzzled by the thief who according to police not only stole cash, but also helped himself with food at Estrada’s kitchen then defecated in the balcony.

“Uminom pa ng juice, nagbalat pa ng mansanas and he really felt relaxed in our house knowing na walang tao roon. At pagkatapos niyang kumain, pumunta roon sa kuwarto namin, sa office ng misis ko, and that was the time when he took some valuables and cash sa opisina ng misis ko,” Estrada said after his bail hearing Monday.


“At hindi lang iyon, doon sa balcony, maraming portions doon sa bahay, pati sa baba na nag-defecate ang suspect. Hindi lang isang beses, hindi lang sa balcony. The other day, mayroong natagpuang na ano at ang pinang-takip pa doon sa kanyang dumi ay short pants pa ng anak kong bunso,” Estrada added.

“Hindi ko alam kung gawain ito ng matinong tao ,” he said.

Asked about the suspect’s apology that he did not know it was Senator Estrada’s house, the detained lawmaker said: “Hindi naman ganung (kasimple yun).”

He said he was most bothered about his daughter’s trauma after seeing the house ransacked and filthy.

“Iyong trauma na na-experience ng anak ko, hanggang ngayon ayaw na niyang umuwi sa bahay… Dahil natatakot. Biruin mo, nakita niya ang kuwarto niya na ganoon ang ayos,” Estrada said.

The senator also lamented that he was helpless at the time the burglary was committed as he is detained at the Philippine National Police Custodial Center.

“Hindi ko ma-express ang reaksyon ko noong Saturday night when my eldest daughter told me na mayroong magnanakaw doon sa (bahay). I was really helpless inside the Custodial Center… Hindi ko ma-explain ang reaksyon ko; I was really shouting na humihingi ako ng saklolo. Kasi wala ako roon, ang pamilya ko lang ang nandoon, ang asawa ko ang nandoon, pati mga anak ko,” Estrada said.

“So, they were really helpless, and I was also helpless,” he added.

According to police, Eric Dalagan, 34, rummaged through Estrada’s daughter’s room and the office of Estrada’s wife Precy in their house in Corinthian Hills, Quezon City, before eating in the kitchen and defecating in the balcony.

Dalagan jumped from the balcony after Precy and the rest of the family had just arrived early Saturday from the birthday of Estrada’s mother former senator Loi.

The suspect was later mauled on the street as he was attempting to escape.

Estrada was also angry that the incident happened on the night of his mother’s 85th birthday for which he was forbidden to attend by the Sandiganbayan Fifth Division hearing his case.

“Iyong hindi ako pinayagan ng Sandiganbayan, that happened Saturday early morning. According to my wife, iyong suspect daw nandoon siya sa loob ng bahay for around 4-5 hours as seen in the CCTV footage,” he said.

Estrada is facing plunder and graft charges over the scheme of using his Priority Development Assistance Funds (PDAF) to ghost projects for kickbacks allegedly masterminded by Janet Lim-Napoles. His mother Loi herself has been identified by witnesses as also having dealt with Napoles.

Napoles is serving a separate life sentence for the serious illegal detention of pork scam principal whistle-blower Benhur Luy.

The hearings on the pork barrel scam have resulted in the detention for plunder of Senators Estrada, Ramon Revilla Jr. and Juan Ponce Enrile, as well as former Representatives Rizalina Seachon Lanete and Edgar Valdez. AC



I don't know what to say  :help:

I'll try. And anyone can help out later.

----Ipa-medical yang burglar na yan. Four--- as in----apat na tumpok ng kaka? May problema sa Digestive System? Panis ang juice ni Senator Estrada? Baka ma-food poisoning sya.

----I-push mo yung Plea of Insanity, 'dong. Pakibigyan ng free legal assistance yan  :hihi:
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Post by: lowije_dapogs on Jun 09, 2015, 08:39 PM

Mensahe yun sa may ari ng bahay. It0ng bahay ny0ng pagkalaki-laki, tataihan ko lng!

Mas masarap mabalitaan ang gnyan vandalism pag tulad ni jinggoy ang biktima. Tama lang sayo yan, you deserve dat sh*t.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: TulogSaPancitan on Jun 09, 2015, 09:27 PM
^^ mother of all ironies. magnanakaw ninakawan. galit tlaga ang magnanakaw sa kapwa magnanakaw.
i don’t sympathize even to his children being traumatized. hindi lang trauma ang inabot ng mga naghihirap dahil sa tatay nyang magna cum laude. yung iba naibaon na sa hukay dahil namatay sa gutom.

dapat lang ma trauma ang mga anak nya para hindi na makisawsaw sa pulitika sa hinaharap nang sa gayon matuldukan na ang henerasyon ng mga magnanakaw.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: freefront on Jun 16, 2015, 03:24 PM
Pambansang PhotoBomber construction stopped by SC........ hello DMCI.

from Inquirer.net via facebook

Paco Train Station to be restored  :applause:
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: lowije_dapogs on Jun 17, 2015, 11:07 PM
^^ mother of all ironies. magnanakaw ninakawan. galit tlaga ang magnanakaw sa kapwa magnanakaw.
i don’t sympathize even to his children being traumatized. hindi lang trauma ang inabot ng mga naghihirap dahil sa tatay nyang magna cum laude. yung iba naibaon na sa hukay dahil namatay sa gutom.

dapat lang ma trauma ang mga anak nya para hindi na makisawsaw sa pulitika sa hinaharap nang sa gayon matuldukan na ang henerasyon ng mga magnanakaw.

wag ky0 maniwala ser umaarte lng si jingg0y pra may dahilan magpagawa ng bag0ng bahay kase ayaw na magstay ng anak nya dun... nakakatrauma ba makakita ng tae? Mga public t0ilets sa mga bus stati0ns madame hehehe

Kung yung pagnanakaw naman ang sabihing nakatrauma, walang maniniwala kc nga tatay nya numer0 unong magna ..
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: wilch23 on Nov 07, 2016, 05:09 PM
Panalo si Pacman.
Pero mukhang hindi na sya masyadong mainit sa tao.
Title: Re: The Random Thread
Post by: wilch23 on Nov 12, 2016, 11:09 AM
Dumb and Dumber debating.
Sino panalo?