Tuesday, July 29, 2008

One Weird Dork

I'm all alone in the house. YESYES. Hahaha.

Well, coffee's starting to be ineffective and the effects are somehow reversed. I don't know. All I know is this: I'm addicted with Caffeine. I prioritize coffee over water. NOOOOO!

Zooot. Wala lang. I just remembered these thoughts. I just want to share my "topak" side, but no, I'm always crazy, weird, freak, well, you name it. Okay, here goes nothing.

Number 10. I just can’t remember why my closest friends in high school call me TAE (Shit). I don’t know. But the funny thing was, I didn’t feel any harassment or verbal abuse. I just enjoyed it! HAHAHA. I’m not an emotional masochist, but it’s just, I love it. I sometimes received SMS messages from my friends in high school and it goes like this: TAE, I MISS YOU NA! SM TAYO! Hahaha. Awww. This Friday, I have to meet these chums of mine.

Number 9. I first rode an airplane when I was two years old. The hell you care about it. But FYI, I almost went on to the detestable Kingdom of the airport’s Xray Machine. HAHAHA. It think it was at the Old Davao Int’l Airport. Lol.

Number 8. Back in preschool, I am consistent when it comes to the prestigious list. It’s not the infamous Dean’s or Chancellor’s List, it’s the list of the noisiest and the most talkative persons in the classroom. HAHAHA.

Number 7. In Nursery, I dived in the preschool hallway. Oops, I forgot, there’s not water. So yeah, my lips were battered with gruesome wounds, as if they underwent initiation to an infamous frat. HAHAHA!

Number 6. In the kitchen, I am always amazed with the dual sponge, you know, the thingamajig used in washing plates. It’s dual since the yellow part is soft and the green part is rough. Due to intense boredom and since I want to experiment on to it, I rubbed the green part on to my left cheek vigorously. I felt no pain, honestly, until my mom saw me and she panicked for the reason that my left cheek was bleeding profusely. HAHAHAHA. And the result? I looked like Dr. Blake (Male Version) of the environmental cartoon show, Captain Planet!

Number 5. ‘Til know, I always play with my toy airplane. PERIOD. Boeing 747-400 is nice. HAHAHA.

Number 4. I get sick when my dad’s not around or I didn’t see him for at least two weeks. Back in 1999, my dad worked on to training in Manila and on his arrival date, I was so impatient that I rubbed my forehead in the rubber mat. Yes, we all know the beauty of friction, it caused a circular wound on to my forehead and as if it was my third eye. HAHAHA. Tae.

Number 3. I accidentally sneaked on to my old and grumpy Chinese Teacher’s undie! HAHAHA. No, I didn’t mean it, seriously. It’s just, I was staring at the ceiling and the classroom’s very hot at that time. Then suddenly, she walked right on to my view and I thought I was in Heaven, I only waited for light, but there was no light. HAHAHAHA. I just saw lots and lots of cloud-like laces. HAHAHA. Tae.

Number 2. When I was three, my mom introduced me to animals, to see if her cute son is fond of animals. Yes, I’m fond of animals in a way I looove to see them suffer right in my own eyes! I want to feel them that I’m powerful than them. BWAHAHAHA. So, I killed three Goldfish. Poor thing! What I did was this: I just poured a few fish flakes into the bowl until I accidentally pour the WHOLE CONTENT of the fish food. Ooops. I’m not a murderer. It was an accident. IT WAS AN ACCIDENT. Please please please, have mercy on me jury! HAHAHA ;))))

Number 1. The Ultimate One. When I was four years old, I used to experiment different kind of things, like the appliances in the house, electric sockets and more. The electric socket was my subject for my experiment. Hahaha. So, I grabbed lots and lots of staple wire, put it right directly on the electrical socket and POOOOF! It became Koko Krunch! Kidddiing! Hahaha. No seriously, I danced Tinikling at that time since I was dodging on to the flying electric sparks and current. I hid under the table for thirty minutes until my mom went out on to her room and smelled something fishy.

HAHAHA. I should be studying Organic Chem, but I can’t concentrate since the rain’s battering the roofs of the houses and it creates an irksome noise. Uggh.

So yeah, let’s sing with my playlist. HAHAHA :))) Hope you like my songs, though most them are not that famous. Hahaha. I have a weird taste in music eh.

Friday, July 25, 2008

Biyernes Santo

Two weeks ago, I started to hate Fridays since the first exam of the semester. It was scheduled in an early Saturday morning, got an hour and 10 minutes late, only have 35 minutes to answer the exam, but managed to finish the exam and up to now, the results were not yet displayed outside her office. HAHAHA :))

But today, I really really REALLY LOVE THIS DAY. It's just like I've accidentally kissed Lindsay Lohan in Central Park and all of her luck were passed on to me. HAHAHA. Yeah right. Yes, the group reporting in Nat Sci 2 was somehow successful, the Chem 31 First long exam was rescheduled (YEEEEESS), Organic Chem Lab's first exam will be this Monday.It'll just cover three chapters. OH YEAH. I love it. And yeah, after one month, nakabalik na rin ako sa SM. HAHAHA. Well, I just went to SM alone, shopped and window shopped (though, windowshopping is not my thing) in some boutiques, stores and ate PIZZA. YEAAA. These are just ways to relieve myself from stress, though brisk walking in the mall is quite tiring. Hahaha. :))

One more thing, Nat Sci 2 is very similar and have the same lesson (and admitedly same teacher) with my major subject (Bio 70 - Earth Science and Life's Processes). Since magrereport kami sa Bio 70 (and katatapos ko lang mag report sa Nat Sci 2), nag bunutan kami kanina for the topics, and luckily, nakuha ko ang Earthquake. Funny thing was, yan ang topic ng Nat Sci 2 report namin. HAHAHAHA. Same topic, same groupmates, and same teacher. Yeabah!

There are simple things that I've learned on this wonderful day:

* Number 1. Don't say the Fuck word when the mic's on, most especially if you're a reporter. HAHAHAHAHA. Diba M_____. Ooops. Toot.

* Number 2. Eating during class hours is highly prohibited, unless you want everyone to hear your burp, and prove na mas maganda pa boses mo kesa kay Pavarotti.

* Number 3. Hindi talaga kayang i-cram ang Microbiology. :)

* Number 4. Laarni's CRAZY. HAHAHAHAA :))))))

* Number 5. Kapag nahulog ang mini-globe ng teacher, baliktarin ang model ng Earth. Amazing kasi kung inverted ang land masses natin, wherein Asia, North America, Europe and the Arctic Ocean is located in the Southern Hemisphere and the faces of the continents are very funny!

* Number 6. Masaya kapag nakaupo ka malapit sa projector. Free Pseudosauna bath.

* Number 7. Two months nalang and sembreak na!

HAHAHAHA. It's really nice to read back issues of Kule :) Hahahaha.
Diba?! Agree?!

Wednesday, July 23, 2008


We're not weird, we're just.. Gifted.
(taken from Robi's infamous statement shirt, though I just replaced I with we.)

The profanity of such avowals are somehow based on factual events but sometimes chauvinism may surmount the veracity of it. Just don't throw erroneous indictments. :) Just be careful little smurf, I know you're not a troublemaker, but you're unconscious of creating an offensive bedlam. Civil war is not the last resort of this shit, cold war would be more appropriate.

And I'm sick of it.

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Arrays and Streams of Cynicism

I ain’t Superman or Ironman. I can’t tolerate such inexplicable behavior which may lead to numbness, dumbness and disillusionment. You don’t need to repeat such instant messages over and over again. I have two eyes, a perfect set of natural optic doohickeys in my body. It seems that you can’t comprehend with the term 20-20 vision? How ironic and pathetic. You don’t need to ask too much information about me and my chums. You are sometimes crossing our barrier. It’s similar when you want to cross the borders of States in an illegal manner. One should mind their own business, and besides, we haven’t met you personally. I’m on the brink of losing my sanity. You have SUCCESSFULLY reached the threshold of my patience. Don’t try it, dude. I know you want to live longer than Dolphy and I know you don’t want your body to be as thin as a lone toothpick.

And here comes your f*ckin’ alter ego. We don’t care about your life because in the first place we didn’t ask about it. We’ve listened (and endured) all of your dramatic stories but it turns out that if it’s our turn to “show and tell”, you are not a good listener. Life is really unfair, and we already knew that. Such a showoff brat! Bratinello, uggh.

I am quite disappointed with The Killer’s Third Album (or I didn’t download the correct torrent file), Sawdust. Sam’s Town is the BEST album, and Hot Fuss is better than Sawdust, in my own opinion. Just wait. I only have the chance to sneak every song in the album. I haven’t heard the entire album. 80 minutes is enough for an LSS to attack you. If you’re gifted, then you can memorize the lyrics of the album. Come and join THE SINGING BEE. And the third paragraph is NOT related with the first and second paragraph.

And it would be nice if they can comprehend this entry.

Monday, July 21, 2008

The Second Round

When a strong typhoon strikes, it would unleash tremendous amount of force, more powerful than Little Boy. Enola Gay is but a carrier of the cataclysmic event. Whatever! So here I am again, instead of facing those boring equations of classical Physics, I'm blogging about everything that my mind can perceive, otherwise just to relieve myself from accumulated stress.

So, who invented moving exams by the way? I mean, I have to admit that I really hate moving exams. It’s just I don’t want to experience intense pressure, the same feeling when a beef is subjected to heat inside the pressure cooker. Apparently, 5 minutes per station is sufficient (though that’s very long), most teachers prefer two and a half minutes per station. What I really hate is this: Identifying those indiscernible parts of cells, bacteria and others. Okaaaay, so it’s not obvious that I’m nervous about the moving exam in Botany and Microbiology. But no, sometimes, moving exams are exciting, most especially if teachers will put some “twists” in the exam, like dance like a rooster, or sing any songs of Aegis (eww) and if you’re successful, then you’ll get a perfect score on that item. Awwww.

Anyhow, I’m very happy that my aunt (who works as an entrepreneur in Indonesia) brought some Indocafe Cappucino. Coffee in Indonesia is delicious. Kung icocompare mo dito, isang sachet ng Nescafe, 14.0 grams lang, samantala sa Indonesia, 25.0 grams. Awwwww. Aabutin ako nito ng madaling araw. Okay lang. Nocturnal naman ako eh!

So okay, exam will be this morning, 7.00 am. HAHAHA. Okay, 11 more hours ‘til doomsday. Back to reality. I’m tired. This is the second phase. Weekends are similar to an eye of a storm. Calmness, serenity – 13 hours of sleep. But no, the second part would be more disastrous than the former part. Be prepared. Be scared. But I’m not scared, ‘coz I’m scaring myself, which is quite ineffective. TANGENA, sabaw!

One last thing, ampanget na ng Imeem player! GRRRRR. Di na siya cute. Tae! Sarah Brightman paid a visit on to my feeble brain and once again, inatake nanaman ako ng LSS. Poooooooooooootek! (Salamat sa commercial ng Tide). LOL =)))))

Drooling and Googling

Yes, I'm a bummer.

Try this and be amazed by the power of search engines. I tried on googling my name and I was a bit surprised on some anonymous comments coming from other sites. Hahaha. I was glued in my monitor for a moment (while answering Mon's query about Unit Vectors & Addition) and I was very mesmerized by those comments given by people that I didn't know personally. Lol. A smile lingers on to my quaint face whenever I read those comments (can be in a form of compliment or constructive criticisms).

So if you want to know if someone's talking on to you in a cyber manner (and if you're lucky that the content is for everyone), just type your name on the google search engine (it also works on other search engines like yahoo or msn). Who knows, maybe you're the latest talk of the town. Daig niyo pa ang mga artista na sangkot sa intriga. Lol.

And I'm glued with this song: Dust in the Wind. I've tried playing this on piano and I have to admit that it's quite tricky. It took me thirty minutes before I finally figured the pattern. Siiiigh. Wish ko sana, sembreak na ngayon. I missed my former "bummer-yet-productive" lifestyle. HAHAHA.

Monday, July 14, 2008


Congratulations to Dayana Mendoza (Miss Venezuela), the new Miss Universe 2008.

Venezuela has always been present in the Top Ten or better yet, in the Top Five of the most hyped beauty pageant of the universe. But Venezuela didn't bag the Miss Universe Crown for almost twelve years. At long last, nakuha niyo na ang korona.

Kudos Dayana!

There are things that made me happy as well as disappointed on today's pageant.

  • Type ng judges ngayon ang mga Latina. Pansin niyo? Hahaha. Four out of Five delegates were delegates from Central America. Epal lang si Miss Russia.
  • ARRRRRGGGGHHHH. Miss Korea and Miss Philippines didn't make it to the Final 15. Awww. Sayang. :(( Anyways, the host city for the Miss Universe 2009 would be on Puerto Rico.
  • Ohws? Miss Puerto Rico and Miss Brazil also didn't make it to the Final 15. Okay lang.. suki naman kayo sa Top 15, 10 and Final Five eh. :))
  • Black American ang delegate ng USA. This only means one thing: Mananalo si Obama. Connection pleease??
  • OH YEAAAAAAHHHH. History really repeats itself. Miss USA's (Crystle Stewart) bittersweet butt-demise was witnessed by billions of people watching the said event. Ouch. Awwww. I miss Rachel Smith. Sayang walang nag booooooooooo. Naaaah. Vietnamese show proper de quorum behavior, at least. After Stewart fell, she encouraged the audience to applaud by clapping her hands. She was eliminated after Evening Gown, finishing eighth place.
  • BAKIT WALANG MISS PHOTOGENIC AWARD? Tae. Consuelo na dapat yan para sa mga Pinoy. HAHAHAHA. Tae.
  • Miss Thailand's national costume was really astounding. Bow.
  • Miss El Salvador is the puniest yet the bubbliest of all. Hahaha. She stands only 5'3 but she bagged the Miss Congeniality award.
  • Rumors said that Miss Egypt slapped the former Miss Universe title holder, Riyo Mori when Riyo accidentaly stepped on Miss Egypt's gown. HAHAHAHA. Scandal beybe!
  • As usual, kamukha ni Sandara Park si Miss China.
  • Colombia, Venezuela and Mexico did have a Spanish interpreter but they managed to answer in English language. Great.

Whatever. I do hope Philippines will win the Miss Universe 2009. HAHAHAHA. Dream on! But hey! Malay natin diba?

Malay ko, malay natin lahat.. MALAYSIA!
Kaboom kabam Kabaaaang.. AFGHANISTAN!
Hindi sa kanya at hindi rin sa akin. Eh di kanino? KENYA!

And she's a Pol Sci Major in Diliman. WTF.

I just read the latest blog post on UP's multiply account and it's quite disturbing. It’s an entry written by a PolSci freshie and she has mustered enough courage to speak on how her mind inculcated different perspectives and POVs during one of the rallies in Diliman (I think this was done last week due to the exorbitant prices on goods, fuel and other necessities). So yeah, I'm just taking this one-of-a-kind privilege of living in a democratic country.

So here goes nothing.

lol. kua joaquin told me to know how to defend my stand...so, i'll start here...

(FYI for those who don't know: kanina me mga estudyante nag-walk out to call for the resignation of our president due to a lot of things)

1. the most important question of all...if PGMA resigns, who will replace her?? VP De Castro?? come on! i know YOU are smarter than that. VP De Castro is a good vice president but i don't think he will be a good president, and i think he knows that too. (good man, that guy)

2. you're whimpring like a battered dog about oil price hike. it's a GLOBAL thing. Oil price hike is not an isolated case in the Philippines. it's happening EVERYWHERE. I know the times is hard but, be UNSELFISH sometimes. I know that everyone is selfish and only thinks of theirselves and their families and loved ones but we should realize that the whole world doesn't revolve around us. It's not the government's fault if the oil price increases. It's happening everywhere you look and if you wanna get to the root of the problem, here it is:
  • a. resources: we all know that oil is a limited resource and that we are slowly exhausting this valuable resource, i know you were all brilliant high school students and that you were taught basic economics, but if you forgot, let a freshie refresh you: the higher the demand, the lesser the supply, the higher the price. basic. i don't need to elaborate, right??
  • b. war. let's face it, (no offense meant but) it's all USA's fault. This war that they got themselves into is killing a lot of people and when there's chaos and war, it will be harder to get the oil. (i don't need to explain right? i'm sure you understand why...if not, here's a clue: COMMON SENSE; but they do say common sense is not so common nowadays)
    there, now yo know why the oil is that expensive.

3.you're telling the government to cut down tax. OMG. it's as if you're asking your mom to donate ALL her blood to you just for you to live. I assume that you know what taxes are for...but then, if you do, you wouldn't rally right?? let me refresh you again. tax is the bloodstream of the government, take it away, the government will crumble down faster than a badly-baked caked. so, will you let your mom sacrifice her blood for you?? OMG. what a horrible person you are. you're asking your mom to abandon her other millions of children for you. very SELFISH, but, a TYPICAL human being.

4.Tuition fee increase. alright. let me tell you this. kaming mga freshie lang ang may karapatang magreklamo tungkol sa tuition fee increase. bakit, kayo ba ang naapektohan d naman db?? tnx for the care but i think i understand the government why. quality comes with price. come on, we're the best university in town (heck, in the country) and our tuition fee is way low. d b keo nakokonxenxa sa mga prof nating mga doctors and masters?? ang gagalin nila pero ang baba ng sweldo nila...buti nga ln, nagtu2ro p rin cla d2 ee...d sa mga private schools who could definitely pay them better.

5. oh yeah, before i forgot, don't you know that civil unrest (that is, the rallies, the protests, the war inside the country) is affecting the economy? more chaos=less investors, less investors=less work, less work=no money, no money=no food. MORE CHAOS=NO FOOD. is this your goal?? coz, ur not helping our country prosper, you're just us helping dig our own grave.

time to be a Filipino.

ayan. may stand na ako. grabe, ganito pla eung epekto ng sakit ng ulo + ulan + matagal na paghihintay sa greenwich + ice cream >_<

for comments, just place them here. and i'll reply asap ^_^

*sigh* sorry late eung post...unstable xe eung internet connection eee....kea d aq makapag-post on time >_<

but i think it would be unfair for me to just say stuff and not give a solution...
i think that the only way for our government to be stable and everything to be alright is through a civil war. it's harsh but it's reality. without a civil war, there will be no nationalism. I mean, if there was a war, people will offer their lives for the country and we'll all remember what the past heroes did and we would honor our country, just like what happened in other countries, after their civil war, they become united.

that is not the best solution but well, it is the only thing i could think of at the moment...don't worry, as we course throught different philosophers in soc sci 2, i'll offer more insights. right now, we're still in plato and what he's saying is too futuristic and there would be a revolution if we do that "abolishing of family" thingy.

p.s: for those who don't know, i'm a pol sci major, and a freshie ^_^

Now, it's my turn. ZOOOOOOOOOT.

Number 1.
Yes, that’s the trend on Philippine politics. But wouldn’t it be nice if we start the change within ourselves? I mean, a drastic change in a country would be difficult and citizens may have the tendency to experience obscurities in life. Change starts within our own selves. Our president is NOT a robot. I’m not defending the president but we should be sensitive enough, right?

Number two.
Themselves po, not theirselves. Yes, it’s a global thing, but don’t you think being selfish is NOT the BEST SOLUTION? I mean the world is an unfair place to live in but there’s still ways to battle these predicaments. On the oil thing, you don’t need to elaborate that thing on to us girl. WE ALREADY KNEW THAT! Shoot. What we’re trying to point us is the EVAT thing. Uggh. I’m tired of explaining these things, for crying out loud. Now, let’s proceed with the war. Crap. You’re blaming USA. We all know that the US is one of the most powerful countries in the world, but don’t you think all of us are capable of doing this malevolent act? I really hate people when they generalize ideas. Uggh. Hindi por quet kung Amerikano ka na, laging gera ang nasa isip mo.

Number three.
Now you’re getting harsh on to your words and as if you know the real meaning of life. Shit. AGAIN, YOU DON’T NEED TO CONDUCT A ONE MINUTE LECTURE ABOUT ECONOMICS. We all know that Juan must pay right taxes on to his motherland. WE ARE TRYING TO POINT OUT where do our taxes go? I mean, I know you have heard those anomalies about those money scams into our government, the white elephants and more. Corruption is what we are trying to point out. We are not against on paying our taxes, but we are after on to the proper financial subsidies on to our country. Get it?!

Number four.
I can’t help it. ANG YABANG MO. Por que nakkapagaral ka na sa UP ganoon na ang way of thinking mo??! FYI. WALA SIGURONG TV SA BAHAY NIYO KAYA DI MO ALAM. Nagsimula po ang TOFI last year, hindi ngayon year lang. PASALAMAT KA NGA eh yung mga upperclassmen natin, nagbibigay ng supporta sa problema natin. Ayaw mo pa niyon??! Sabagay, you’re acting selfish naman eh, right? Diba sabi mo “be UNSELFISH sometimes”?! At may theirselves ka pang nalalaman. Tae. Yes. We are against with the tuition fee increase. UP is NOT A PRIVATE INSTITUTION, it’s a STATE UNIVERSITY. Last May (correct me if I’m wrong), UP was proclaimed as the NATIONAL UNIVERSITY of the country. UP is subsidized by the government. I DON’T THINK na kulang ang pera n gating bayan, I think the problem lies between the proper budget allocation in the education sector.

UGGGGHH. Now you’re driving me crazy. We have gained sovereignty since 1898. That’s the beauty of freedom. Each and every one of us has its own right to express their own opinion, just like what you did today (and me too)! But no, if there were no rallies, don’t you think that the investors will still invest on our country? I don’t think they’ll know each and every bit of events that are happening simultaneously in our country. Take this for example. Kung si Maria, inaaway niya ang kapatid niya, tapos walang nagsasabi sa kanilang nanay’t tatay. Diba parang nagmumukhang mangmang ang mga magulang nila? Each and every one of us has the right to know what’s happening on to our country.

And oh! I don’t think you don’t possess the true values that a true Filipino possesses.

We don’t care if your head aches like shit, or if matagal kang pumila at naghintay ng order mong overload sa Greenwhich.

One more thing. I AM REALLY DISTURBED WITH YOUR SOLUTION. Is that the best thing that you can think? Civil war does no good nor benefits one country. Actually, it’s the worst form of war in the world. Imbes na magtutulungan tayo, nagkaroroon pa tayo ng hidwaan sa kapwa nating Pilipino! Earth to this alien! Nationalism can be attained WITHOUT THE HELP OF CIVIL WAR.

You’re getting too technical. I think you don’t actually understand your lessons in Soc Sci 2 base on to your shallow opinions. Review your notes again dear, that is, if you don’t want to receive harsh comments. Actually, kaya nga 95% ng mga comments ng entry mo harsh kasi nga, super callous ang mga opinions mo.

Broaden your mind dear. Your way of thinking is getting narrower and narrower and narrower. Freshie ka pa. So what if you’re a Pol Sci Major. Duh.

Saturday, July 05, 2008

Speak UP

The splendor of a certain country isn’t always based on to the magnificent picturesque of white sand beaches or notable landmarks. It lies on to the beauty of FREEDOM. Likewise, Philippines is a very beautiful country REGARDLESS of different accusations of different sectors in our country – name it, from the national government, the economy and more. Juan knew that in the first place.

People have this problem when it freedom. They tend to abuse it. It’s human nature, I guess. It’s not a big deal, ACTUALLY to speak on what’s on your mind. But I don’t think generalizing statements is a good thing. I mean, when somebody generalizes something, he must be certain about the ACTUAL events that occurred in the past. He MUST be sure about it otherwise it’s better to zip his pie hole rather than to create another unimaginable mayhem.

The world is such an inevitable place to live in. Let’s face it. Life is unfair sometimes. Let’s think of it this way. These predicaments of life are only challenges of life. It serves as an “exam” of our life. Most of us knew the solution of it and overtime, we can surpass these trials in life. For the past few weeks, people nowadays are driving me crazy, both figuratively and literally. Somehow, they don’t know how to discern the differences between constructive criticisms and shitty criticisms. I know men tend to be mean but don’t you think it’s for the betterment of others (that is if they have enough bases on it)?

One thing for sure, problems will never be solved unless men start to help each one another. Little by little, problems will be solved in no time. And oh, this is just a simple an unbiased insight from last week’s horrid event. Siiiiigh..