Wednesday, October 25, 2006


Is This The Beggining Of Our Last Dance?

Thursday, July 27, 2006

13 Edible Things I Can't Live Without. (Including blah blahs!)

1. Tea - iced or hot.
Nai-cha (the one they serve in Chowking with caramel syrup),
Pearl Milk Tea (this is really refreshing, try this one available at Zagu),
Iced Tea in plastic bottles, doesn't matter what brand it is, (C2, Nestea, One, Lipton) white tea is the best.
tea Bags - best for rainy days and for constipation.

2. Tuna - (except Tuna Panga, don't like it.)
I hate fish but i love tuna, I even thought it was not fish when I was little...
Tuna in Can ( Century Tuna Hot & Spicy is kinda addictive, I wonder if there's some kind of addictive substance added in them)
Tuna Sisig (the one served at Davao tuna Grill is superb)
Tuna Sushi (not as good as salmon tuna but its ok)
Tuna sandwich (the one they sell at the 7th floor of Antel Global Bldg is satisfactory hehe)

3. Water - this should be on the top of the list but I guess I'm being dependent on other liquid substances nowadays like tea, juice, coffee, coke, and other hydrating drinks.

4. Rice - Oh my fucking God, I hate to say it but when I think of Rice, it reminds me of racial discrimination. There was this french film I've watched where the lead actor insults an asian by saying the lines: "I can buy you at the price of a bowl of rice, rice bowl!" Well, its just a movie, I don't care what those fucking foreigners think about us asians . I just love rice and I'm proud to be Asian. Hmmpf!

5.Potato (in different forms):
French fries - McDonald's, the best. New york Fries is not bad, with lots of dips to choose from.
Potato Chips - Pringles, Piknik, and V-cut. Lay's Potato is awesome but its not practical to buy one for such an expensive price. Hmmpf... I'll stick with my Piattos instead.

6. Instant Noodles (hehehe)...Hot Chili
It's good to have them in the house for midnight snacks and for unexpected sleep-overs, specially this rainy season. Good with pan de sal too! ^_^

7. Carrots, Cabbage, broccoli, and Kangkong - The only veggies I eat, nothing more, nothing less. Cucumber is good too but I'm not sure if they belong to the veggie category.
It's all about the fiber, but overall, I dont really like veggies. ^_^

8. SAN MIG LIGHT, Red Horse and Strong Ice.
The universal solvent... BEER! There's no better way to celebrate Life than drinking hehehe...
Apologies to all non-drinkers though...

9. Fruits - whatever is available;e in the season, except chesa.
My "nanay" has a "suki" who always bring fruits in the house every morning. She said it's the best way to lower blood pressure and cholesterol. Its a good source of natural fiber as well. Good for shakes too!

10. Chicken at KFC.
Who doesn't like KFC nowadays? I don't know if it's really the chicken that hooks me and my friends up, or was it the gravy?
Another way to celebrate is to have a bucket meal hehehehe! (Look at Oprah >> lolz)

11. Sushi, Pork Tonkatsu, Chicken Katsu, California Maki, and Beef Misono... (wakekekekeke!!! Wasabi and Misu soup too!)
Sometimes I wish I was born and raised in Japan. I envy those kids who have enjoyed eating japanese foods as early as they learn how to use chopsticks. Anyway, were lucky there's Teriyaki Boi, Tokyo-tokyo, Komorosoba, and Yoshinaya around the corner, in case we need to satisfy our japanese cravings!

12. Chocolate and Peanuts - Let's all face it, once we have a taste of them, we'll always ask for more. and we'll always wish they could last a couple more hours.
FYI:I'm not sure if you already know this, but according to scientific research, both cacao and peanuts have addictive substances that make humans crave for them after an intake. But the nice thing is, they don't have any bad effects on the human body so far.

13. And the last on my list is...(Dyanjararan...)
Spare Ribs Teppanyaki... The only thing I know how to do is to have this when I am frustrated, angry or depressed. Mostly when I am heartbroken. This is always my last resort. My refreshment. I'm not gonna tell you where I order my Teppan, it's for you to find out. My Teppan always comes with Tofu, bean sprouts, and mixed veggies... Any lucky guess?

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

My head is itchy, I got flakes, Damn it!

I was forced to visit a hair salon this weekend because I was thinking that my hair grooming is whack nowadays. I've been noticing myself scratching my head like a monkey in different places and that is so, so, so UNCOOL! It so irritating! The situation, not the scalp, I mean. Afterwards, I discover I have dry and scaly scalp underneath my thick hair... KAINIS!!! Ngayun lang ako magpapahaba ng hair, nagka-flakes pa ko... The hairsalon guy suggested that I might need a little haircut and trimming on my hair because some of the hair products I've been using may leave some residue and it might get stuck in my scalp and cause itching. Eh anu pa ba magagawa ko, GO! Cut my hair... huhuhuhu :-(

Anyway, the guy who did my hair was kinda cute, i mean he's really cute (chinito hehehe) kaya d ko natanggihan yung suggestion nya kainis. He even suggested, I should have a hot oil treatment to moisturize my scalp. Kainis, sige na nga. GO ulet! After that, I went home and took a bath, then I look at the products that I've been putting on my head, the only thing new in my bathroom basket is this... AHA! Vaseline Shampoo, Thick and Clean.. Ikaw pala nagpapakati ng scalp ko ha... Langya kang vaseline ka... Etong sayo, dun ka laundry area, puede kang gawing shampoo ng aso hmmp kainis... Grrr! Bwishet!

And the lesson sa BLOG post na ito, be aware of what you put in your body. Not only in your hair but in everything that you use in your skin and the whole body. I'm not saying "nakakadandruff ang Vaseline shampoo", in the first place i bought it because i like the fragrance of it. And in my first few days of using it, I was impressed because of its lasting freshness on my hair. Totoo nga yung commercial nila, hindi amoy-araw. Kaya lang, d ako hiyang. Nangate ang anit ko, and i had flakes! Kaya, I'll never ever use Vaseline shampoo again. NEVEEEEEER!!!!!!!!!

PS. I went to Watsons this morning after my shift, I noticed something on the shampoo shelves, the bottle is orange-colored, it's Vaseline Shampoo Dandruff Control. Asus, ayun naman pala. Bumile ko. hehehe "^_^" Cencia na tao lang! Mabango cia, in fairness! hehehe LOLZ ^_^

Monday, July 24, 2006

One Great Art Film: The Pillow Book

Not your ordinary movie in the popcorn house. This is a japanese-based movie so I'm sure a lot of you haven't watched it yet unless you appreciate watching japanese stuff. But if you are a big fan of Ewan McGregor, you may probably have seen this one, since he was the one of the main characters in this movie who played as the American Lover of the lead Japanese actress (Vivian Wu). I give it FIVE Thumbs and 5 Toes Up for a very unique story and a different potrayal of asian romance. One of the movies where you will be able to check out Ewan McGregors complete anatomy hehe LOLZ. I'm not sure if this movie was shown in local cinemas coz I have only seen it in DVD together with other Asian Art Films. The Pillow Book is directed and written by Peter Greenaway, stars Vivian Wu as Nagiko Kiyohara, a woman whose search for truth, self fulfillment, and revenge took her to the completion of a book composed of 13 chapters which she all wrote in the bodies of different men including her lover, Jerome (Ewan McGregor). After watching this movie, I am now desperate to have a tattoo. Among the thirteen books, I love the Seventh Book, the Book Of The Seducer which was written in the body of very cute japanese guy. I think he's a model or something because he's got a pretty good built and anice physique, eveything nice hehehe LOLZ. You should check him out too! ^_^

Even if you dont understand nihongo, I'm sure you're gonna enjoy seeing this movie for its artistic value and rich story line!

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Nothing to do in this lazy and rainy monday afternoon!~