Monday, 30 June 2008

Madugong Ilong

Nung mga naikailang araw na, madalas akong mag-blog hop. At marami sa mga blog na nakita ko, ako mismo ang namamangha sa galing nilang magsulat. Sa tanda kong ito, alam ko na kung anu-anong mga bagay ang marunong o magaling ako. Naisip ko, siguro isa sa mga bagay na kelangan ko pang pag-aralan ay ang magsulat ng mahusay sa Ingles.

Kaya ngayon, nagpasiya muna akong isulat o ilathala ang aking mga kaisipan sa Tagalog.

Una. Para hindi na dumugo ang ilong ko. Dito kasi sa opisina, puro mga Australiano na ang kausap ko sa telepono araw araw araw (oo, kasi pati Sabado kausap ko sila - madalas din kasi akong OT- half day lang naman) shempre mag-eenglish ka kasi kakausapin mo sila. Minsan naman alam kong Pinoy pero nagpapanggap pa ding Aussie (daw) sila (o, sha sha tama na at napaghahalataan ka pa din naman, Pidro, awat na at baka maistorke ka mag-tagalog ka na kasi...). Kaya yun. Siguro mejo nakakabobo din pala yung mag-english ka pero pare-pareho lang ang sinasabi mo. Shempre, rela-related din naman ang mga tanong ng customers samin kaya pare-pareho din ang aming sagot, iba't ibang tao nga lang. (P.S. Hindi ako taga-call center - Marketing Unit daw kami - walang kokontra).

Pangalawa. Gusto kong magsulat sa tagalog kasi marami akong nasasabi. Parang gumagana ang creative juices ng utak ko kapag nagkwekwento ako sa tagalog. (Paumanhin na lang sa ibang nationalidad na ayaw ng basahin ito dahil wala namang sense para sa inyo). Anyhow, para sa nakakaintindi, kapag kasi nagsusulat ako sa tagalog, nawawari kong parang ako mismo naiintindihan ko yung sinusulat ko.

Pangatlo. Ang pagsusulat ko sa aking sariling wika ang magsisilbing tulay ko para ako naman ay makapagsulat ng mga artikulo/post na matino sa ingles. Pano kasi kaya ko naman ginagawa ang blog na to, para sa darating na panahon may maaari akong balikan at pagnilay-nilayan. May maaaring magpa-alala sakin ng mga bagay na kinahiligan ko nun, mga aktibidad na ginawa ko noon... Mga ganun ba.

So... yun lang naman. Ay meron pa pa lang pang-apat.

Pang-apat. Sa palagay ko mas maiintindihan ng mga nagbabasa ng blog ko yung sinulat ko kung magtatagalog ako. (acheche! :P hehehehhe - AMININ!!!)

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Nanalo si Pacquiao sa laban nya kay Diaz! WHoohoo! Sa totoo lang, eto lang ang PINAKA-UNANG PANAHON na kinampihan ko si Pacquiao. Dati kasi, lalo na sa laban nila ni Morales, ayokong-ayoko sa kanya. Pano kasi parang ang taas ng ere nya sa ulo. Pero ano ang nagpabago ng pagtingin ko sa kanya? Yung dedication nya sa napili nyang trabaho, yung lakas ng loob nya, at yung passion nya sa pagboboksing. Na para sa kanya, marangal na trabaho yun. At para sa kanya, gagawin nya ang lahat mairaos lang ng matiwasay ang pamilya nya sa kahirapan, yung bang parang gagawin nya ang lahat hindi na lang sila maghirap. Para ngang nai-inspire na ako kay Manny ngayon. Haha. Baka isang araw, magpunta na din ako sa Mandalay Bay upang manuod ng laban nya, katapos ay mag-angat na din ako ng plakard, sasabihin ko na din (tulad ng sabi ng isa nyang fan), "Manny, marry me". LOL

Ano pa ang isang bagay na kinamangha ko sa boksingerong toh? Aba, nag-aaral na pala sha ngayon sa college (I think he's majoring in Management). Kahapon kasi nasa bahay ako ng nanay ko dahil nagsubscribe sha ng pay-per-view. Shempre, dahil star na star si Pacquiao sa kanila ng ma kamag-anak ko, marami na silang nakalap na chismis tungkol sa boksingerong to. Isa na nga dun yung nag-aaral na sha at --- ang mga anak nya ay nag-aaral sa Brent. Yes, oh yes. Sa Brent po mga kaibigan. Meron na nga din silang bahay sa Brentville na nagkakahalaga ng 100M Pesosesoses!!! Anyhow, sabi nga ng nanay ko, ay matalino na din tong si Pacquiao kasi pinag-aaral nya sa prestigiosong eskwelahan ang kanyang anak, para bagang at least alam nya na yung mga anak nya mas magiging matiwasay ang buhay dahil hindi na sila magiging boksingero tulad nya.

At isa pang magarang balita tungkol sa kanya? Dahil sa perang nakamit nya galing sa pagkapanalo nya, tutulungan nya yung mga taong nasalanta ng bagyong Frank. Kaya pala ang lalim ng dasal nya kahapon kasi hindi lang pamilya nya ang paglalaanan nya ng perang mapapalanunan nya kundi yung mga nasalanta din ng bagyo.

May bagong bayani na yata ang Pilipinas...



Siyanawa.

Saturday, 28 June 2008

Scribble Ribbles

Okay... So I've been quite busy with all the work that I've been doing in the office and that's why it was only now that I was able to post some "decent" post in my blog. Not just posts that are a "quick fix", posting movies, articles, or whatever because I (of course) like them and, at the same time, I really have no time to write my thoughts.

Dear Readers, how's your week so far?

Our week here in Manila starts on a Sunday. And so far, for quite a time being now, I think I've had no weekend - you know, the kind of a weekend that one still goes out doing errands or one still works so that she can earn extra money so pay the bills? So, just like I said, I've had no weekend as far as I could remember (yes, Baby, I know there's something running on your mind now).

You see, dear readers, I am not really accustomed to working through the weekends. For me the weekends is the time for me to stay home and watch tv and cook anything that I could think of and just literally lay my back. Weekend for me is a time to eat, sleep, and eat more. However, I guess because now that I have more payables and stuff, work has to be more and I'm afraid play has to be less - now that it's not only me that I do this for, but also my family.

I have realised that when one was a kid, he'd like to quickly grow up, and when he grew up, he'd wanted to live a carefree life like that when he was a child.

Funny isn't it?

But true.

But life has no rewind button, but one could fast forward it by not appreciating the present and just always looking forward for what the future would bring(have you watched Click starring Adam Sandler?). Sometimes, I had to admit, because I was too focused on what's gonna happen the next month, I miss out the little things that's happening around me.

Time for a change? Yes, it's always time for a change. Time flies so fast and I think no one really wants to fly with time.

Everybody wants to savor it.

Friday, 27 June 2008

Wanted? I (--aherm-- don't) so much want it! :D

Well. Well. Well. It's showing today. Although... I think it's sort of a bit over rated. Something like I already know what's going to happen next. The trailer was sort of a give away.

Wishin' there is more than what meets the eye.




Parang di ako mashadong nagandahan. Para lang shang bedtime story. Alam mo yung feeling na, di mo man alam yung saktong mangyayari eh alam mong parang dun pa din yung pupuntahan ng twist nung istorya?

Okay, yes yes, I know, I know. Curbing the bullet per se is impossible already. But man, the protagonist, just having a very little (for me it's very little) training, all of a sudden would be able to kill a lot of well-trained individuals, shouldn't that be impossible?

And I think it's unbelievable that just by firing bullets at the wings of the flies he'll be able to turn almost 180 degrees and go away from his nerdiness and all that surrounds him as a loser.

Although I would have to admit, James McAvoy played the role so well that one could feel with him when he's nervous or he felt vindicating his father. And of course, the lovely Angelina Jolie, being ever so "tough"-looking and all, her eyes, her jaw, her hair, her body, (and her mouth) says it all.

Anyway, that's just my POV. It's fiction, writers could write anything they would like to happen on the story. And maybe things really had to be fast because if it would be so detailed as a book, movie-watchers would be bored. Rotten tomatoes gave it a good score. My Beau and Hanz(my officemate) gave it a good score too. Oh well, so much for Rotten tomatoes I guess. But for me, this was just another bed-time action movie.


If there would be a movie that I would like to watch again, it would be I Am Legend, The Pursuit of Happyness and almost all Denzel Washington's movies.

Oh no, I ain't a black fan. Nope.



Or maybe I am.
;P

Monday, 23 June 2008

The Echo (Richard Gutierrez and Angel Locsin's SIGAW US Version)


I actually would like to see the film to compare it to the Filipino version. I liked the Fil version and the mystery that went in with the whole story. Although I'm quite indifferent with this one as even with the trailer, it somehow gives away the "mystery" of the story. (or is it just me because I already know the Fil version?). Anyhow, still kudos to Yam Laranas for making it big! :D

Saturday, 21 June 2008

I Am Looking Forward to Seeing This Movie!!!

You know what amazes me everytime I watch Will Smith? I guess it would also be the same/reasons that makes other people go watch his flicks and why a lot of people/companies/etc continue to sponsor him.

It could be because every role that he portrays, he portrays it by far so well.

Remember these movies?
Ali
MIB
Bad Boys
I-Robot
Hitch
Pursuit of Happiness
I Am Legend



AND PRESENTING...



Ta-da!!!



grab it! grab it! i know you wanna grab that widget :p

10 Evil Human Experiments

Warning: This article contains examples of behavior that many readers may find shocking or upsetting. Human experimentation existed well into the 20th century, and though now frowned upon by any moral scientist, can even be found in the 21st. Take genetically modified foods, fluoridated water, cloned foods, the numerous prescription drugs being given to children off-label -- even cell phones -- for example. Only time will tell what effects these “experiments” will have on the human race, but if history repeats itself, we are in for a bumpy ride. Here is a list of some of the most evil and unethical experiments ever carried out on humans. While they may seem unbelievable now, keep in mind that when they were being performed, no one spoke out against them until, often, it was too late.


10. Stanford Prison Experiment
The Stanford prison experiment was a psychological study of human responses to captivity, and its behavioral effects on both authorities and inmates. Undergraduate volunteers played the roles of both guards and prisoners living in a mock prison. Prisoners and guards rapidly adapted to their roles, and soon stepped beyond the boundaries of what had been predicted, leading to dangerous and psychologically damaging situations.
9. The Monster Study
The Monster Study was an experiment conducted on 22 orphan children in 1939. Half of the children were given positive speech therapy, in which the fluency of their speech was praised. The other half were belittled for every speech imperfection and told they were stutterers. Many of the normal speaking orphan children who received negative therapy suffered negative psychological effects and some retained speech problems during the course of their life.
8. Project 4.1
Project 4.1 was a medical study conducted by the United States of residents of the Marshall Islands exposed to radioactive fallout from the nuclear test at Bikini Atoll. In the decades that followed, children began to suffer disproportionately from thyroid cancer (due to exposure to radioiodines), and almost a third of those exposed developed neoplasms. A Department of Energy report concluded that, “The dual purpose of what is now a DOE medical program has led to a view by the Marshallese that they were being used as ‘guinea pigs’ in a ‘radiation experiment.’”
7. Project MKULTRA
Project MKULTRA, or MK-ULTRA, was the code name for a CIA mind-control research program. There is much published evidence that the project involved the surreptitious use of many types of drugs to manipulate individual mental states and to alter brain function. Experiments included administering LSD to CIA employees, military personnel, doctors, other government agents, prostitutes, mentally ill patients, and members of the general public in order to study their reactions. LSD and other drugs were usually administered without the subject’s knowledge or consent.
6. The Aversion Project
South Africa’s apartheid army forced white *** and gay soldiers to undergo ’sex-change’ operations in the 1970s and the 1980s, and submitted many to chemical castration, electric shock, and other unethical medical experiments. As many as 900 forced ’sexual reassignment’ operations may have been performed as part of a top-secret program to root out homosexuality from the service.
5. North Korean Experimentation
There have been many reports of North Korean human experimentation. One former North Korean woman prisoner tells how 50 healthy women prisoners were forced to eat poisoned cabbage leaves. All 50 were dead after 20 minutes of vomiting blood and anal bleeding. Kwon Hyok, a former prison head of security at Camp 22, described laboratories equipped respectively for poison gas, suffocation gas and blood experiments, in which three or four people, normally a family, were the experimental subjects.
4. Poison Laboratory of the Soviets
The Poison laboratory of the Soviet secret services, also known as Laboratory 1, Laboratory 12 and “The Chamber,” was a covert poison research and development facility. The Soviets tested a number of deadly poisons on prisoners, including mustard gas, ricin, and digitoxin.
3. The Tuskegee Syphilis Study
The Tuskegee Study of Untreated Syphilis in the Negro Male was a clinical study conducted between 1932 and 1972 in Tuskegee, Alabama. Nearly 400 poor African American sharecroppers were denied treatment for syphilis so that the effects could be examined. This study became notorious and led to major changes in how patients are protected in clinical studies.
2. Unit 731
Unit 731 was a covert biological and chemical warfare research unit of the Imperial Japanese Army. Some of the numerous atrocities committed included vivisection of living people, including pregnant women who were impregnated by the doctors, limbs amputated and reattached, and humans used as living test cases for grenades and flame throwers. Prisoners were also injected with strains of diseases to study their effects.
1. Nazi Experiments
Medical experimentation was conducted on large numbers of people by the German Nazi regime in its concentration camps during World War II. Dr. Josef Mengele performed experiments on over 1,500 sets of imprisoned twins; fewer than 200 individuals survived these studies. The tests ranged from the injection of different chemicals into the eyes of the twins to see if it would change their colors, to literally sewing the twins together in hopes of creating conjoined twins. Other experiments included forcing subjects to endure a tank of ice water for up to three hours to test hypothermia treatments, and infecting wounds with bacteria to test antibacterial treatments.

In my opinion, they should be/should have been stopped. But how?

Sources:
Listverse March 14, 2008
http://articles.mercola.com/

Good News to all Employees! (But is this a real good news to the gov't people as well?)

Just this week, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo has signed into law a bill that would exempt minimum wage earners from paying income tax and increasing personal exemptions for other employees.

According to the news, the law aims to provide financial relief to taxpayers in cognizance by the government of the hard times brought by multiple factors, including the current rice crisis, oil price hikes and the heightening inflationary pressure on commodities of all kinds and to help reduce the wide tax gap in the taxation of self-employed and professionals.

What I mostly like about this law is that all holiday, night differential, hazard, and overtime pay would also be tax-exempt. As said by Manuel Roxas.

Yes, I heard that the law said it's ALL. (in favor to Brix and I who usually take overtime skeds, wow, I now wonder how much our take home pay would be- har har). Although I'm quite thinking, would this law be straight-forward or would this law say one thing and mean another?

Anyhow, for other salaried workers, the measure would allow an employee earning P455 per day or P10,010 per month to have an additional take-home pay of P472.59 per month or P5,671.02 per year if unmarried; P678.50 per month or P8,142.04 per year as head of the family; and P580.92 per month or P6,971.02 per year for those married with four children. Do your math now as I am not good at it. But pretty much for me, that additional income will augment my budget for Christmas.

Now, for an employee earning P683 per day or P15,026 per month would have an additional take-home pay of P545.26 per month or P6,543.10 per year if unmarried; P1,307.18 per month or P15,686.20 per year as head of the family; and P1,190.52 per month or P14,286.20 per year for those married with four children. Now in this case I wonder why the head of the family takes home more pay than the one who is married with children? Hmmm?

Now where is the goverment going to get back the estimated P14 billion/year loss because of this new law? The law said the government hopes to recover the loss through the optional standard deductions (OSD), which will “simplify the filing of income tax returns and benefits, in particular, professionals and medium, small, and micro entrepreneurs. Yeah, right... they hope.

Still, this is one good reason to celebrate for us employees. (^_^)v
I'd like to thank Irene Mijia who forwarded this msg to my Outlook ;)

What do you call this phone?

My family used to live at my grandma's house and I remember when I was 4 years old, they (and even I) used to use this kind of phone. And I've always been wondering what it's called, like, phones without wires are called wireless phones, our cellphones are also called mobile phones because those can be brought anywhere the user goes. But how about this phone?


I have found out that this phone is called a bakelite telephone... Gives me memories of childhood. When the corded phones, those phones made somehow out of plastic and is wayyy lighter than these bakelite phones, went it the market. My grandma Elena handed the bakelite phone to us and allowed us to play with them. The playing didn't last for long as she realised that our bakelite phone could still be used for the household. She kept it in the storage room, unfortunately, time ate all the pieces away and that bakelite phone now just looks like history, but could not be used anymore.
Although in some places, I still see this phone being used by some people. Would want to use one sometime, just to remember the feeling of it. (^_^)v

Thursday, 19 June 2008

My Baby has a New Crib


Yes, you heard me right. A glimpse of his life. Share his thoughts. Laugh at his jokes. Read and see from his point of view...


... learn from him.

A man that anyone would learn a lot from. I just hope he gets to have enough time to update this first ever online diary of his from time to time.
(is it time to buy a PC now, Hunnie? kiddin' :P)

I've loved the way he writes and I will always be his # 1 fan.

I love you, Brix.
Now it won't just be me, but also others, will get a glimpse of how funky your life is and how great of a writer you are.

See ya in 10 minutes. :*

Wednesday, 18 June 2008

French Apple Pie at Sugarhouse


I've been craving for an apple pie for more than a year now and the apple pie that is sold at the foodcourt at Glorietta seem too little and expensive for me.


So one time (this was last Friday), when Brix and I were strolling at ATC after a satisfying dinner at Omakase, I was craving for some good "sweets", you know, not just flour and sugar. And that time I was reaaally thinking of a slice of a home-made apple pie.


We passed by Sugarhouse because I've seen that pie available at that store. We first went to CBTL but I was having some second thoughts. When we were at Sugarhouse I thought we were just going to be served the usual apple pie with plate and fork but --- oh goshhh -

an APPLE PIE WITH CHEESE AND CREAM?!?! I couldn't believe it!


So, of course, even when our stomachs were full we were still able to appreciate the goodness of that piece of pie. The best thing about it? The combination of a bit salty cheese, the slightly sweet whipped cream, the cinnamon, and the soft at the outside-crunchy on the inside apples that make up the apple pie.


... yum.


And of course, once is not enough, so off we went to Glorietta two days ago to look for the Sugarhouse shop there and this time, I didn't forget to take a pic.





look, look, look at it! hee-yummy (^^p)
And as Brix told me, a French apple pie really has cheese and cream, so I guess one way or the other, I've tasted a good one. :)

Monday, 16 June 2008

BulBop



The branches that I have tried (and the only branches I know so far) were the ones at the foodcourt of in SM Southmall and Festival Mall.
For me it's not just an ordinary fast food, as they serve FRESH vegetables, fresh donjeon, the freshest kimchi (I think it's homemade), just the freshest food.
When I go to the mall, I would usually see fastfood shops that have a menu that are either filled with fats or their food is usually fried. (yulk...)

Now when I have found out about this Korean fastfood shop, what amazed me was that the food are not just served on a plate. But instead, they are served on a dolsot (in Korea it means "stone bowl"), which keeps the food hot for quite sometime. And for me who is sort of I-want-my-food-kept-hot-all-the-time kind of person, this stone (or ceramic) bowl adds the yumminess of the food.

Well, I usually, if not all the time, eat their Bibimbap.


Wow. I've always loved the combination of those different and colourful vegetables that's topped on a cup of steamed rice, then on top of those veggies, there's a fried sunny side up egg, you mix 'em all together and --- voila! You'd feel like you've got some home-cooked meal, sans the sort of noisy environment that you'll be at coz it's at the food court. ;P Nevertheless, it's healthy, and you can even ask them to make it spicy or spicier for you. I like my Bibimbap spicy as it all the more brings out the flavor of my food.

So all for 79pesos you get that dolsot-yummy-good-healthy Bibimbap. And then for additional 10pesos you can additionally get their side dish that consists of donjeon, kimchi, and macaroni (or sometimes it's fruit salad). Side dish is just enough to compliment the main meal.


I soooo looooove this fastfood stop!

Thursday, 12 June 2008

Alliance Francaise de Manille



I think I'm gonna love this place...
Authentic French gustatory delight! Wow...
Here are some of the menu and the prices that Alliance Francaise de Manille offers:
HORS D'OEUVRES
Salade mixte lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and carrots Php 80.00
Salade niçoise Tuna chunks, lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, carrots, olives, eggs Php 150.00
VIANDES (served with a vegetable side dish and your choice of steamed rice)
Coq qu vin Chicken cooked in red wine, shallots, mushroom and bacon Php 280.00
Steak au poivre Beef tenderloin with pepper and cream sauce Php 340.00 (200g) / Php 420.00 (300g)
Les Pâtes
Penne au thon penne with tuna in creamed mushroom sauce Php 150.00
Fettucini à la carbonara fettucini in cream sauce with mushrooms Php 180.00
Sandwiches
Jambon ham, lettuce, tomato and cucumber Php 130.00 (French bread) / Php 80.00 (American bread)
Pâté maison homemade chicken liver with crispy pickles Php 100.00 (French bread) / Php 60.00 (American bread)
Poulet chicken, lettuce, tomato and cucumber Php 100.00 (French bread) / Php 60.00 (American bread)
Boissons
Thé glacé iced tea Php 35.00
Jus d'orange (orange juice) Php 30.00
Jus de mangue (mango juice) Php 30.00
Chocolat chaud ou froid (hot or cold chocolate)Php 35.00
Café frappé Php 35.00
Café latté Php 80.00
Café mochaPhp 80.00






Apéritif
Pastis Php 80.00
Kir Php 130.00
BIÈRE
San Miguel Beer Php 35.00
San Mig Light Php 35.00
Cocktails
Php 95.00
J'adore tequila with a lovable splash of fresh citrus flavors
Oh-la la a screaming blend of Malibu and carrot rum in sparkling water
Super nana tequila bathed in orange and blushed with grenadine
La guerre du feu blazing tequila mixed with Baileys and Kahlua
Le soleil warming apricot brandy ni dark rum, tanned with orange and grenadine
Mon ami good ol' whisky paired with Martini Blanco and bonded with crushed pineapple
Bon voyage a knock-out for the road! Gin, Baileys, Kahlua,
whisky and tequila, smothered in grenadine for the strong drinker!
VINS
Baltier Carignan, Merlot, Grenache
Php 500.00 (bottle)
Php 230.00 (25 cl)
Php 130.00 (12-15 cl)
Sauvignon - Vin de Pays (Sauvignon)
Php 600.00 (bottle)
Php 250.00 (25 cl)
Php 140.00 (12-15 cl)
Les desserts
Crêpe au chocolat ou aux fruits chocolate or fruit crepes Php 80.00
Cheese cake Php 80.00
Mousse au chocolat chocolate mousse Php 80.00
Délice de mangue mango float house specialty Php 80.00
Glaces maison homemade ice cream Php 100.00
Sur le pouce
Quiche lorraine ham and cheese tart Php 60.00 (yes! This one is a must! It's my fave food!)
Croissant au jambon et au fromage with ham and cheesePhp 100.00
Poissons
served with a vegetable side dish and your choice of steamed rice, French fries or mashed potatoes
Fruits de mer au curry seafood curry Php 300.00
Poisson à la normande fish with shrimps, mussels and mushrooms Php 300.00

Alliance Francaise de Manille is located at:
209 Nicanor Garcia Street,Bel-Air II, Makati City,Philippines
Tel.: +63 2 895 7585
+63 2 895 7441
Fax.: +63 2 899 3654
Email: info@alliance.ph

Friday, 6 June 2008

Some of the things I''ve noticed about Yoshua







From time to time I might update this post as I would of course see a lot more from this cute little bug:



1. (June 2008) Last May 2008, he's still was having some struggles talking or mimicking words whenever I ask him to say it. Just this June, he mimics way better than he used to do before. When we were at my mum's house just this weekend, I told him this, "Yosh, kuha tayo iced tea" ("Yosh let's get some iced tea"). Instead of him just nodding his head and just saying "tea", he said, "I'd tea" (for me that's a little bit more complete). It was such a great time to have heard him say that. It's more like me saying to myself, "Oh gosh, I'm proud of my son, that he's learning and I do not need to shove it on his throat, his learning at his own pace, in his own way..."

2. (June 2008) One of the things that has fascinated me so much was the fact that even right now that he hasn't completed a sentence yet, anyone could definitely notice that Yosh has a great sense of understanding. He may not be able to express through a complete, definite, coherent sentence the thing that he's trying to say, but hey, he can definitely talk with you through his body language. Like just yesterday, when he wanted me to play with him. He motioned me to look at my slipper, pointed out on my feet (which I did of course was to wear 'em, right?), and then pulled me away from the sofa, then he posed as if he's going to fight with me. (^_^)
There was another time when Babi got mad with me and he broke a monoblock a chair because he was so mad... You know what Yosh did? He pointed out to Babi, pointed out on the chair, then looked at me and said... "Babi". He knew that it was Babi who broke the chair. Hah. (sumbungero na! LOL).

3. (June 2008) EVERYDAY... He's getting moooore and moooore hypera-active! This is something that I have to keep up with, to be honest with you. I mean, as of the major moment, I haven't hit the gym for a long time and I actually am missing myself visiting the gym. And because I don't hit the gym very often, the flabs and fats that is being stored in my body is taking it's toll on me. Funny how I used to be a health buff, now I'm forgetting that I need to take care of myself as well so that I could keep up with this cute lil pup. Anyhow, he gets bouncy every and I even feel guilty that I sometimes get angry with him (yes, I'm impatient, indeed I am) even if he's just trying to enjoy and be happy at our own little home.

Tuesday, 3 June 2008

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