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Let’s go Chomper!

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

plants-vs-zombies

I’m giving you a few more weeks, then you’re out of my life, zombies and you too, plants. I don’t want to have anything to do with your fight anymore. I don’t even know why you’re fighting in the first place. Plants against zombies? Wtf! But anyways…. In the meantime, let’s go Chomper!



Not by bread at all

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

pacmanbreadAmong the news features that saw print in this paper this year, this one by UP Mass Comm intern Rachel Mae Sarmiento has got the best hook in its lead paragraph:

“MANNY Pacquiao is tough, compact and sweet. Manny Pacquiao has 6.8 percent cholesterol, 7.6 percent protein, 6.4 percent carbohydrates and 3.7 percent calcium, plus iron, niacin and vitamin E. Truly, Manny Pacquiao is good for your health.”



‘May I touch your lingam?’

Monday, March 15th, 2010

lingamThis is one article I wish I was writing under a pseudonym. Why? Because ours is a culture that finds certain innocent words referring to some parts of our anatomy “obscene.”

The words I am referring to are penis, genitals, orgasm, ejaculation, masturbation, and other terms that you, with your puritan upbringing, wish did not exist at all. And more than just the brute force of the words themselves, this article will evoke images of male sex organs being fondled by massage therapists in some dark spas in the city. So don’t say I didn’t warn you.



Bacon briefs, Chaplin suits

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

grass skirt1Amid an outpouring of generosity for typhoon victims in Manila and other parts of Luzon, The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) issued an advisory preventing the public from donating the following relief items: old ninong-type barongs, Halloween witch wigs, lace beaded dresses, Darna outfits, The Joker masks, pastel-colored floral gowns, belly dancing outfits, Dracula capes, and silvery purple tutus.



Ang Pagbalik

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

insoy-armyI can always blame Facebook for keeping me away from my website — My Personal Website — for months. Hey, by the way, how many of us can say, “I have my own website?” Cool.

Or I can always use the ever convenient excuse of artists, “Angst.” Use “angst” in a sentence: “Nag-angst ko ‘bay, mao nang wa na ko ka-update sa akong website, my personal website.”

But I am always suspicious of artists who, having been in the art scene for years, still use the word “angst.” Mag-angst ko anang mga tawhana.

Or I can always say a personal website is lonely. At least in Facebook, I have sure “friends” who always “like” what’s in my mind and comment on my “notes.” With the personal website, it feels so alone. You see, interactivity

is dependent on the number of likes and comments and smileys and fans and pages and some fucking shit just throw you some fuckin pillow messages you get every day.





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