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#1 ermita rojo

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 08:13 PM

let me untie that Ferragamo tie.

 

let me remove that leather shoe.

 

let me light up that Diptyque candle.

 

and play on some soft music.

 

let me pour that wine.

 

let me dim the lights. 

 

 

 

 

 

it's time to relax.

 

 

:)

 

 

 

 


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Posted 06 November 2015 - 08:44 PM

Some meaningful lines for you, my dear. :D

 

And surely you will buy your cup 
And surely I'll buy mine 
And we'll take a cup o'kindness yet 
For auld lang syne



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Posted 06 November 2015 - 08:52 PM

^_^

 

thank you ms. efficient mod.

 

 

reminds me of the sex-and-the-city-movie scene...... :rolleyes:



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Posted 06 November 2015 - 08:54 PM

so yeah,

 

i'd do this guy anytime  :lol:

 

 

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Posted 06 November 2015 - 11:32 PM

charisma off the charts?



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 12:00 AM

^_^

 

thank you ms. efficient mod.

 

 

reminds me of the sex-and-the-city-movie scene...... :rolleyes:

 

Don't mention it. ;)

 

In which particular scene there?  :rolleyes:



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:00 AM

this  :)

 

 



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:13 AM

Amusing.

 

 

How some people here would appear to put premium on grammar and logic.

 

 

but would blindly follow those who can barely construct grammatically-correct statements and can barely make sense out of them  ;)

 

 

 

 

really, men are the most predictable  ^_^



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:43 AM

Hope i can visit this place soon.

 

 

#refinery

 

 

 

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 06:49 AM

hello madam rojo, congrats on your new room.



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 08:23 AM

aaaaaaw  :) this is one amazing ad. 

 

 

 

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 08:50 AM

Not many people know, but there is a section in the Inquirer entitled Love. Life.

 

 

it's a weekly section dedicated to matters of the heart (but of course), to letters unsent, to messages not said.

 

 

Some are well-written, some are not.

 

 

But i do not mind.  

 

 

It's always good to read, and learn from other people's thoughts.  sentiments.  journeys.

 

 

Sometimes it feels good when the things I feel are put to words and prose by someone else.

 

 

Someone else more eloquent, more articulate. Someone who knows the feeling better than I do.

 

 

 

So here it is.  For once, let go of that intellectual tendency to criticize and analyze.

 

 

Just read.  :)

 

http://opinion.inqui...olumn/love-life



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:27 PM

true? 

 

 

:rolleyes:

 

 

 

 

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:35 PM

:D  :unsure:  :angry:

 

 

https://professional...g-bala-ka-lang/

 

 

 

 

ISANG BALA KA LANG

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ISANG ARAW, sa Ninoy Aquino International Airport…

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Airport Personnel (AP): Sir, wait lang. May nakitang bala sa bulsa ng bag mo.

Passenger (galit): Tapos ano Miss? Igigiit n’yong sa akin ang bala? Tapos kakasuhan n’yo ako? Tapos hihingi kayo ng pera kapalit ng pag-drop sa aking kaso? Tapos ‘pag ‘di ako nagbigay, tutuluyan n’yo ako kaya makukulong ako; ‘di makakaalis ng bansa; maaabala ang trabaho, at mapapahiya sa buong mundo. ‘Yan naman ng plano n’yo ‘di ba? ‘Di ba?!!!! Sumagot ka!!!

AP:

Passenger: Grabe ka namang makatingin ‘teh. Galit agad? Inunahan lang kita. Oo na. Sige na, buksan mo na.

* * * * *

AP: Boss, wait lang. May nakitang dalawang bala sa bag n’yo. Kailangan natin ‘yang buksan.

Passenger: Magkano? 

AP: Sir?!

Passenger: SABI KO, MAGKANO!?! SUMAGOT KA! MAGKANO?!?!

AP: ‘WAG N’YO AKONG SIGAWAN DAHIL HINDI AKO BINGI AT LALONG HINDI AKO SANGKOT SA RAKET NA ‘YAN! Magkano ho bang kaya n’yo? Curious lang. Walang malisya.

* * * * *

AP: Miss, may bala sa bag mo! Kailangang buksan mo ‘yan!

Passenger: Huh? Bakit ako magkakabala? Imposible!

AP: Sa office ka na magpaliwanag. Ano ngang pangalan mo?

Passenger: Cathy Duterte.

AP: Sabi ko na nga ba’t sira na naman ‘tong X-ray scanner eh. Sige Miss, diretso ka na.

* * * * *

AP: Sir, kailangang buksan natin ang bag na ito. May nakitang bala ang scanner!

Passenger: Imposible ang sinasabi mo!

AP: Sa office ka na magpaliwanag sir!!!

Passenger: Paano ako magkakabala eh wala naman akong bag!

AP: Joooooke! Kayo naman sir, ‘di na mabiro. Next!

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* * * * *

AP: Sir, pasensya po. May na-detect na bala sa inyong bag. Kailangan n’yong buksan ‘to.

Passenger: Anong bala?! Kayong taga-NAIA ang may pakana ng lahat! Kasalanan n’yo ‘to! 

AP: Kung may nahuling kontrabando sa bag mo, paano ‘yan naging kasalanan ng gobyerno?

Passenger: Mar Roxas ikaw ba ‘yan?

* * * * *

AP: Sir, sandali po. May nakitang bala sa bag n’yo. Kailangan natin ‘yang buksan.

Passenger: Naku Miss, agimat lang ‘yan. Pampasuwerte. Bakit?

AP: Bawal ho ‘yan. Makakasuhan kayo at puwede pang makulong.

Passenger: So ibig sabihin hindi totoong susuwertehin ako?! Pwes… buksan mo na, tapos kunin mo ‘yong bala. Sa ‘yo na lang.

* * * * *

AP: Sir, sandali lang. ‘Yong bag n’yo ho…

Passenger: Make sure lang na totoong bala ‘yang nasa loob ng bag ko dahil kung hindi… uuwi ako ng bahay at kukuha ako ng totoong bala at itatanim ko d’yan sa ulo ng mga tarantadong opisyal at tauhan ng NAIA – including you dahil malakas ang kutob kong magkakasabwat kayo sa pangingikil ng mga inosenteng pasahero kabilang na ang mga OFW na nagpapakahirap sa ibang bansa mapakain lamang ang kanilang naghihikahos na pamilya dito sa Pilipinas! Mga walang-awa! Punyeta kayong lahat!

AP: Eh gago ka pala eh. Ang dami mong satsat! Pati pagkatao ko, hinusgahan mo na agad kahit ‘di pa ako tapos sa sinasabi ko. ‘Yong punyeta mong bag… bukas ang bulsa, baka madukot ‘yang wallet mo o kaya mabiktima ka ng tanim-bala syndicate dito sa NAIA! Judgmental kang leche ka! Wala kang utang na loob! 

Passenger:

AP: Sorry sir. Nadala lang ng emosyon.

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AP: Sandali lang Lolo. May isang kahon ng bala sa bagahe n’yo! Kailangang buksan ‘yan!

Passenger: Ok.

AP: Ang tanda-tanda n’yo na, nagdadala pa kayo ng bala. Nasaan ang mga kasama n’yo?

Passenger: Nag-CR lang. Teka, tatawagan ko. (Dials phone) Hello? Bong, sa’n ba kayo nagpunta ni Lani? Balikan n’yo na ako rito.

* * * * *

AP: Boss, wait lang. May nakita kaming mga bala sa bag mo. Ilegal ‘yang ginagawa n’yo! Kailangan natin ‘yang buksan!

Passenger: Akala n’yo matatakot n’yo ako!? Hoy! Alam ko na ang raket n’yo! Eh ‘di buksan n’yo!

AP (opens bag): Kita n’yo na?! “I Like It Shaved,” “Pump My Ride,” “The Whore of the Rings.” Pirated na mga bala ng DVD. Bawal ‘to!

Passenger: Bala talaga? Ang luma huh. Tumu-throwbackThursday ka?

* * * * *

AP: Miss, sandali! May bala sa bulsa ng backpack mo!

Passenger: Bala?!? Ilan?

AP: Isa lang.

Passenger: Anong isa? Hoy! Tatlo ‘yan nang umalis ako sa bahay! Ibalik n’yo ‘yong dalawa! Ibalik n’yo! Mga magnanakaw! Malilikot ang kamay!
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Posted 07 November 2015 - 03:52 PM

so i posted this in Eddy's room.

 

binabawi ko na  :lol:

 

 

 

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Posted 07 November 2015 - 06:30 PM

goodness gracious.

 

 

 



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 06:44 PM

last trip for this year is surprisingly  a local one.

 

 

off to some place by myself.

 

 

of all the US and european and asian trips, i am most excited about this.

 

 

can't entirely explain why.

 

 

 

 

 

life is good. 



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Posted 07 November 2015 - 08:38 PM

:rolleyes:

 

 

 

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Posted 08 November 2015 - 09:33 AM

i have yet to learn the full art of giving, but i am getting there  :)

 

 

 

the article below.   written by my favorite Sunday columnist  :)

 

 

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http://www.philstar....re-does-time-go

 

 

 

 

Yolanda: Where does the time go? 

LOVE LUCY By Lucy Gomez (The Philippine Star) Updated November 8, 2015 - 12:00am

 

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Elisa with Manong Diosdado Bangcoyo, recipient of seven-year-old Jaden’s boat

 

 

Nov. 8. Exactly two years today. Where did the time go? I grew up so much in those 730 days — stretched to the point of almost breaking, emotionally battered and bruised, humbled. There were days when I just felt old and weary, as if I had aged a thousand years.

 

A tragedy in the scale of typhoon Yolanda can do that to anyone. The lines I now see on the sides of my eyes and the way I seem to be “lost in thought,” as my daughter Juliana observed, must be from that event. On the flip side, the same period of time has also been dotted with many beautiful moments, and thankfully enough of them for me to have the fortitude to carry on, difficult as the situation was. 

 

Life goes on, as it always does. The sun rises and sets each day. Lessons are learned. New friends are made, old friendships rekindled. By God’s grace, sometimes even broken ones are mended. I look back at all that has transpired, the good and the bad, the ugly and the beautiful, and life just seems so tender from where I stand.

 

Everything is so fragile. I have never been one to sweat the small stuff but in two short years, I have learned to detach myself from trivialities even more, so much so that I am at that point where I question how and why I’m able to “let go” so easily. Is this all just Yolanda’s doing? Or is it really part and parcel of that phenomenon we all call “growing up”? Perhaps the biggest lesson I cherish is this: not everything is under my control, no matter how hard I try. Things can happen my way or not, and that is all good. I cannot be brighter than God. I cannot question His timing. I cannot question His ways. I just have to submit to His ways. And pray every day that my will is aligned with His. May I want nothing more than just (and all) that.

 

Let me share with you a beautiful story. A friend of mine, Ditas, went to the district — daughter, son and yaya in tow. She wanted to meet the fisherman she had helped. She went to see Manong Elsiefonso I. Apostol, and spent two hours in his house. That one small space was their living room, dining room, bedroom, study area — all rolled into one. He has three children, six grandchildren. Ditas brought gifts for his grandchildren — a Nerf gun, dolls, remote control cars among many others. The children were beyond joyful. One little boy said he had prayed for an RC car for many birthdays and Christmases past. Manong Eldiefonso shared with Ditas his trade, how much he earned from fishing, how through the years it was able to put his children and grandchildren through school. He showed her where they slept, led her to the yard where he raised chickens. Elisa, Ditas’ daughter, cried when she found out a chicken had to die whenever a member of the family celebrated a birthday. They stayed on well into the night to see how the grandchildren studied. The solar lamp they brought for the family came in very handy at that point. Ditas says it touched her so much to see how everything they owned was precious to them — the textbooks that had been passed on many times, the well-worn pencils (just one each) and erasers. They studied on a mat on the floor. That night, the bedtime story between mother and daughter was one that reiterated contrast, as such highlighting compassion, gratitude, generosity. Being grateful for an easy life but gaining perspective in terms of paying it forward.

 

 

While there, Ditas also went to see another fisherman another friend of ours had helped. Jaden, all of seven years old, had come to the house shortly after her birthday party to give me money for one boat. It was part of the ampao she got from all her guests. She wanted the boat blue, and with a little flower beside it. Manong Diosdado Bangcoyo wept when he learned that Jaden was a little girl, deeply touched that his second chance to earn decently by the work of his hands was through someone the age of his grandchild. Ditas took a photo of him to show Jaden, but he was too shy to smile because he had no teeth. He was joyful in his heart though, his eyes twinkling even as they were wet with tears. He wanted Jaden to please know he was very happy the boat could fit two people sleeping, for those times when they would be out at sea for two days. 

 
 
 

There are many such stories that tug the heart. Of donors going the extra mile for the fishermen, embracing them like they are family. Some have gone back to give them fishing nets, or food baskets. There is a lot of good will going around. The cycle goes on and on. Indeed, the best of humanity shines through the most after the most trying of times. Yes, sunshine always comes after the rain.

 

Two years. Much still needs to be done. But things are looking up. Hope lives on. I will remember the pain but I will also remember the joy that came after it in bits and pieces, in short and long stretches intermittently. I will remember the kindness, appreciated so much more by the indifference that was also sometimes present. May I one day not remember any of those sad parts. And if I do, may it be with a knowing that it had to happen, and that some good did come out of it still. When I am old and gray, I will remember how, when I was so young I already knew what it was like to feel old and gray on the inside. May I also always choose to remember not to take anything for granted — people most especially, and the privilege of being in a position to help and do something to make life better, never mind if sometimes it is just one person, one day at a time. May I remember that resilience is every Filipino’s middle name, that courage is not just a word, and how taking a leap of faith is so much more than just a big step forward. Over and above that, may I remember that there is nothing to fear when it comes from the heart.


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Posted 08 November 2015 - 09:49 AM

found this amusing article......

 

 

and I can totally relate  :lol:

 

 

 

 

http://preen.inquire...e-were-doing-it

 

 

 

 

NOVEMBER 07, 2015 Ask Poppy: Is It Okay to Think About Other Guys While We’re Doing It? BY POPPY

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Welcome to Ask Poppy! I’m Poppy, your go-to girl for all of life’s woes. And when I say ALL, I MEAN IT. I’m not an expert on anything except maybe for being me, which makes me totally qualified to do this.

Dear Poppy,

I’m currently in a very stable relationship. We love each other, we spend time together, and we’re faithful. I just have one problem: We’re not having the best sex. When we’re in bed, I think of other men to make up for it. They might be this attractive guy I saw on the train or met at an event, or some friend I found cute lately. Is this a healthy habit, or is it something I should be worried about? Does this say anything about how I feel towards my boyfriend? I’ve heard plenty of times that sex matters in a relationship, but really, I don’t know how much. If it really does, I’m scared to admit that maybe I don’t love him enough. I hope that’s not the case.

 —Secret Sally

To: Secret Sally (That Girl),

These days I try not to consume carbs. I keep telling myself that I’m not in college anymore so my metabolism f#&ks me up constantly. But then there are days when I find myself craving for a two-piece Chickenjoy, and usually I would give in so hard to those cravings and feel all regretful and shitty after because then I’d have to haul my fat ass to the gym and sweat all the MSG away.

Not eating carbs is boring and it makes me all sad, but then I have the diabetes genes and I don’t want to end up like my mother (or Gary V.). I get to break the monotony of the triple G (galunggong and gulay) by treating myself to Jollibee. For me, that two-piece Chickenjoy is a death wish, but I need it for my well-being. I need to function like a human being. Give me love. Give me Jollibee.

 

I was eating cake while reading your letter—yet another thing that isn’t exactly great for a future diabetic—and it was Banapple’s seasonal cake. This cake is motherf#&king dense and it had chocolate spiders with ruby red eyes, hints of peanut butter, and probably three kilos of sugar. f#&k Splenda. I need to function like a human being. Give me, please. Give me Banapple.

 

Wanting something that you know you can’t have does leave you with an insane feeling. It’s good to be questioning whether it’s healthy to lust for other men because it just proves how committed you are to the person who owns the mediocre cock that you sit on maybe once or twice a week (depending on your respective schedules). It’s totally fine to fantasize about other men while you’re doing the deed. He doesn’t know that. Keep it in you and let your imagination run wild.I’ve done worse things than just fantasize about other men while I was in a relationship. I’ve faked orgasms, excused myself while he was inside me to watch porn in the bathroom, and called up my ex’s voice-mail just to hear his sexy, manly voice again; but yeah, I never cheated. Imaginary penises going in and out of you is healthy, but when we’re talking about actual disco sticks here, gurl, no.

 

Not having the best sex is not enough reason to cheat. Just break up with the poor guy and tell him he moves like Jagger drunk on Jägerbombs. Being a bad person is not worth it when you’re just having bad sex.

If you really, truly, deeply love a person (as in Star Cinema-level of love), you’ll adult the f#&k up and work on your problems. Not victim-blaming here, but maybe you’re not doing enough to make it exciting. Talk like a filthy animal; buy a double-headed dildo and ask him to recreate Jennifer Connelly’s star-making turn in Requiem for a Dream; invite a trusted friend over and form a ménage à trois. There are hundreds of ways to flip your situation, and they’re all fully illustrated and colored in the 1972-bestselling book The Joy of Sex.

Is sex important in a relationship? Yeah, sure. But then to me, there are about a hundred other important things that make up the entirety of my relationship. It’s not just the sex, it’s waking up next to someone and feeling warmth emanating from his skin. It’s not just his dick, it’s him making me laugh whenever I watch him struggle while opening a can of tuna (“Anne Curtis made this look so easy on TV,” he’d mumble). It’s one million other things that the universe packed tightly and stacked up just for you.

Do what you have to do if you think he’s worth it. If not, you can always turn your fantasy into a reality. Or you know, you can use your hands. That’s why God gave you two.

Now let me eat my Chickenjoy.

 

Yours truly,

Poppy

Got a question for Poppy? From love and relationships to weird questions you dare not ask even your psychologist, Poppy is ready to answer them all. Send in your questions to ask.poppy@yahoo.com or post your question over Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #AskPoppy, and you just might get the answer you are looking for.

 

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