Friday, February 24, 2006


(c)2006 FOX

Sigh, why did you have to go? Darn. My favorite girl (in terms of looks) is out of American Idol. You were able to pinch Kevin's cheeks. How I wish you were able to pinch mine. Well, I'm gonna miss you, Rebecca O'Donohue. I enjoyed playing your videos again and again, especially with your twin sister, Jessie! :)

Thursday, February 23, 2006

My Birthdate and Superstar Charisma

Yes, my birthday was on February 14. It was surprising to see that most of the information that this birthdate test I took on Blogthings was true, in my opinion at least. I was so surprised.

Your Birthdate: February 14

You work well with others. That is, you're good at getting them to do work for you.
It's true that you get by on your charm. But so what? You make people happy!
You're dynamic, clever, and funny. And people like to have you around.
But you're so restless, they better not expect you to stay around for long.

Your strength: Your superstar charisma (Woah! Parang gusto kong maniwala!)

Your weakness: Commitment means nothing to you

Your power color: Fuchsia

Your power symbol: Diamond

Your power month: May

Jedd and I went to McDo earlier to eat lunch, and while I was waiting at the counter for our food, two guys were at the other counter, singing
Sa Iyo. Siyempre, natuwa naman ako (I lip-synched and danced Sa Iyo at school, long story). One of them was BJ, vocalist of Banana Nation, the only band my younger sister enjoyed during the Soph Night. Man, I'm amazed at this guy because he is so well-rounded. I get so shy when we wear our own pairs of red and black eyeglasses at the same time. I hate it when I make the impression of being a copycat.

That's all I could say in the meantime. Procrastinator boy's outta here!

The Price of this Blog

I typed the URL of this blog to see how much it costs, only to see later that it costs $564.54! Woah! Peachiberri (creator of the blog skin), check that out! But who's gonna buy this blog, anyway? No one, unless someone would email me at

My blog is worth $564.54.
How much is your blog worth?

Sunday, February 19, 2006

As I've done before, I'm going to tell the events that happened to me retrospectively. Trip ko lang, walang aangal.

I bought Eraserheads' Anthology today. I was so surprised to see the 12% VAT applied on the CD's, so I had to pay an extra 5 pesos fo the CD. Woah! When my sister was about to pay for it by charging it, she got pissed off because the cashiers at Megamall won't believe that she owns the credit card. She had to show lots of identification cards, until she finally laid down her driver's license. It's really annoying, because she's 20 years old and she looks younger than her age, not to mention the height.

Yesterday was Jzone, of course. We went to CCF Main at 4:00 to see Mrs. Tan-chi wash the feet of other women in a leadership seminar. It's called servant-leadership. So the Jzone was delayed for a long time. I got to interview two people for my Religion project, and both of them gave really good answers. Sweet.

The last day that I'm going to mention was about Friday. I had two difficult long tests, especially that I was too tired to study the night before because I practiced along with my other classmates for Awit Nasyonalista hard. Well, when it was over, Awit Nasyonalista began at 2:00. We were placed to play last. Darn it. We got bored in waiting and practicing. Before our turn, we prayed. We've realized the importance of praying together before battling it out against other sections in school contest. It's not always that we win 1st place, but it makes a big difference. Mico blurted out after our prayer St. Cecilia, the patroness of music, so that the others can say, "Pray for us." I don't believe in asking for the intercession of saints canonized by the Pope, because I only believe in asking Jesus Christ's intercession. Lately, he told a joke by saying to me, "Let's pray: Hail Mary, full of grace... joke!" He knows I'm not a Catholic, but I hope he would keep those kind of jokes to himself. But on the bright side, we won third place! We believe that we could have one second place, but the joy of the event for us M-boys was this, highlight the following text if you're that curious: winning over 2N and seeing them not win a banner. Hahaha, ang sama ko. Just so you know, 2G won second and 2J won first. :)

Friday, February 10, 2006

2-4 2M "Soiree;" American Idol Episode 8

It's been a long time since this soiree happened, but that experience was so unforgettable for me. It was done at Akiko's house in Antipolo, and I must say that I had a great time during the experience. Arriving very early at the venue, I had a chance to play Naruto 3 on PS2 with Akiko's brother, Anton. It was my first time to play Naruto and it was fun, although the Japanese confused me.

When the interaction with 2-4 of Assumption Antipolo was about to officially start, we had this activity where the girls' belongings are grouped together, and the boys would then pick one belonging and return it to his partner. Coincidentally, I found an irreversible Spongebob that I was sporting of the same kind but of different design (and mine's currently missing :(), and returned it to the girl by the name of Benn :). She thought she was the only one in the Philippines who wears the watch because we got our watches from the US.

It turned out that Benn and I's similarities didn't end with the watch. She's also starting to support OPM , and her proof's that she's bought the Ultraelectromagneticjam CD, and she's OC when it comes to the left and right when we listened to my iPod. I loved the time that we spent talking to each other, especially when she told me about the time that people thought she was blind when walking down a street because she wore sunglasses and had her umbrella (I think) move in such a way a blind man would. Don't you find that funny? Hehe.

There was during that night when the dance pad was brought... it was Dance Dance Revolution! Akiko and I were excited! Man, she's so good in DDR. She can step a maniac mode, and I'm not talking about maniac mode of Let Them Move or That's the Way (I Like It). It was hard for me to do. When it was my turn to play, I think everybody found it to be funny. Haha. Well, the way I've played that game's not different from the way I played it when I was in grade 2.

You must wonder why the interaction's referred to as a "soiree" at the title, and it's because it was. The most interaction I had was with Benn, and when she was gone to see Cueshe at the concert in AA, I was very shy again, along with my other shy classmates. Our class was so shy that you won't see one picture of our "soiree" where the boys and girls are altogether. Shame on us, I should say. And how dare some of us get bored when Akiko was already tired when she started facilitating the whole event! Let's be grateful for Akiko who lent her place for the venue, and I'm grateful for Junjie and his father for giving me and Jedd a ride to Gacula, and for Jedd for accompanying me as we went back to Greenland (Subdivision in Cainta).

About the latest episode of American Idol, Jayne Santayana didn't make it through the next round! Woah! I was hoping she would make it all the way through, but she said at the end of the show, "I really, really, wanted another chance." Yes, that was her. I was shocked too that that girl who's hands were shaking was Jayne, because she looked very different from the way she looked when she auditioned in San Francisco. I confirmed it by looking at her number, her lip ring, and necklace. Darn, I'm sad about it right now, but it won't compare to my sadness in my failing scores in Math, though. God, please let Taylor Hicks win, and thank you for Dave Hoover, too.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Noypi Chuckie!

Remember my Chuckie post wherein I pointed out my similarities with Chuckie Finster of the Rugrats? Well, I got inspired to edit the picture to make it look more like me, to really make it into a Noypi Chuckie. I have only just begun GIMP (GNU Image Manipulator Program), and the image really looks it was edited by a 5-year-old. I know I could do a lot better with more practice. Forgive me if you think that I bastardize the original Chuckie picture.