Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Webcam Whoring

Gawain ng walang magawa.
(Done out of boredom. *not direct translation)
I tried using the webcam, 'I am a webcam virgin' but not anymore. LOL. I wish they (Windows) have a better beta or imitation of Apple's Photobooth, but Snap will do (that is until I can find another one).

What a coincidence. LOL. While posting this on Facebook, this came as a security thing:

Monday, May 17, 2010

Caffe Ti Amo: Italian Gelato and Coffee

Definitely a bad post, I wasn't ready to do some food tripping yesterday, but it went something like that, from Chef Robert's to SM North EDSA's Caffe Ti Amo. I was already feeling so full, but the scent of creamy-ness invited me to try caffe Ti-amo's gelato, well, the inviting scent also comes from the coffee, which my shobe loves, but we didn't try that. We indulged ourselves with Milk Cheese and Tiramisu (Doppio Gelato size). Creamy but not so, you know it's heavy but not so, just on the right level between an ice-cream (commercial) and Hagen Danz, tolerable for me (doesn't really go and upset your stomach).

For the service part--- very perky staff, must be because of the Korean bosses, but yeah, perky and friendly, that goes to say, definitely Filipino hospitality is the best.

Will comeback soon!

Caffe Ti Amo will open at SM Manila on May 21, 2010. Soon in TriNoMa.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Sana Maabot ko ang Mundo

Sa Globe Broadband service.

Let's see how it will work for the house. Today, Globe technicians arrived, after my application last Tuesday, and brought me some good and bad news--- bad news that the teller (whatever, officer) at Globe Business Center in N.EDSA was unable to read that my application was for 24 months (so I can get the WIFI router for free) and the good news--- I don't need the router because the technician recommended that I buy my own router--- Linksys or D-link, better WIFI routers that Prolink, so I don't need to be tied with Globe if ever their service fails me. So far after 3hours of using the wired broadband, seems fast, loads my websites okay. I guess this starts my love affair with Globe. I hope they come up with more perks. Wuhoo.

Greenwich Pizza Packaging

And then there was the fancy packaging of Greenwich pizza, by Team Manila. Hmm. Made it look delectable but not as much, but the packaging helped.
Pardon my E71 camera phone for the blurred image.
Very creative execution, rendered version of a pizza by Team Manila.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

I'll Die Now

If I'll reincarnate as Sean O'pry.
Maybe I want to be white for one day, just for one day. Models look so. model-y?! They look, a-okay, even with just a round neck shirt, and a denim.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Posh Movie: A Single Man

Directed by Tom Ford. Posh. That explains it all.
Photo Credit: witneyman
Set in 70s era, I think the fab-est in fashion, the chic-est men were born in this time. Tom Ford did a great job interpreting the novel, not mannered-manner, but in something that would leave you thinking, still using your imagination.

Very nice casting, leaving you in a Tom-Ford-awe. The movie was like a catwalk.
Photo Credit: sundaymercury
Nicholas Hoult's blue eyes would melt you.
Photo Credit: screencraze
Momma Julia's look defined the women of 70s
To see the official trailer click here.

People Voted for Noy because

Many people voted for Noynoy Aquino, because of Kris---

Because of Kris' promise to leave the country. LOL

I could easily denounce my right

If this was the case, waiting outside polling precincts for 4 hours. Surely voting has been automatic, I mean, counting has been automatic, but voting has been chaotic-ly crazy, 5 precinct in one room?! unlike the previous election I have been, 1 is to 1, is the process, making it more orderly. How do you expect people to actually know what to do--- counting the ratio of people that are educated with no education at all--- they need instructions, clear instructions, that --- they need to get a number first then wait in the waiting area to be called to avoid being cooked under the heat of the sun. Maybe next time, we could have a batch by batch voting.

It's summer and it's super hot here in the tropics--- making it a suicide to vote--- actually, one 28 years old boy died because of heart attack, while waiting in the line to vote. Is it really worth it?

My precinct 1105 A, holding area, waited for 2 or 3 hours before getting here.

Our pointing fingers with indelible ink. Damn, looks so dirty.

Sunday, May 09, 2010

Comelec: Service Unavailable

For sometime, the Comelec website went down. Hmm.

Jenny from the block is funny

Photo Credit: freesillymovies
She's really good at it, from "The Wedding Planner' to
'Maid in Manhattan' to 'Monster-in-Law' to 'The Back-up Plan'.
Good throw of lines, witty jokes, well not witty, sounds witty, right timing
 mix of drama, but still funny. Good pair. Good settings.

I want my own Toothless

Photo Credit: freesillymovies
Nice story of how one thing could go the other way, because of misunderstanding,
or not understanding each other at all. Movie is for pet lovers, LOL.
I can't comment about the CG though, (you know why).
The start of the movie was kind of boring-y, but when 'Night Fury' or Toothless came in,
it became interesting. 

Saturday, May 08, 2010


(Transcript) San Andres Sport complex is jam-packed with people in support for LP Presidential bet, Noynoy Aquino.
The concert features hottest love teams like Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes, to attract people.
Marian Rivera: (on the alleged Noynoy Aquino's insanity/psychological record) I am a PSYCHOLOGY, and I can see that there's nothing wrong with him, that's why I'm still on his side. Whatever they say.
*Well maybe she was just too perked up, she forgot that she was supposed to be a Psychologist. I bet she's laughing her ass off her seat whenever she hear herself.

Willie threatens to quit ABS-CBN

These happened days before voting period. There are more pressing matters but these are the top, things in our news feeds. LOL

Go Gogi Gui! Meating the Stars

We all know (well if you have read my blog) about my meat issues, the cube cuts, especially. The last meat quest was Coco Adobo--- pork stew. And then my aunt prepared a taste drive for her Korean grill recipes--- Korean grill which suggest lots of marinated meat (like beef, pork and chicken), hmm, well I can tell you it’s worth the cheat (or no not cheat because I am not vegan, just of sort).
Most of the dishes were out, prepared on the table; Kong-Kongs were eating already (and heard that they never left the table) and from my first glimpse of the food prepared--- I thought to myself--- I am a dead meat. LOL. Not in that bad sense okay, it’s just because there’s so much food, it was overwhelming.
When we were all rested in our respective seats, our first course (which was not appetizer, the taste drive only goes straight to main, and we love main dish) were placed for us to devour. I refrain from taking the pork and instead took the chicken barbeque---
The chicken is the better version of that one in Mang Inasal Bacolod, maybe because the chicken wasn’t commercial--- a choice cut. It doesn’t have those annoying little bones and litid that interrupts your juicy munch of the mix dulcet taste and smoke from the burnt marinade. I enjoyed one and left the other so I can stuff myself with other delectable.

Okay, here’s a very revealing thing--- okay not revealing (I am doing the advertising copywriting again), but yeah, I guess this made me see beef in a new perspective (but I highly doubt that it would be a staple to my un-healthy-healthy-diet)
Meet the Korean beef stew--- hmm, sweet killers, sweet with little kick, but I’ll tell you about the MEAT, meat the beef, soft that with every bite it melts (figuratively and literally) and as it does you can taste its sweet and spicy mix, with the sesame aroma to add to your appetite.

It’s rich in taste but doesn’t really make you that full--- more of still light because of the pressurized beef that made it luscious and the blissful smell.
Talking about blissful, here’s my bliss. LOL. Squid Chopsuey, it’s light, fresh, easy to eat, savoury flavours of soy, and sesame.
I think squids are tricky, I’ve had squids that are gummy and they really mess the dish. This one just had the right bite for the squid and crunch for the veggies.

The last dish that we have devoured was the Sukiyaki--- YATA!
---Supposed to be, but no, it needs a little hmm, editing with the butter gisa or sauté, but nevertheless the beef with it is a munch, it looks healthy, and it supposed to taste light but with that butter mass and of course the egg adds up to the saltiness (emulsifier).

Sunday, May 02, 2010

Iron Man Singers

Almost the whole day at Greenhills, with some of the La Salle Pride: Vince, Richmond (with his cousin Syd), Gianne, Sean and Allen.

Before watching Iron Man 2, we head over at a KTV in Promenade, stayed there for 4 straight hours--- eating, and singing (well, singing part was left mostly with Allen, great singing voice + sugar rush, and Sean), but here's Richmond and Gianne with:

Gianne is the one with the sweet voice complementing Richmond's boyband boyish (uber) bass tone.
After, four hours of KTV, we head to the most awaited part of the day, Iron Man 2. Hello, Scarlett, rawr.

The newest addition to Iron Man, the new sexy-tary. The movie, hmm hyped by the title, but other than that, the only thing I was looking forward to was the Iron Man suit in a suit case form (because of Vince' enthusiastic impression of it, think it was CG, would have been nice if it was really real?!), and yeah, well Scarlett too.

Nicer fight scenes, since there's more too see in terms of the robot-thing, cyborg?!. Ending part is more interesting. LOL. Thor?! is it.

All-in-all, great movie, great company, great food, great day to spend away. LOL. Sa uulitin.