Friday, July 30, 2010

Back To Where She Started

Yes, this is ANOTHER Charice post. I don't care, I can't help but love her.

3 years ago, she was called all the way from the Philippines to sing in Korea's talent show Star King, which is wrote about here, here and here. That Star King episode propelled her to instant Youtube stardom, and gradually marked the start of her career of an international artist and making her dreams come true. Her vocal and singing talent has thus been compared to ultimate powerhouses such as Whitney, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion.

3 years later, she returns to Star King. This time, as a full-fledged international artist with an album seated in the US Billboard Top 10.

You can't help but want her to succeed. Such incredible talent!~

Friday, July 23, 2010

Eat Da Poo Poo!


I don't know which is more outrageous. The fact that this 'informed' man might almost be funny enough to do stand-up comedy based on gay jokes, OR that he is SO frighteningly ignorant and biased that it's downright ludicrous. All I know is I just wanna stuff DA POO POO that he is spewing forth back into his own mouth.

And HOW the heck did his 'research' end up with something like eating shit and fisting? The man must be surfing some REALLY nasty porn instead. I don't know whether to laugh, feel ashamed for him and mail him a pitbull to bite off his nuts.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Charice's Audition for Glee

Charice has joined the cast of Glee and this was her audition.

Seriously, freakin' phenomenal as it should be. Sure gave me some goosebumps =)

I just started on the Glee bandwagon and I'm hooked!

Monday, July 19, 2010


It's been more than 4 months (3 months and 17 days to be exact) that we've been together. I realized certain things about me have changed since then. For starters, I've gotten over the transition from being single to a relationship mentally and emotionally. You know how it is. You've been single for some time and your system is still geared towards that singlehood lifestyle. It's kinda like jet lag, when your body was still adjusting to the change in time zone. Any free time was usually 'me' time, especially when your single. Your plans revolved only around you and the time spent with your friends or family. Then that special someone suddenly comes into your life and space, leaving a subtle shock to your system.

So, it takes a little getting used to at first. Planning my weekly or daily activities would no longer involve just me, but the both of us. Whatever free time I had, provided zai2 was available as well, had to be taken into account. Whatever I did, I had to take both of us into account. Weekends were no longer reserved just for friends, but private time with zai2. Don't get any nasty ideas, we're grateful just to be able to spend time with each other, not necessarily all about sex ok?

Another thing that really stood out for me was that I no longer felt the need to go clubbing. In fact, I haven't gone clubbing for more than 3 months, since we got together. It's either I don't have that much time, am quite tired to even ponder it or just didn't feel like it at all, or all of the above. Now, I never believed in hooking up during clubbing (except that one time). Oklah if there was an exchange of numbers during clubbing which would progress by getting to know each other better after that. Nevertheless, clubs aren't a place to really hook up for me, more of enjoying music, dancing and spending time with friends. I'd prefer hanging out in lounges or any other place where people can actually talk and socialize.

Ok, I'm diverging from the point. Hmmm...I'm feelin' domesticated or getting old.

Friday, July 16, 2010

Just For Your Info...

If you think you know so much about us, that's just your ignorance talking.

Don't watch this if you don't have the perception to detect not-so-subtle sarcasm...

We do what we do because it's who we are AS A PERSON, NOT because of our sexuality. It's just a small part of us, get that in your head please.

We're people just like you. We go through the same struggles like you do. We need family, money, love, companionship, friends, success and happiness just like you do. And we're each unique as a person, regardless of sexuality.

If you've had a bad experience(s) involving a gay/bi person, don't chop down a tree because of a few bad fruits, figuratively speaking. We already have it rough out there in the world, all we want is understanding. Be a friend, keep an open mind and get to know us better...before you decide to hate or dislike us.

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Meat Grinder

No, this is NOT a title of a porn flick, but a Thai horror movie that was released August last year but never reached our shores.

Now, I love horror movies. And the weird thing about me is that I'm NOT scared of the sights, but rather the sudden, heart-jumping sounds. So, don't laugh when you see me covering my ears instead of my eyes during a scary scene.

However, there are some movies that don't just give you that instant scare. They jolt you deeper within. They are not just tugging, but pulling furiously at your emotional and psychological nerves. They just rape you emotionally and psychologically. Those are the movies that leave your with multiple WTFs when you watch it, and still leave you WTF'ed as you move your shaken legs out of the cinema while nursing your profusely disturbed soul. one of them.

Seriously, watching the trailer alone was enough to fuck me up slightly. If you think Sweeney Todd was messed up, this freaky lady is going all out solo. I've just begun downloading it.

This gory feast of murder and cannibalism may convert you into a vegetarian. - hollywoodreporter
I wonder if I'll be able eat a bowl of noodles the same way after watching this...

Monday, July 5, 2010

Procrastination Run Amuck

Seriously, I never thought I'd be away from my bloggie for more than a week, but it's been two weeks! =O

Anyhow, I'm doing fine. Just LOTS of bits and pieces that I'm picking up in my life. I am an occasional procrastinator. I tend to put certain many things off when something else catches my fancy or when I just let loose and laze around. That is until, they accumulate into a gargantuan pile threatening to implode, sucking me into the resulting black hole. All drama aside, don't you agree? Sometimes you put things off for so long, your to-do list expands and the sight of the things you need to do will just make you put them off even longer. You don't go motivated at the sight of it, you shy away further. That is until the pressure spills over and your conscience kicks in, telling you to start paying attention at the happy colony of spiders nestling at the corner of your ceiling, figuratively speaking.

At times, I'm at a loss with myself. It's so soothing to be lulled into a sense of self-indulgence and forget about everything around you. And suddenly, you're smacked across the head with the telephone directory that is your to-do list by the firm, invisible hand that is your conscience, prompting you to start moving your ass and do what needs to be done. Then, your day unbecomingly becomes a hive of activity as your conscience takes the wheel, shifts you into overdrive and clears your list all in one go. It might take several hours, a day or even a whole weekend, but by the end of it, it leaves you feeling incredibly productive. Then, you will settle your ass down again as the list grows like the unwanted weeds in your garden. Sometimes, you don't manage to clear everything and some things will still remain, like that pesky aunt who keeps gossiping non-stop, and won't stop talking and just leave.

Thus, the cycle continues.