Sunday, July 27, 2008

Fucking, Austria

The title isn't what you are thinking. Fucking (pronounced Fooking) is an Austrian village in the municipality of Tarsdorf, in the region of western Upper Austria. It has been called "Fucking since since at least 1070. As a result of increasing attention from the media, Fucking has become more and more well-known throughout the world.

However, it is not just the uniqueness of the name which makes this such an extraordinary place, the atmosphere also makes this somewhere special.

Fucking's most famous feature is a traffic sign with its name on it, beside which tourists often stop to have their photograph taken. It is a commonly stolen street sign. Significant public funds have been spent on replacing the stolen signs.

In 2004, mainly due to the stolen signs, a vote was held on changing the village's name, but the residents voted against doing so. In August 2005, the road signs were replaced with theft-resistant signs welded to steel and secured in concrete to prevent further chances of the sign being stolen. Few thefts have since occurred, but remain a problem.

Here is a video from the Graham Norton show making fun of the village.

Work Boots USA

I know that it’s really very hard for a man to look for a better work shoes especially if you are working in a place that involves more on foot. I have remember a friend of mine working in an oxygen tank company. He told me that he really needed for very durable shoes while he is working because most of the times he uses his foot to help him roll over the oxygen tank to put it in the right place. So he said a good working boots is needed in his kind of job.

But now, I think I’m going to tell him that I have found a site all about work boots. It’s the Work Boots USA. They supply working class America with the highest quality work boots from CAT, Wolverine, Bates, Rocky, Converse and many other work boot brands.

Each product on Work Boots USA has been chosen for its reliability and durability. With years of hard work under their heels that they know what is most important, which is why their team at Work Boots USA will make sure they are able to bring us the best product at the lowest prices we will find.

I will email my friend now and tell him about this site. I know that he will be very happy hearing this great news from me.

Thursday, July 24, 2008

Where to stay in Cebu? Ill help you

Need a place to stay in Cebu Philippines? I am from the city and I know there are a lot of nice places to stay in almost every corner and very affordable too. Well, take your pick from these great Hotels, Tourist Inns and Pension Houses in Cebu, the Queen City of the South.

Lapu-Lapu City
Punta Engaño Road,
Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 231-0288

Airport Road,
Lapu-Lapu City
Salinas Drive,
Lahug, Cebu City
(63-32) 232-6888


Biliran Road,
Cebu Business Park,
Cebu City
(63-32) 232-6100

N. Escario St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-6331

Fuente Osmeña,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-9711

F. Manalo St. cor. Queen’s Road,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-9880

Fuente Osmeña,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-1131

F. Ramos St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-9880

V. Rama Ave.,
Guadalupe, Cebu City
(63-32) 255-7541

Banilad, Cebu City
(63-32) 231-3681

F. Sotto Drive,
Gorordo AVE., Cebu City
(63-32) 232-0361

F. Cabahug St.,
Mabolo, Cebu City
(63-32) 232-5811

Cebu City
(63-32) 233-6226

110 Gorordo Ave.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 231-4347

Salinas Drive, Lahug,
Cebu City
(63-32) 414-7087

ML Quezon Highway,
Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 340-7821

F. Cabahug St., Mabolo,
Cebu City
(63-32) 233-1811

F&C Sqaure, Colon St., Cebu City
(63-32) 255-6010

Salinas Drive,
Lahug, Cebu City
(63-32) 233-0311

Ma. Christina St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-1697

Airport Road,
Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 495-5381-86

90 F. Ramos St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-6342
155 A. Palaez St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-860

#7 Palaez St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-1105

F. Ramos St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-1151

Gen. Maxilom Ave.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 233-1511

Hernan Cortes St., Mandaue City
(63-32) 354-8087

06 Don Julio Llorente St., Cebu City(63-32) 255-1780

CEBU Circumferential Road Maribago,
Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 340-5900

Gorordo Ave.,
cor. Escario St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 233-8111

Juana Osmeña St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-7554
11 Don Jose Avila St.
Capitol Site, Cebu City
(63-32) 255-8536


Jasmin St.,
Capitol Site,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-7598

Barrio Agus,
Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 495-2352

174 V. Gullas, Manalili St. Cebu City
(63-32) 254-1333

A.S. Fortuna St.,
Banilad Road,
Cebu City
(63-32) 344-7980

Basak, Marigondon Road, Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 340-8314 MARIA’S PENSION
M.L. Quezon St.,
Maguikay, Mandaue
(63-32) 344-5664

179 Osmeña Blvd.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-1840 PACIFIC TOURIST INN
V. Gullas cor.
Balintawak St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-2151

297 Don Gil Garcia St., Cebu City
(63-32) 254-3433 ST. MORITZ HOTEL
Gorordo Ave.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 231-1148

Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 340-0211 CAPITOL TOURIST INN
Don Gil Garcia St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-2850

N. Escario St., Cebu City
(63-32) 255-6385

Archbishop Reyes Ave., Cebu City
(63-32) 232-8521 LA CASITA
0945 Juana Osmeña St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-3698

East Capitol Site,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-2850 CEBU PENSIONE PLAZA
N. Escario St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-6300

#12 Escario & Acacia Sts. Lahug, Cebu City
(63-32) 231-5557 NS ROYAL PENSIONE
Juana Osmeña St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-5358

Junquera Ext.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-6758 PACIFIC PENSIONE
313-A Osmeña Blvd.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 252-5271

73 Juana Osmeña St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-5266 D’ANCESTORS PENSION
P. Burgos St.,
Mandaue City
(63-32) 346-4357

Sanciangko St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-2465 PALAZZO PENSIONE
49 Sepulveda St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-0105

53 P. del Rosario St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-0367 MACTAN PENSION HOUSE
Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City
(63-32) 340-5524

Fuente Osmeña,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-1601 REGAL PARK INN
Arch. Reyes Ave.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 412-2588

66 Aranas St.,
Cebu City
Fuente Osmeña,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-2999

National Highway
Poblacion, Barili,
Cebu City

#4 Junquera Ext.,
Cebu City

Juana Osmeña St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-8251

24 K. Uytengsu Road
Osmeña Blvd.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-9950

13 Don Julio Llorente St., Cebu City
(63-32)253-6759 TONROS APARTELLE
Gorordo Ave.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 231-5201

79 V. Gular cor.
Legazpi Sts.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 254-3659 VERBENA PENSION
Don Gil Garcia St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 253-0203

0197 Sanciangko St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 416-8050 JASMIN PENSION HOUSE
Don Gil Garcia St.,
Cebu City
(63-32) 255-4559

Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Warrior is a Child and This is the Moment : That's my younger Brother!

Why do "Pinoys" or Filipinos love to sing?

Is it because we have so much problems around us and the way to escape from them is to sing? Or are we just so gifted by nature that we always outshine other nationalities in international competitions? Go anywhere in the Philippines and you'll never miss to hear a blaring karaoke in a corner, be it in a humble sari-sari store or in exquisite bar -- we just love it.

We sing because, I think it is who we are. It is our culture to hum, or sing, or mumble few words even if we know or acknowledge that there are times music doesn't like us. Who cares? We have the passion for music. We love to sing.

We want to watch singing competitions on TV. We want our children to join every inter-barangay amateur singing contest as soon as they can memorize the lyrics. We sing however and anywhere we want: in the office; the bathroom; as we walk along corridors; in front of the mirror; the ship or airplane; inside the coffee shop while having cappuccino; in the comfort of our rooms, cars, toilets; in the kitchen as we cook; in the living room as we sweep the floor, wipe the table, read magazines; in a bus, jeepney, kalesa; on motorcycles and carabaos; along busy sidewalks on our lazy walks; in the plaza with our lovey-dovey sweetie-pie; inside elevators, restaurants, bars, hotels, public toilets; in bed while having sex; on swings and rocking chairs, on top of the hill and the bottom of the sea; in our backyard while pulling the weeds or planting crops. If given the chance to go to space or to other planets in our solar system, we will still be singing there. That's how strong our allegiance to music proves to be.

Too sad though that only few have made it to Hollywood and international stardom.

Anyway, I have these video of my younger brother when he got his first MTV video in one of biggest network in Philippines own rendition of the song "Warrior is a Child" Galing talaga ng Pinoy!

This Video was taken in a famous Bar and Restaurant in Manila "Music 21 Plaza", my younger brother is the one singing, you just cant see him cause is kind of dark!! His own version of "This is the Moment".

Here's a clearer picture of my younger brother...he's adorable and sweet! just like me...

Sunday, July 20, 2008

I will name my child "4life" - any protest?

Have you met someone with a name that starts with a number? I haven't. Is there any law in the Philippines that prohibits naming a baby with a number? I am really curious after reading the news about New Zealand authorities blocking a couple's bid to officially name their new son "4real," saying numerals are not allowed.

It is quite funny though to name a child "4real" but what the heck! It is the parents' right to choose the name they want for their child. Why prohibit it?

Pat and Sheena Wheaton said they decided to name their new baby "4real" shortly after having an ultrasound and being struck by the reality of his impending arrival.

"For most of us, when we try to figure out what our names mean, we have to look it up in a babies book and ... there's no direct link between the meaning and the name," Pat Wheaton told TV One on Wednesday. "With this name, everyone knows what it means."

But when the parents filed the name with New Zealand's Registry of Births, Deaths and Marriages, they were told names beginning with a number were against the rules.

The government office has opened negotiations with the parents about the name under a policy that says all unusual names must be given case-by-case consideration.

"The name has not at this stage been rejected," Registrar-General Brian Clarke said in a statement Thursday. "We are currently in discussions with the parents ... to clarify the situation."

Clarke said the rules are designed to prevent names that are "likely to cause offense to a reasonable person." Satan and Adolf Hitler were proposed names that have been declined, he said.

If no compromise has been reached by July 9, the baby will be registered as "real," officials say.

New Zealand law requires all children born in the South Pacific nation to be registered with the Births, Deaths and Marriages registry within two months of birth.

Com'on. Just give it a try. I bet when authorities allow it, many parents will follow and the world will be full of unique names. Imagine the different combinations we can make with letters and numbers!

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Two Days We Should Not Worry

Two Days We Should Not Worry (nice poem)
Author Unknown

There are two days in every week about which we should not worry, two days which should be kept free from fear and apprehension.

One of these days is Yesterday with all its mistakes and cares,
its faults and blunders, its aches and pains.

Yesterday has passed forever beyond our control.
All the money in the world cannot bring back Yesterday.

We cannot undo a single act we performed;
we cannot erase a single word we said.
Yesterday is gone forever.

The other day we should not worry about is Tomorrow
with all its possible adversities, its burdens,
its large promise and its poor performance;
Tomorrow is also beyond our immediate control.

Tomorrow's sun will rise,
either in splendor or behind a mask of clouds, but it will rise.
Until it does, we have no stake in Tomorrow,
for it is yet to be born.

This leaves only one day, Today.
Any person can fight the battle of just one day.
It is when you and I add the burdens of those two awful eternities Yesterday and Tomorrow that we break down.

It is not the experience of Today that drives a person mad,
it is the remorse or bitterness of something which happened Yesterday and the dread of what Tomorrow may bring.

Let us, therefore, Live but one day at a time.

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Top Myths in Science :Answered! has compiled the popular science myths. Read on. Science explains the confusion.

Humans use only 10 percent of their brains.
Science explains that even if you are sleeping, the cerebral cortex is still put into good use. Thus, NOT TRUE.

Adults don't grow new brain cells.

Although much of a human's crucial brain development happens during childhood, but it isn't all downhill from there. Neurons continue to grow and change well into the adult years. Thus, NOT TRUE.

Water drains backwards in the Southern Hemisphere due to the Earth's rotation.

Not only is the Earth's rotation too weak to affect the direction of water flowing in a drain, tests you can easily perform in a few washrooms will show that water whirlpools both ways depending on the sink's structure, not the hemisphere. Thus, NOT TRUE.

Animals can predict natural disasters.

There is no evidence that animals possess a mysterious sixth-sense allowing them to predict natural disasters. Their keen senses of smell, hearing, and sharp instincts alone are enough to send them scattering for the hillsides during a hurricane or tsunami. And even so, animals often die during natural disasters, so if they do have some sort of sixth sense, it's not worth much. Thus, NOT TRUE.

A penny dropped from the top of a tall building could kill a pedestrian.

A penny isn't the most aerodynamic of weapons. A combination of its shape and wind friction means that, tossed even from the 1,250-foot Empire State Building, it would travel fast enough merely to sting an unlucky pedestrian. Thus, NOT TRUE.

A dog's mouth is cleaner than a human's.

Despite a habit of licking things no human would dare, Fido's mouth is often touted as scientifically more sterile. Truth is, oral bacteria are so species-specific that one can't be considered cleaner than the other, just different. Thus, NOT TRUE.

Men think about sex every seven seconds.

Males are driven to reproduce, evolutionarily speaking, but there is no scientific way of measuring to what extent that desire consumes their everyday lives. Thankfully, for world productivity as a whole, seven seconds seems a gross overstatement, as best researchers can tell. Thus, NOT TRUE.

A falling cat will always land on its feet.

Studies have demonstrated that, when dropped from most heights, cats will land gracefully on their feet. Results change only with cats dropped upside-down from a height of one foot or less. We're not suggesting you try this at home. (I tried this at home.) Thus, NOT TRUE.

Yawning is "contagious".

Empirically, this is tough to deny; perhaps you'll yawn while reading this. The real question is whether there's actually something physiological at work here, and the answer is likely yes: even chimpanzees mimic each other's yawns. Thus, PARTLY TRUE.

Chickens can live without a head.

True, and not just for a few minutes. A chicken can stagger around without its noggin because the brain stem, often left partially intact after a beheading, controls most of its reflexes. One robust fellow lived a full eighteen months. Likely he was a real birdbrain, however.

Nudist Beach:Never Dare to Flirt

Flirting is much more than just a bit of fun: it is a universal and essential aspect of human interaction. Anthropological research shows that flirting is to be found, in some form, in all cultures and societies around the world.

Flirting is a basic instinct, part of human nature. This is not surprising: if we did not initiate contact and express interest in members of the opposite sex, we would not progress to reproduction, and the human species would become extinct."

So you never learned. Didn't I tell you not to do it in public? Look now...

Monday, July 14, 2008

Sex tips: Know More about Foreplay

Foreplay is to sex what stretching is to a workout: easy to skip but essential for great results. And it's a lot more fun than stretching.

Good foreplay is the way we smooth out our differences - slowing the man down a little, speeding the woman up a little, and meeting (hopefully) in the middle.

And it's not just humans who do it.

Most mammals will bite, scratch, nuzzle, smell, mount, urinate upon and otherwise make intimate contact with their partners for minutes, hours or even days before intercourse.

We, too, do better when we work up to sex slowly, which is why time spent flirting, touching, caressing and kissing is time well spent.

Why is it so important?
Because women take longer to achieve orgasm than men. "A man's sexual responses are like a lightbulb: you turn it on, and it goes from cold to hot almost instantly," says psychologist and sex therapist Jude Cotter.

"When you turn it off, it cools right away. But a woman's responses are more like an iron: you turn it on, wait for it to heat up, then wait ages for it to cool."

Technically speaking, there's some evidence to suggest that women's sexual responses in themselves aren't any slower than men's - it's just that women need more foreplay because it's harder for them to orgasm through intercourse alone.

Is it my fault may partner takes so long to become aroused?

Women generally do take longer to become aroused, but here's a sobering thought: women can climax in minutes when they masturbate.

Is it just women who need foreplay?

No. Not only is foreplay important for establishing intimacy and understanding, it's essential for good, strong erections.

Many men also find that prolonged foreplay enhances their orgasm. And the older a man gets, the more important foreplay becomes to his sexual performance.

"Men need a lot more direct genital stimulation as they get older to achieve the kind of erections they did in their youth," says sex therapist Shirley Zussman.

Why are men so poor at foreplay?

Surprisingly, it's nothing to do with our laziness, but because we're so goal-orientated we tend to neglect the very thing women crave - tenderness. This probably has a lot to do with how we're taught to behave as boys.

"Men learn while growing up that touching, hugging and kissing are feminine needs and that 'real men' only like intercourse," says sex therapist Lonnie Barbach.

How long should it last?
Only you and your partner can tell. It could be ten minutes, it could be two hours.

But in one sex study 709 nurses said that, on average, they liked about 17 minutes of foreplay. That may seem a long time, but the rewards are rich. And who are we to doubt the word of nurses?

How do I know if it's working?

Just in case you don't recognise the signals by now (or you're 15 and have eluded our censor controls), here are the unmistakable signs that your foreplay is succeeding...

Erect nipples

Flushed cheeks

Heavy breathing

Firm clitoris

Moist vagina

Large grin

Can I improve my technique so we both have a better time?

Psychotherapist Doreen Virtue says you already have the two most important tools you need (no, not that) - your mind and your body. The trick is knowing how to use them to cultivate the skills of a great lover.

Begin your quest by reading this guide to men's foreplay - then get her to read our pages dedicated to women's foreplay.

When Graphic Artists get bored....

Look at this amazing what can you say about it, huh?

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Mitch Albom:The Five people you meet in Heaven

“Lost love is still love, Eddie. It just takes a different form, that’s all. You can’t hold their hand… You can’t tousle their hair… But when those senses weaken another one comes to life… Memory… Memory becomes your partner. You hold it… you dance with it… Life has to end, Eddie… Love doesn’t”

-Marguerite (Eddie’s wife)

I have remember the book I have read,"The Five People You Meet In Heaven".It took me a long time to actually finish it. 'Coz sometimes I’ve been feeling very tired and lazy. Each time I get home from work when i was still In Pinas, I usually hit the sack right away. That’s why it took me sometime to finish reading it.

Anyway, some of you might have already read this book. At first I got a li’l bored. But I could never the fact that I had goose bumps as Eddie, the 83-year-old lead character in the story, started meeting the five people he was destined to meet in heaven right after he died at the amusement park where he worked as a maintenance all his life. I got really excited to know who those people were. So I guess that’s when the story started to become quite interesting to me.

My favorite part was when Eddie finally met the fifth person in heaven. Because that person is someone that I did not expect him to meet. It was a very touching part. The only time that tears had finally fallen from my cheeks. I don’t wanna reveal who that person is. Coz I want you to find that out by yourselves when you read the book. I promise it’ll be worth your time.

And one thing that I appreciate about the story? There were few Tagalog words that were mentioned there. Like bakya, ina, tsinelas, baro, saya, etc. Wala lang. Makatawa lang ko! :-)

I think everyone should read this book just to have a glimpse of what it is like to be in heaven when our “time” comes. The book says, each of us will have our own “five people” to meet up there. Who knows? The story might be a fiction. But it might be true.


Now it makes me wonder who my five people would be. *wink*

Future Stem Cell Research Therapies May Be Found in Women's Menstrual Blood

Nowadays we have known that health is very important for us especially for woman. As we become mothers in the future or even mothers itself has a great role in life. Taking care of the kids is the most important role as a mother. Way back in many years ago that woman don't work, just they stay at home and do house chores but as time goes by, not just man work now but also we woman.

Sometimes as a woman, we never realized that there are also some instances that we get sick, and we struggle in out prime life. Some of us will experience osteoporosis, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease may be found within our own body, in vital stem cells, which can now be harvested from our own menstrual blood. and so we must be careful too.

I have read from CNNMoney about this that we can still do something to help ourselves woman to live an exciting life here on earth. The revolutionary research and technology of C’elle
a service dedicated to providing women with a safe and easy method of collecting and preserving stem cells found in her menstrual fluid.

So I’m sharing this article to you so will learn more of what I’m talking about.

Press Release:

Taking Control: Future Therapies for a Host of Serious Diseases May Be Found in Women's Menstrual Blood

July 07, 2008: 01:28 PM EST

OLDSMAR, Fla., July 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- With today’s hectic lifestyle, where most women are juggling careers, family, relationships, and a host of activities, the idea of possibly facing a serious illness in the future is not something that readily comes to mind -- especially when a woman is in the prime of her life. But what most women don’t know, is that the key to treating a number of possibly life-threatening diseases that she, a parent, a sibling or even her children may face in later years, such as osteoporosis, heart disease, stroke, Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s disease, may be found within her own body -- in vital stem cells, which can now be harvested from her own menstrual blood.

Now, thanks to the revolutionary research and technology of C’elle, a service dedicated to providing women with a safe and easy method of collecting and preserving stem cells found in her menstrual fluid each month, even the busiest woman can take control of her future, right in the privacy of her own home. With C’elle’s non-invasive collection process, menstrual cells are processed and cryo-preserved (stored at a very low temperature) for potential cellular therapies that may be used in the future. These self-renewing cells one day may even be used for sports medicine or cosmeceutical treatments, such as anti-aging therapies.

"C’elle enables and empowers a woman to take control of her future health, and possibly of those genetically closest to her, in a fast, painless and stress free way," said Michelle Kay, Marketing and Sales Manager for C’elle. "We live in exciting times, as science and technology are discovering how extremely valuable menstrual blood stem cells really are, and the enormous treatment potential they represent for future therapies. C’elle’s ongoing research is supporting these promising findings."

For more information about C’elle, please call 1-877-892-3553 or visit

Friday, July 11, 2008

Blog Addiction

As of this writing, I am busy talking with my younger brother back in the Philippines via yahoo messenger. Look what technology can do to a long distance communication between families and friends!Well for those who have BF or GF from abroad it is not easy to maintain a long distance relationship, but this free service from yahoo makes everything so easy for the two. I do not know how much is Yahoo earning from such offering. One thing is certain though, many have seen the good side of it, including me and and my family in Philippines.

I am stuck here in our couch and thinking how much coffee or tea will I need tonight to get away with this boredom . I cannot understand what has become of this being inside of me that aloneness sometimes could almost always mean a trip to my favorite coffee bar. It is not addiction, oh please!

The condition of being habitually or compulsively occupied with or involved in something is addiction, as defined by some authors. Then in that case, I am not compulsively occupied with coffee. Yippee! an addict I am not. Strictly taking everything into consideration, however, probably I am. No. Not with coffee, but with this WWW thing.

You see I spent most of my time writing daily in my blog,checking mails,chat with friends, and surf in the net that I maintain. I do not get much anything from it ( financially) aside from the sole satisfaction that only myself could enjoy. If that is addiction, let it be. Call me a blog addict -- an addict who never tires to do his 'legal' job.

I never get tired even at some evenings that I found myself enjoying the entries and comments I get from readers. Thanks to them, though, they make me love my addiction more.

Whether I am a blog addict or not, the fact that many are touched by the heart-warming articles resulting from such addiction, that is what counts. This blogging technology is giving me fun time, just as I am talking to my brother with the Yahoo voice chat!

It's more than 2 hours since I started chatting. It is more than 2 hours of addiction to YM.

I already smell the aroma of the coffee brew. Got to go!

Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Only in the Philippines!

Just enjoy the pictures, and tell me what you can say about it...

Monday, July 7, 2008

Bad Tagalog Translations for English Movie Titles..just for fun!

1. Black Hawk Down - Ibong Maitim sa Ibaba
2. Dead man’s chest - Dodo ng Patay
3. I Know What You Did Last Summer - Uyy…aminin!
4. Love, Actually - Sa Totoo Lang, Pag-ibig
5. Million Dollar Baby - 50 Million Pisong Sanggol (depende sa FOREX)
6. The Blair Witch Project - Ang Proyekto ng Bruhang si Blair
7. Mary Poppins - Si Mariang May Putok
8. Snakes on a Plane - Nag-ahasan sa Ere
9. The Postman Always Rings twice - Ang Kartero Kapag Dumutdot Laging Dalawang Beses
10. Sum of All Fears - Takot Mo, Takot Ko, Takot Nating Lahat
11. Swordfish - Talakitok
12. Pretty Woman - Ganda ng Lola Mo
13. Robin Hood, Men in Tights - Si Robin Hood at Ang Mga Felix Bakat
14. 4 Weddings and a Funeral - Kahit 4 na Beses Ka Pang Magpakasal, Mamamatay Ka Rin
15. The Good, The Bad and The Ugly - Ako, Ikaw, Kayong Lahat
16. Harry Potter and The Sorcerer’s Stone - Adik si Harry, Tumira ng Shabu
17. Click - Isang Pindot ka Lang
18. Brokeback Mountain - May Nawasak sa Likod ng Bundok ng Tralala / Bumigay sa Bundok
19. The Day of the Dead - Ayaw Tumayo (kasi patay)
20. Waterworld - Basang-basa

21. There’s Something About Mary - May Kwan Sa Ano Ni Maria
22. Employee of the Month - Ang Sipsip
23. Resident Evil - Ang Biyenan
24. Kill Bill - Kilitiin sa Bilbil
25. The Grudge - Lintik Lang Ang Walang Ganti
26. Nightmare Before Christmas - Binangungot sa Noche Buena
27. Annie Hall - Ang Butas ni Annie
28. Never Been Kissed - Pangit Kasi
29. Gone in 60 Seconds - 1 Round, Tulog
30. The Fast and the Furious - Ang Bitin, Galit
31. Too Fast, Too Furious - Kapag Sobrang Bitin, Sobrang Galit
32. Dude, Where’sv My Car - Dong, Anong Level Ulit Tayo Nag-park?
33. The Lord of the Rings - Ang Alahero
34. Beauty and the Beast - Ang Asawa Ko at Ang Nanay Nya

Hide ‘N’ Seek : A game of love.

Did you think, what a surprise would be when you open up your favorite book and find a hand written not that says, "I love you". Three little words scribbled on a piece of paper. It will be enough to him/her that he could find your love on that piece. Yes, the result will be amazing. This game can be called Hide ‘N’ Seek.

Did you ever play such a game with your partner? If you not yet played, Then play now. Write some words in piece of paper, and hide in your partner’s book. Don’t say anything about it. Then, when your lover opens that book, He will see your beautiful scrap. Indeed, I assure you, he/she would realize your love, and she/he will feel most comfortable with you. In addition, he/she will be always willing for your intimacy. That’s the Hide ‘N’ Seek.

This game also be played in a different way. That, write some thing on a little piece of paper, you need it would be done in front of your partner. Then hide it in some other places, and say him/her, that scrap was about him/her and challenge him to find. He would be very enthusiastic about that scrap, and indeed, he will find it. He/she could see some precious words scribbled on a piece of paper...what a simple way to make his or her day.

Friday, July 4, 2008

Happy 4th of July!

Happy Birthday America on the day we celebrate our independence. God bless the U.S.A.! God bless all of our troops around the world! God bless all of our leaders! God bless our citizens! God help us never to forget to thank You for your protection and blessings You so graciously have given America.

Oh beautiful for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain, for purple mountain majesties above the fruited plain. America, America, God shed His grace on thee, and crown thy good with brotherhood from sea to shining sea.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Inspirational Story

The Butterfly

A man found a cocoon of a butterfly
One day a small opening appeared
He sat and watched the butterfly for several hours
It struggled to force its body through that little hole
Then it seemed to stop making any progress
It appeared as if it had gotten as far as it could
And it could go no farther.

So the man decided to help the butterfly
He took a pair of scissors and snipped off
The remaining bit of the cocoon.

The butterfly then emerged easily, BUT,
It had a swollen body and small, shriveled wings
He continued to watch the butterfly
He expected that, at any moment, the wings would enlarge
And the body would contract
Neither happened!
In fact, the butterfly spent the rest of its life crawling
Around with a swollen body and shriveled wings.
It was never able to fly.

The man acted with well-intentioned kindness
But he didn't understand the consequences.
The restricting cocoon and the struggle required to get
Through the tiny opening, were nature's way of forcing fluid
From the body of the butterfly once it achieved it's freedom
From the cocoon.

Sometimes struggles are exactly what we need in our life.
If nature allowed us to go through life without any
Obstacles, it would cripple us.
We would not be as strong as we could have been
And we could never fly
Have a great day, great life, and struggle a little.
Then fly!