Month: April 2011

My Holy Week Career

While everyone is taking their Holy Week vacation, here I am preparing for work tomorrow. The week-long time off for others  will just be two days for me. No holidays, and no long vacations (at least on my first six months on my new job).

So what I did during the idlest time of the year? – Where no regular TV shows around, closed malls and most of your Facebook friends are out of town? One thing I proved sure: Nothing beats the entertainment of online flash games!

I discovered a new flash game site today called Fast Games. The games there are cool and short, but challenging (of course there are some boring ones). If you want to check it out, simply click here.

Let me share with you some of the games I enjoyed playing.

Little Wheel

Hard Way


These three games has likely the same plot and game objective. The player will have to find “something” to solve the entire game, and go through different obstacles to find that ultimate solution “something”. Get it? Anyway, I also loved the graphics of these games which added to the enjoyment of playing these flash games.

Obviously I am a gamer type of person. I love playing games like these, and so I am also planning to buy a new phone – Ones with Android OS. But the hell it is, I can’t buy anytime soon because I need to “stabilize” my financial state first since I changed jobs. Anyway, that’s it for now. I’ll update you guys when I have my new phone already (which is again, not too soon from now). Also, try to visit the site, and I hope you could also enjoy the flash games there.

Shove That Food… All In A Day

My rest day yesterday was a blast. My friends and I went to different sides of the metro to food-hop! Let me share our itinerary. Time started 10.30AM, time ended 8.00PM. Yummeh!

First, we went to the crave-worth chicken, BonChon Chicken (Ayala Triangle). We ordered the large serving (6 drumsticks, and 12 wings) with two orders of rice each. We shoved all the chicks in our mouth, down to our hungry tummies. O yeah!

Next, we went strolling around Makati City’s avenues to get our digestive systems working. As we reached Glorietta, we went to Starbucks to get some caffeine in our system. Talks, laughs and more also included.

After the coffee session, we went to Eton Centris in Quezon City to check out LazerTag. However, we find it a little expensive and decided to try it next time. We seriously thought of going home already, but thought about a place we could still visit to eat (again) at a cheap price. It was then we went to UP Campus to eat tusok-tusok.

20 isaw manok (chicken intestines), 20 isaw baboy (pork intestines), and 4 balun-balunan (gizzard). Total tusok-tusok eaten: 44 sticks for the four of us. Good thing, we are still alive with all the cholesterol in our system. Yey!

It was really an amazing and satisfying experience. I swear. I am sharing some snaps to you guys. Whew, mouth-watering! Really hope this will happen again soon.


The best chicken, BonChon Chicken


Walking session after eating lots of chicken


Coffee session at Sbucks Glorietta


While asking ourselves : Go home, or not to go home? (Eton Centris)


Sticks up!

Oh, Mario Maurer!

There’s a new addition on my celebrity winners. By the term winners, I mean that I love them. Ok fine, they’re my “some-sort of celebrity crush” (I wished to refuse the usage of the word crush because it’s too juvenile and cheesy. But obviously I failed on my objective). Maybe some of you would say: “Why the hell will I care about your crushes?” I say: “Hello? You need to know this to check if I will be your greatest nemesis on your idol or not.” – Fine, I just want to share this. Double fail.

So I tried searching for other movies featuring that good-looking boy in “The Love of Siam” (a Thai gay-themed movie). I didn’t know his name at first but then Google is there to help me. Finally I got his name: Mario Maurer. Search it if you like, but please make sure you have your tissues to help you on your “drooling time”.

After getting his name, I was able to find another movie which features him also as a lead actor. It’s a rom-com movie this time. The flick is titled “A Little Thing Called Love” (First Love). After watching the film the second time, I officially announce that Mario Maurer is included on my celebrity winners‘ list. Still wondering how good-looking he is? Here (all photos grabbed from Google images).

Alright, that’s it. I am off! I know some of you will be searching for his movies now. I won’t keep you reading this blog entry. Go and search Mario Maurer.

Lady Gaga Ballers

I promised my sister to make a special blog entry to plug her small business. She has an online shop which caters bands’, groups’, stars’ memorabilia and items. It’s called Shinjukulove online shop.

The latest item she sells right now is the Lady Gaga ballers. For all the little monsters out there, I know you’ll like it.

Here’s how to buy and get these cool ballers.

You can send your order forms now at:
Also, add the Shinjukulove’s FB page now at
For those who wishes to get more ballers, there’s a promo going on : Buy 2 for 180 pesos!

That’s all folks! Really appreciate your support on this, Little Monsters. Paws up!

Last Usual Weekend (Dang!)

I made my last regular weekend extra special. I went out with my folks for some drinks and stories. Got a few snaps last night, and this one is my favorite.

I’ll really miss this weekend night-outs. For the coming weekends of April, as everyone is having a rest day, I will be working. Dang!

One word (or is it?): Ktnxbye.