Friday, November 30, 2012

I Should Be 'Cause TV Says So

     I blame Discovery channel for this.  The first time I lost faith of their fact-checking was when I came across their show about some head-hunters in the Philippines.  One of the last words was "the head-hunters of Ibaloi."

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Knock Out!

     I laughed when I read one of my facebook friends ranting about Koreans leaving the door open, wherever they go.  More so, when another replied that Koreans close the door behind them-- even when someone's just 2 feet behind them.

     But this is not about my friend's rant.  It's what I've been through in relation to his rant.

Tuesday, March 13, 2012


     "If God allowed Adam and Eve the choice for themselves, why would someone shove their ideals down someone else's throat?"

     For some reason this issue have been rolling all over the whole day. It's not that I care much but if a lot of stuff that happened today gets to relate to that question above, it does make me think of writing it down.

Friday, January 27, 2012


Back in the Philippines, when I was a lot younger, I was quite known of my walk.  I'm not talking about a runway/fashion model walk.  I'm talking about just my ordinary walk.  It's nothing special either.  But it's noticeable.

When I was a kid, I had a hard time catching up to my dad whenever we go places.  Being asthmatic makes it worse when I have to take three steps for each of my dad's single step.  I think I didn't complain 'cause I just see dad as a giant.  Apparently, he noticed how hard this was for me.  So he taught me how to walk "his way".

Friday, December 30, 2011

Band Aid

     Koreans have the tendency to adjust some English vocabulary so they can pronounce it easier and claim they know the language.  They call it Konglish.  I think it's stupid.  Either learn the word or don't.  This causes a lot of confusion sometimes especially when they start mixing one or two konglish word in their Korean language.  What's worse is that they'll find Filipinoes stupid and liars if we don't immediately understand their Konglish.  They believe it's enough to be understood.  And since Filipinoes keep boasting we're proficient in English, yet we didn't understand their Konglish, we lied to them.  That, or we're so stupid that we can't understand the most basic English.