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The 10 Coño-mmandments :)

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The 10 Coño-mmandments

1.  Thou shall make gamit “make+pandiwa.”
ex. “Let’s make pasok na to our class!”
“Wait lang! I’m making kain pa!”
“Come on na, we can’t make hintay anymore! It’s in Jonas pa, you know?”

2. Thou shall make kalat “noh”, “diba” and “eh” in your pangungusap.
ex. “I don’t like to make lakad in the baha nga, no? Eh diba it’s like, so eew, diba?”
“What ba: stop nga being maarte noh?”
“Eh as if you want naman also, diba?”

3. When making describe a whatever, always say “It’s SO [pang-uri]!”
ex. “It’s so malaki, you know, and so mainit!”
“I know right? So sarap nga, eh!”
“You’re making me inggit naman.. I’ll make bili nga my own burger.”

4. When you are lalaki, make parang punctuation “dude”, ‘tsong” or “pare”
ex. “Dude, MBB is so hirap, pare.”
“I know, tsong, I got bagsak nga in quiz one, eh”

5. Thou shall know you know? I know right!
ex. “My bag is so bigat today, you know”
“I know, right! We have to make dala pa kasi the jumbo Physics book eh!”

6. Make gawa the plural of pangngalans like in English or Spanish.
ex. “I have so many tigyawats, oh!”

7. Like, when you can make kaya, always use like. Like, I know right?
ex. “Like, it’s so init naman!”
“Yah! The aircon, it’s, like sira!”

8. Make yourself feel so galing by translating the last word of your sentence, you know, your pangungusap?
ex. “Kakainis naman in the LRT! How plenty tao, you know, people?”
“It’s so tight nga there, eh, you know, masikip?”

9. Make gamit of plenty abbreviations, you know, daglat?”
ex. “Like, OMG! It’s like traffic sa LRT”
“I know right? It’s so kaka!”

10. Make gamit the pinakamaarte voice and pronunciation you have para full effect!
ex. “I’m, like, making aral at the Arrhneo!”
“Me naman, I’m from Lazzahll!”

(Copy paste from JDV lang po! ) 😀

OMG! I am so like laughing so hard na here noh! It’s so hirap to make kain when you are so tawa ng loud…Hallerrrr…you know!


Why Men Can Only Do One Thing At A Time And Women Never Stop Talking (Part 2)

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To those who are intrigued on what is inside this great book, I’m posting here some of the excerpts of Chapter One. I just hope I’m not gonna be sued! It’s just that I want to share this to all who can’t buy a copy of the book! (hehehe…nagmamakaaawa na agad!) 😀

Oh well, you can search for this book in, I think they have a copy of this book, don’t know how much is the price, though! 😉


In the beginning….
Women gathered. Women nurtured.
Things were simple: he was the lunch-chase, she was the nest-defender. the woman’s role was clear. Being the child-bearer, her skills became specialized to meet that role. She needed to be able to monitor her surroundings for signs of danger, have excellent short-range navigational skills using landmarks to find her way, and have a highly-tuned ability to sense small changes in th behavior and appearance of children and adults.
Her success was measured by her ability to sustain family life. Her self-worth came from the man’s appreciation of her home-making and nurturing skills. She was never expected to hunt animals, fight enemies or change light bulbs.

Men hunted. Men protected.
Man’s job description was straightforward: he was a lunch-chaser, and that’s all anyone expected of him. He would venture out each day into a hostile and dangerous world to risk his life as a hunter to bring food back to his woman and their children and he would defend them against savage animals or enemies. He developed long-distance navigational skills so he could locate food and bring it home, and excellent marksmanship skills so that he could hit a moving target.
His success as a man was measured by his ability to make a kill ang bring it home, and his self-worth was measured by her appreciation fo rhis struggle and effort.
There was never any need for him to ‘analyze the relationship’ and he wasn’t expected to put out the garbage or help change the nappies.

Women are naturally intuitive.
Women are equipped with far more finely-tuned sensory skills than men. As child-bearers and nest-defenders, they needed the ability to sense subtle mood and attitude changes in others that could signal pain, hunger, injury, aggression or depression. This is commonly called “women’s intuition”.
Women’s intuition is something that has always bewildered men who play around – and are invariably caught.

Skit: “My wife can see a blonde hair on my coat from twenty feet, but she hits the garage door when she parks the car.”

A Man would have to witness tears, a temper tantrum or be slapped around the face before he’d have a clue anything was going on.
Males, being lunch-chasers, were never around the cave long enough to learn to read non-verbal signals or the ways of interpersonal communication.
Brain scan tests show that when a man’s brain is in a resting state, at least 70% of its electrical activity is shut down. Scans of women’s brains show a level 90% activity during the same state, confirming that women are constantly receiving and analyzing information from their environment. A woman knows her children’s friends, hopes, dreams, romances, secret fears, what are they thinking, how they are feeling and, usually, what mischief they are plotting. Men are vaguely aware of some short people also living in the house.

Women rarely get caught ogling other men due to their peripheral vision

Sex researchers report that women look at men’s bodies as much as, and usually more than men look at women’s. Women have a greater variety of cones in the retina of the eye – allowing them to describe colors in greater detail – and also have wider peripheral vision than men. As a nest-defender, a woman has brain software that allows her to receive an arc of at least 45degree clear vision to each side of her head and above and below her nose. Some women’s peripheral vision is effective up to almost 180degrees.

Men literally have ‘tunnel vision’. That’s why they’re always so obvious when they look at other women. They have to turn their heads.

A man’s eyes are larger than a woman’s and his brain configure them for a type of long-distance tunnel vision which means that he can see clearly and accurately directly in front of him, though over much narrower field and over greater distances, almost like a pair of binoculars.

Women can detect emotions through tone of voice

Women are more sensitive to differentiating tone changes, voice volume and pitch. This enables them to hear emotional changes in children and adults. This ability goes a long way to explaining the women’s phrase, “Don’t use that tone of voice with me!”, when arguing with men and boys. Most males don’t have a clue what she’s talking about.

Female hearing advantage contributes significantly to what is called “Women’s Intuition” and is one of the reasons why a woman can read between the lines of what people say.

In a room of fifty couples it takes the average woman less than ten minutes to have analyzed the relationship between each couple in the room. She can see who’s who, what’s what and how they’re all feeling.

Men, er, can’t

Men, however, shouldn’t despair. They are excellent at identifying and imitating animal sounds, which would have been a significant advantage for the ancient hunter.

Sadly, there’s not much call for this skill these days.

Boys are often chastised by ‘grown-ups’ for not listening. But as boys grow, particularly at puberty, their ear canals undergo growth spurts that can cause temporary deafness. Boys are equipped for more effective seeing than hearing. Female teachers have been found to reprimand girls differently to boys and seem intuitively to understand male and female hearing differences.

Female teachers continue to reprimand girls even if eye contact is lost. If a boy refuses eye contact, many female teachers intuitively understand that he probably either can’t hear or is not listening, and will say, “Look at me when I speak to you.”

It’s not that men are insensitive to the small details. Their brains just aren’t organized to pick up the non-verbal signals that allow women to notice small details and changes in the appearance of others.

Women can fib better.

Research reveals that, in face-to-face communications, non-verbal signs account for 60-80% of the impact of the message, while vocal sounds and words account for the balance. A woman’s superior sensory equipment picks up and analyzes this information and her brain’s ability to rapidly transfer between hemispheres makes her more proficient at integrating and deciphering verbal, visual and other signals.

In other words, she can spot a fibber a mile off.

This is why most men have difficulty lying to a woman face-to-face.

Men can’t fib their way out of a paper-bag

As most women know, lying to a man face-to-face is comparatively easy, as he does not have the necessary sensitivity to spot incongruities between her verbal and non-verbal signals.

Most men, if they’re going to lie to a woman, would be far better off doing it over the phone, in a letter or with all the lights off, and a blanket over their head.

When Your Boyfriend is Her Husband!

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Affairs, sadly are very rampant among us, wherever we go there is a big possibility that the person beside you while riding a bus is currently involved in this kind of relationship! There’s this one time while I was riding a jeep going to a mall when there’s a man in a motorcycle following us and then the woman beside me suddenly asked the driver to stop then she came down and went to the guy in the motorcycle! And all of us in the jeep looked at each other, then a man goes, “Siguro kabit ‘yan!”

Now I have stumbled upon this article and this should be read by anyone, guy or girl, that’s why I’m putting this here on my blog!

“It’s like meeting the man of your dreams, and then meeting his beautiful wife,” goes Alanis Morisette’s Ironic. While there are still cases of women being duped into entering a relationship with married men, there also seems to be an increasing number of single women dating men whom they know are married.

Single women may have a dozen reasons for dating married men, and one of these is their need for attention and affection—which seems to be met by married men who bring on the charm when they try extra hard to win the affection of singletons. As the article “The Seduction of a Married Man” by Susan Sheppard reads, “The more she says no, the more aggressive and charming and attentive he gets. This is the ultimate male challenge, to win over a woman who is saying no even though he knows she really is attracted to him.”

While a lot of single women enjoy the perks of loving and being loved by married men, they need to be reminded of certain realities for “the other woman,” which listed in this article by JR Lewis.

1. Expect all holidays to be spent alone. The man you are committed to is committed first to his actual family.

2. Expect your family and close friends to not know him. To introduce a married man to them would be simply unacceptable. You’re also likely to shy away from close friends, for fear of being judged. If you do decide to tell your friends about your man, chances are your discussions will usually end up in heated arguments. Your friends probably can’t bear the thought of you being a “querida.”

Anyone who takes a ring off once can do it again.

3. Expect you will always be second fiddle. If you have a need or desire, it might be addressed, or it might not. It depends on how easy it is to fix or satisfy. If it is something easy like sex, which he benefits from as well, it might be taken care of; if it is something important, maybe not. Remember, you are “number two.” Only number one has highest priority.

4. Expect to have lonely nights, lonely days, and lonely in-betweens. He will not be there to hold you, he is holding his wife. He will not be there to talk to; he is busy talking to his wife. He will not be playing with your children; he is busy playing with his own. Love isolation? Get used to it. You are on your own.

5. Expect he will always be looking at others. His roving eyes caught you; he will grow bored with you, too. You weren’t the first, you won’t be the last. He will not be faithful. Why should he be? Anyone who takes a ring off once can do it again.

6. Expect heartbreak. Either he will not leave his wife or he may eventually replace you for a younger, prettier model. And we all know there will always be someone younger and prettier.

If you are seeing a married man and you are reading this, consider how you would feel if you marry a man who later starts charming someone else.

Personal NOTE: There is also an article here in my blog titled “10 Reasons to NOT date a married man”, you should READ it, too.


Eraserheads Reunion Concert: The Happening!

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Yeah I know, my blog is more than 40 hours late since the concert, please forgive me because I was too busy on housechores and now is the only time I have to write this. And so without much to say, here are the details of my experience on this once in a lifetime event!

Me and my hubby arrived at the venue at past 3pm, and as we were about to enter the gates of the General Admission area, the guards told us that belts, ballpoint pens, and perfumes are not allowed inside the concert! They said that this is the standard procedure during an open-field event, so try to remember this info when you go into one of the same events in the future. The guards told us that the women can wear belts, we went to the nearest parking lot and I wore my hubby’s belt instead since mine is an older belt, buti na lang hindi maluwag yung suot nyang pants at the time! Then I took out my pens and the spray-type perfume I had in my bag, buti na lang din at mumurahing Avon na pabango lang yun! Whew!

We entered the area at almost 4pm, we really wanted to be early for us to find the perfect spot for the concert. Kelangan naman sulitin ko yung pinangutang ko para lang makabili ng tickets! We waited by the concessionaires’ area, one huge guy approached me and asked me where my ID is and I said it’s in my bag, I thought he was talking about any identification to check my age, yun pala napagkamalan nya akong isa sa may-ari ng mga stalls dun dahil dun kami nakatigil! We took some pictures of the preparation for the concert…

Before 5pm, we secured an area here almost in front of the McDonald’s stall…and of course took some more pictures…

We waited here until 8pm, just standing, looking around, taking some more pictures, saw an old friend of my hubby by the Patron’s side, texting some friends, eating some 5pesos isa na Swift Hotdogs, drinking Lipton Green Tea, sitting by the dirt under the fence dividing the Patron side and the General Admissions side, ocassionally chatting with some fellow Eheads fans at our area, looking at the clouds giving out some sunset rays, looking at the crowd entering the gates, took some pictures of someone who made us laugh, we even wondered kung mapupuno ba yung field ng tao kahit may bayad na yung concert pero ayun, NAPUNO NGA, and according to the news, almost 60,000 people are there! More than the number of people who attended the Beyoncè concert! WoooHooo! As night approaches, the monitors and cameras are being tested, we all saw Jay Contreras of the Kamikazee Band displaying a “f*ck you” sign on both hands and grinning while the camera is rolling over him, we all laughed in amusement sa pagpapa-cute nya sa camera, nalibang din kami kahit papano. 😀

8pm came…people are still barging in, waiting anxiously for the band to come out and wondering what will they play first…then a digital clock was displayed on the monitor, 10:00, counting down… and as it was approaching the next minute, people are screaming louder and louder!

May isang umaga, na tayo’y magsasama…Haya at halina sa alapaap…O, anong sarap, haa…”, Oh My Gosh… the crowd went wild, singing every lyrics of the song! What I felt was so surreal! This is the first and only time that I heard the Eraserheads perform their songs LIVE! And of course what would you expect? All of the people in there and even outside the concert area are singing! Malakas pa sa boses ni Ely Buendia! We even saw Aiza Seguerra singing with together with the crowd! Ang ganda naman ng pwesto namin dahil kaharap namin yung malaking projector para sa Gen Ad area. And of course we have recorded all of their songs! Here is the list of the songs that they performed that night:

1. Alapaap (After this song was a brief fireworks display)

2. Ligaya

3. Sembreak

4. Hey Jay

5. Harana

6. Fruitcake (Ely sang this after he said, “Merry Christmas!”) 🙂

7. Toyang (“they try to tell us we’re…too old…too old to be…bold…”)

8. Kama Supra

9. Kailan

10. Wag Kang Matakot

11. Kaliwete

12. With A Smile

13. Shake Yer Head

14. Wag Mo Nang Itanong

15. Light Years (After this song, napaupo na si Ely sa stage sa harap ng microphone stand nya, and that’s when I thought na baka atakihin sya sa puso… I think I even said it out loud while my hubby’s recording the performance)

Then they displayed a digital clock again, 20:00, and an announcement for the break time, the signal that the first half of the concert was finished. So we waited, some of us sat down, some of us ate, some had their “yosi break”, etc. Then napansin namin nawala yung digital clock sa monitor, the 20minute break was almost over…akala namin mag-uumpisa na ng second half…pero wala pa rin…umalis ako sa pwesto ko para bumili ulit ng hotdogs and drinks. Habang nakapila pa ako sa stall ng Vitwater, may narinig na akong sigawan, yun pala may umakyat na sa stage, I just thought na SANA mabilis na lang gumalaw yung pila ng mga bibili. Then I heard Buddy Zabala introduced the members of the band, Marcus Adoro and Raimund Marasigan, then when he said that the sister of Ely Buendia, Lally, has an announcement to make ayun kinabahan na ako, alam ko na may nangyaring hindi maganda kay Ely… and I was right. (I hate it when I’m right!) 😦

The following is Lally’s message, “Thank you for supporting the reunion concert of Eraserheads. We, however, regret to inform you that due to my brother’s poor health, the emotional and physical stress that he’s been experiencing, we apologize for cutting the concert short. My brother Ely had to be rushed to the hospital for medical attention. Again, we apologize and thank you all for coming here tonight.” (courtesy of PEP)

Of course we are all disappointed but we did understand it, no one dared to say BOOO or even got violent about it, after all, Ely did gave his best to show us the best concert by performing 15 songs non-stop! And we all know his health condition and his family’s loss of his mother 2 days before the concert, and they said that he finished their rehearsal at 3am that day! In fairness, the original plan with Philip Morris is that they play only 10 songs! But that night they performed 15 songs already! We finished the event with a minute of prayer for Ely… no ending song, no fireworks… just a prayer that Ely will be okay that night…

We all waited for the news about Ely Buendia’s condition and I am glad to know that he is now stable (though still in ICU) and somehow I am hoping that this concert will have a part 2 as what Raimund said in their interviews that they are willing to make another concert for the people! It was supposedly 3 sets of songs pala! Wow! I can’t help but imagine what the ending would be like if they have finished all of it and if Ely was really in shape for it, I bet there’s some fireworks display and that no one will ever forget it. But hey, there’s still tomorrow and a future! What’s important right now is that Ely Buendia will be okay and will get well very soon to gain his strength again before making another phenomenal concert! 😉

All in all, this concert was really worth our time and money… It’s a great feeling that I am there when it happened, I have witnessed it all and I am very happy! To the Eraserheads, we will pray that another concert will happen, we promise that we will save up for it so that we will be there singing with you again! Kudos to you guys! You are still the number 1 band of all time! You are already legends, and no one will surpass the achievements of the Eraserheads! WooooHoooooooo…. 😉

For more photos and some videos from the concert, please visit:

For more news and information, visit the following links:;-more-than-60,000-people-in-attendance

Here are some photos of the Eraserheads!