dear tita charing,
ako po ay naglakas-loob na sumulat sa inyo upang humingi payo.
nito pong nakaraang buwang ay nawalan na po ako ng gana sa lahat ng bagay. buti na lang po wala akong jowa, or else dry ang sex life namin. basta ang tamad ko na. ayoko nang bumangon, kumain at magtrabaho pero keri ko pa rin namang maligo. anyway, chikka ko lang yan para humaba ang kwento. eto talaga ang napakalaki kong suliranin (ang deep):
kahapon kasi nagpagupit ako sa suki kong parlor, ang jun esma salon for men and women (plugging). ang galing ng hair dressers at barbero nila. so ayun nga, sabi ka lang na pa trim akey kasi kelangan ang aura ko sa isang wedding chorvahan. habang ginugupitan ang hair ketch ng isang beckysaur (ang galing nya, in furness) may fone-in question sya. bet ko ba raw bumili ng keratin conditioner nila. manipis na daw ang crown ng lola nyo. upselling sya ha pero tama si tita beckysaur. and da trut harts. hay...
so ayun nga. napansin ko na rin yan mga ilang buwan na. dagdagan pa yan ng ma-grasa at mala-airport kong noo. eeew.
tita charing, ang bata ko pa para mawalan ng crowning glory. ayoko! ayoko! ayoko!! sana po ay mabigyan nyo po ako ng payo sa aking suliranin... at ano ba yung keratin conditioner? di ko kasi binili yung offer, baka may gayuma, chos.
fairygodflower says: wala ka kasi jowa!
bitchywitch says: agree! wa nang "nagdidilig" ahahahahay charot!
You cannot prevent the birds of sadness from passing over your head, but you can prevent their making a nest in your hair
- Chinese Proverbs
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
dear tita charing,
Monday, June 9, 2008
over the weekend naging big winner si ejay, sumalangit si daboy at may baklitang nawasak ang pangarap:
AN AMERICAN citizen has filed for the annulment of his marriage with his Filipino partner after finding out on their wedding night that his bride, in fact, was a man.
Gerald Brainard III, of Michigan, USA, met Lou Vincent Suarez on a dating website in April 2006. The two often spent hours talking on the phone and e-mailing each other. They also saw each other through a web camera.
Two months later, Brainard flew to the Philippines and tied the knot with Suarez. The marriage ceremonies were conducted on June 27, 2006 before the Cebu City Municipal Trial Court.
It was every online dater’s dream come true—until the wedding night.
That was when Suarez confessed that he was a man.
Suarez allegedly tried to explain himself to Brainard, saying he “feels like a woman inside” and that all his friends and relatives treated him as such.
In his court petition, Brainard said that he met the news with “shock and horror.”
He then filed for the nullification of their marriage, quoting Article 2 of the Family Code, which says that no marriage shall be valid unless all the essential requisites are met. One of the requisites is the “legal capacity of contracting parties who must be a male and a female.”
The Family Code renders the marriage void if one of the requisites is missing.
Marriages “contracted through mistake of one contracting party as to the identity of the other” are also considered void from the very beginning under Article 35 of the Family Code.
Brainard told Suarez he could not be married to a man and left the Philippines immediately. He filed his petition through his lawyer, Anna Bojos, yesterday.
-published on june 8, 2008 sun.star cebu sunday
fairygodflower says: lumagpas masyado ang pangarap nya. i do not want to laugh at her but what she did was deception... and a bit rude.
bitchywitch says: pagpasensyahan mo na yung bakla 'teh nakasinghot lang siguro ng rugby o kaya mighty bond...
Do not bite at the bait of pleasure, till you know there is no hook beneath it.
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
matumal ang benta mga tita... hay
...at sa mga panahong ganito, kelangan natin ng pampagana. go boys...
bitchywitch says: yo yo! check this out baby. you have the timing at coordination but i think you need to work on those bulges or the lack of it...
fairygodflower says: you boys are so nice and adorable. you guys are so unique...
princess aries says: haller!
The word aerobics comes from two Greek words: aero, meaning "ability to," and bics, meaning "withstand tremendous boredom”