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Saturday, August 28, 2004


This is the last goodbye. Well, actually, last night was. *sigh*

I did not get teary-eyed when, at the start of the show, Red was already turning his back on us while he was on stage... taking a deep breath, composing himself and trying real hard not to cry. I did not cry while I was taking the video of Red while he was singing his last rendition of "Maghihintay Sayo". I just had a heavy feeling while I was taking the vid. I did not cry when I beso-hugged him goodbye after the show. This morning, I downloaded the pictures and the videos I took last night from the fellas' gig at Dish. And there ya go... It was when I was watching the video of Red singing "Maghihintay..." that I started to cry. Hayyy. I was crying the entire time while I watched Red struggling real hard to sing as the tears were welling up inside him.

There. I just downloaded the sadness of the entire night :( *sigh*

(Oh but it was happy na rin coz it was Karl's b-day *actually today* and because of Myke's sinigang na puro sitaw, KAMOTE at Robi-pork :P... )

I am sooo gonna miss this dude :( ...

Hehe, since I was the one who took the pic of Red with Sarah, Tere, Hogi and Teena... I told them "Ok, sige, mamaya solo 'ko with Red! :P"...

Goodbye Red! I'm sooo gonna miss you :( Good luck on the new path you're about to take! :) I'm sure you'll kick major ass in NYC! :)

Friday, August 27, 2004


Yebbah! I am on vacation leave today!!! I filed this VL last week coz #1 I've been uber-windang the whole month of August because I had two major marketing events to do... one was last Aug. 10 and the other one was last night. So hellloooo, I deserve to friggin' take a breather ya know ;P And then come Monday, I will be preparing for a major telecine workshop--remotely help our Thailand office for their workshop and then prepare for Phils.' version of the workshop come October. Then I have a flyer due next week for the BPI Madness thing. Then there's the 2005 calendars which will be sourced here by all the regions and I do mean, US, Europe, Asean, Australia, Japan... aaaaackkk. Whoever the supplier(s) will be for this calendar will be l-u-c-k-y lucky with ALL that quantity. It has to be finished by November. And then December, we'd be busy with the Metro Manila Film Fest. And then we also have a newsletter to release by September. So yeah, after this VL, I will be busy as hell again til the end of the year. Oh well.

Oh and #2, tonight will be Red's last major gig before he goes to NYC for his film course. So there, I'll be meeting up with Tere later and we'll be goin to Dish ABS CBN to watch the fellas' gig and say bye-bye to Red :(

I haven't been online much since last week. Haven't read everyone's blog or much of my email yet so sorry if I go "duh" when you say something to me that I am supposed to know already since it's on your blog or it's on our yahoogroups (ehehe, Abbie! soweeee!*wide guilty grin*).

Ok, here's a mishmashed rundown of what's up with me (aside from my harrassing work stuff):

  • Last Friday was "Purging Day" in the office. This meant we had to clean up our files and throw away stuff that's not supposed to be kept. Like say, files from 1999 grunge era and CDs of obsolete camera models and old ad materials. Stuff like that. I was so tired that I decided to skip our team's first bowling practice that night. Yes. Don't laugh! I am part of the friggin' bowling team in our office coz we're like freakin' required to participate in about two sporting events. I enlisted myself under bowling and billiards. Yes, I am a sporty, sporty girl. D'ya smell the burning sarcasm? :P
  • I was still in "purging mode" so I decided it was high time to clean up my room. I cleaned up my room the whole day of Saturday after taking our pitbull for a walk early Saturday morning. Yes, that was my lame attempt at physical activity--walk the pitbull and clean up my room :P I took out like 5 big plastic bags worth of trash. I stumbled upon old letters my college friends and I wrote to each other back in our DLSU days. Holy cow, it was so fun to read 'em all over again. Stupid love problems. Feeling uber-dramatic/tragic with stupid love problems. I had all the letters from Aga, Annray, Rose and She. Even the notes we passed to each other when something about ITY just happened. Cute funny memories :) Oh and our L229 chat/email memories! Ahhh. Oh by the way, I STILL have the stupid love problems. It's a bit different in terms of "tragedy" level and the so-called object of affection-- but nevertheless still sorta sumkinda the same. Dontcha just hate that? :(
  • Have bought Switchfoot's Beautiful Letdown CD. Dare You To Move's noisier version just gets to me. I like 24, Gone, Beautiful Letdown, On Fire... almost all the songs are nice! I love it :) Of course my male boss went "duh" when he asked what I got from Tower Records when he saw the bright yellow plastic bag on my table. Helloooo. He is sooo out of touch with music. I did not bother explaining who Switchfoot was. I just said it's a pop-rock band. He would not understand if I said it was a Christian rock band that got known for their songs in the Walk To Remember soundtrack. It's a waste of laway.
  • Work was called off by Wed afternoon but I had to stay in the office coz my mom was taking the Basic Photography 2-day course in our office. Had to wait up for her. So basically, I did not enjoy the declared half-day off. Fudge. I was sooo annoyed that I was probably pouting like hell on our way out of the office. I was still friggin' annoyed while we were in Glorietta that I decided to grab a copy of the repackaged Maroon5 CD. The one that had the Kanye West remix of This Love. Yeah, a spankin' new CD never fails to cheer me up :) Who cares if I already have the album! I hate it though when recording companies do that evil marketing ploy--repackage albums with extra tracks to lure you into buying them again. Why not include the extra tracks on the initial release?! You're screwed if you got the CD during the early phase of its release. Now I'm selling my old Maroon5 CD... 'posted a notice on Friendster and MySpace already. You'll probably say that I could have gotten the Kanye West version over at Kazaa. Yeah well I tried that but I'm too impatient! I couldn't completely DL it yet. And since Maroon5 is oh-so-worth-it anyway, I blew 475 bucks for it.
  • I will practice bowling with my dad tomorrow at the country club. I'll ask him to teach me so at the very least I would not look stupid on the lanes. I can bear being adorably bowling-impaired but not plain stupid and pathetic. I'd be happy if I don't ever throw a gutter ball. Basta hindi ako ma-canal, I'd be okay with that.
  • Went on super-mega-uber stalker mode on Friendster last night. (Blame this on Abbie :P ) I surfed probably from 12:30am til 2am to figure out who the freakin' hell these three persons were. It's hard to do that when you're quasi-brain dead already and when the persons you are looking for are among the 300+ friends list of two persons. So that's about 600+ names to read. And it doesn't help if the person you're looking for goes by a different name on Friendster. Gaaah. Oh but I succeeded! That's my "investigative online persona". Congratulate me Abbie! ;) Isa lang masasabi ko: "Huh?! Sya na yun?!"
  • I finally finished that book Vic lent me: In The Meantime by Iyanla Vanzant. Nice book! Gave me a different perspective about my so-called personal tragedies. Realizing some things just by reading this book calms be down and somehow gives me some sort of inner peace.
  • I will soon go offline now and enjoy my VL. I'll curl up on my bed and go back to reading By The River Piedra I Sat Down and Wept by Paulo Coelho. I swear, first page pa lang, the poetic way it was written has swept me off my feet. I can't wait to finish it! I just love mush :)
  • Oh , I still have't read much of everyone's blog so sorry if I'm kinda out of touch but I really miss you guys and your posts: Abbie, Mitzi, Tin, Teena, Tere, Mika, June, Lucy, Sybil, Hogi, Mic... Hipstah, Anne, Ida, Arle... etc. I'll read everyone's blog and catch up this weekend... Plus, I must log in to the forum. I haven't been there for a long time too.
  • Waaaaah! I soooooo wanna watch THE NOTEBOOK already!!!! I heard the on-air trailer on RX... ahhh... I think I will cry when I see that movie. I cried when I read the Nicholas Sparks book way back in college. That was the first ever N. Sparks book that I read. After that came Message in a Bottle and Walk To Remember...
  • Can I just say: the She Will Be Loved vid is sooo Stacy's Mom-ish. hehe :P Damn, Adam Levine is a hottie in that vid! His hairline seems to be receding though. Sadness :(
  • I just saw that new Blue vid at one of the show gaps in Star World. I dunno the title. Basta it's this slow song where there's this winter funeral. Like the boyfriend of this woman died and they show his funeral... her missing him, the boys singing in the snow... I loved the shots. 'Makes me wish that if I die, sana I get a winter funeral (as if it snows here! unless, I am some 4-seasons-kind-of-country already by the time I die...). It just looked so poetically beautiful and solemn. Very nice blacks against white. Nice vid...

Okay, I will go back to being a lazy butt for the day and read my Paulo Coelho... then tonight I'm off to Dish...

Monday, August 16, 2004

~* DUH?! (*rolls eyes*) *~

It's been quite a while since I last checked my website's guestbook and below is the latest message I found. Well, it's pretty amusing to say the least... ;)

Tuesday 08/10/2004 9:51:12am
Name: 5ofS
Homepage: http://:)
E-Mail: :(
Referred By: Just Surfed In
City/Country: Cali

Im sorry...your website is very nicely strung together, but dont you think it seems a bit self absorbed? i mean...theres not one picture without you...oh unless you count your sexy guy not sure why you made this site, you must have been bored. im sorry, i just thought i should get this off of my chest, i dont like people who seem full of themselves.

Still, Have a fun time and i hope everything life brings you is well and good.

~5 of spades

Now here's my response:

Monday 08/16/2004 11:38:55pm
Name: Webmistress
Referred By: Just Surfed In
Hi 5 of Spades :)
Thank u for ur honest comment! This happens to be a
PERSONAL HOMEPAGE, ergo, a site about MYSELF. I believe understanding what
category my website belongs to pretty much explains why I am on almost every
page ;)

I am NOT claiming that this website is a celebrity page, a band
page, a quotes page or a poetry page. If you took time to read the index page,
my message there says that this site is about ME AND MY INTERESTS which are
music, men and mush.

Okie dokie? ;)


... 'rolling my eyes now.

Saturday, August 14, 2004


It was Friday Madness over at Magic 89.9 yesterday. I was listening to King DJ Logan and Slick Rick and got so fascinated with their interesting topic. They were recalling stuff from the 80's and 90's like shampoo brands, commercial jingles, hairdo's, etc. Twas sooo fun listening coz I was also remembering the stuff they were talking about. So here are some of the stuff they mentioned and I also added my inputs as well.


Remember that "Gee, Your Hair Smells Terrific" ad? With the cartoon flowers coming out of the shampoo model's hair? How about that Sifone ad with Major Tom Lupton (he was that cutie DJ from NU107)? And that "Body and Shake" (or something...) shampoo and conditioner in one, wherein like the shampoo part is yellow and the conditioner part is green... you can see from the bottle that they're separated and then you'd have to shake it so that the shampoo and conditioner mixes together.

Alice Dixon and her famous "I can feel it!" ad. Was that Palmolive shampoo? And what's that commercial by Timmy Cruz where she goes "I swear! Kumapal ang buhok ko!"


That blue square Neko soap for the face! Ola, ola, ang sabong panlaba something jingle. C.Y. Gabriel Wonder soap that came in this bright pink box. Pink Camay soap. Heno de Pravia. Lifebuoy!


Amazing how Eskinol still exists up til now. And putting Dalacin-C on your regular Eskinol!How about that Chin Chun Su thing that was used for whitening the face. ABBIE, remember our ultimate Chin Chun Su model back in high school? Hahaha!

Sebo de Macho for peklats. It didn't work for me though.

Aquanet that came in those cute pink/blue metal cylinders. Dep gel which came in Strong, Medium and Soft Hold. Finesse spray net. Pagoda cold wave lotion. Agua Oxinada for hair bleaching.

Hazel Bishop make-up. I think the model was one of Gabby Concepcion's post-Sharon girlfriends.

Before we had Karel as a Ponds girl, there used to be a Lyna girl. I can't remember what Lyna was though. A soap or something?


I used to wear Anais-Anais. There's also Angel's Breath. Those Nenuco baby colognes that came in gigantic plastic bottles! Mehn, every teenager in school wore either Nenuco or Angel's Breath (with variations like Angel's Love, Angel's Sigh, etc.)! Colours by Benetton! CK's Eternity with that controversial B&W print ad of a man and women on a swing. I used to steal some Eternity and Anais-Anais from my sister's bottle. Hehehe. I also remember trying those "She" colognes.

Then there's Drakkar for guys. Oh and Aspen. I remember SOMEONE who used to wear Aspen. Ackkk.


Now who could ever forget that jingle that went: "Seiko, seiko wallet... ang wallet na ma-swerte!"


Big hair was in! I learned how to tease my bangs as high as the heavens from my sister who was the Aquanet queen during the late 80's/early 90s. I used to kid her that a fly who accidentally went through her bangs will never be able to come out in that tangle of hard teased hair!

When I was like 7 years old, my mom would bring me to the parlor and then have my hair cut the "apple" way. It was called "Apple Cut" or something. Then when I was in grade 3 or 4, I had the Poodle hairstyle. I had my bangs permed plus the ends of my hair. Very poodle-ish, right?

I also remember having "buntot" on the left and right side of my hair ala Regine Velasquez during her Urong-Sulong days. Randy Santiago's buntot was also emulated by the boys. And do you remember how some kids would draw shades and long hair on Emilio Aguinaldo on those green 5-pesos bills? :P

Ooh, ooh! And I also remember having spiked bangs in elementary! *Ewwww*

When Ghost came out, all the girls cut their hairs ala Demi Moore.


I remember those bendable foamy wirey things that was used for pony tails. And those comb-looking banana-shaped clamps. And those comb-looking banana-shaped clamps. Oh and those scoongies/scrunchies? I used to make scoongies for myself. Foamed fabric hairbands. I also made some for myself too.

Plastic bracelets and earrings like the ones available nowadays. Net socks in bright colors. Neon colored-clothes. Those Garfield bow-biters for the sneakers'laces.

Zashikibuta mint green tin cans from Gift Gate. I used to have one of those small tin cans which was used as a wallet when I was about grade 5.


Those Giordano Classics soft t-shirts! I still have mine. I use them as pambahay now. I have Giordano Classics in blue-green, maroon, grey, navy blue, olive green...

Esprit and Benetton. Seventeen and KAI by Rusty Lopez which one can buy from Cinderella.

Square pants back in high school. The wider and more billowy, the better. Cullottes (how do you spell it anyway?). Checkered pants in college.


I'm sure everybody had owned a pair of Greg shoes back in elementary/high school. I also vividly remember owning a pair of those soft comfy black Kung Fu shoes. I think my parents kepr buying me one everytime I outgrew my old pair.

Dunlop or Barbie rubbershoes for PE. Also Reebok. Tretorn and those nice fabric swoosh-looking marks. White K-Swiss shoes. I remember knowing how to spot fake Tretorns and K-Swiss'es.

Espadrilles!!! I used to own like 2 pairs of espadrilles from Bench. One in khaki and the other in royal blue.


Do you remember how Regine Velasquez looked like when she broke out on the GMA Supershow with Urong Sulong. ("Urong-sulong ka, bakit ka ganyan?..." Holy crap, I can't believe I still recall the lyrics!) How about Dingdong Avanzado's "Tatlong bente-singko lang ang aking kailangan, upang makausap ka kahit sandali lang" And Randy Santiago's "Ba-babaero, ba-babaero, ba-babaero daw ako..."

And that Caronia nail polish jingle: "Ca-ro-niaaah, Caroniaaa..."
Ooh, here's a good one: "YC bikini briefs... YC bikini briefs..."
And "Sheeeboom, sheebooom, yadadadadada, sheeboom, sheeboom." Who's that girl again?
Ida Raymundo on San Miguel Beer's Sabado Nights ad.

Back in grade 6 and until, I dug heavy metal music like Metallica, Pantera, Megadeath... Then I loved Guns N' Roses. I was sooo obsessed with the Use Your Illusion album flap and all that hullaballoo about the cool illusions that you can find on the drawings on the album cove just by putting a mirror against it. That was utter coolness. You'll see images of demons, people ermm humping each other... evil stuff like that which is pretty much associated with rock music. I remember mastering how to draw Slash with his uber-curly long hair, tall black hat with silver round metal decors and the trademark lit cigarette.

The debut of Nirvana and Pearl Jam. Seattle-grunge was born. Kurt Cobain's suicide. I remember signing "So til Kurt reincarnates..." at the end of every letter I wrote to my friends back in high school.

Stone Temple Pilots! I remember, the very first song that my highschool all-girl rock band performed was "Creep" by Stone Temple Pilots. Then during the Battle of the Bands, we sang "Wag Kang Baboy" by Tribal Fish and another Tribal Fish song which I can no longer remember. During those days, the local underground band scene was booming. Aside from Tribal Fish, there were The Youth (these guys rooocked!), Yano, Backdraft, Mariya's Mistress, Cookie Chua and her band... And then came the now-legends Eraserheads with their UltraElectroMagneticPop album. Rivermaya -- with Bamboo (still with shampoo ad-worthy hair) and Rico still fighting -- was competing with Eraserheads at that time.


Ahhh. Julie Vega and the creepy way she died. Those soaps: Flor de Luna. Yagit (I think this was with Romnick Sarmienta), Mara Clara when Judy Ann Santos was still a kid. Harlene Bautista. Casey something. Lotlot and friends. Alma Moreno and her tanga on Loveliness. Before we had Star in a Million, there was Ang Bagong Kampeon. Kwarta o Kahon with Pepe Pimentel.

And of course, German Moreno's That's Entertainment. What's with the Thursday group anyway? Manilyn Reynes and Janno Gibbs, Kristina Paner, Sheryl Cruz. Dennis Sevilla. Kenneth Peralta. Jojo something whom I remember singing "...when you left me at the boulevaaaard...". Bagets!

Later on, TGIS with Bobby Andrews and Angelu de Leon, Kim Delos Santos and Dino the superkaduper hairy dude that his chest looks like a carpet. Gimik with Mylene Dizon, Diether Ocampo, Rico Yan, Marvin Agustin, G Toengi...

Marimar and Sergio (?) and her dog. After Marimar, there was another Thalia Spanish soap.... I forget what it was though...


Ahhh. That was such a trip. Twas so aliw goin' old skool. ;)

Wednesday, August 11, 2004

~* NOW PLAYING: Dare You To Move by Switchfoot *~

I was choosing between Switchfoot's Dare You to Move and Story of the Year's Anthem of Our Dying Days for my blog's new background music. But then, I thought "Anthem..." might be too rockishly noisy for some people. Oh but that song is sooo nice. Anyway, I am "re-appreciating" Switchfoot from my Walk to Remember soundtrack days. They came out with a new, rockier version of Dare You To Move. I've been hearing it a lot over Monster Radio and I've seen the vid at MTV. Anyway, the version you're hearing here is the quieter one from the Mandy Moore-Shane West movie OST...

Hmmm. Parang I wanna get the Switchfoot album... I have been reading superb reviews all over the net...

Welcome to the planet
Welcome to existence
Everyone's here
Everyone's here
Everybody's watching you now
Everybody waits for you now
What happens next?
What happens next?

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself up off the floor
I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened before

Welcome to the fallout
Welcome to resistance
The tension is here
The tension is here
Between who you are and who you could be
Between how it is and how it should be

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself up off the floor
I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened

Maybe redemption has stories to tell
Maybe forgiveness is right where you fell
Where can you run to escape from yourself?
Where you gonna go?
Where you gonna go?
Salvation is here

I dare you to move
I dare you to move
I dare you to lift yourself
Lift yourself up off the floor
I dare you to move
I dare you to move
Like today never happened
Today never happened
Today never happened
Today never happened before.

~ from The Beautiful Letdown album


Hmpffft. I HAVE TO exercise, I guess, considering that I am not getting any younger. Ackkk. I asked my officemate about gym memberships and stuff. I think I'll just waste my money if I get a gym membership. Number 1, I hate the treadmills and stuff that I do not even want to come near 'em. We have a treadmill and a stationary bike which my dad uses here at home but I wouldn't ever, for the life of me, try those out. Number 2, I would only have time to go to the gym on weekends since I'd be too tired if I went to the gym after work. Number 3, I live in San Pedro Laguna and the nearest gym I can think of is the Slimmers World and Fitness First in Alabang. Hmm. Now that would be nakakatamad to go to. Number 4, I am only interested in taking like the hiphop dance class that my officemate takes in Fitness First or maybe pilates. It would be such a waste if I don't maximize my membership by using all the gym's facilities and availing of all those stuff they offer. The only thing that would probably change my mind was if ____ was my gym mate. HAH! :P

I feel that my body might get "shocked" with the sudden change from an ultra-sedentary lifestyle to an active one... So my plan is to take pilates first and then when my body gets used to moving about, I'll take a dance class. My officemate mentioned this place called "Steps" in Pasong Tamo extension... it's a dance studio something-something... 'Might check that out when I have the time.

Sooo... Basically, I am looking for a place which offers pilates classes. Some place where I don't have to pay like an entire year's membership like the usual gym. Maybe there's a place out there wherein I can pay like per class or somethin'? And also, like a place which offers dance classes? Hogi suggested Trumpets Playshop's Streetdancing but I'm afraid it's too "competitive" and not really fun as in F-U-N, like, I won't need to be pressured about excelling and be worried about having skills in Beyonce-ish proportions. Hehe.

So if anyone out there knows such places, please leave me a note here. Thanks!

Sunday, August 08, 2004


Went to an orthopedic doctor yesterday coz in our company's latest med exam, my x-ray result's comment read: "mild dextroscoliosis". It meant that my right shoulder was higher than my left one due to the curvature on my spine. Phooey. I figured it was due to my eternal vegetation in front of my PC whether in the office or at home.

So anyway... went to see Dr. Gomez at the Phil. Orthopedic Institute (or something...) at Makati. He asked me to bend and then he examined my spine plus looked at my x-ray. He said I was perfectly OK. I did not have scolio, not even a mild case at that! He said it was just a badly taken x-ray (Arghh... those stupid Medicard physical exams!). He was probably reading my profile when he asked me if I exercised coz under "Sports", I wrote "none". I said I don't exercise at all. I never tried it. I don't go to the gym. I don't play any sport. He suggested badminton. Gaah. I SAID, I DIDN'T PLAY ANY SPORT. INTIENDES? Funny how he said "Well, I'm sorry, I cannot help you..." like he did not know what to say to me anymore. I described what my typical day was: on the computer at the office, on the computer at home, surfing, lying down while watching TV, reading. Yeah, I am pretty much the poster girl for sedentary lifestyle. I am just sooo tamad, I swear. I hate exercising. I reason out that I do not want to tire myself. I abhor the gym. I have never set foot on a gym(well except for La Salle's gym during P.E. in college...) Out of desperation, he said, "Move! Stretch! Do something that you enjoy! Anything! Just move!" Hmm. I said, I might consider that hiphop dance class that Vic is taking in Fitness First or somewhere else... He said: "Anything! Just move!" Hahaha. I have never heard someone emphasize on something as much as he did. :P

So there. I have to move my lazy butt and do some exercise whatever thingiemajig. He said to do something that I will enjoy... Does walking for hours inside the mall count? I think reggae-dancing in Xaymaca sure counts but then again, being exposed to all that helluva smoke (or I suspect, weed?...) is not at all healthy. Hmpfff. Will probably ask Vic about that hiphop dance class. I just don't want to do like the treadmills and gym balls and whatchamacallits in the gym... I sooo hate that kind of fitness crap. I would rather dance. Argghhh. Suggestions, anyone?

Sunday, August 01, 2004


'Went to Baga (as in Bagaberde in ermm, Pasig? Was that Pasig? Hay, I am sooo not a Manila girl...) last Friday to watch, gaah, (who else? haha!) the 'fellas. It was Tere's birthday so it was extra-special :) (Sadness, Pau was not there...)

Met up with Teena, June and Sybil at Shangri La Plaza Mall; dropped by Teena's house and finally met Cuervo, her absolutely cute (but scarily big!)dog; Proceeded to Baga and met Mika there. Jane and her friends were also there. Birthday girl Tere came with her glam posse ('finally met Mina a.k.a cascadeberry in person. Wow, that gal can sing!).

Pictures, pictures...


We had our Breakfast Meeting in the office last week. Its a venue wherein business units present updates and stuff about them like if we're meeting our targets, implemented marketing events, future plans and stuff like that. The theme was superheroes so those who presented donned superhero costumes. Usually, the business unit managers are the ones who are supposed to present. But in our BU's case, my boss decided that Vic, Bianx and me do the presentation as it was sooo apt for us to finally turn ourselves literally to the Powerpuff Girls. So there, us Entertainment Imaging (EI) girls came as the Powerpuff Girls: Bianx as Blossom, Vic as Bubbles and me as Buttercup *yebbah!*. Bianx borrowed the costumes from her friends who were pre-school teachers or sumthin' who used the costumes in one of the school's parties.

Hermmm. Sayang, hindi kita our oh-so-cutesy maryjanes in the picture...

Yebbah! I was sooo happy to be Buttercup coz she's my fave cartoon character. I said it was easy to be her: I'll just make simangot (which I can oh-so-naturally do since I look sungit even if I don't mean to) and voila! I'm Buttercup! :P There! One of my dreams came true! I sooo wanted to like wear a Buttercup costume to a Halloween/Christmas/whatever costume party or sumthin' coz I think Buttercup soooo kicks major ass! Such a cool chick! And I have this thing for sungit cartoon characters... I like Oscar the Grouch too ;) Hmm. 'Makes me sad that we had to return the costumes. I sooo wanted to keep mine ;)

Man, I am such a kid!:) Gaah. I am twenty six for pete's sake!:P