Martes, Agosto 19, 2014

the husband store

i came across this article i saved years ago. eons ago. but when i read it again it still appealed to me & i still find it funny. if i'm not mistaken i got this from Friendster (uso pa that time, lol). and i thought of just sharing this..

A store that sells husbands has just opened in New York City where a woman may go to choose a husband. Among the instructions at the entrance is a description of how the store operates. You may visit the store ONLY ONCE !

There are six floors and the attributes of the men increase as the shopper ascends the flights. There is, however, a catch — you may choose any man from a particular floor, or you may choose to go up a floor, but you cannot go back down except to exit the building! So, a woman goes to the Husband Store to find a husband . On the first floor the sign on the door reads:

Floor 1 - These men have jobs and love the Lord. The second floor sign reads:

Floor 2 - These men have jobs, love the Lord, and love kids. The third floor sign reads:

Floor 3 - These men have jobs, love the Lord, love kids, and are
extremely good looking. 'Wow,' she thinks, but feels compelled to keep going. She goes to the fourth floor and sign reads:

Floor  4 - These men have jobs, love the Lord, love kids, are drop-dead good looking and help with the housework. 'Oh, mercy me!' she exclaims, 'I can hardly stand it!' Still, she goes to the fifth floor and sign reads:

Floor 5 -These men have jobs, love the Lord, love kids, are drop-dead gorgeous, help with the housework, and have a strong romantic streak. She is so tempted to stay, but she goes to the sixth floor and the sign reads:

Floor  6 - You are visitor 4,363,012 to this floor. There are no men on this floor. This floor exists solely as proof that women are impossible to please. Thank you for shopping at the Husband Store. Watch your step as you exit the building, and have a nice day!

Please send this to all men for a good laugh and to all the women who can handle the truth!

Biyernes, Agosto 15, 2014

dear universe,

alam niyo pong weakness ko ang mga tulad nila

wag niyo po sana akong pabayaang madala 

at malapit sa tukso,

para di po ako magkasala.

pero wag niyo naman po akong masayasdong ilayo, universe

mas maganda rin namang sila..

ay paminsan-minsang masulyapan man lang

parang ngayon, ako ay natulala

...sabik sa mga nakita.


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Biyernes, Agosto 08, 2014

a look back at the conversations i had: "I'm gay. I'm late."

as usual, i came late on my prior arrangement with Yeula. i’m not so guilty about it though, that time i was only about half an hour tardy, not bad compared to my usual 2hrs rescheduled arrival time. she should be thankful. and oh well, she's there!
“inusara dai?”
“. . . .  . . .”
“minghuy kayo imong nawong, naunsa ka? nag-away na pud mo? bag-o pa gali mo nagsugod..”
“*she just stared at me*”
“hoooyyy tubaaag”
“nagbulag na mi. . .”
“nagbulag. so? what are you moping at”
“. . . .samok kay ka”
“he's getting fat. you’re not in-love with that guy, you’re just inFATuated”
“buang! *laughs* kalay-kalay ay”
“see? bya-i na nah uy…get over it. not worth for your brooding.”
“. . . .found out naa xa ka live-in. 3yrs old na ilang anak. ang gi-atay”
“why are all the good guys taken? or married?”
“good? xa?”
“…kung dili taken or minyo, bayut”
“yawa ka..”
“*burst into laughter* …samok kay ka”
“pagtarung hab”
“*laughs* dili ikaw uy, kalay”
“dugo nang baba mo ron”
“. . . .samok kay ka”
“move-on na ta dai”
“hahaay…sakit kaayo mailad yotch. panlibre na lang beh…”
“yati ka. pakshett.”

Martes, Agosto 05, 2014

a look back at the conversations i had: "He's gay. Implied."

i was making chika with Reese (lami na kaau among tabi) when all of a sudden Alfroy came right to us & started asking questions. as conservative & religious budds that we are (errr!), we came to a very interested topic - sex & sexual preferences. for the record, before giduol si Alfroy, binayot na among topic ni Reese. Reese by the way is a self-confessed lesbian, our fathers were bakadas so close mi. medyo nashock kay ko (MEDYO lang ha kay i always had suspicions with Alfroy since college) kay he came to asking stuffs about bisexuality. oh di ba dili xa halata?
NOTE: Alfroy was a classmate in college who used to imply his homophobia. i remembered him say, and this line from him i can never forget “maayo na lang noh walay bayot sa atong batch” medyo napatulon kog  hangin pag-ingon niya adto, pero naghilum lang ko, minaw-minaw lang sa mga gipanurya niya. he doesn’t knew everyone thinks he's gay. we thought he is displaying all the attributes of being one. a closeted self-loathing homo. btw, kabalo na si Al nga bayot ko. he once asked me eh, ako naman honest. nung sinabi ko tumawa lang xa, as if dati pa niyang alam kasi malakas din ang gaydar niya. bakla.
going back, dili kaayo gapa-obvious si ate, gina-third person niya. so i retorted "i don't really believe in bisexuality!." yup inglis jud mga yotch, inglisera bya ning bayuta! dili jud bya ko 100% gatuo ug bisexuality ever since. for me  those “bisexuals” kuno are either straight trippers or just plain homos still confused with their identity and playing it all safe to avoid being called out.
i can't totally recall the exact words, but our convo went like this —
me: you know Al, i don't really believe in bisexuality! *still curious how he ever came to the idea*
Alfroy: what if lugar ben, how do you call someone who can do both a man and a woman? i mean, dili kaayo issue sa iya ang gender unsa lugar tawag ana? di ba bisexual man na..
me: you know, we all have "bisexual" tendensies. but the question is, to which gender you are more attracted to? *lami kaayo diretsuon ug—so, are you gay like me?* lol
Alfroy: *thinks* . . . . .
Reese: lagi ging, unsa lugar tawag ana? tinuod man na uy, naa man jud ana nga tao..pero si jess (her gf) kay dili gyud xa ganahan ug laki
me: naa man gyud, but im not quite sure how to label them. kay mostly sa akong kabal-an, either straight trippers o gay ra gihapon na sila nga wala pa kadawat sa ilang identity…maybe because they thought nga being gay has a negative connotation. still on the process of searching ba..*grins towards Al*
Alfroy: pero kintahay ibutang nato equal iyang attraction to both..
me: pero how about his emotions? does it follow nga pareho jud iyang ma-feel nga love to both?
Reese: lagi noh, kung asa ka mas ma-inlove
me: straight people do get curious, but at the end of the day they still are straight. people who aren't settled yet with their identity, they tend to ‘swing’  to either side, or at least claim they're bi
he was about to ask another question ug sa dihang giduol among duha pa ka (straight) nga kauban (Jomph & Proll). wrong timing, panira talaga ng moment ang dalawa! hmphf!
*napatahimik kaming tatlo*
pagkataud taud nag hinung-hunga dayon mi mi Reese
me: sus, sayang kaayo ging. samok jud ni silang Proll ug Jomph niduol pa gyud..mutug-an na unta toh si ateh!
elaine: *laughs*

* * *
if he continues to claim he's straight, or at least imply that he is, isn't it odd how he knew such things as tops and bottoms when he mentioned these during our conversation?. i leave you to thinking. _(--,

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Biyernes, Agosto 01, 2014

i like girls

i like girls but i can never date them, they are not the ones i can romantically involve myself with.
i like girls because i can relate to them in many ways. we share with no restrictions personal stories on a common ground, things i cannot normally share with a fellow guy. i like girls because they are neat and sensitive and emotional, as i am. we belong to the same affinity where we chuckle over men, guys, or boys that we find interesting and can definitely tell the differences between the three. i can never date them.

i like girls. i like girls but they are not the ones i can romantically involve myself with.
to say that i was comfortable being with them ever since is prejudgment. i have worked my way of becoming someone a girl can be at ease with: i can hold their hand without malice, engage in frail exchanges without having to risk imposition, or pretending. in some ways connecting to them may be easy, at least for me, but being one by heart they are not the ones i can romantically involve myself with.

i like girls because they’re generous, they give things you never have thought spending yourself with, without expecting back. they can’t let that moment pass knowing it will make you smile.

i like girls. i like girls because unlike men they are not cynical. i adored their nurturing disposition towards any thing. they appeal to and express tender feelings opposite to the masculine culture. it may or may not always hold truth but women are more open, non-judgmental, often amicable and receptive to differences and welcoming towards diversity or way of life in general. 
but then, i can never date them..

i like girls because they sing gentle songs baring their feelings unguarded, vulnerable, even disclosing some details of their lives that made them susceptible to fear, heartbreak, and even pain. they cry and never become ashamed of doing so. they are willing to lay open their defenses once have given their trust, which is as comforting as refuge  ̶ or home. and when they love they do passionately like there is no tomorrow. but, at the end of it they are not the ones i can romantically involve myself with.

you will remember the time she waited for hours on your date because you said you will meet her there. and you never realized how sad and painful and disappointing it was to her you breaking such promise. and you never saw her tears because you never came. yet, instead of getting annoyed she loved you even more when she understands, or tried to understand. truth is you can’t be with her anymore and have come to a realization that it’s not her you can romantically involve yourself with…

i like girls but i can never date them, they are not the ones i will romantically involve myself with.