Work-related eCards

I am a big fan of sarcasm, especially those stemming from a good episode of FRIENDS.

Okay so that wasn’t sarcasm, but it was still funny!  This is sarcasm.


I had a really long morning because my fever was running a little too high.  After getting my medication at the hospital, I decided to look for ecards to make me happy.  Since I feel crappy and all.

And yes, they are all work-related.  HAHAHAHA.


Oh the Philippines survives because of the overtaxed underpaid middle class worker.

I know you can relate.  Feel free to ROFLMAO.



Why People Stared at Me For An Entire Hour at Coffee Bean

I chanced upon this video last night, right before I went to bed.  When I saw the length of the clip, I knew right away that this won’t work for late night viewing.  I have to be wide awake, comfortable and sitting down when I watch it.

Then I made the decision to watch it at Coffee Bean in A. Venue Mall, Makati.  My GOD.  I couldn’t help myself.  I was laughing out loud, snorting, and slapping my thighs.

I remember the people comparing How I Met Your Mother to FRIENDS.  I mean, seriously guys!?  I don’t get it coz the former pales in comparison!!!  My GOD.  I was just laughing my ass off and people started looking and I couldn’t even breathe to explain why.

It’s the ten-year gag reel of the best TV show ever.  So if you’re planning on clicking ‘Play’, make sure you’re seated and have not eaten in the last five minutes.  I watched this while eating Greek salad.  Laptop screen = feta everywhere.

Prepare for the best hour spent online! :)


Daniel Radcliffe sings The Elements

Daniel Radcliffe managed to sing his idol’s The Elements song, a song about (I’m sure you’ve guessed by now) the periodic table of elements.

I wonder if anyone can follow this and do a checklist or something. :)

He’s so adorable!  I wonder when will I ever be able to see him beyond Harry Potter.  He has a film coming up, The Woman in Black.  Dylan and I are not really fans of horror films, but maybe we can make an exception?  What do you think beb?  Hehehe.


By Les Lasaca

It was a good day after all.

So the past few days, I’ve been complaining a lot about being sick.  It was actually the second worst new year’s welcome that I had (the worst was when a firecracker hit my leg, leaving a scar forever in my life).  Coughing and sniffling and wheezing and then nauseous, it wasn’t a party.

Imagine how much worse I felt when I still didn’t have a planner for the year!  It’s not that I’m an organized person; I just included being organized on my resolutions and then the one thing to aid me in doing so is nonexistent!  I went and called practically all bookstores in the area just to get my much wanted Moleskine Weekly Planner with a horizontal layout.  Nada.

My heart was breaking.  In my head, I just might feel better if I went to church.  So I did.  Right after the service, I walked to Powerplant Mall to cool down and look around (everything was on sale).  I went to National Bookstore, approached the Moleskine rack and voila.

As if I were so lucky, this one was right in the middle of the display rack.  I didn’t even think about it.  If there weren’t so many people in the store, I would have done a happy dance.  I marched up the cashier and rang the bell for some fantastic customer service.  Also, because of some promo, I also got to take home a small storage box.  How about that!? :)

I thought it was best to celebrate it with a meal of my choice, so I went up one floor, and my favorite coffee spot was there, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf.  I ordered comfort food right away.

I can’t help it; I looooove their Greek Salad.  I honestly believe their serving sizes went waaaay up since last year.  It wasn’t always filled to the brim, but since around May 2010, there seems to be more of everything!  I love it.  And I paired it with my favorite brewed tea of theirs, Southern Blend Iced Tea.

After fifteen minutes, my plate looked like this.

PG na PG ang peg!  Hahahaha.  I love their stuff, I’m not kidding at all!

Anyway, Ted was quick to pick me up, and we got to talking about Daniel, our youngest brother.  Right now, since he’s almost like a freelancer, he has no jobs lined up yet, so I gave him a challenge last night.  If he can clean my room — closets, shoes and books included — I will give him PhP1,000.  We were just talking about it, and according to Ted, Daniel was thinking about doing it.

Now I don’t mind paying him for that kind of service.  My room… leaves a lot to be desired.  It used to have a big floor, but when Chuchi visited last week, there was a good enough space for her to talk five steps forward and backward, side to side.  Hahahaha.

When we got home, I saw this on my door.

And when I opened it, I saw what I have not seen for the past 6 months (not a joke or an exaggeration):  THE FLOOR.

I never really thought I had that much space!  I couldn’t really get a good shot without everyone in it, because they were just all so excited to see that I have a clean room!  My brother was not even shy to show his exhaustion in cleaning it up.  And also, he arranged most of my shoes on the new shoe rack.  He obviously crammed it — and I later on rearranged it to my liking — but what the heck.  It looks great!

Then there’s a ribbon on my closet door.  I untied it and it showed this.

I know it doesn’t seem too organized from the photo but he recognized my system.  I put the clothes I most recently wore at the extreme right, and the ones folded underneath them are the clothes that I barely wear.

I pulled out my lingerie drawer and even that is neatly arranged in rows!  Hahahaha.  I believe I have forever scarred my brother by making him fix my knickers. :)

All this for a price of PhP1,000.  I added PhP200 more for tip, because you can LITERALLY eat off the floor.  Sobrang linis, nakakaloka.

First thing I did?  Curled up in my bed and took out this book, in hopes of it lulling me to sleep.

Of course that failed and I ended up reading about 45 pages of it, but then again, it was a good way to turn the day around.  So filled with surprises.

I could get used to this. :)

This was supposed to be posted last night, but PLDT once again failed to provide the Internet connection that comes with a PhP2,000 monthly bill.  WHAT THE FUCK PLDT?!  Globe, Sun, and Sky Broadband, please do something to improve your coverage in Las Pinas City.  There is more than one household itching to transfer service providers.  Thank you very much. 

Never Disturb Your Brother

Of course, it’s funny.  This reminded me of the squabbles my brothers and I had when we were younger, though I highly doubt if we can ever inflict such physical pain.

I think the most we did in an attempt to hurt each other is play Alaxan Gladiators, an old game segment in Eat Bulaga where two men are given challenges per round in an attempt that one will emerge stronger than the other.  We stopped playing that when I hit Ted too hard and he flew off the wheeled ottoman and hit his head on the stairs.  He got three or four stitches I think?  Hahahahaha.  Violent, I know.  I think that’s one of the main reasons why we get along well now.

Anyway, here’s another reason why you should be nicer to this generation’s brother.  You will never know what they will use as a weapon.

Thanks to Apoc for sharing this link on Facebook.  :)  Have fun laughing your ass off!