Sunday, February 22, 2009

One of the Best/Most Sensible Surveys Ever Made

Not your normal questions. Believe me.

1 . What is more difficult: looking into someones eyes when telling how you feel, or looking into someones eyes when they tell you how they feel?

- I guess that the first one is. I can't get to control my emotions, be it happy, glad, sorrowful, or whatever. I react right away when people react. I usually even precede their actions and misunderstand them. Hahaha. Sometimes, pag natawa na'ko bago ka pa magsalita (not that you're funny or anything, but maybe I'm delighted or some sort), it's just a typical example of that happening.

2. Think of the last time you were angry. Why were you angry?

- Pride. Dahil sa pride ko, I guess.

3. You will die in three minutes. Last call and what will be your msg to him/her?

- I don't know. Family? Or, better yet, God whom I can wish to to give them my message?

4. If you could do anything OR wish

- I don't wish for anything (at parang hindi ko yata naintindihan itong item na 'to?)

5. You can have only one of the following two things: trust or love

- Love na lang. Truth can be bent kasi, and trust is fading. ;)

6. Would you or have you ever blackmailed someone?

- Yata? Haha. Not a big deal.

7. Who is the last person you've thought?

- Uhh, si ano. Wag na lang. Hindi naman nagbabasa ng mga ganito 'yun.

8. Are you the kind of friend that you would want to have as a friend?

- Yes. I'd perfectly undersand myself, and I'll get a backup when I need to rest. ;)

9. Would you sleep with someone if u had the chance?

- Yes? If I had the "chance" nga eh, right? Wasn't it that I liked for the opportunitiy to happen? Or did I assume? Did I get the question right anyway? :))

10. Are you old fashioned?

- I am a mix of liberalism/modernism and conservatism. And it's a good combination.

11. What would be harder for you, to tell someone you love them or that you do not love them back?

- The latter. Mahirap mag-paasa and walang mabigay-back ng love to somebody who gives it to you. It's really difficult to hurt others too, lalo na. Hirap. It makes you feel trapped. ;)

12. What would be the hardest thing for you to give up?

- Reservations.

13. Romantic love, when was the last time you told someone you loved them?

- Uhh, romantic love, nah-uh. Familial and friendly. ;)

14. Imagine. It is a dark night, you are alone, it is raining outside, you hear someone walking around outside your window. WHO do you wish was there with you?

- Family.

15. Would you give a homeless person CPR?

- CPR? Homeless? Connection? I'm lost! :O

16. You are holding onto your grandmother.

- Then what? Well, if I was holding to her, I'll hold her gently and I'll protect her. I'll thank God for her. :)

IF YOU HAVE 3 MONTHS TO LIVE:

17. Are you going to tell everyone that you're going to die?

- Sure. They love me too and I don't want to hurt them more.

18. What do you do with your remaining days?

- Show love. :)

19. Would you be afraid?

- I normally would, but I won't. :)

20. Whose life are you willing to sacrifice in order to live?

- Nothing. Do I have that right to choose another's life to sacrifice? Well, at least Somebody died for me... :)

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Dad at 13: A Lesson About Over-Sexualisation.

Baby-faced Alfie, who is 13 but looks more like eight, became a father four days ago when his girlfriend Chantelle Steadman gave birth to 7lb 3oz Maisie Roxanne.

He told how he and Chantelle, 15, decided against an abortion after discovering she was pregnant.

The shy lad, whose voice has not yet broken, said: “I thought it would be good to have a baby.

“I didn’t think about how we would afford it. I don’t really get pocket money. My dad sometimes gives me £10.”

Alfie, who is just 4ft tall, added: “When my mum found out, I thought I was going to get in trouble. We wanted to have the baby but were worried how people would react.

“I didn’t know what it would be like to be a dad. I will be good, though, and care for it.”

Alfie’s dad Dennis told how the lad does not really understand the enormity of his situation — but seemed desperate to be a devoted and responsible father.

Secret

He wanted to be the first to hold Maisie after the hospital birth. He tenderly kisses the baby and gives her a bottle.

And Dennis, 45, said: “He could have shrugged his shoulders and sat at home on his Playstation. But he has been at the hospital every day.”

Maisie was conceived after Chantelle and Alfie — just 12 at the time — had a single night of unprotected sex.

They found out about the baby when Chantelle was 12 weeks pregnant.

But they kept it a secret until six weeks later when Chantelle’s mum Penny, 38, became suspicious about her weight gain and confronted her.


After that Alfie’s family told only those closest to them for fear he would be “demonised” at school.

Chantelle gave birth to Maisie on Monday night after a five-hour labour at Eastbourne Hospital, East Sussex.

Last night she told The Sun: “I’m tired after the birth. I was nervous after going into labour but otherwise I was quite excited.”

Chantelle told how she discovered she was expecting after going to her GP with “really bad” stomach pains. She said: “Me and Alfie went. The doctor asked me whether we had sex. I said yes and he said I should do a pregnancy test. He did the test and said I was pregnant. I started crying and didn’t know what to do.

“He said I should tell my mum but I was too scared.

“We didn’t think we would need help from our parents. You don’t really think about that when you find out you are pregnant. You just think your parents will kill you.”

But Penny figured out what was going on after buying Chantelle a T-shirt which revealed her swelling tum.

Chantelle admitted she and Alfie — who are both being supported by their parents — would be accused of being grossly irresponsible. She said: “We know we made a mistake but I wouldn’t change it now. We will be good loving parents.

“I have started a church course and I am going to do work experience helping other young mums.

“I’ll be a great mum and Alfie will be a great dad.”

Chantelle and Maisie were released from hospital yesterday. They are living with Penny, Chantelle’s jobless dad Steve, 43, and her five brothers in a rented council house in Eastbourne. The family live on benefits. Alfie, who lives on an estate across town with mum Nicola, 43, spends most of his time at the Steadmans’ house.

He is allowed to stay overnight and even has a school uniform there so he can go straight to his classes in the morning.

Alfie’s dad, who is separated from Nicola, believes the lad is scared deep down.

He said: “Everyone is telling him things and it’s going round in his head. It hasn’t really dawned on him. He hasn’t got a clue of what the baby means and can’t explain how he feels. All he knows is mum and dad will help.

“When you mention money his eyes look away. And she is reliant on her mum and dad. It’s crazy. They have no idea what lies ahead.”

Dennis, who works for a vehicle recovery firm, described Alfie as “a typical 13-year-old boy”.

He said: “He loves computer games, boxing and Manchester United.” Dennis, who has fathered nine kids, told how he was “gobsmacked” when he discovered Alfie was to be a dad, too.

He said: “When I spoke to him he started crying. He said it was the first time he’d had sex, that he didn’t know what he was doing and of the complications that could come.

“I will talk to him again and it will be the birds and the bees talk. Some may say it’s too late but he needs to understand so there is not another baby.”


Lovely

Chantelle’s mum said: “I told her it was lovely to have the baby but I wish it was in different circumstances. We have five children already so it’s a big financial responsibility. But we are a family and will pull together and get through.

“She’s my daughter. I love her and she will want for nothing.”

Last night Michaela Aston, of the anti-abortion Christian charity LIFE, said: “We commend these teenagers for their courage in bringing their child into the world.

“At the same time this is symptomatic of the over-sexualisation of our youngsters and shows the policy of value-free sex education just isn’t working.”

Today Sussex Police and the local council's children services said they have investigated the case and pledged continued support for the young parents.

Britain’s youngest known father is Sean Stewart. He became a dad at 12 when the girl next door, 15-year-old Emma Webster, gave birth in Sharnbrook, Bedford, in 1998. They split six months later.

Monday, February 9, 2009

Social Interaction: Cyberspace vs. Face-to-face


PLEASE DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. PLEASE QUOTE PROPERLY.

Primer: this is a paper that I made for one of my courses this term. I made this one today. I just liked it that's why I wanted to share it. :)

I. Are there important differences between social interactions in cyberspace compared with face-to-face meetings?

Face-to-face Social Interaction
Social Interaction in face-to-face meetings are more genuine. What you see is almost exactly what you get (if not for some wrong presumptions about other people). Aside from that, personal meetings allow people to interact verbally, or physically. It is stated by Hunter that physical interaction stimulates the body and the mind, making it a healthy activity. It provides biological and psychological stimulation which results to actions that are beneficial to the whole community and it also "encourages a more socially oriented populace".

Cyberspace Social Interaction
As compared to face-to-face interaction, in online communication, people can hide their real identities which gives rise to security and trust issues. Internet communication "cannot protect people from deceit" as people have the luxury of anonymity. Online communities do not require physical stimulation aside from typing and reading (if there are any stimulation present at all). It promotes a limited and uncertain world or community.

II. What are the advantages and disadvantages of online interaction compared with meeting people face to face?

Advantages
First of all, online interaction allows more freedom. It supports and gives birth to modern philosophies that emphasizes neutrality and subjectivity of the being of the soul. It 'disgenders' gender and it allows the focus on individual's choices. Meeting people face to face, however, creates bounds and standards. It also significantly requires more effort to project a social particular image. People may accept or reject you, and the effects are big to the individuals.

Secondly, it broadens communication means. It allows easier, cheaper, maintainable, and varied connections to other people. It allows increased connection between individuals. Geographical boundaries are being surpassed and defeated by online communication where race, gender, and other different factors matter a little lesser. Face-to-face interactions, on the other hand, are difficult to maintain, and at times, are costly. Geographical boundaries can limit this type of communication. It presents more challenges to keep.

Third, Net-based communication provides strong supplemental support to other forms of communication. It also provides more digitally interactive means. it allows easier and more convenient forms of online collaboration even with the presence of the bounds of proximity. Conferences, and other forms of communication can be done online. In contrast, face-to-face interaction requires raw forms of communication.

Fourth, it allows different disabled groups to interact with others. Online communication can be a form of a specialized tool of communication meant to be beneficial for specific special groups. In contrast, face-to-face interaction presents various limitations between different specialized groups and other "normal" communities. Rejection of these specialized, among others, are big problems in the personal, face-to-face interaction.

Last among others, but not the least, online communities encourage socially beneficial behaviour. It allows ease of entry and to different sorts of communities. If an individual wants to enter a particular community, he/she can do it with ease. If one feels uncomfortable in a particular community, one can easily dismiss himself/herself from it, unlike face-to-face interaction which extremely affects a person both in entry and rejection in and of a particular community.

Disadvantages
Online interaction is a very great venue for deceitful identity playing and abusing aother people's trust. It obviously doesn't protect people from being secure about their own and other's online information. Since cyberspace defeats lots of boundaries and limitations present in the real world, truth and identity is very much relative. Face-to-face interaction, on the other hand, encourages genuinity of the character of individuals, encourages trust, and other healthy activities that promote social well-being, among others.

Online interaction also depersonalizes communication. Users have found lack of emotions and feelings in cyberspace communication as compared to face-to-face interactions. It sometimes causes miscommunication of felings. Face-to-face interaction, however, allows more perceivable emotions through gestures, tones, eye-contact, and the like.

Words aired in online interaction are characterized as duplicitious, and even self-deceiving. Individuals can project an entirely different persona than they are in the real world through cyberspace. Unlike cyberspace interaction, face-to-face communication allows, again, genuinity of words and thoughts communicated to others. It is so because people are able to perceive more clearly and more powerfully through personal/face-to-face interaction.

Lastly, but not the least, online interaction causes a decrease in the political involvement of people. It decreases social capital due to a shift from the face-to-face community into cyberspace. People become less and less involved with others. It also disallows the many benefits of personal interaction described in the early parts of this paper (e.g. overall individual biological and psychological well-being). In contrast, face-to-face interaction, aside from the points already mentioned, allows and builds up social capital through involvement of people with others.

References
Wobbrock, J. (2003). The benefits of physical edges in gesture-making: empirical support for an edge-based unistroke alphabet. Retrieved February 9, 2008 from the World Wide Web: http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=766083.

Hunter, B. (N.D.). The subtle benefits of face-to-face communication. Retrieved February 9, 2008, from the World Wide Web: http://www.stanford.edu/class/symbsys205/facetoface.html.

Google search. Benefits of Physical Interaction. Retrieved February 9, 2009 from the World Wide Web: http://www.google.com.ph/search?q=benefits+of+physical+interaction&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a.

Sunday, February 8, 2009

When People Love You Less

We should really love ourselves first before we can love others. This is already scratchy but we can't give what we don't have. We are only asked to "love our neighbors as ourselves". Not, to love our neighbors and not ourselves. We sort of define the threshold of the amount of love that others can give us. Because, if they exceed that limit and we couldn't take it, it will only be put to waste.

Much to loving ourselves is the question how we can do it. Sometimes, we might just have to much a reason not to. Solution? Look on the higher source of love. I wonder... ;)

When People Love You Less


When people love you less,
It just means that you should love yourself more,
And only then can you love others,
And then they can love you more.

Selah. ;-)

This Love Song

This was supposed to be only just a simple thought to ponder... Turns out it had a rhythm on its own. It's living...

This Love Song

Have you ever listened to love songs
And felt how much they're for somebody?

Have you ever listened to love songs
And thought of someone so dearly?

But have you ever listened to love songs
And grieve at the reality

That the one you think of the love song's for
Just couldn't ever be?

Sad, right? :)

Am I Ready to Give You Away?

Sometimes, we think that we should leave the people we are closely attached to, romantically, brotherly/sisterly, or in whatever form of bond. It usually happens when we see and feel that things no longer work the way they do before, and when things don't turn out good.

It becomes difficult to stay in exactly the same situation with a person you know. There must be progression. Signs like wavering of relationships and bond only indicate progression. We cannot stay forever in our old ways. We must learn how to handle the new things and the changes in others. It doesn't mean that we should break away from the people we love. We should just progress with them.

Well, in the mean time, while you're pondering the point above, let me share a little something more for you to ponder on. Let's just say, "what if...". Let's imagine... ;)

Am I Ready To Give You Away?

Am I ready to give you away
To some place farther
Where you can surely stay
And where you'll feel better?

Is it worth the cost
To put you where you belong
Is it for the better cause
To just leave you along?

Tonight I ask myself again
Not sure what I should do
Am I ready to carry on the pain
My greatest dream, my you?

Written on February 7/8, 2008, midnight.

The Cost of Goodbye

Sometimes, we try to make ourselves fit where we really couldn't. Sometimes, we insist on fighting for something that isn't really for us. In the end, we only lose. And, if we don't, we gain nothing. It only tells us that the best option is to say goodbye. A new and greener ground is waiting. It is only waiting for our looking.

We might not know it but we have the tendency to push ourselves to something or somewhere that we don't really belong to. The reason is because we fear that we might not be left with anything to accept us. What we don't know is that our perfect place is only waiting for us.

We were made to fear almost about anything in life. It caused us to do silly things. In reality, however, there is a lot in store for us. It only gets complicated when where we presently put ourselves in begins to reject us, we have a hard time accepting because we got used to it already.

A natural reaction of the body to foreign elements (e.g. cough, choking, etc.) is to eject it. Much is the same for us in this world. If we could only look at it as a friendly way of telling us that we aren't there yet... But when has rejection ever been enjoyable anyway?

We fear. And, what sole way there is to solve it? You find out... ;)

The Cost of Goodbye

Sometimes, it's difficult
To let go of that smile
And of the streams of giggles
That you've always yearned for

Sometimes, it's hard
To give up on the good times
And on the dreams you've built
That you've ever hoped for

But sometimes, too
The only way left
Is the way down there
Where it undeniably stings

But sometimes, too
I seems all wasted
The time and love alike
When it inevitably hurts

And sometimes, too
You just have to pay
The simple but dreary
Cost of goodbye

After these times
When all had been over
And tears have bid their bye
Your eyes gently open

After these times
When you've learned a lesson
And when you're made stronger
You see a new door open

If ever I fall and cry again
It'd be worth the try
This time I'd pay again
The cost of goodbye

Written on February 7, 2009, 23:40

SINONG MAY PLERK??? (TRANSLATED: PLURK)

ADD NIYO AKO!!! HAHAHA!!!

Here's my link: http://www.plurk.com/matcieou7th

Wala lang. I realized that I need to record/document sudden and spontaneous thoughts. I had a similar site before, projectexperience, but I rarely use it and I only have a few local friends. :'(

Salamat!!! *sinister laugh* >:))

The Church is Undeniably Just Such A Blessing... :)

I'm so thankful that I was able to go to church and hear the message today. Aww. Hahaha. Everything's different to me na. After all the changes, it's really odd (as to what I'm referring to, I'll be keeping it to myself).

I just want to document myself saying that I really am fortunate, lucky, and more appropriately blessed to have been able to attend. Attend means much more than just the physical presence. You get more out of it. You receive the outpouring of grace.

I just perfectly had the lesson that I was looking for. Surely, everything I ask goes not unanswered. I'm equipped for tomorrow. May I continually be. ;)

Saturday, February 7, 2009

The Swallow of the Morn and Night

Sometimes, we feel lost. Sometimes, things we do are very much routinary. Sometimes, things around us that happen don't make any sense. To add to that more, sometimes, we just hate the whole of the day and all in it.

There must be some reason why we sometimes feel that way. We all need purpose. Without purpose, we are like a beheaded rooster with only little time left to move our feet. There is uncertainty.

I chose swallows to represent my persona because it completely epitomizes routinary (if there's such a word) life. They represent fragility and carefree-ness. Their eyes, too, amaze me, as their fleeting life also does.

I've dedicated this poem before for somebody whom I've observed was really, really empty. I think that this time, I should be dedicating this one to myself. :))

The Swallow of The Morn and Night

In the skies of white
It lunges from its lair
It poses to take flight
And glides in the air

It comes out, appears
From its hollow nest
To banish all its fears
And to find real rest

From a long way
It here today has come
Fled from being prey
Seeks home all this time

In the silence of its land
It ponders on its quest
It's vision, fragile, grand
Has seen east to west

Every morn and night
It doesn't stop nor pause
I hope it sees its light
And someday find its cause

I'm grateful that I'm no swallow. Thanks to God for all that... :)

Note: I wrote this last October 2, 2008. Just re-posting since I'm transferring my posts from another blog. :)

The Smiling Pretender

These verses are just about humility and the praise of them. Humility entitles people with praise and rewards more than pride can give. :)

Look on below and read a simple and short story of humility. :)

The Smiling Pretender

He rejects with all his might
The praise that he all harbors
He giggles in the night
And braces in the fervor

He's king of denial
When it comes to his titles
But when he's sentimental
He keeps humble superlatives

The smiling pretender he's
Great in hiding light
But what he doesn't know is
Fire burns, comes out

Now this little captive
Is revealed to all
No longer will deceive
Will answer to his call

The days of pretense over
Masks hand-down at last
The mister has returned all after
With face in glimmer blast

Note: written last August 9, 2008 at somewhere in the midnight, after some few or several minutes after. Just a re-post. :)

The Adventurer

Aww, this one's a classic. I've written this year at about some time last year. Haha. I like this one because it tells of a story of chivalry, journey, and strength. I hope you get to like it too!

A journey of different images and endless joys in the pain, smiles, and flashes of medieval chivalry, and the stories that never end. That is how life's steps are. That is how I see it.

I may add more to lines in the future as I'm enjoying it. :)

He looks from afar
And sees how much he tread
He smiles at the war
At how much he's defeated

His adventurer feet ain't tired
He's not yet reached his goal
He'll go on with his ride
And climb the highest wall

In every fight he emerges from
He bleeds, he breaks, he shouts
Yet he survives to see the morn
And heals when in the shrouds

Awake, he is, he goes on
Sees the dawn, a light
This glimpse of east from the sun
Keeps him on the fight

More stories untold of him
Lie in wait, excited
The way that he writes his dreams
Makes me, you, ever delighted

Note: written last August 9, 2008 at somewhere in the midnight. I don't know but it was written some few or several minutes after the preceding one. Just re-posting. ;)

The Deep

Sometimes, a person's depth goes unnoticed. But, there are times that it finally gets the attention that it so rightfully deserves. Sometimes, there are friends who sacrifice and bears the burdens of others. Sometimes, there are people who show you that they're okay and outwardly smile, but deep inside, they're holding something really heart-tearing. It's just that they don't have the luxury of spilling them out to you because it'll tear you apart too.

We are in need of friends -- people who can be there for you. We've been hearing the quote "no man is an island" over and over again. But this time, it really makes sense, doesn't it?

The Deep

Oh, I have this friend
Who always has a smile
And I'm grateful for that
It sheds me a mile

In my daily life
Of personal travel
I ask myself how
Can someone, for you, be there?

This is in light of the one
Who has been all-smiles
How you keep simple
And joy in others' flight

Cos you are the deep
And you are the blue
Who sheds inside tears
And bleeds for others, true

What you do not know
Is that there's a call at night
That sings your lullaby's
Rewards a gift of white

Note: written last August 9, 2008 at somewhere in the midnight, 13 minutes after the first one.

This Friend of Mine

Sometimes, friends from afar (literally) emote. They do. Hahaha. Sometimes, they don't. Well, at the times that they do, they feel inferior and worthless. That happens most especially when they see the gifts of other people that they [think] they don't have.

Well, to oppose that thought that only creates fear and anxiety, I've made a little something for a particular friend. May this dispel that fear. :)

This Friend of Mine

This little friend of mine
Made a simple request
Something worth remembering
Something that could express

Something that doesn't really
Happen that much usually
And for that, I think I owe him/her
Even if it sounds silly

A little something out
Of my unlimited stash
I can give him/her even if
It appears that it's not that much

However, there's a twist
Cos I consider this as art
I wanna say that this
Also came from my heart

So here's a little message
To my dear friend afar
Stay safe and blissful
I'm near wherever you are :D

Note: written last August 9, 2008 at somewhere in the midnight.

You Accept Me

Just a little something for archiving. Haha. Sorry, it's sucky!

You Accept Me

You accept me
You embrace me
Despite that I do you wrong
You draw me to your side

I know not what I have
I have nothing that's of worth
But you tell me something new
I haven't seen inside

I couldn't imagine how
You could cross my path
But with your simple smile
I'm convinced I could fly

Then again I try
To comprehend just how
You defined my life
I'm grateful you're here right now

I Wish You Knew

After quite some time, I'm finally able to write verses again. Antagal na 'rin ah! ;)

This one is very much self-explanatory. I don't often try to write too complex and brain-twisting ones as it is a bit difficult to do so. Haha. It takes a lot of philosophy than creativity, spontaneity, and inspiration to write those kind of poems. This is less apparently less philosophical than most that cross my mind which I usually don't happen to get to write at the end of the day anyway. :)

I Wish You Knew

I have been keeping this
Thing that I feel inside
I dream for your kiss
And yearn to be by your side

Whenever we're together
I put up a poker face
Our eyes meet on air
I don't want to end my gaze

When you're at your back
I'm tempted to embrace
In you I've no lack
My heart pounds in fast pace

I cant' keep nor stay
Just like this forever
I hope that soon, one day
I'll be in your surrender

Oh how I wish you knew
What I feel inside
That all I feel for you
Makes my world collide

Then you smile at me
When I thought it's over
A thing I'd die to see
Now I begin to wonder

I'm left with much thinking
The thoughts you seem to hide
Now I am pondering
What you feel inside

So, that's just about it! Sorry ah, 'yan lang nagawa ko. Hahaha! :))

Could I Only Look?

Sometimes there's this thought that the people around you obtain happiness and you're left out. Those "sometimes" are a reality. It happens. Those feelings really eat through you at times. I guess it's just that there are reasons why. It tells you that something's wrong. It's such a feeling of inferiority and worthlessness... but is it ever true that people can lose their worth? I don't think so.

At times that I feel so, I know one thing: I am of worth. I know that what I feel is the exact of opposite of truth. Feelings often deceive me anyway. This just leads me to a safe conclusion that I AM OF WORTH...

Anyway, just allow me to let go of those feelings. Treat the following as a work of art instead... and, if possible, something to learn from. ;)

Could I Only Look?

A lot is happening around me
Time takes its steps and things change
My eyes are difficult to see
As I'm getting older and older through the days

People smile and their faces shine
Babes learn how to speak, they obtain might
Happiness overwhelms them in the divine
Men and women reach great heights

Yet here I am with a thought unknown
Without a clue of where I'm headed
Could I only look at their renown
Left with nothing to rejoice at?

I Wish You Knew

After quite some time, I'm finally able to write verses again. Antagal na 'rin ah! ;)

This one is very much self-explanatory. I don't often try to write too complex and brain-twisting ones as it is a bit difficult to do so. Haha. It takes a lot of philosophy than creativity, spontaneity, and inspiration to write those kind of poems. This is less apparently less philosophical than most that cross my mind which I usually don't happen to get to write at the end of the day anyway. :)

I Wish You Knew

I have been keeping this
Thing that I feel inside
I dream for your kiss
And yearn to be by your side

Whenever we're together
I put up a poker face
Our eyes meet on air
I don't want to end my gaze

When you're at your back
I'm tempted to embrace
In you I've no lack
My heart pounds in fast pace

I cant' keep nor stay
Just like this forever
I hope that soon, one day
I'll be in your surrender

Oh how I wish you knew
What I feel inside
That all I feel for you
Makes my world collide

Then you smile at me
When I thought it's over
A thing I'd die to see
Now I begin to wonder

I'm left with much thinking
The thoughts you seem to hide
Now I am pondering
What you feel inside

So, that's just about it! Sorry ah, 'yan lang nagawa ko. Hahaha! :))

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Bob Ong vs. Juan Tamad

..ang pagmamahal
"parang elevator lang yan e,
bakit mo isisiksik ang srili mo kung wala nang pwesto para sayo...
eh meron namang hagdan, ayaw mo lang pansinin..." -BOB Ong
"mapuno man ang elevator, sigurado namang babalik ito, at darating ang panahon na mkakasakay din ako..." -Juan Tamad

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Minsan kaya meron pang pwesto sa elevator. Pwede pang magawan ng paraan. Ang ginagawa ko, lumilipat ako ng floor para ma-catch yung ibang elev. Lol! :p

REPOST: DOTA VS. GF (Malupit 'to)

Panalo 'to... Bwahahaha! >:))

si DOTA isa lang sa mundo,
GF napakarami niyan.
[So anytime pwede ka makahanap ng girlfriend 'yun ba nais mong iparating? Sino ka Si Brad Pitt?]
si GF iiwan ka din niyan,
si DOTA hindi.
[Malamang iiwan ka niya kung puro Dota lang na sa isip mo.]
si GF nagagalit pagnagdodota ka,
si DOTA hindi nagagalit pag nagGF ka.
[Hindi computer si GF para hindi magalit, you insensitive moron.]
si DOTA P20 lang masaya na,
si GF baka P200 hindi pa masaya.
[baka lang.so y dont you try first? kala mu samen mukang pera?!->girls]
pagnakakakita ka ng ibang Hero hndi nagagalit si DOTA,
pero pagnakakita ka ng ibang babae nagagalit si GF.
[Duh, kapag nakakita ba ng ibang lalaki si GF hindi ka magagalit? feed ur mind]
si GF pag iniwan mo mahirap na balikan,
si DOTA pag iniwan mo, handa ka parin tanggapin.
[tanga pla iang si DOTA, martyr pla.haha. insensitve moron si dota!]
Ano mas gusto mo DOTA o GF?
mag-isip ka na....
GIRLFRIEND: Bakit ang DOTA ba maroromansa ka?
REPOST
mabasa ng mga adik sa dota
DOTA VS. GF
pede bang both??? hehhehehe

Monday, February 2, 2009

JOB EXPO FEB 2009: What's in store for YOU!

FINALLY, THIS YEAR PRESENTS YET ANOTHER AMAZING EVENT
MADE POSSIBLE BY THE LASALLIAN VALUES
OF FAITH, ZEAL, AND COMMUNION
THROUGH STRONG LINKAGES
PRESENTING TO ALL LASALLIANS OUT THERE

130 COMPANIES
13 CAREER TALKS
9 ON-CAMPUS EXAMS

Only at the De La Salle Job Expo!
February 2 - 6, 2009!



PARTICIPATINGCOMPANIESsmall.jpg De La Salle University Office of Counseling and Career Services-Career Services: List of Participating Companies picture by matcieou7th


career



campus


ALL LASALLIAN SCHOOLS ARE WELCOME

MADE POSSIBLE BY LASALLIANS
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE LASALLIANS

ANIMO, ONE LASALLE!

See you at the Yuchengco Lobby and Central Plaza!


JOB EXPO FEB 2009: What's in store for YOU!

FINALLY, THIS YEAR PRESENTS YET ANOTHER AMAZING EVENT
MADE POSSIBLE BY THE LASALLIAN VALUES
OF FAITH, ZEAL, AND COMMUNION
THROUGH STRONG LINKAGES
PRESENTING TO ALL LASALLIANS OUT THERE

130 COMPANIES
13 CAREER TALKS
9 ON-CAMPUS EXAMS

Only at the De La Salle Job Expo!
February 2 - 6, 2009!



PARTICIPATINGCOMPANIESsmall.jpg De La Salle University Office of Counseling and Career Services-Career Services: List of Participating Companies picture by matcieou7th


career



campus


ALL LASALLIAN SCHOOLS ARE WELCOME

MADE POSSIBLE BY LASALLIANS
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE LASALLIANS

ANIMO, ONE LASALLE!

See you at the Yuchengco Lobby and Central Plaza!