Tuesday, May 25, 2010

It's raining Pinoy men!

If you're ready to make a commitment and you committed, you should know you'll get hurt if it ends badly. If you're not ready to commit and yet you committed, surely you will not get hurt if anything is screwed at the end, but it tells what a selfish person you are and you deserve worse. That was the line I created and posted in my FB account last Saturday and has absolutely no connection to the pictures I am posting right now. Check out more pictures from this year’s Ginoong Filipinas participants. Ciao.

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Sunday, May 23, 2010

The Bonbon Series: Marco Alcaraz

It is time for the next bonbon, and for lack of time and research, let us feature one of the most underrated, hottest TV actors that we have in the past few years. Or maybe I just don’t watch television that much. In that case, forget what I said. Here’s Marco Alcaraz, who starred in one of my high school favorite TV dramas, It Might Be You, and in one of the latest indie films that will be available soon in DVDs, Marino. Enjoy.

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Friday, May 21, 2010

On Ginoong Filipinas: Bulges Matter More

Now I can see why they always say time flies, because to be honest, I was surprised to realize that it’s already that time of the year when Ginoong Filipinas will be held again. Not that it’s a big deal, but this is the best time that us perverts could check ordinary Filipino guys pose for the camera in super skimpy bikinis. This is the only contest where the contestants’ audacity to show their bulges matter more than their looks. Only in the Philippines. Drool after the jump...

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Thursday, May 20, 2010

You know what they say, shit happens!

When we have nowhere to run to, we seek direction from people we don’t really trust before. And since we can’t even trust ourselves during these unfortunate times, a series of more unfortunate events usually arise up until we realized we screwed even more. And we will end up either hurt or hurting another innocent person.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

My Summer Night Lights

It was a very lucky day for me when I was given another chance to visit Cebu, this time, for free. Though we only stayed for a day and a night, I still think it was one of the best summer vacations I had this year. For more information about this wonderful place, check out Asian Studies at online universities to find classes that can teach you more about Cebu and its rich history. After all, I only went there during my RD so I don’t really need a long vacation since the last time I did—staying almost 6 days in Palawan—ultimately reflected on my apparently already stained work ethics, a totally different story. Now, since it was already my second visit to Cebu, I made it sure that I won’t be tripping to the places I’ve already seen before like Moalboal Beach and Kawasan Falls, though I went there with the people who have never been to Cebu before. We stayed at the Imperial Palace Waterpark Resort and Spa which is definitely one of the best hotels in the entire country and only 7-month old as of this writing. If I described my visit to Palawan as amazing which was truly amazing in a way that it was so extraordinarily and magnificently natural, then this time in Cebu, I felt the same level of happiness in a kind of way that it was so excessively classy. Yet again, for me, it was free so I’ve got really nothing to worry about. The Taoist Temple was the only place I visited again, but I also brought them to Tops during the night so they could see the beauty of Cebu’s night lights. It was a poetic way of concluding the day for us tired visitors. Overall, it almost felt like it was my first time in Cebu, and I’m sure it has a lot more to offer on my future visits.

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Monday, May 17, 2010

Ramp Kings

I knew there were hundreds of pictures uploaded from this event, but I only selected a few that look somehow pleasing to the eye. There’s no one here that looks familiar, but they probably are to you if you frequent the gay bars where they usually appear as performers. Some might probably question my taste, but in my opinion, some of these men are hot enough to provoke my hormones. Seriously. So without further ado, meet the guys of Planet Xanadu’s King of the Ramp after the jump.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

Such A Noble Agenda: To Come Out

For the oldies, this bonbon’s name is a household brand for rubbish, sexy movies. For the lucky ones who bloom right in time when Facebook became a phenomenon, the name Toffee Calma resounds a stature of cheapish ressurrection. He returned playing unsurprisingly flashy roles in recent gay indie films, but it’s also worth saying that he returned with a noble agenda: to come out. While it may look excessively overdue already, here’s Simply Manila’s way of welcoming you home.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Simply Amazing

We hear people talking about the unusually painful heat this summer brings, but since we already know it’s the global warming or climate change that’s causing it, I wouldn’t even dare go into details about it and be a reason for anybody’s irritation. Honestly, I haven’t complained about the weather conditions since it started annoying some people lately, maybe because I’m not really that exposed to the sun that much. *LOL* Recently, I had the opportunity to visit Palawan, specifically Puerto Princesa and El Nido. It has always been a dream of mine to visit this incredible place, and thanks to my colleague and friend, I had the best summer of my life ever. He toured me around Palawan and brought me to places I have wanted to see all this busy year. I stayed there for a week and even when I went home super tanned that my other colleagues even call me nognog (a term I find so amusing, by the way), I did not have any regrets going, none at all. It was such an amazing experience for me, amazing enough that I would find time to visit this blog again to tell the whole world that Palawan is, in all probability, the country’s last frontier.