Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Obligatory Year-End Post

I guess I should post something on here. Some things happened:

A girl dumped me, but somehow gained confidence from it (if that makes sense). Discovered a lot of things. Traveled some parts of the Philippines. Went out a lot. Found a penis-shaped coral. Peed on a person. Rediscovered frugality. Bought a bed. Cut my hair and made my mother happy. Made new friends. Tyson won. Learned new skills.

I guess a lot of things happened. A lot more things I can't remember right now. A few more I can't post on here. The important thing for me, I guess, is that I really grew up. I may still do stupid things, but I definitely grew up.

Looking ahead to 2014, I plan on getting an extra job as a college instructor, or go to a European country or something. Whatever works out will be fine for me. What I will definitely do, though, is get some guns of my own. Trim my man-boobs para kaya ko na mag-sando.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Casting the MMK Episode About My Life

You know when you're alone in your apartment and you've got nothing to do but think about your life and what if it was a movie? I was totally doing that the other day, but for Maalaala Mo Kaya 'cause I'm filipino and I'd like Charo Santos to narrate my life.

Anyway, I have no idea what the story's gonna be like because I'm suuuuuper boring so I thought about casting first.

Here it is.

Me. If it's my life they're showing, they need to consider these three actors who at least sort of looks like me. You know... filipino looking.
  1. Lester Llansang. Can anyone confirm if he's a good actor cause he looks like one on this picture.
    kamukha ba niya si Ping Medina?
  2. Janus Del Prado. He already did a few MMK gigs. 
    tsaka halos magkasing haba kami ng buhok dito
  3. Chubi Del Rosario. My pick. Cause if you pick Chubi...
    omg ang pogi ko sa tv
The SO has gotta be:
we make a cute tv couple

Only on TV can I consider myself able to get someone as hot as Anne Curtis.
she totally takes the train and wears cute glasses, you guys.

However, in this episode, I probably screw things up with Anne, and I'll probably get a new girlfriend right away (I mean, this is TV so the pacing is fast. IRL I won't be in another significant relationship in at least a year). Her part must go to either

  1. Roxanne Barcelo. I've had a crush on her since her Click days. Plus, I saw her in Cubao X a few months ago with a bald chick and I totally dig that. Or...
    shet ang ganda
  2. Aiza Marquez. 
    can anybody sense a trend here?
My Mom. One of the most important characters in my life deserves a really great actor. So maybe...
  1. Susan Africa. My mom has a weird blood condition which is perfect for Susan cause she's always playing characters with weird health conditions.
    you all know she's gonna miscarry that child
My Dad. He's always said that he looks like Edu Manzano so let's give him that. 
are you proud of me yet, dad?
Seriously, dad? Fine. 

My real father. This is probably where the drama's gonna revolve around. But, since he doesn't any kind of say on any of my life's decisions, I'm gonna pick Al Tantay for him. From what I saw on facebook, he kinda looks like him. 
ew... GMA.
My best friend. The voice of reason in any situation (hey, that rhymed!). The person I go to when I need to talk. Anyway, I'll give this role to Sanya Coo to give her her big break in acting!
being able to bake a cake is a huge plus in casting
Those are probably the main actors in my MMK episode. I'll maybe post the minor characters at another time or maybe on the comments.

They say an idle mind is the devil's workshop. DOES THIS LOOK LIKE THE DEVIL'S WORK TO YOU?

***all (except for the picture of me and my dad and Sanya's) photos are all found in Google so I don't think I'm gonna get in some kind of trouble.

Saturday, August 24, 2013

3rd Quarter Crisis

Warning: Overly emotional post ahead. I have long promised myself not to write anything of that nature anymore, but I'm breaking that rule this one time.

It almost 3am, and I couldn't sleep. Perhaps, it was the coffee I had at 6pm, or maybe because there's a stream of thoughts rushing through my head since Friday night.

So, I'm writing tonight just to clear things up with people who actually read this blog. I'm not completely devoid of emotion, I just get over things pretty quickly. Warning: Clich├ęs ahead. I have learned to find the silver lining of even the darkest clouds. I've learned to look at the bright side of things, and tell myself that (thanks to Noah and his stupid arc) there's always a rainbow after the rain. Yeah, I just linked to a South Border song and referenced a movie where J.Law won an Oscar for. I just did those. Can you now imagine what I'm going through?

Warning: More cryptic content ahead. It's quite ironic that the personal trait I am most proud of (being easily forgiving, understanding, and getting over stuff-that-should-annoy-the-shit-out-of-me pretty quickly) is probably one of the reasons things happened. People seem to associate that with indifference or being passionless. I can't help it. It certainly looks like I don't care, but I do. I really do. It just doesn't come across well is all. I mean, if I didn't give a shit, why would I break down to this song? I just say 'fuck it. do what you want' pretty quickly. That's just me. I probably already forgave myself, I don't know.

P.S. To cheer myself up, I've been watching [Scrubs] a lot and kicking myself for not watching it sooner. Also, I'll be like this for a little while.

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Your Imaginary Friends 'Baby You're Going to Hell' Video Launch and My Music Video Discography. Filmography? Videography?

I guess I've been lucky enough to make a lot of indie musician friends who are trying to make it on their own. And one of the best parts of being friends with these people, is I get to join their music videos when they need extra people!

Next Saturday, 13 July 2013, my friends from Your Imaginary Friends (trust me, they're real!) will be launching their music video for Baby You're Going to Hell. More info here.

Until then, here's the teaser for their video which I was also a part of (hint: I'm not the dancing bear)

And since we're on the topic of music videos with friends, here are a few of the things I've been part of:

Giniling Festival - Psycho

Giniling Festival - Hipon

Ang Bandang Shirlery - Patintero (Larong Kalye)

I was also part of this one, but my face wasn't shown.  If you watch it, you'll see why. My person, however, is seen at the 5:00 mark

There you have it. You can probably call me an amateur music video extra from now on, I'd say I'm just lucky to have these friends.

Monday, February 18, 2013

I Covered A Smiths Song

I took a Vacation Leave from the office on a Monday just so I can watch the All-Star Game live. Of course, it was all well worth it 'cause Kobe Bryant owned LeBron James in the last two minutes with his defense (this is all we Laker fans have right now).

After that, I saw the latest SNL episode with Christoph Waltz as host, and took a nap. After that, I cleaned (sorta) the house which I never do.

Since I was doing things I don't normally do, I decided I should record my cover of The Smiths' Girlfriend in a Coma.

Now, this was a really quick recording, so expect a lot of fuck ups. Also, there was somebody singing with me.