17 comments on “The Best And The Rest 41

  1. “If you radiate fabulousness, if you inspire adoration, if you command sniveling idolatry, and actually get it, then you’re a diva. If you prance around in the most expensive clothes and label yourself a diva, and people roll their eyes, sorry dearie, you’re a wannabe.” – According to Chico’s definition, then, except for a few posts, this top ten should be called “Top Ten Signs that you are a Wannabe.”

  2. If you radiate fabulousness, if you inspire adoration, if you command sniveling idolatry, and actually get it, then you’re a diva. If you prance around in the most expensive clothes and label yourself a diva, and people roll their eyes, sorry dearie, you’re a wannabe. – According to Chico’s definition, this Top ten should be called “Top Ten Signs you are a Wannabe”

  3. I can so relate with number 2. While on a bus with a bunch of guy friends (one is gay) going to Olongapo, a vendor selling puto approached, our diva gay guy asks “How much?” and the vendor said “20 lang po.” To which he replied “Ay, wala na bang mas mahal? Gusto ko yung tig-25. Sige wag na lang.”

  4. my friends and i went to boracay. everytime we’d be at the airport, our diva friend would say “PORTER!” kahit na isang maleta lang naman ang dala nya at may gulong naman.

  5. chico, dapat i ban tong mga nag popost sa comment section ng

    “Una ako”…. ang jologs, PEP ba to? :D hehehe

    yun lng

  6. *Our camping class in U.P. had a 2-day camping in Batangas last semester & 1 rich female classmate brought her yaya & had an umbrella while we were mountain climbing.

    *My boss, a university president, had a scheduled meeting w/ GMA in Cebu. When GMA arrived late, my boss, who by then already had a couple of glasses of wine to drink, scolded her & told her that she’s not supposed to make her wait, just because she’s the president of the country.

    – haha. divang diva. lurvet.

  7. hey chico… so you’re online at noontime pala… was reading commments for best of the rest 41 when i saw your message for eric… jst a couple of minutes ago… hehe.. hi lang! hehe!

  8. Jose de Vengenge – Our camping class in U.P. had a 2-day camping in Batangas last semester & 1 rich female classmate brought her yaya & had an umbrella while we were mountain climbing. >>> hilarious!!! i remember a schoolmate who used to be part of a famous teen singing group in the early 1990’s. we went to the same university. she has a yaya who would stay at the back of the classroom and would get her juice and snacks or buy her a test booklet when she needs to..hahaha..diva ever! actually she’s considered one of our local diva’s. hehehe.

  9. When my partner and I did a biology experiment in high school (dissected a frog), he did all the dirty work and I just instructed him where to make incisions. He took the skin home and made a stuffed frog (part 1 of the experiment) and I had to take the bones home and make an skeletal model (part 2). I ended up buying a ready-made model from a nursing student/neighbor because I really didn’t want to touch the icky frog bones. Sorry, bio teacher. hehe.

  10. My sister,who’s a doctor, whenever she goes to the mall,she would always bring her secretary and a yaya.Her secretary to bring her bag and the yaya to bring whatever’s she’s going to buy in the mall.all she’s holding is her car keys.as of present,she’s thinking of hiring a driver so she will not be bothered to drive and park her own car..

  11. if the theme for your wedding is a crystal unicorn extravaganza and your husband agreed with it…you are definitely a diva!!….hehe..

  12. When i announced to my team that the company will give a Boracay trip as incentive, everybody cheered except for one and said, “Bora lang?” It turns out she’s in Bora 2x a year and stays in Station 1 only. One time, this same person paid a tambay to literally carry her to her car when the street got flooded because of the heavy rains! Lupet! hehe

  13. Diva-divahan,

    there’s nothing jologs with being on top of Chico’s list. I actually find it a privilege. Because I enjoy listening to Chico, I enjoy reading Chico, and I enjoy seeing my name on his award-winning blog.

    I don’t read PEP, and I don’t care if you do. So what business do you have with me saying I was first?

    I suggest you write comments about the top ten and this blog, and not about people who are just trying to make a comment.

    Just like you, I say… “yun lang”.

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