We did this for quite some time on The Morning Rush, which usually involved policemen and panties, and so it was a treat to finally film some sessions so you guys can actually see the panic on our faces whenever we do this improv. It was quite fun, and we did a number of topics, and they chose this one to post. I love how it looks, parang movie lang ang peg.
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I was vegetarian for 10 years…hmmm…
Hehehe, nice Valentine gimmick!
@aiWink on Twitter said someone gave her husband a Tenga Egg. So I checked out what the heck it was, and…OMGWTF???
Raimon on Facebook suggested I might be interested in this. Hmmm…what makes you think I’d need whatever the heck this is? Apparently it’s a face slimmer. 😉
Does this sound familiar…?
Hehehe…I’m not endorsing anything…I just love the video!
Wow I planned to do some live blogging as we go through our activities, but we’re pretty much fully-packed, so I guess I’ll properly post it when I get back to Manila. It’s finally sunny after days of rain here in Singapore, so hopefully it stays that way.
Okay, so many of you sent me this link yesterday. I had lumps in my throat as I watched it. I’ve been in Singapore ONE day and I was already feeling like an OFW. I can’t even begin to imagine what real OFWs and their families go through.
Omigosh, these are just the cutest commercials I’ve seen! They must’ve kept on shooting so many conversations because I don’t think these were scripted. No kids can be THAT good in delivering lines!
These are just ads I guess, but they really move me. There’s nothing as spiritually enriching for me as traveling. I don’t need to go to any church or religious edifice, but seeing the world and the infinite wonders that it reveals, gets me waxing philosophical each time. I want to move, as far as my legs (or at least a plane) could take me and see what I never even suspected existed. I want to eat, and as they say, what we eat becomes a part of us, so every place you eat from somehow becomes a part of you. And I want to learn, to not just pass by each place, but to take a little piece with me, and at the same time, leave something of myself behind. The more I see of the world and of how large it is, the smaller I feel, yet at the same time the wider my understanding becomes. For me, traveling is not so much an escape, but more of a coming home. A coming home to the rest of the world.