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Apr 29, 2006

#150 - For YOU

Big Day of Kathy & fafa KD

DANKE Ninang

Type ni fafa ang golden egglog! Thanks daw!


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Apr 26, 2006

#149 - W*O*M*A*N

SOURCE: forwarded email from LALA

An angel of truth and a dream of fiction,
A woman is a bundle of contradiction,
She's afraid of a wasp, will scream at a mouse,
But will tackle a stranger alone in the house.
Sour as vinegar, sweet as a rose,
She'll kiss you one minute, then turn up her nose,
She'll win you in rage, enchant you in silk,
She'll be stronger than brandy, milder than milk,
At times she'll be vengeful, merry and sad,
She'll hate you like poison, and love you like mad.

a little bit truth about "US"


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Apr 22, 2006

#148 - Siete pares

¡O mi dios, fafa KD me dio otra asignación! Que barbaridad, siete canciones. Culpable sino yo no cante porque las canciones no tienen gusto de mí.

Lista de siete canciones usted está en ahora. No importa qué el género. Si o no ellas tenga palabras o aún si son algunos bueno, deben ser las canciones que usted goza ahora.

No estoy escuchando ninguna canciones ahora. Estas canciones acaban de venir hasta mi mente. Aquí va.


Para fafa KD, le apuñalaré esta canción. La música no tiene ningún lugar para mí. ¡Paz! hehehe!

2. NARDA - Kamikaze

Para DARNA. que bebido demasiado porque ella perdió su amor, ella accidentalmente da a roca al ding y a la venta del ding él en Osaka.


Para Tita Ann, que me recuerda siempre buenas cosas y darme el alimento como serena.

4. OVERDRIVE - Parokya

Para todos mis amigos de Blogkada. Vayamos impulsión y oscilémoslos todos.

5. HARANA - Parokya

Para el MB mientras que canta Profesora Tekla junto con fafa KD y Kneeko.

6. IM A BITCH – Alanis Morisette

para mí!

7. I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE YOU – Peter, Craig & Dean

Para mi papá


vaya traducen!

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Apr 15, 2006

#147 - Na-Egglog Ako

It's my second time to spend Easter Sunday here and my first time to have a whole day OFF from the office. Some of the offices here gives a halfday leave only for Christians but some are unlucky to take a leave. I pushed my limits to finished all my pending drawings inorder to have a whole day leave, well, my boss is very considerate... now i can go out and ... opppps, i'll hear mass after.


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Apr 12, 2006

#146 - Holy Week in the Philippines

Source: Wikipedia

In this largely Roman Catholic nation, Holy Week, known as Simana Santa, is treated as one of the most important religious festivals of the entire year. At mass on Palm Sunday, Catholics carry "palaspas" or palm leaves to be blessed by the priest. Many Filipinos bring home the palm leaves after the mass and place these above their front doors or their windows, believing that doing so can ward off evil spirits. Holy Monday marks the beginning of the Pabasa (literally, reading) or Pasyon, the marathon chanting of the story of Jesus' life, passion, and death, which continues day and night, for as long as two straight days. A popular Holy Thursday tradition is the Bisita Iglesia (Church Visit), which involves visiting several Churches at which the faithful would pray the Stations of the Cross. The last Mass before Easter is also celebrated on Holy Thursday, usually including a reenactment of the Washing of the Feet of the Apostles; this Mass is followed by the procession of the Blessend Sacrament before it is taken to the Altar of Repose. Good Friday in the Philippines is commemorated with street processions, the Way of the Cross, the commemoraton of Jesus' Seven Last Words (Siete Palabras) and a Passion play called the Sinakulo. In some communities (most famously in the province of Pampanga), the processions include devotees who self-flagellate and sometimes even have themselves nailed to crosses as expressions of penance. After three o'clock in the afternoon of Good Friday (the time at which Jesus is traditionally believed to have died), noise is discouraged and the faithful are urged to keep a solemn and prayerful disposition through Black Saturday. Easter morning is marked with joyous celebration, the first being the dawn Salubong, wherein large statues of Jesus and Mary are brought in procession together to meet, imagining the first reunion of Jesus and his mother Mary after Jesus' Ressurection. This is followed by the joyous Easter Mass.


This might be too old (traditions) for others, but we still have to respect them.

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Apr 6, 2006

#145 - Dreams he left, and for me to finish . . .

Aside from my Mom, this place keep me sane.

And this place will be DYESEBEL's new site, only once i catch her, ang dulas kasi... hehehe

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