As her blog’s tag line states, “…the truth can set you free…”

So I guess, I’ll answer this as truthfully as possible.

1. If you were given a chance to replace superman, describe your costume.

I guess I would get rid of the underwear showing above my costume. That definitely has to go. Not for me. Ew! I’ll just have a simplistic look to it. I guess, somewhat like a Harry Potter/ Dumbledore/ Raiden of Mortal Kombat look. I always like to have magic powers by the way. ^^

2. If Hello Kitty was a real person, would you have liked her? Thought about marrying her?

Hmm… Liked her, yes, I think. Marry her…probably? I guess it’s worth a try? But then I have to compete with Dear Daniel. Oh gawd! And oh, I have had a dream of her…(finally?) Like what you guys at the office said. I’ll have to sooner or later. Well, there! It was definitely a first.

3. Who do you like more: Paris Hilton or Nicole Richie? Why?

To tell you honestly? Hmm… Nicole Richie :) Argh I hate you! Anyway, she’s not in jail! And, even though Paris has more money, and she’s hotter? I’ll still go with my first choice. :P I hate you!!! GRRR. :|

4. If you were the president of the Philippines, what would your first step be?

To get rid of people who stole from the government (As Sir Danny Reyes, my PA 111 prof says, “Do not steal from the government! NEVER steal from the government…..’coz Malacañang hates competition.” :| ) But seriously, I want to get rid of those people who steal from the nation. Where to start, than in my own cabinet I suppose. Lead by example.

5. World domination? Why or why not?

Yes. Aspire for world domination. Not by force, but by ideas, concepts and breakthroughs. Start small. One person at a time, and you can change the world. :D (Sorry to sound corny or preachy, but that’s true.) One person at a time. Build good foundation, and the building wouldn’t topple down. Try to change everyone all at the same time, and you’ll be faced with criticism and opposition.

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I was tagged by Angel. In this tag, you have to name seven songs that you’re currently listening to and tag seven other people.

But since, today is Independence Day, and that I feel all nationalistic blah, I’ll give a little twist to it. I’ll write 7 OPM songs (Filipino songs or songs sang by Filipino singers) I am currently listening to, and dedicate those 7 songs to 7 people I am tagging. Isn’t it amazing? ;)

1. Warrior is a Child by Gary Valenciano (This song goes to Sean Tiu)

2. Taralets by Imago (Taralets? LOL! I guess I’m tagging Clea Cheng on this one.. Wala lang! :P )

3. Doo Bidoo by Kamikazee (I’m definitely tagging Epi for this song! Go Epi! Do the rocker hair moves? ;) )

4. Awit ng Barkada by Itchyworms (I’m tagging Lubs!)

5. Hawak Kamay by Yeng Constantino (I’ll tag UP-CSA for this song… but since it’s an Organization.. Kim Ong, Laureen, Jayne, Scott, Jarvin and Krisha!)

6. Posible by Rivermaya (I’ll tag UPROJECT Members here, but to pick one, *I’m not that sure if other people have blogs, so* I’ll just go with Blanch!)

7. Last but not the least, Promise Me by Lea Salonga (Can I not tag anyone on this? This is my favorite song of Lea! ^^)

For my last person, I’ll just tag Mo-ha! Moha!! hehe :)

I saw a sign. It was on a truck.

All of a sudden I remembered this blog (i So da Sayn!) which I was visiting recently. I ended up laughing after I read its amusing content.

In the blog description, “i So da Sayn (I saw the sign) is a photo blog of sorts of funny and weird signs found in and around the Metro.”

I was driving along EDSA, going through Roxas Blvd, en route to Binondo. Lo and behold, I saw this funny sign on a truck. “DO NOT FOLLOW ME BECAUSE I’M LOST TOO…”

I wondered, how can this truck go wherever its destination might be. Hmm… I guess that they keep on asking passers-by or the MMDA traffic enforcers of where this and that place may be. But still, I don’t know if this truck can follow these directions.

After all, how can anyone help if they are asked not to follow and to keep their distance?

Chen Yan waves to the crowd as the late helmsman Mao Tze Tung,while a woman stares in disbelief.

Mao Tze Tung

Chen, 51, from Mianyang, in China’s southwestern province of Sichuan, has been dressing up as Mao since she was discovered on a local TV show in 2005 impersonating another actor who had played Mao in movies.

“I was impersonating (the actor) when the beautician saw some similarities between me and Mao,” Chen said, as make-up artists fussed over her in a Mianyang hair salon.

The beautician saw a dollar to be made in Chen’s prominent cheekbones and imperious demeanor, and invited her for a make-over, she said.

Suited up in a grey, button-up waistcoat, Chen looks similar to the man who ruled China with an iron grip for decades, and is happy to ham it up for the cameras.

But the effortless poses belie fastidious preparations behind the scenes. Chen spends up to 800 yuan on make-up and styling to create Mao’s famous receding hairline.

“I need to wear a pair of specially designed shoes to increase my height to 1.80 meters (5 ft 11 in) since I am only 1.55 meters. Then I dress up in Sun Yat-sen suits which Mao also likes, and hold a cigarette without the filter,” Chen said.

The financial hardships had forced her to call the media for a public photo shoot to “gain support and understanding from the public.”

“My family are against me doing this,” Chen said. “They don’t think it’s a good thing for a woman to impersonate a man.”

Chen, however, is determined to make a living from impersonating Mao, even to the point where she is cagey about revealing details about her former occupations.

“I’m not telling anyone anything until I become famous,” she said.

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Some wonderful find in the new mall in Quezon City:

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I drove my parents to Tiendesitas to watch the Chihuahua Federation of the Philippines’ all breed dog show. Today was the Toy Group Class and some big dogs like the Golden Retriever, Afghan Hound, and Labrador (if I’m not mistaken). This will continue until tomorrow with the Working Dogs Class and some more big dogs like the Doberman, German Shepherd, and such. We spent the whole day there. Here are some pictures of the event:

She may be older by a month, but she’s not as proud as my Yorkie. I better let them train my dog, and maybe next time we’ll beat this little Yorkie! Go Sophie! (my Yorkie) ^^

Arabian…I mean, Afghan Hounds in their customized tents.

Chihuahua that costs $1500 or around 75,000 pesos. She won! 10 points shy of becoming a Champion.

Kids can do what grown-ups can. Boy from Cebu handles dogs.

Last but definitely not the least. Philippine Hall of Fame, Philippine Grand Champion, American Champion and Canadian Champion Ricardo (Shih Tzu) that costs a staggering 1.2 Million pesos or approximately $24,000 of the Tan’s, and handled by Penny Cham.

I’m not really that nationalistic type of person to the point that I’ll display the Philippine flag in my house for everyone to see. Yes, I am proud to be a Filipino. Yes, I love my country. But, I do not see the point in the flag displaying thing. Besides, I think that my dad would not allow me to do that.What I can do, is to post this flag in this website to join the Filipino people in celebrating the National Flag day/ week which started on May 28, and will end on our Independence Day on June 12.

According to Section 7 of RA 8491 - An Act Prescribing the Code of the National Flag, Anthem, Motto, Coat-of-Arms and other Heraldic Items and Devices of the Philippines that I got from Ivan About Town:

“SECTION 7. The flag shall also be displayed in private buildings and residences or raised in the open on flag-staffs in front of said buildings every April 9 (Araw ng Kagitingan); May 1 (Labor Day); May 28 (National Flag Day) to June 12 (Independence Day); last Sunday of August (National Heroes Day); November 30 (Bonifacio Day); and December 30 (Rizal Day); and on such other days as may be declared by the President and/or local chief executives.”

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