Was laughing out loud reading a fellow blogger’s post entitled “Cute Manga“. He met a cute guy who turns out to be a friendly user (i.e., manga as in manga-gamit). And blogger friend was just too happy to be user-friendly. Shortly after the initial meeting, he was giving him pasa-load, Grande Starbucks drinks, free lunch (with take-out pa!), etcetera… because, as he says, money is not an issue anymore (translation: rich ang lola mo). But it got me thinking, if indeed money is not an issue, would I go as far as being a sponsor, otherwise known as “Sugar Daddy”? My pride says, no. My beauty says, hey I’m still here, may asim ka pang puhunan. But you — what do you say? — would you allow yourself to be so sweet as to be a sugary Sugar Daddy?
The ten finalists in the full length feature category of the 2007 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival and Competition have been selected. The finalists are:
Once upon a time, early on in my exploring days when I still had so much doubts, inhibitions, and hang-ups about myself and my sexuality, I had an Eyeball (EB). It was no ordinary EB. It was an EB in Boracay. It was an EB with a Boracay local.
While Jon Mullaly sits as if on a throne on the cover of the most recent Icon Magazine (March-April 2007) issue, Janvier Daily, MGG’s favorite upcoming hunk actor, unobtrusively steals the regal thunder and delivers the royal oomph big time. Of course the previous statement is biased, but that’s okay. I know MGG readers will agree. We love loving Janvier, right people?
Janvier has that deadly combination of caramel-colored skin, chiseled facial features, and a particularly searing look in his eyes. And he is such an irony — being so Pinoy-looking, yet in fact he is half-Irish, half-Filipino. This is just me attempting to explain why MGG loves Janvier. Perhaps the following photos would explain better?
“Take It Underground” – Mossimo Bikini Summit 2007 is the 6th installment of Mossimo Bikini Summit franchise event here in the Philippines. It started in 2002 in Boracay. This year, it will be held in a yet undisclosed venue in Makati City. The competition has male and female contestants, but since you are here in the Manila Gay Guy blog, we’ll feature only the 9 male finalists. Hehehe!
Several MGG readers have reported occasionally getting errors when accessing this site, which looks like this:
The temporary solution for this is to wait about 30 seconds to 1 minute and try accessing the site again. In most cases, this will work, and you will be able to continue to enjoy reading and browsing through MGG.
Rest assured that I will be investigating the rootcause of this error. I suspect it is a combination of my webhosting limitations, and the sudden upsurge of internet traffic in this site the past few days. I may need to tweak a few things here to make serving the site more efficiently, and thus be able to serve more and more MGG readers (we’re currently at 7,000+ unique visitors per day). Will definitely update you all on the developments. Hope to resolve this ASAP so we can continue enjoying MGG with no errors or delays! World Peace to all!
19-year-old, 5’10” stunner Vince Saldana is from the Close Up To Fame 2 competition — he did not win the title, but he did win my heart when I saw these close ups…
A gay American writer based in the Czech Republic writes about Manila Gay Guy:
I still can’t figure out why this blog (Manila Gay Guy) has so many hits. It’s so chatty, cliquey and really, really gay that all I could think of is that there’s only one gay blog in the Philippines and every single homosexual there reads it. Two or three times a day apparently.(link)
Well, well, well… amusing! But you know it isn’t true that MGG is the only gay blog here in the Philippines. In fact there are a lot of Pinoy gay bloggers. Some MGG readers, in fact, are themselves bloggers.
So I ask, Na-ga-blog ka ba? Hehehe! Here are some notable Pinoy Gay Bloggers definitely worth reading.
The latest issue of Icon Magazine is now out and bi! Out as in out in the market, and Bi as in bi-monthly!
More pictures up ahead!