I look out the window, and this drama I see:
It’s nearing December once again, and so the infamous Oblation Run is also upcoming!
I was able to catch only one of the entries in the 2nd Cinema One Originals Digital Movie Festival, and it was the slightly entertaining “Metlogs, Metrosexual Jologs.” Here are the festival’s awardees, announced in a ceremony held at Teatrino in Greenhills, San Juan on Sunday, November 26, 2006.
Piolo, Piolo, Piolo… the great Piolo Pascual is the most popular hunk-actor Philippine Showbiz has produced in recent years. And why is he so visibly absent in my hunk photo collection in this blog? We’ll change that with this post. Here we present Piolo Pascual, not in pa-cute poses, and no, not nude either, but rather in an all-shirtless photo collection. Now this is one guy I’d pick even over a million-dollar casino poker pot (drools)!
The very first time I came out was to another gay friend. One Holy Week, several years ago, we went hiking to the mountains of Batad, Ifugao. Over Don Pedro and Sprite, he opened up to me and said he was actually attracted to guys. I was dumbfounded at first.
Illac Diaz is the kind of man I would like to bring home to Mom and Dad, and say, “Yes I’m gay, and he is my husband.” LOL! Seriously, this guy is amazing. He is an entrepreneur with a heart, and good looking at that (once upon a time, a commercial model)! He was just recently named one of The Outstanding Young Persons of the World (TOYP) by the Jaycees International (JCI). Idol!
Here is a sad story of Barako, a married bisexual man who realized how important it is to express one’s love, in words and in actions, before it is too late. I got this via email and thought that maybe we all can learn a lesson from his story. Read on guys.
Guess who?! Hehehe!
“I decided to do some shovel work and level out and prepare the mountain soil that I recently had dumped on the lot I reside on so that I may be able to plant some crops. It was a bright early afternoon. The golden sunshine unleashed the rich hue of the red-orange soil. Furthermore, the glorious sunlight intensified the contrasts in colors of the dirt with the gleaming green grass and the clean cloud-filled blue sky. The scene would have made a nice painting.” – David the Coconuter
Yes David, not just the scene, but you yourself would have been painting-worthy. Whew that was hot! The badings in your barrio must be salivating like mad! Hehehe!