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GTalkers encountered AA’s niceness but…

Hell, I still don’t like her.

Hahaha! I guess AA needs to prove herself on and off-screen. I don’t think being nice to strangers does not always mean nice to everybody since I myself could be nice to people whom I really do not know at first—but that doesn’t mean I am an almost-perfect person.

I really do not believe na nice talaga si AA, eh. Tingnan niyo, kung si Trinnie nga, parang hindi nice for others (in person), it means that she’s not really ma-PR or somewhat good in socializing with other people. However, why was she still maintaining a good image despite parts of her private life revealed indirectly?

Tapos si Meynteyn daw masama ang ugali sa personal according to some GTalkers because she has a bad accent, does not socialize with people.

Now I know the similarities between FP-tards and GTalkers! LOL

beastmodingqueen:

Before March ends, I would like to say HELLO to all women around the world! Let’s celebrate femininity! Let’s celebrate being girls and women, and we are damn proud of it!
While March is Women’s month, we should not only be reminded of the rights of women during this month only but all day, all month, all year. Women are not born to satisfy the visual needs of men. Women do not deserve to be fatshamed when they gain weight or slutshamed when they got victimized of sexual violence. Women do not deserve to be blamed when something goes wrong with her, when her hubby cheats on her or break up from her. Women do not deserve all those double-standards bullshit implemented by some crappy patriarchal society.
#RealTalk: even on this post-millenium era, the shitty mentality towards women is still alive and well. Let’s put an end to this. Besides, Men can have as worse as women do, so enough of those. Favoring with the side of men all time is simply breeding the pervy beast out of them.
Happy Women’s Month!
#womensmonth #girlpower #downwithdoublestandards #slutshamingiscrap – View on Path.

No wonder, never put the blame on the rape victim because it makes promiscuous men more ego-istic. OKAY!?

beastmodingqueen:

Before March ends, I would like to say HELLO to all women around the world! Let’s celebrate femininity! Let’s celebrate being girls and women, and we are damn proud of it!

While March is Women’s month, we should not only be reminded of the rights of women during this month only but all day, all month, all year. Women are not born to satisfy the visual needs of men. Women do not deserve to be fatshamed when they gain weight or slutshamed when they got victimized of sexual violence. Women do not deserve to be blamed when something goes wrong with her, when her hubby cheats on her or break up from her. Women do not deserve all those double-standards bullshit implemented by some crappy patriarchal society.

#RealTalk: even on this post-millenium era, the shitty mentality towards women is still alive and well. Let’s put an end to this. Besides, Men can have as worse as women do, so enough of those. Favoring with the side of men all time is simply breeding the pervy beast out of them.

Happy Women’s Month!

#womensmonth #girlpower #downwithdoublestandards #slutshamingiscrap – View on Path.

No wonder, never put the blame on the rape victim because it makes promiscuous men more ego-istic. OKAY!?

Congrats to my schoolmate in my former second home…

…who still kept her feet on the ground despite the fact that her uni is reputed for having a high concentration of typical alta sociedad students—who are often perceived as arrogant. Good thing she never allowed herself to be like them. Kudos to this person who proved everyone that even typical popular kids could achieve later in life!

Real People: G Tongi-Walters

glamourboxph:

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Oh my G! Filipino-American actress and Mega YDC All-Stars host Giselle Tongi-Walters shares with us her beauty secrets and must-haves:

1. When did you start acting and how did you get into it?

I started acting professionally at 16. I was discovered by a director, Eric Quizon, who brought me to Regal Films. I was signed to a 16 picture 4 year contract soon after. To date, I’ve done close to 40 feature length films.

2. You are considered as one of the most beautiful faces in the industry. How do you keep yourself young-looking?

I have regular facials at Facial Care Center and try to stay out of the sun. If I do go to the beach, I lather up on sunscreen.

3. What does your daily beauty regimen look like?

I moisturize before I put my makeup on as often as I can. If I don’t have work, I let my skin breath by not wearing makeup. I also make sure to take my makeup off if I am wearing it during the day.  

4. What’s your one beauty indulgence? 

My moisturizer from Creme De La Mer is my ultimate indulgence! 

5. Any beauty secret that you learned from your mom?

She taught me how to cleanse my skin using milk and calamansi to naturally make scrubs for the face.

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Recently, I have been idolizing this woman with a domineering personality, which is often misinterpreted as “ma-arte” and of course, “not-so-nice.”

G Toengi is one of these people, and it is no secret up to now that she’s been idol-worthy ever since she started her career in the Philippines before moving to the United States, then going back to the Philippines for good.

Hahaha! I think the quote, “Ang magnanakaw ay galit sa kapwa magnanakaw” applies here!

You see, both Kris and Maja never experienced fatherly love, that’s why Kris does not like Maja!

Pare-pareho lang kayong mga haliparot! And yeah, though the Dahan-Dahan song is good, I still don’t get it why people like Maja’s voice. I believe it’s rather auto-tuned than pure voice.

Maja should stick to dancing instead.

Frustrated DL

I have never been a Dean’s Lister even just once.

Well, though conservatives and old-school traditional people say that it is my fault for not studying the traditional way (jeezes I hate being traditional!), actually my parents did not want me to shift since it will just be a waste of money blah blah and shit. HELL, during that time, I do not want to be classmates with some of my blockmates (the dominating popular kids who are 100x worse than my classmates in fourth year high school) and I am no longer finding happiness in my course (though the professors are amazing). I mean, people in other degree programs are friendlier and much more accommodating… and less judgmental. If I were to be asked, I did NOT shift because I pity my parents.

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Pretentious people

To be pretentious is a norm to become a popular kid. But in college, they become high school brats.

Meh, calling me a “high school brat” never sounded offensive to me, because I know where I come from—I was not one of the popular kids, but rather I was the black sheep in the group. People just like to make black sheep peeps popular as well so that they will show how “cool” they are.

Thank goodness I was never suspended at school for standing up against bullies. Or else I might be expelled.

(I just have to keep a good reputation, even though I wasn’t a typical straight-A student.)

funyarn:

Founder of the Samsung Group Lee Byung-chul Rare Photos. From its inception as a small export business in Taegu, Korea, Samsung has grown to become one of the world’s leading electronics companies, specializing in digital appliances and media, semiconductors, memory, and system integration.

Founder of the Samsung Group Lee Byung-chul Rare Photos

I really didn’t know that Lee-sama attended Waseda Daigaku.

BTW, he’s the founder of Samsung, and yes, he’s like the Korean Akio Morita or the Korean version of the Toyoda family who founded Toyota.

This shows that whoever are successful people are mostly college drop-outs. Here I am a college grad but I still do not have the brains of the likes of Lee-sama and Mark Zuckerberg.

izumi-nagai:

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Our class went to Waseda Daigaku, a university famous worldwide. This university is the most prestigious one here in Japan, getting in is EXTREMELY hard. Kinda equivalent to UP, but the tuition is expensive. They say it’s easier to enter Waseda if you’re a foreigner, and for the Japanese,…

Well, this is really my dream school (no kidding) in Japan. I won’t mind if I don’t get in Waseda, but if I do not qualify, it’s perfectly fine with me. I might as well take up MA in DLSU first before getting in Waseda.

I really do not know if being fluent in English is a requirement that will make you enter Waseda (be it Japanese or foreigner), but oh well… I must study again to get in there. ((:

To be an excellent institution is about proper motivation for students to study better, to invest for better facilities and equipment, and making institution a BETTER PLACE to LEARN, not SOMETHING to FEAR at GOING to.

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