My Song: The Vice Presidentiable Series

Wednesday, April 28, 2010 · 1 comments

With about ten days to go before the National Election on May 2010, the Vice Presidentiables just can't stop singing....


Mar Roxas sings "If You're Not Here By My Side" by the Menudo. This he can dedicate to his running mate Noynoy Aquino.

Roxas slid down to the VP race to give way for Noynoy's candidacy. Prior to that, Roxas has not been getting good results in the Presidential Surveys. But since he slid down, considered by many as an act of heroism, he's been a consistent #1 in the VP surveys.




Loren Legarda can sing "Never Been To Me".

......I've been to admin, and the opposition, and anywhere I could be....
Pero mukhang matatalo na naman siya (sa pangalawang pagkakataon).

To date, latest Pulse Asia survey results show she is sliding down to #3. Roxas leads, and Binay comes second.







Perfecto Yasay's song would be "Bituing Walang Ningning".

Dati sikat si Yasay noong panahon ni Erap.
Pero ngayon......










Jojo Binay can sing "Just Got Lucky" (with matching dance number together with the Whiplash Dancers).

Though Chiz has endorsed Noynoy for President, he did not pick Noy's runningmate (Roxas), but is endorsing Binay for Vice President.

Latest survey results from Pulse Asia and SWS show Binay is now #2, overtaking Legarda.



Bayani Fernando may not fare well with the surveys. But he was a big hit during the Celebrity Duets in GMA 7. He's proven that he can sing different genre. Because of that, he can san "Wag Na Init Ulo, Beybi" lovingly dedicated to his running mate Dick Gordon who is always blowing his top these days for not ranking in the surveys.









Jay Sonza- no song. See Nick Perlas and JC Delos Reyes rule.













Edu Manzano can dedicate the song "They Don't Really Care About Us" to his running-mate and co-administration candidate Gibo Teodoro.

The surveys do not really care about them, and so are their party mates who keeps jumping ship to other political parties.






"Narito Ako" would be the perfect song for Dominador Chipeco.

Hindi kasi siya isinasali sa mga Vice Presidential Forums, at hindi rin siya kilala ng mga taong kinakamayan niya.

Gibo And The Jejemons

Tuesday, April 27, 2010 · 2 comments


Rise of the Jejemons

Saturday, April 24, 2010 · 20 comments

Andiyan na sila!
Parating na sila!
Dumarami na sila!
Ipakilala natin ang mga..... JEJEMONS!


Narito ang definition ng Urban Dictionary patungkol sa mga Jejemons:

1) Usually seen around social networking sites such as Friendster and Multiply, jejemons are individuals with low IQs who spread around their idiocy on the web by tYpFing LyK diZS jejejeje, making all people viewing their profile raise their eyebrows out of annoyance. Normal people like you and me must take a Bachelor of Arts in Jejetyping in order to understand said individuals, as deciphering their text would cause a lot of frustration and hair pulling.

2) Jejemons are not just confined to trying-hard Filipino gangsters and emos. A Jejemon can also include a variety of Latino-Hispanic fags who enjoy typing "jejejejeje" in a wider context, much to the disdain of their opponents in an internet MMORPG game such as Ragnarok and DOTA.

3) Basically anyone with a low tolerance in correct punctuation, syntax and grammar. Jejemons are usually hated or hunted down by Jejebusters or the grammar nazi to eradicate their grammatical ways.


Ang sabi naman ng Lifestyle section ng Inquirer.net, ang mga Jejemons daw ang mga makabagong Jologs. Ayon pa sa kanila, "in reality, Jejemon is a new breed of hipsters who have developed not only their own language and written text but also their own sub-culture and fashion."


At dahil nga patuloy silang dumadami sa tulong ng texting at internet chat, forums, and games, hindi nakakapagtakang sa susunod na eleksiyon ay magkakaroon na rin ng sariling Party List Group ang mga Jejemons.



My Song: The Presidentiable Series

Thursday, April 15, 2010 · 3 comments

If I were a Presidentiable, my song would be:




If I were Erap, I'll be singing, "I Just Can't Get Enough", for getting the presidency in 1998, and losing it via EDSA DOS, and trying to get it again.










If I were Bro. Eddie, my song would be, "Papa Don't Preach", because I shouldn't mix politics and religion.








If I were Dick Gordon, I'd choose the song..., kahit anong kanta na nga lang, basta kanta ni Gloc 9. Sa sobrang bilis kasi magsalita ni Dick, daig pa nya si Gloc 9.







If I were Gibo, I'd sing sad songs. My favorite would be, Just When I Needed You Most. This is largely to the fact that my partymates are doing an exodus and transferring to my opponents' parties.


"Youuuuuu, left me, just when I needed you most"


Ah, so sad.



Nick Perlas and JC Delos Reyes both have no song. In the first place, hindi naman sila dapat tumakbo.























Jamby's song would be an OPM from Rivermaya, entitled Hinahanap Hanap Kita. She could dedicate the song to her favorite subject by the name of Manny Villar.


"Adik sa'yo................"









If I were Villar, I would rather choose the song, (+/-) Two Steps Behind, because come next surveys, I will be positive or negative two points behind Noynoy.


Hala ka Noynoy, malapit ka na'ng abutan ni Manny sa Survey!









And finally, because Noynoy leads in the surveys and because he has the famous three sisters at his side, he will be given three slots for his favorite songs:


1. Sigarilyo by Ka Freddie Aguilar


2. Oh, My Papa (and Mama) because the ads capitalize on him being the son of Ninoy and Cory


3. Ano'ng paki mo, Sa long hair ko (sa gilid)










Suspicions

Sunday, April 11, 2010 · 2 comments

The past weeks' news had been full of suspicions, really.

1. The audience during the last Ateneo de Manila University graduation rites started to suspect that MVP copied some parts of the speeches of famous Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling when he addressed the Atenean audience as pure bloods, and the non-Ateneans as muggles.

2. The COMELEC decided to cancel its purchase of the Php 380 each ballot secrecy folder. This, after Senator Nene raised his suspicion that the folders are overpriced. His proof was that- the folders are selling at Php 2.50 per piece at the 168 Mall in Divisoria ( Php 1.50 kung wholesale).

3. Tito Noy became suspicious that Baby James is rooting for main opponent Villar when, because of the hot weather, the latter asked the former if he could swim sa dagat ng basura.

4. And finally, OFW voters in Hong Kong raised their suspicions that the COMELEC counting machines are defective when disqualified presidential bet Veteliano Acosta won in the final tally.


Ang pikon, talo.

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