Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Kanta ko na walang tono

Ayoko na makipaglaban sa gera.
Ayoko na sumugal pa ng pusta.
Ayoko na magbaka sakali.
Wala naman akong magagawa,
Naghihintay lang ako sa wala.

Hindi ko alam kung saan ako papunta,
Madilim, madilim sa tinatahak kong walang kasiguraduhan.
Ayoko na, ayoko na mangarap.

Para saan pa ang lahat ng pinaghirapan ko
Wala din palang gatimpala
Para saan pa ang lahat ng ito
Wala namang napala.

Hindi ko alam kung saan ako papunta,
Madilim, madilim sa tinatahak kong walang kasiguraduhan.
Ayoko na, ayoko na mangarap.

Gusto ko nang sumuko
Sa laban ko na akala ko’y may pag-asa
Hinintay ko ang sagot Mo pero nagmukha lang akong tanga
Ayoko magalit, hindi tama.

Ang hiling kong namarka lang sa hangin
Lumipad nang hindi ko man lang namalayan
Akala ko lahat possible Sayo
Pasensya, tao lang ako.

Iparamdam mo sa akin ngayon na mali ako
Iparamdam mo sa akin na sasaya pa ako
Ngayon, hindi bukas
Dahil parang ayoko na

Ayoko na, ayoko na mangarap.

Thursday, October 09, 2008

Komedi: Titles of Sexy Pinoy Films

*nabasa ko lang ulit somewhere..

“Ang Kati ng Higad Mo!”

“Bubudburan Ko ng Niyog ang Mainit Mong Pichi-Pichi!”

“Kapag Gumabi, Bumubuka ang Kabibi!”

“Huwag Mong Ibabad, Isawsaw Mo Lang!”

“Napagod ang Bunganga sa Laki ng Tilapia!”

“Pasalat ng Peklat!”

“Huwag Mo Kamayin Please, Baka Mapanis!”

“Paltos na nung Hinugot!”

Komedi: Grammar

*nabasa ko lang toh somewhere. laftrip! ahahaha!

The following is a letter found at a certain bar in
Manila and has been preserved in its original,unedited form.
Enjoy reading and you may try direct translation in Tagalog.

Pls read with feelings…

To Marjie,

I am not surprise or wander why Dennis leave you. Why? What reason you can think about but you’re very fat body. I thought before that Dennis only use me to his toy but sooner and later I’m realize that he really can’t not beared or stomached to be with you anymore because at first, Dennis say he could not stand you’re habit of making pakialam all his walks [lakad] and always calling to their house what he go home or this or that.

And then he say he get ashame to met iether in school or in his family and then asking you to exercise you’re very very, very fat body. But you hate it. Thoughth your the most preetiest girls he knows about. What do you think you are “Beautiful Girl” of Jose Marie Chan?

Even you are beautiful face (to your think) you do not have the right to called me whatsoever or else different name one time or the other for the real purposed to insults my personality because I’m never call you names ether in the front of Dennis or in the backs of Dennis, but if you start already to calling me different name, I don’t have any other choice but to call you other different name to. Like you are a PIG, FAT, OBESSED, OVERWIGHT, AND UGLY SHAPE girl. Shame to you’re body that is to a BUDING.

You can’t not blame Dennis for exchanging you to me because I am the more sexier than you when you look to us in the mirror.

I’m repeat again that you are like Ike Lozada when she is a girl.

The Sexiest Girl of D.M.

P.S. You say that I’m the bad breathe but who is Dennis want to kissed. Me or you? You or me? And the final is me. There you go.


Heart ispokening

Thursday, August 9th, 2007
We’ ve been friends for a long time ago. We come from the same alma mother. Actually, our paths crossed one time on another. But it’s only now that I gave him a second look. I realized that beauty is in the eyes. The pulpbits of my heart went fast, really fast. Cute pala siya. And then, he came over with me. He said, “I hope you don’t mine. Can I get your number?” Nag-worry ako. What if he doesn’t give it back? He explained naman na it’s so we could keep intact daw. Sabi ko, connect me if i’m wrong but are you asking me ouch? Nabigla siya. Sagot niya, The! Aba! Parang siya pa ang galit! Persona ingrata!!! Ang kapal niya! I cried buckles of tears.

Na-guilty yata siya. Sabi niya, isipin mo na lang na this is a blessing in the sky. Irregardless daw of his feelings, we’ll go ouch na rin. Now, we’re so in love. Mute and epidemic na ang past. Thanks God we swallowed our fried. Kasi, I’m 33 na and I’m running our time. After 2 weeks, he plopped the question. “Will you marriage me?” I’m in a state of shocked. Kasi mantakin mo, when it rains, it’s four! This is true good to be true. So siyempre, I said yes. Love is a many splendor.

Pero nung inaayos ko na ang aming kasal, everything swell to pieces. Nag-di-dinner kami noon nang biglang sa harap ng aming table, may babaeng humirit ng, “Well, well, well. Look do we hav e here.” What the fuss! The nerd ng babaeng yon! She said they were still on. So I told her, whatever is that, cut me some slacks! I didn’t want this to get our hand kaya I had to sip it in the bud. She accused me of steeling her boyfriend. Ats if! I don’t want to portrait the role of the other woman. Gosh, tell me to the marines! I told her, “please, mine you own business!” Who would believe her anyway?

Dahil it’s not my problem anymore but her problem anymore, tumigil na rin siya ng panggugulo. Everything is coming up daisies. I’m so happy. Even my boyfriend said liketwice. He’s so supportive. Sabi niya, “Look at is this way. She’s our of our lives.”

Kaya advise ko sa inyo - take the risk. You can never can tell. Just burn the bridge when you get there. Life is shorts. If you make a mistake, we’ll just pray for the internal and external repose of your soul. I second emotion.

HEADLINE bukas, NGAYON ang broadcast: Global slump to have 'very severe' impact on Pinoys

MANILA, Philippines - Economists warned of a "very severe" impact of the global economic slowdown and the US financial crisis on Filipinos, 27 percent of whom are living below the Asian poverty line and at least 40 million of whom are dependent on remittances from overseas workers.

Still, the economists assured that the Philippines will not fall into a recession, which is technically defined as a negative economic growth posted by an economy for two consecutive quarters.

University of the Philippines economist Raul V Fabella said the country's gross domestic product (GDP) will likely expand within the three-percent level as growth of about four to 4.5 percent "is a hurdle." He added that as a pessimist, he sees the economy growing by only 3.5 percent next year.

With growth still possible, albeit at a much slower pace, Fabella said a depression is also unlikely.

"But it doesn't mean the suffering will be less steep. The pain will probably be, especially because of income distribution, very severe," Fabella said during a forum organized by the Action for Economic Reforms and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, a non-profit German group which promotes social democracy.

Fabella said the impact of the crisis would be more felt by the Philippines' 25.4 million population living below poverty line, as well as the families of overseas Filipinos who are dependent on remittances. According to central bank estimates, almost half of the country's 90 million population benefit from remittances sent by over eight million Filipinos working abroad.

Filomeno Sta. Ana, coordinator of Action for Economic Reforms, said the global economic slowdown may result in a drop in exports which could lead in company shutdowns and the loss of jobs here.

"It will be severe for families with low income and the poor because jobs are being destroyed and families are receiving less income," Sta. Ana said.

Former Finance Secretary Ernest Leung said the slowdown could also lead to job cuts abroad.Leung, who used to be president of the Philippine Stock Exchange and executive director of the Philippine Deposit Insurance Corp., is now with the Foundation for Economic Freedom.

"We may see the dislocation of our Filipino expatriates. Some may be laid off and some of these are sources of remittances," Leung said. - GMANews.TV