After a night full of booze and you're still alive and kickin' and the sun's smiling at you while you're walking home, you just can't help but think about things that make you feel alive.
Listening to this song just makes me shed a tear of happiness. Hey Fatima, how could you pull the exact words out of my mouth?
For the one that makes the whole course of this summer 2012 awesome, Hey. I say Hey. :)
You shouldn't hesitate 'bout my feelings for you I've proven so many times and different ways to you I hope somewhere deep inside you know that I love you 'Cause whenever you come walkin' my way
I said hey, hey yeah I love you till the morning comes I said hey, hey yeah I'll kiss you till the morning shine
Now is not the right time to get serious Now is not the right time, now is not the right time I dont wanna seem mysterious Give me time, in time i'll be I'll set myself free But whenever you come, walkin my way
I said hey, hey yeah I love you till the morning comes I said hey, hey yeah I'll kiss you in the morning sun
Love you more than words can say Love you more than anyway, oh oh The love we share is oh so strong I know that we both belong But whenever you come Walkin' my way I said hey, hey yeah I love you till the morning comes I said hey, hey yeah I'll kiss you till the morning shine
Who says getting an NBI will take you forever? Nah, that was so 2007. Gone were the days that you would look wet, messy and filthy in your NBI Clearance because of all the turmoil you'd gone to. Say Hello to this quick and easy way. In an hour or less, you would have your papers furnished. No additional fees to pay, baby!
Say hello to Robinson's Otis
All you have to do is get to this place, the heaven of all heavens.
I know 3 ways to get this place:
1. Go to SM Manila and ride a bus going to Pandacan. Ask the driver to take you to Rob Otis
2. Go to U.N. Avenue and just ride a motor cab. That's 10 pesos.
3. If you're that rich, ride a cab
Once in this building, proceed to the 2nd floor and walk to the end of the hallway. You'd have to fill out the form first, pay P115.00 to the cashier, have your information encoded on their computers, have a picture taken together with your biometrics and la-la-laaa! Done!
Please don't forget to bring a valid I.D. because they require it prior to encoding of your info. No I.D.? Your Birth Certificate will do. No renewals baby. All applicants are treated as new.
I suggest you go there during the times they're not busy, so forget Mondays and Fridays. If you're going to be early, be extra early. And if late, extra late. Not too many applicants go to this place because it's really not a famous store.
And there you have it. You just had your NBI Clearanace with you being easy, breezy, beautiful! Just don't forget to say "Thank you, Marv" :)
I just want to thank you for the occasional stares you're giving me, be it intentional or unintentional. And because we never talk to each other, I will never know what's the real score behind those stares.
You had me with those eyes. Thanks for the kilig. :)
In the age when iPhone is the funniest (I meant fun in the context of enjoying) and the most powerful phone, I choose to be a little different. And I present to you my dream, my baby, the not so new BlackBerry Curve 9360
And when I finally get you, I will always hold you in my palm. :)
This phone got this very impressive aesthetics that made me sleepless over the past few weeks. It's just so sexy, I could ask it to be my girlfriend! :D
Yes it is not as regal as the too pricey Bold phones from BlackBerry but hey, hasn't anyone told you that beauty is subjective? And in my eyes, this phone is the winner. I've heard and seen lots of pros about this phone: the autofocus 5 megapixel camera, fast 3G speed, almost retina display, fast processor and all that. The only bad thing I've learned is that its battery is kinda weak. Oh well. I bet they haven't discovered BlackBerry 7.1 OS just yet which made the phone's life significantly longer.
I just can't wait until Monday when I'll have the moolah to buy this precious piece of metal. :)
If you are reading this and you don't have a passport, you might as well get your a** up and apply for one because 1) It's a valid ID. You'll need a valid ID to get into establishments, apply for a new bank account, get your back pay, etc.; 2) Hey, no passport, no exit to the Philippines, baby! So the bottomline here is I was just trying my best to be helpful. :)
Getting a passport is as easy as 1, 2, 3... seriously. I had mine scheduled last April 3rd at 7:30 am and finished around 8:30 pm. Hassle-free it is yeah. Plus I get the chance to enjoy my favorite radio show while just waiting for my turn to have my info encoded in their PCs.
So here's what you're gonna do first, dummy. :)
FIRST. Go to this site > http://passport.com.ph/set-appointment. Enter the captcha word you see on the box below so the link for downloading the form would appear, and then you'll proceed with the application. You'll have to choose the date and time you'd wanna be present on the appointment. Please be reminded that you have to be there 30 MINUTES before your appointment time. I suggest you choose 7:30 AM. The monsters are still asleep then and there'll be no line of cranky applicants. Haha.
2ND. Prepare the necessary papers. Your application form printed on a LONG bond paper, your Original NSO Birth Certificate (and when I say original, it has to be original. Contact your local NSO office to get one), and your supporting documents like valid IDs (SSS, TIN), Form 137 for students, or even your NBI clearance.
NEXT. Appear on your scheduled appointment at the Department of Foreign Affairs office at DFA Consular Office: ASEANA Business Park, Bradco Avenue corner Macapagal Boulevard, Paranaque City. Here's a map:
Click the picture for a larger, better view. :)
Go to gate 2 (I call this the heaven's gate. Gosh. Walang pila!). The guard's will just check your bags with a smile and then ask the officers to confirm your appointment with them. And then you'll enter door 1. Just go to whatever window's available. They're just going to evaluate your papers and give you your receipt. Here's deciding time: if you want your passport be ready in 15 days, just choose Regular. It's P950.00. If you want it express which is ready in just 7 days, choose Express. You'll pay P1,200.00 for that.
THEN. Go to the 2nd floor and find the Cashier's window. You'll have to pay the price of what you chose earlier (haha) and after paying comes step 3. Ask for a queue number from that cute guy on the right. Check out the TV which shows your queue number and what station you should go to. There are like 70+ stations that encode info. Once it's your turn, just proceed to the indicated station. ALERT BABY! You have to be fresh, oil-free and pretty. They'll take your picture! :D
FOURTHLY, Just present your papers to the encoder and they'll do just everything for you. You would just have to double check if the infor they're entering their PCs are correct. After that, look at the cam, you may smile but without showing your teeth and poof. That's just it. Your passport's now on the process of completion!
OPTIONAL: You may want to have your passport be delivered to your doorstep for just a fee of P120.00. There's a table just behind the encoder stations that does all that delivery. I suggest take it baby. :)
After all that, just get out of DFA with a smile because you're still as fierce, fresh and lovely as you entered the building. Congrats baby, you're going places now. I'm so proud of you.