Lakas ng ulan kagabi sa QC. Halos bumaha na. Pagdating ko ng Makati… Tuyo:/

Knock knock

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I always marvel at the humans’ ability to keep going. They always manage to stagger on even with tears streaming down their faces.

Markus Zusak, The Book Thief (via dixtinctlynot)

(Source: melancholicmilkshake)

(Source: positivedoodles)

One day, whether you
are 14,
28 
or 65

you will stumble upon
someone who will start
a fire in you that cannot die.

However, the saddest,
most awful truth
you will ever come to find––

is they are not always
with whom we spend our lives.

Beau Taplin, "The Awful Truth" (via bl-ossomed)

(Source: afadthatlastsforever)

antisepticbandaid:

I wish there was an app or a game where you could take care of a mini you like a tamagatchi

antisepticbandaid:

I wish there was an app or a game where you could take care of a mini you like a tamagatchi

Let me make this clear: I ABSOLUTELY DISLIKE KPOP. I usually keep quiet about my opinions about it to avoid offending friends who are hardcore fans. Listing down the reasons might earn me some hate messages, but here are some keywords: Fake. Shallow. Clones. Annoying. Trying hard. Superficial.

…UNTIL I SAW THIS.

A misspelled word accidentally brought me to this video while searching on YouTube three hours ago. Since then, I’ve been searching and watching their videos even if I’m already losing precious sleep time.

I still hate Kpop, and I’m sure that I will still cringe the next time I hear any song from that genre… But I’ve got an exception now. I THINK 2NE1 JUST WON MY HEART.

More good music coming our way :)

More good music coming our way :)

It was my first time at Greenfield District&#8217;s Central Park last Saturday (Mayacccc, and I was not disappointed :) Apparently, every Saturday from afternoon to midnight, stalls are put up and aside from the usual food, dessert, and drinks for sale, there are also artists who sell their paintings, crafts, and many other things. The best thing is the grassy area in the middle where you can sit and listen to the live band without paying for the space you are taking up. Nowadays it&#8217;s getting more difficult to find a nice place in the city to just sit and do nothing. It&#8217;s either you pay for whatever food or drink the owner is selling, or the place had become so polluted and populated, you wouldn&#8217;t even think of sitting there for five minutes.
I was also told that a different genre of music is being played every week. It was Reggae night last Saturday, so I&#8217;d like to think that it was a bonus for a first-time visitor like me :)

It was my first time at Greenfield District’s Central Park last Saturday (Mayacccc, and I was not disappointed :) Apparently, every Saturday from afternoon to midnight, stalls are put up and aside from the usual food, dessert, and drinks for sale, there are also artists who sell their paintings, crafts, and many other things. The best thing is the grassy area in the middle where you can sit and listen to the live band without paying for the space you are taking up. Nowadays it’s getting more difficult to find a nice place in the city to just sit and do nothing. It’s either you pay for whatever food or drink the owner is selling, or the place had become so polluted and populated, you wouldn’t even think of sitting there for five minutes.

I was also told that a different genre of music is being played every week. It was Reggae night last Saturday, so I’d like to think that it was a bonus for a first-time visitor like me :)

Mid-twenties: Accepting the fact that a night of Pictionary with the promise of food, wine, and sleep afterwards is preferable than a night of going out to party… Because honestly, we’re older, we have less energy, we’re starting to hate noise, spending excessive money for just one night is unacceptable, and frankly, who doesn’t want to sleep?

Mid-twenties: Accepting the fact that a night of Pictionary with the promise of food, wine, and sleep afterwards is preferable than a night of going out to party… Because honestly, we’re older, we have less energy, we’re starting to hate noise, spending excessive money for just one night is unacceptable, and frankly, who doesn’t want to sleep?